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12/16/2010

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Morocco Bama

A bucket? More like strap on a pair of "Oops, I Crapped My Pants" when you're reading Paula Reynolds' comments.

http://www.hulu.com/watch/10308/saturday-night-live-oops-i-crapped-my-pants

This part made me crap my pants, I laughed so hard.

"""I honestly think people are tired of the recession," said Paula Reynolds, 56, a photographer who was holiday shopping at Towson on a recent afternoon. "I think people are ready to move on, but I think they're being cautious."""

First of all, who are the "people" to whom she refers? She's so self-absorbed, and so isolated and sheltered in her privileged little world, that she believes the people with whom she interacts and cavorts every day, are the only people in this country, or on this planet. She speaks as though the "recession" is purely a voluntary strategy....a mere state of mind. Sorry, I can only laugh at that because I prefer it to crying...or vomiting.

Bill Hicks

That Paula Reynolds sounds like she has almost the exact same mindset as my sister-in-law...at least until SIL got financially smacked down when her credit card companies raised interest charges on her when she owed $100,000 last year. She's stll getting by because she has a good job, but she'd be the one buying that Coach bag right now if she were still able.

Most people still do not get it and they won't get it until it smacks them upside the head.

John D

The best analogy I've heard yet is Joe Scarborough on MSNBC calling the recently passed tax cuts a 'sugar high' for the economy.

Morocco Bama

More Kabuki Theater, but I like the content and message, so I won't throw the baby out with the bath water.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqQn1_x5C3I

It's safe to say that the majority of the buffoons who listen to these maggots aren't in the same tax bracket, and yet.....

Morocco Bama

Yeah, good one, Scarborough, but I'm sure you won't eschew your take, will you? Too bad his bludgeoned to death intern, Lori Klausutis, never had the chance for some of those goodies from Uncle Samta.

Gail

Default!

http://www.businessinsider.com/jeff-gundlachs-complete-guide-to-the-inevitable-american-default-2010-7#

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