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(WorldNetDaily)   In Soviet America, banks rob YOU   (wnd.com) divider line 3
    More: Unlikely, Americans, medium-sized business  
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1665 clicks; posted to Politics » on 28 Sep 2013 at 11:14 AM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-09-28 01:03:45 PM  
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Even in the unlikely event this happens, I'm sure our lawmakers will distribute the pain equitably,  Only people with money in retail banks would be affected.  Investment banks would be exempt I'm sure.

No worries farkers.
2013-09-28 11:37:04 AM  
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Close to the same interest rate and no fees.
2013-09-28 10:33:12 AM  
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nekom: Here's the thing about gold:  If you really think society is about to break down, the entire economy collapsing, dogs and cats living together, etc.  Of what use is gold?  You can't eat it, you can't get farked up on it, and let's face the facts here, in an apocalypse you are going to want to get farked up.  Invest in whiskey.


It is one of the things the Fark Militia gets right. Their toys will have a lot of value in any dystopian future.

Maybe that's why so many of them are clamoring for just such a future.

I've said too much.
 
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