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Re: Peter Schiff Was Right (again)

Posted: Fri Oct 04, 2013 1:53 pm
by MediumTex
TennPaGa wrote:
Pointedstick wrote: I feel like every thread with Kshartle in it turns into a variant of this extremely frustrating conversation about firearms that I suspect many of us have had:
+100
I heard a rumor that Kshartle just completed a correspondence course from a well known charm school and he will soon be unveiling a brand new silky smooth style of discussion.

Re: Peter Schiff Was Right (again)

Posted: Fri Oct 04, 2013 2:08 pm
by Kshartle
MediumTex wrote:
TennPaGa wrote:
Pointedstick wrote: I feel like every thread with Kshartle in it turns into a variant of this extremely frustrating conversation about firearms that I suspect many of us have had:
+100
I heard a rumor that Kshartle just completed a correspondence course from a well known charm school and he will soon be unveiling a brand new silky smooth style of discussion.
It's true. I will concentrate first on points of agreement and secondly on points of disagreement.

Re: Peter Schiff Was Right (again)

Posted: Fri Oct 04, 2013 4:59 pm
by moda0306
l82start wrote:
Gumby wrote:
The problem, in my mind, is when people confuse fiscal policies with monetary policies and try to use that confusion to point out the dangers of large fiscal policies. The two policies are completely different animals. One is adding ice cubes to a glass, the other is just melting existing ice cubes in a glass (i.e. making them more liquid).
we certainly have had plenty of long threads over that confusion...
Ice cubes and water.... PERFECT ANALOGY!

Even works with "liquidity!"