Friday, June 22, 2007

Looking back at the carnage from 2027

Granddad, Did You Believe in Central Banks Once?:

For about a decade we all believed central banks could ensure people had jobs, and could afford food and housing and such. That all changed after the Gigantic Global Bubble Burst of 2008.''

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6 thoughts on “Looking back at the carnage from 2027

  • Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant!

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  • japanese uncle says:

    Cheers to the Giglobubu!!

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  • I would like to do one about life in the UK in 2050.

    Kid – “Daddy, who is that man who lives in that square cabin next to our garbage pile?”
    Dad – “He’s your older brother’s science teacher at the high school. He sold me the exam papers that your brother will be taking for college entry. ”

    Kid – “Daddy, there is another cabin next to his. ”
    Dad – “Yes, that one is a nurse. She sold us the coproximal and morphine for your older sister’s habit. ”

    Kid – “Won’t she get into trouble?”
    Dad – “Of course not. The cabin at the bottom of the yard is where PC MunRoe lives. He does anything for cash. ”

    Kid – “Daddy, what is a virgin?”
    Dad – (laughs and says) “Anybody who has not been to the key-worker cabin at the top of the street. During the day, she is a postwoman. You could say all her money comes from (mail/male)!”

    Kid – “Daddy, is it true that most people spoke English in 2020? ”
    Dad – “Perhaps, who cares? Most of them are in Spain now working as cheap labour in Chinese tourist spots. Have you finished your Polevka yet? “

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  • Very entertaining.

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  • also sold to rent says:

    That’s pretty much what I think too. As long as China’s plans stay on course there doesn’t seem to be any other reasonable outlook. Hence the need to invest in raw materials and resources.

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  • Blindleadtheblind says:

    excellent. Not sure about the conclusion for the Yuan though, any global crunch will crush the Chinese banking system aswell…so back to the gold standard anyone?

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