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When Infinite Inflation Isn't Enough

Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 8:20 AM
I can remember when I could go into a McDonalds and get a big mac, fries and a soda for $1. Now that's $6+ for the same thing. Soon it will be $10. If they don't stop printing money soon it will be $100. This is exactly what they did in Germany in the 1930's. And they ended up with a loaf of bread costing millions of marks.
Chris3668 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 5:46 AM
A Large economy pack of 80-20 of hamburger used to cost me around 11.00 at Walmart. Now it costs 18. Shades of Pre War Germany are coming.
Curtis104 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:13 PM
I heard a story about that one (coming soon to country, or Calif. near you) how a German woman took her wheel barrow to the bakery (full of money) to buy some bread. She couldn't get it through the door of the bakery, so, she left it outside the bakery and went in! She informed the baker she couldn't get it through the door, that she needed help! So, they went outside to retrieve the wheel barrow only to find that a thief had stolen the wheel barrow, the money, he left behind! Ah, yes, the good old days!
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 12:43 PM
And all along they blamed the "market" and / or "the jews". That, too, is coming, I believe.

If no one seems to care that the Titanic is filling with water, why not drill another hole in it? That seems to be the M.O. of the Bernanke Federal Reserve. After the announcement of QE3 (also dubbed "QE Infinity") created yet another round of media chatter about a recovery, the Fed's Open Market Committee has decided to push infinity a little bit further. The latest move involves the rolling over of long-term Treasuries purchased as part of Operation Twist, thereby more than doubling QE3 to a monthly influx of $85 billion in phony money starting in...

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