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Coffee company uses picture of Hitlers face on novelty milk lids
By zzyzzx in PureFun in Baltimore MD 21230   posted 5 seconds ago:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/new A Swiss coffee company has been forced to withdraw novelty milk lids featuring the image of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler after they were spotted by German businessmen in a city centre cafe. Lids showing...

Middle Class Wealth Gone!
By Vicente in Economics in Davis CA 95616   96 comments, latest 4 minutes ago:
iwog says tr6 says No, it does not. Bond has to pay annual interest which adds up even at 4% for a 30 year treasury. On the other hand the money that's taken in as...

Cronyism from the left going to Hollywood
By indigenous in Politics   27 comments, latest 4 minutes ago:
indigenous says mell says We can argue some of the points, but that is utter nonsense. Diversified portfolios and hokey religions are no match for a good amount of CDS blowing up at your side...

Stunning Siphonophore
By Dan8267 in SciTech in Boca Raton FL 33433   16 comments, latest 6 minutes ago:
Call it Crazy says bob2356 says CIC doesn't resort to personal attacks? This is a joke, isn't it? Coming from a guy who's EVERY post he makes here is an attack?? That's funny... Here's your...

My Wife Gave Me $10,000,000 For My Birthday!
By ohomen171 in Misc in Pacifica CA 94044   3 comments, latest 7 minutes ago:
zzyzzx says She could have gotten you 100 Trillion instead:

How about a Clinton Warren ticket
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   45 comments, latest 17 minutes ago:
Call it Crazy says sbh says bob2356 says SBH you are giving far more credit than is due to CIC. I know. I toned it down just as a courtesy. Never let it be said...

Human Rights Alert: Hong Kong Demonstrators Horribly Tortured!
By Blurtman in Misc   posted 18 minutes ago:

Hmmm... Looks Like There Were WMD in Iraq After All!!
By Call it Crazy in Politics   83 comments, latest 32 minutes ago:
The Professor says socal2 says 9/11 troofers. Are you one of those idiot sock puppets that believe office furnishing fire can make steel framed buildings collapse?

Awesome AP Reporter Matt Lee : Some hits
By thunderlips11 in Misc   4 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
Blurtman says Good stuff! But think back before Youtube and the internet. It would be rare for the average citizen to see these types of exchanges. Now multiply that by the infinity of all that...

The "Canadian way" of responding to terrorists
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   10 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
HydroCABRON not hydrocarbon says Yawn.

Regulators capitulate to lending industry lobbyists
By golfplan18 in RealEstate in Irvine CA 92620   1 comment, latest 1 hour ago:
APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says Just throw the fucking shit out the windows to ASSHOLES! waiting on the sidewalk below.

It's not the fed
By iwog in Economics in Lafayette CA 94549   168 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
darlag says iwog says I would like to point out that NONE of the predictions made by the fed cult have come true. Yet.

It Will Take 398,879,561 Years To Pay Off The US Government's Debt
By mell in Politics in San Francisco CA 94116   4 comments, latest 2 hours ago:
HydroCABRON not hydrocarbon says It is clear that we need to eliminate the Secret Service, further slash budgets for embassy security and end all pension payments, both military and civilian, while massively boosting subsidies for...

Silicon Valley VC confidence declines
By tvgnus in Economics   1 comment, latest 2 hours ago:
Rin says Silicon Valley should end. I see no reason for ppl to move to an area where 1) Rent is equal to NYC 2) Ppl only socialize with their co-workers and no one else...

Foreclosure rates plunge in California
By tvgnus in RealEstate   posted 2 hours ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Central Valley rates drop in all metros •  Delinquency rates also on the decline Once the epicenter of the nations housing collapse that helped trigger the Great Recession, Californias Central Valley is now seeing...

3% down mortgages now available again
By tovarichpeter in RealEstate in South San Francisco CA 94080   11 comments, latest 2 hours ago:
mmmarvel says Quigley says But they'll require the buyers to carry PMI Assuming we are talking a FHA loan, the PMI is for the life of the loan. Not that they couldn't refi down the...

U.S. Loosens Reins, but Mortgage Lenders Want More Slack
By BayAreaObserver in RealEstate   posted 3 hours ago:
In this case, the lucky lenders are mortgage bankers, who for months had pressed federal agencies to loosen regulations on the home loan market. The regulators, eager to increase the flow of housing credit, seemed...

15% of homes still seriously underwater
By BayAreaObserver in RealEstate   posted 3 hours ago:
According to a report released Thursday by RealtyTrac, 15% of U.S. properties (representing 8.1 million properties) with a mortgage are seriously underwater — meaning the homeowner owes at least 25% more than the estimated market...

Some U.S. hospitals weigh withholding care to Ebola patients
By BayAreaObserver in Healthcare   posted 3 hours ago:
(Reuters) - The Ebola crisis is forcing the American healthcare system to consider the previously unthinkable: withholding some medical interventions because they are too dangerous to doctors and nurses and unlikely to help a patient....

QE 101 tatupu: How Quantitative Easing Contributed to the Nations Inequality
By gsr in Economics in Issaquah WA 98075   8 comments, latest 5 hours ago:
bob2356 says gsr says justme says Contributed to the Nations Inequalty Problem, I think the headline should say. There has been a lot of arguments on this forum on this. Some people claim they don't...

Regulators capitulate to lending industry lobbyists

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