TIMES UP...CHECK MATE.............is everyone prepared...seatbelts ongreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
The worlds financial system is bankrupt and prepare for a monetary collapse. Think I'm crazy think again. The first storm is about to unfold this week and we should reach the eye of it by 04-2000. Watch the financial markets and the smell of blood pouring out of wallstreet. The patches that they used over the last 2 years are not going to hold.
-- BIG TRADER (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2000
No way do you get off that easy, heh. How bout deadlines (windows even) with specific predictions...
-- Hokie (Hokie_@hotmail.com), January 18, 2000.
Go back on your meds...
Everything is going to be *airry* , as they say in ths Islands..
-- ~~~~ (Losing it @ Lost it .com), January 18, 2000.
Just came out of my "hidey hole" to dump the five gallon toilet bucket, and check this forum for any really BIG news. WOW!!! THIS IS BIG NEWS!!! Documented with the same academic, journalistic evidence we've come to expect from "professionals" like JC, LadyLogic, Y2KPro. What company you keep! (Hope I make it back to my "hole" in time - wouldn't want to be caught out in the "open").
-- Phil Erup (email@example.com), January 18, 2000.
Yeah, this might be the time. However, if you are posting an opinion, SAY SO. If not, produce your rationale and underlying statistics.
-- Lobo (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 19, 2000.
Ya and its goint to be TEOTWAWKI on Feb.29/00. Hey you might as well just try to predict the return of JC while your at it (And I bet you'd have better rational)
-- Invest (email@example.com), January 19, 2000.
Always a possibility but what information do you specifically have for us? Is there some murmer happening that you could please share with us? Thanks for any and all help.
-- Squid (ItsDark@down.here), January 19, 2000.
More specifically, it has been patches, bandaids and bubble gum for around 29 years, that is after we went off the gold standard in 1971. The economy based on debt was not supposed to last longer than 5 years. This boom (with the exception of a few blips on the screen like '87) is unprecedented in our entire economic history.
TPTB have become adept at cooking the numbers, plunge protecting culminating in infinite levels of manipulation. Seems like they have it down pat, after all this time.
With this in mind, what exactly is going to bring the house tumbling down at this stage of the game? Please don't tell me they're getting tired of it all.
-- OR (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 19, 2000.