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Old 02-25-2020, 07:34 PM
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The February 3 issue of Time magazine, discusses the mess that we 'boomers'...are leaving the millennial's.

And the antipathy from so many, to even acknowledge, much less than to start addressing, the issues...continues.

Anyone who calls themselves a patriot or a true American...should care about our future generations.


Do people still read Time magazine?
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Hope our owners catch this falling knife...How's that debt market looking

Heck, people here still have newspapers delivered. Magazines are for guns

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Do people still read Time magazine?
Just those ever shrinking number of folks, who thirst for knowledge, facts and viewpoints...from a plethora of different sources.

Yeah, yeah, I know..."how antiquated."




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It’s only a matter of time before the bubble bursts. An economy supported by artificially low interest rates, along with the huge budget defect, and our country’s unsustainable debt levels, will eventually catch up in a very painful way. I hope I am wrong, but just in case I am correct, the gold we own will become very valuable.
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Just those ever shrinking number of folks, who thirst for knowledge, facts and viewpoints...from a plethora of different sources.

Yeah, yeah, I know..."how antiquated."




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Time Magazine fails on two of your three reasons.
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It’s only a matter of time before the bubble bursts. An economy supported by artificially low interest rates, along with the huge budget defect, and our country’s unsustainable debt levels, will eventually catch up in a very painful way. I hope I am wrong, but just in case I am correct, the gold we own will become very valuable.
Absolutely agree.
No.1 rule of basic economics. 'You cannot borrow your way out of debt!'
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Turn that Frown upside Down.




Maybe.




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Who's buying what ?
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Who's buying what ?
I thought I might buy Continental Country Club today if it's still on the market!
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Time Magazine fails on two of your three reasons.


Time Magazine (turn page here)

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The American Society of Magazine Editors has recognized TIME as a finalist for General Excellence in the News, Sports and Entertainment category for the 2019 National Magazine Awards for Print and Digital Media.




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Stock futures don't look good for tomorrow.
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So far ours have made no significant changes. But did buy stock yesterday
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