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My bold prediction for this decade
By ¥  77 comments, latest 1 year ago:
toothfairy says HousingWatcher says There does come a point in which people who think home prices are going to keep declining become just as delusional as those who thought home prices would keep appreciating. people...

Dr Paul's Stunning Showing in Colorado
By ¥  1 comment, latest 3 years ago:
thomas.wong1986 says Bellingham Bill says What a bizarre party. Suggest you try visiting the middle part of the country one day.

Nevada caucuses: Ron Paul underwhelms
By ¥  2 comments, latest 3 years ago:
~30,000 votes total. yet this was a 'massive win' for Romney. (eyeroll) He might get 14 delegates out of it, 8 more than the G-man. still over 1000 delegates away from getting the nomination, LOL....

November Case-Shiller SF
By ¥  8 comments, latest 3 years ago:
clambo says Bullshit, they're still going down everywhere *except* in a few spots. There is a giant shadow inventory, there are zillions of foreclosures, and more foreclosures coming. The foreclosures have been steadily increasing for...

Jobless Chart
By ¥  1 comment, latest 3 years ago:
Anyone over the age of 36 without work now has worked their last job. At the last, they'll be chewing on the skulls of the slower and more disabled workers from the dotbombocalypse.

Semi-Interesting FRED Graph
By ¥  3 comments, latest 3 years ago:
elliemae says s there a graph that shows how much has been paid into the fund overall, versus the amounts paid out to retirees? http://www.ssa.gov/oact/ProgDa

$100B HSR
By ¥  11 comments, latest 3 years ago:
We could have bullet trains and subways, if the politicians didn't spend so much time selling a load of bullshit along with it. We should have $1.00 gas, juicing an economy that could then be...

Random Observation
By ¥  4 comments, latest 3 years ago:
Bellingham Bill says While the physical wealth we need to live and enjoy ourselves -- food, air, water, the myriad of consumer products, the infrastructure we use, and the major private capital investments in transportation...

What the Iraq War was (mostly) about
By ¥  1 comment, latest 3 years ago:
Bellingham Bill says Privatize the profits, socialize the risks Yep. So are the financial derivatives also. The country is getting humped in all directions. As the genius says, 'The public sucks. F**k hope'.

Interesting Facts from Fukushima
By ¥  174 comments, latest 3 years ago:
American in Japan says If you can believe them... http://www.japantoday.com/cate

Conforming Limits might be extended. . .
By ¥  24 comments, latest 3 years ago:
JG1 says But not top 20th income in these markets, only on a nationwide basis, which is my whole point. These markets are more costly to live in, dollars don't stretch as far, or buy...

What the Debt Limit is about
By ¥  7 comments, latest 3 years ago:
CBO is a poor calculator. It's garbage in, garbage out. It's a computer program. It cannot consider factors you do not punch as the input. Don't use it. Ever. Printing won't resolve the issue either....

Anybody got a spare million?
By ¥  2 comments, latest 3 years ago:
It's beautiful!

Back when Ben Stein wasn't a hack
By ¥  posted 3 years ago:
http://www.nytimes.com/1984/12

Consumer Inflation Report
By ¥  4 comments, latest 3 years ago:
Well, if you want to be more adventurous take a look here: http://chowhound.chow.com/topi and if you want to be downright silly, take a look here: http://nedhardy.com/2011/03/30

So much for moving up to Canada maybe . . .
By ¥  11 comments, latest 3 years ago:
shrekgrinch says If only we could hack the MLSs and change the phrase ‘listing price’ to ‘wishing price’ so the Realtards would be forced into truthful advertising. Agreed!

Wages Fail to Keep Pace with Price Hikes
By ¥  2 comments, latest 4 years ago:
In the past three months, consumer prices have been rising at a 5.7 percent annual rate I'm amused by journalists that extrapolate noise into a trend without giving context: Never mind the more steady...

Japan As #3
By ¥  24 comments, latest 4 years ago:
¥ says ^ What a load of crap. The trend is down & out for the US. We've made trillions in promises (unfunded liabilities) that our taxes can't cash. I'm all for raising taxes to...

Anybody like pancakes?
By ¥  3 comments, latest 4 years ago:
In 2000 the conforming limit was $250,000, which was useless for the bay area. By 2007 this had inflated to $417,000. In 2008 they knew the game was up so they added the $730,000 level...

Another Graph -- Market Value / GDP
By ¥  5 comments, latest 4 years ago:
Well his bankruptcy law firm websites are still up. Maybe they are swamped with a surge of new (doubledip) clients.

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