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Everybody on this forum knows you are constantly asserting a financial doomsday, there is no need for it to be pointed out.

We are not in a "depression", yet alone a "great" depression. Get a grip already.

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Every knows you have just been nailed trying to cheat.
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Cheat at what?? As usual, nobody knows what you are talking about. [rolling eyes]

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LOL
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Don't care depression or recession I don't get involved.

Every year of my life has been better than the last. With certain notable acceptions. But life is worth living. Why get depressed by the details?
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I am doing very well myself out of this great depression personally. Still I care that more Americans are killing themselves now than in last great depression of the 30s etcetera.
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On 2013-05-20 09:20, Al Angello wrote:
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I'm so glad that my bragging didn't make you angry. We need more humor here.

Al, you don't make me angry anymore. When you say something moronic I laugh now. Just as you do when I say something moronic. But let it be known that we each have that right. That is, to laugh and say moronic things. Smile

Besides, I've just been initiated into my second degree in freemasonry where I'm taught to treat all mankind with fairness and respect. And that includes you Al. Smile
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On 2013-05-19 23:12, JoeJoe wrote:
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On 2013-05-19 21:16, tommy wrote:
JoeJoe states “Some facts: the odds of being killed at the hands of another human are at an all time low. The odds dying from a disease or illness is at an all time low. The odds of dying from starvation is at an all time low.” What that has to do with the price of fish I don't know.


It shows your ignorance on the matters Tommy; farmers produce more food today than any other point in human history, and adjusted for inflation food is cheaper than it ever has been. You can buy a fish sandwich for only $1 at McDonalds, what more could you ask for?? Sheesh.

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I think his point is that, life being "better" is not his point. He seems to believe that we are in a "Great Depression" to rival the "Great Depression" of '29 to '39. And he's asking if there have been as many or more suicides this time around as then.

The question is actually not germaine. We'd have to know first if the people committing suicide did so out of financial panic the way they did in '29. Plain numbers won't really tell us anything important.
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