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Desc:Money nerd explains why the economy is getting destroyed.
Category:Educational, News & Politics
Tags:banks, economy, cdo, ecconomics, champaign
Submitted:Killer Joe
Date:10/06/08
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Comment count is 8
zatojones
-1 for the "joke" end
Subfuscious
-1 for the joke, but +1 for drawing an extra "leg" on the first fund manager.
TeenerTot
the sad part is that this is the best explanation I've heard for this stuff.
Camonk
Thanks for explaining the economic causes for me wanting to drink myself unconscious every night! -1 for making fun of that.

No I'm kidding. -1 because he's foreign.
baleen

+1 for stickshlong
+1 for sideburns
-2 for being who he is
-1 because I can smell him
+1 saving throw vs. poison
meamlegion
as long as a cheerful Irishman is explaining bad news to me using a booze metaphor, I feel much better about this disaster.
chumbucket
so let me get this straight: the foundation of the US economy rests on the success of the HOUSING MARKET? Who's kooky idea was that?
TheQuakeSoldier
Well, the biggest expense I have each month is my mortgage payment, as I'd expect is the case for millions of others as well. Seeing as how house payments are such a huge part of people's lives, I'd expect a meltdown in that sector to have a larger effect on the financial system than any other particular sector (cars, electronics, tourism, whatever).

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