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The 7-Eleven Presidency

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by ERASER, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. ERASER

    ERASER Nyuk,Nyuk,Nyuk!

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  2. series1811

    series1811 Enforcerator. CLM

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    Our debt crisis is the most predictable train wreck in history, and we just keep putting more coal in the firebox.
     

  3. cowboy1964

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    Think we're bad, look at Japan. I know they've basically been in the dumpster for 20 years but given their debt-to-GDP ratio I don't know why their currency remains so strong.

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  4. Skyhook

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    Obama's dice 7/11 just means we all- except Obama- LOSE........BIG TIME!
     
  5. wjv

    wjv Zip It Stan Lee.. . .

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    That is puzzling. I have wondered the same for quite a while. All I can think of is that is because of the fact that they export so much. Still, a country that exports tends to like a lower value for their money as it makes their prices more competitive. :dunno:

    The high value of the Yen is a mixed blessing for me because I work for a large Japanese company. That means the labor I provide is considered "cheap" in Yen, But like most Japanese companies, our company is really hurting (loosing bazillions of dollars) so the high value Yen does impact international sales.
     
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    "Look Honey. The next door neighbors are nearly two hundred thousand dollars underwater in their mortgage. We are only a hundred thousand dollars underwater. Thank God, we are not them." :supergrin: