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    Last grocery trip I was kinda shocked $$$ at their Holiday family packs of steaks.
    Majority of us peasants were buying pork & chickens.
    Won't surprise me if cattle rustling makes a comeback lol.
    1835 Andrew Jackson had US debt at ZERO $0
    175 YEARS later .......
    2008 Owebama started at $10 TRILLION, left 2016 at $20 TRILLION
    So from 2008 - 2021 (13 years) added $20 TRILLION

    https://youtu.be/1kuTG19Cu_Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Chaparral View Post
    Last grocery trip I was kinda shocked $$$ at their Holiday family packs of steaks.
    Majority of us peasants were buying pork & chickens.
    Won't surprise me if cattle rustling makes a comeback lol.
    Not a week goes by when I don't see a deer laying along the road. And I don't drive that much. Saw one last week just about a 1/4 mile away. Maybe start carrying my battery powered saw to hack off a leg or whatnot?
    Last edited by redraspberry; 12-22-2022 at 03:26 PM.
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    Economists are up to 7/10 say recession coming. GDP of .3% predicted for 2023. They want consumer spending growth in 2023, but I don't think they are going to get it. But great news, consumer spending is still growing, inflation cooling, job market strong, wages up, prices up, spending on services increasing, the shopping season seemed strong. I see government just handed itself 1.7 trillion dollars with the most earmarks ever, good luck slowing down the economy with that kind of bling.

    https://financialpost.com/pmn/busine...ow-in-november

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    Quote Originally Posted by everything1 View Post
    Economists are up to 7/10 say recession coming. GDP of .3% predicted for 2023. They want consumer spending growth in 2023, but I don't think they are going to get it. But great news, consumer spending is still growing, inflation cooling, job market strong, wages up, prices up, spending on services increasing, the shopping season seemed strong. I see government just handed itself 1.7 trillion dollars with the most earmarks ever, good luck slowing down the economy with that kind of bling.

    https://financialpost.com/pmn/busine...ow-in-november
    recession is coming, that's why they need to spend more trillions

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    How Much Higher will the stock 'Market' Go as the REAL Economy continues to Descend ??? https://www.marketwatch.com/
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