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LotsaLbs2Lose LotsaLbs2Lose
Tue, Sep 25, 2012 20:09
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IN THE NEWS Quantitative Easing is Banker lingo for....
Devaluing the dollar.

I figured the watercooler is the place for this, and indirectly about weight loss...

It's all going to cause not just another recession, call it a major depression.

Losing weight is going to be easy soon, I won't be able to afford food-or anything else.

freakfreeloader freakfreeloader
Edmonton AB
Fri, Oct 5, 2012 10:10
I'm lucky where I live we didn't have any recession and the stock market crash had no effect other than our pockets were a little lighter. Alberta is the best place to live in this unstable economy.

donnasim donnasim
Baton Rouge LA
Sun, Oct 7, 2012 10:10
I'm with you CutCarbs12----dollar is practically worth "0" especially if they start printing more money! I really have to watch what's on my grocery list especially since my hubby is disabled! I buys lots of generics---

LotsaLbs2Lose LotsaLbs2Lose
Wed, Oct 10, 2012 16:10
The problem is, it's all propped up.
The people (the news media) is lying about things improving. They will only be getting worse. (I am such a downer eh? lol!) Seriously, almost every currency is being devalued, and printing more is not going to help anyone but too big to fail bank institutions. Time for everyone to hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.

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