Saturday, October 16, 2010

Weekend Funnies 16 Oct 2010

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At 10/16/2010 5:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Randy,,,, good stuff. We better learn to laugh. No good to spend all the time crying. Dan

At 10/16/2010 7:54 PM, Blogger Randy said...

Thanks Dan... Yup, I'm pretty numb to the issues these days because absolutely nothing makes sense... For the small minority who understand the dire problems we face as a nation, all we can do is laugh... Otherwise, if we try to over-analyze the complete idiocracy of the the system we live in and the faulty decisions made just to keep it afloat a litle bit longer, we may end up making ourselves crazy in the process... Yes laugh and laugh hard - It's the only sensible thing to do (aside from preparing as best we can for ourselves and those we love)

At 10/17/2010 4:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your best batch yet. I was really going until I read the "scratch We the people...." cartoon. It is a stunning summation that's all too true.

I still can't believe our elected officials surrendered over $750 billion to the banks from 'we the people's Treasury'--no questions asked, no answers given. Have they no shame?

Meanwhile, the list grows for Wall Street money handlers that pay(off) government prosecutors with 'fines'--no admission of wrong-doing, just a reimbursable expense of the corporation on behalf of the guilty--token tributes to make the government go away so they can get back to swindling "We the people..." out of everything we've worked for, fought for, and sometimes died for. The problem with that is: How do you manage an ever growing population of angry people who have nothing to lose and are looking for someone to blame? ...And it's all downhill from there--like "Trickle Down Economics, for example.

At 10/17/2010 8:39 PM, Blogger 45north said...

I saw the movie "Wall Street Money Never Sleeps", it was really good.

I far as I can tell I was absolutely faithful to the real events, I interpreted it to mean the collapse of Lehman Brothers. The main story is the human element but interwoven with the financial wheelings and dealings of Wall Street.

I see two things: a collapse of values but at the same time the collapse is exaggerated to be worse than it is. I see myself as trying to delay it as long as possible.

At 10/17/2010 8:40 PM, Blogger 45north said...


it was absolutely faithful to the real events.


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