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Wounded Bear

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6. Thanks...
Fri May 16, 2014, 12:02 PM
May 2014

It's one I've played with in my mind for quite a while. That's probably the first time I've committed it to print.

I think one of the big problems is that the 1% tend to think they are immune to the difficulties that come with the "small" economic model you've described. They don't feel any pain until it is entirely unmanageable.

The Dirty Secret of a Great Economy [View all] ProfessorPlum May 2014 OP
When we started to value capital over labor was the starting point. CrispyQ May 2014 #1
Thanks! ProfessorPlum May 2014 #4
I fear you are right about the US drifting toward #2... Wounded Bear May 2014 #5
A simplified, but accurate description IMHO... Wounded Bear May 2014 #2
That's a brilliant analogy ProfessorPlum May 2014 #3
Thanks... Wounded Bear May 2014 #6
Kick... Wounded Bear May 2014 #7
Take a peek at the same thread on the new site: CrispyQ May 2014 #8
And thanks for the idea ProfessorPlum May 2014 #9
Self-kick ProfessorPlum May 2014 #10
K&R nt laundry_queen May 2014 #11
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