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posted by Kwantsar (22 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

 
I hope you're not counting on that $30. :)
posted by bim at 7:14 PM on August 1, 2006


That is very reminiscent of what I call The Worst Introduction to Macroeconomics Lecture of All Time, disregarding the joke slides, of course.
posted by muddgirl at 7:25 PM on August 1, 2006


I like the topsite! And the Men in Green spoof.
posted by fenriq at 7:26 PM on August 1, 2006


RETARDED!!!!!!!!!!11
posted by c:\awesome at 7:28 PM on August 1, 2006


I liked the Men in Green. Thanks Kwanstar. Just when I got tired of staring at the chart of the inflation of the money supply I get a whole page of worry!
posted by ryoshu at 7:29 PM on August 1, 2006




Thanks Kwantsar.

A lot of these are cut and pasted from Wall Street research reports. I recognize quite a few in the format of my former employer and a few other banks. The raw data doesn't usually come from the banks, but the presentation of it does. Anyway, I bookmarked it and it'll probably come in handy somehow. But it's certainly not the place to go to for any sort of context behind the data.
posted by mullacc at 7:49 PM on August 1, 2006


A quick scan makes me shiver ... shall we watch everything sweep off the chart at once? Yeah, gotta bookmark this. Thanks!
posted by Surfurrus at 8:06 PM on August 1, 2006


Needs more charts.
posted by jonson at 8:48 PM on August 1, 2006 [1 favorite]


Clearstation
posted by Pastabagel at 9:05 PM on August 1, 2006


???
I don't understand anything on that page, not even the non-charts.
posted by easternblot at 9:58 PM on August 1, 2006


More charts.
posted by pwb503 at 10:15 PM on August 1, 2006


it's time to confess ... i am actually john titor, traveller from the future ... i have much to tell you, but first, let me buy you a cup of coffee ...



i hope that's enough

(in other words, i don't like the looks of these charts)
posted by pyramid termite at 10:45 PM on August 1, 2006


This one interests me most:




$250B as a % of GDP may not be much (3%), but from my naive understanding of the velocity of money that $250B pinged around to approx $1T of economic activity, so it's really a lot of juice.

As a quasi-Georgist, about half these charts have me chanting: "single tax! single tax! single tax!".
posted by Heywood Mogroot at 10:58 PM on August 1, 2006



posted by weapons-grade pandemonium at 12:01 AM on August 2, 2006 [1 favorite]


l0l, 0u4 3c0n0my is f4nny! Post more pictures!
posted by ryoshu at 12:52 AM on August 2, 2006


But it's certainly not the place to go to for any sort of context behind the data.

You're kidding! And here I thought Kwantsar was trying to provide a complete economic education with this post! I want my money back!!
posted by languagehat at 5:40 AM on August 2, 2006


One of my most-often used Simpsons quotes is this one from Lisa: "I make a lot of graphs."

Unrelated: an also often-used quote, from Nelson: "On the plus side, we knocked over the Sun Sphere".
posted by neuron at 12:53 PM on August 2, 2006


Thanks for this, Q, and also to ZenMaster!
posted by storybored at 3:27 PM on August 2, 2006


Q? Hu he?
posted by languagehat at 3:54 PM on August 2, 2006


Q he Qwantsar! Sry about that...
posted by storybored at 8:18 PM on August 8, 2006


i thot u'd nevr ansr...
posted by languagehat at 5:30 AM on August 9, 2006


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