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That's a stunning revelation. OMG! :fighting0030:



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There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom brought about by credit expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as the result of a voluntary abandonment of further credit expansion, or later as a final and total catastrophe of the currency system involved. - Ludwig von Mises

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That is one amazing BMW.

I wonder how high gas prices need to go before diesels become popular over here.

Most of us lived through the bad old diesel days of the late 1970's ... slow, noisy, dirty,

unreliable diesels bases on gasoline engines.

They've come a long way.

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Its all hype. Now, put each in a collision with 5 passengers each and see which fares better, that is what I want to see.

Has anyone tried to buy bread, pizza, bagels lately? I have been told by about 4 shops that FLOUR has risen from $20 per 50 pound bag to $50 per 50 pound bag. The other day it cost me over $6.00 to buy two slices of pizza and a coke and $3.00 for a loaf of Italian bread.

Why? because our farmers STOPPED growing WHEAT to start growing CORN for Ethanol, gotta love our law makers for being short sighted. For decades we sent wheat to Russia now we have shortages BECAUSE OF FUEL!

Someone in Washington needs to wake up, our FUEL needs are killing us on many fronts.

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We are experiencing a rude awakening and it's called INFLATION. As a result, we are are seeing the loss of our spending power because wages are not keeping up even close to inflation. Fuel prices keep going up partly due to the decreasing purchasing power of the dollar.

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