It's on Baby...
August 17, 2006 3:57 AM   Subscribe

This post was deleted for the following reason: axe grindy wordy newsfilter. take it down a notch, uu

Imagine a moon-unit, millions of ARM's
marching in lock step off of a cliff.
Welcome to the so-called free market.
The used car biz will be a real Hummer.

The look on his face is priceless....

"Currently, there are 9,000 banks in
the United States," he said, "But that
number is expected to fall to half that
number within five years."

Can you spell F-D-I-C?

I know, I know, I'm sorry, but what does this have to do with Jon Benet right?
posted by Unregistered User at 3:58 AM on August 17, 2006

I need to see that booklet; I hope "ragpicking" at thrift stores is in there. You can get some incredible deals -- would you believe $2.99 for a navy gabardine blazer that had absolutely nothing wrong with it? -- and usually those places are run by and for charities, so it's not like you're subsiziding the Man, either.
posted by pax digita at 4:25 AM on August 17, 2006

So let me get this straight. What you've given us here is not just a single link newsfilter post... it's an 85 word single link newsfilter post.

While what this company suggests is utterly stupid, this post is more so. Flagged.
posted by Second Account For Making Jokey Comments at 4:35 AM on August 17, 2006

Oh, I guess I could have posted, something from boing boing, or splodinvark's or dig or...

Having just peeled my aging body out of the bed, minus coffee in bleary eyed stupor, to go to my secound job in our YoYo Bush economy, I posted what I thought a community would discuss. However, if It is not, flag away or discuss, that is entirely your prerogative Mr. Second Account For Making Jokey Comments.
posted by Unregistered User at 4:51 AM on August 17, 2006

Remember kids, It's Bernanke's world you just live in it...
(Soon to followed by a deluge of tv ads from Grover Norquist and friends of course...)
posted by Unregistered User at 4:53 AM on August 17, 2006

One can also get a free meal at the local soup kitchen, if one gets there early enough. I'm surprised they missed that. You can save yourself a lot of money, you know.
posted by c13 at 5:06 AM on August 17, 2006

Weeeelllll, anyone who's ever been a poor student can attest that one can have a pretty good quality of life living off America's toss outs.
posted by Skwirl at 5:06 AM on August 17, 2006

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