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Monday, January 14, 2013

Ever wonder what hyperinflation looks like?

Most of us have heard the horror stories of hyperinflation through the lens of the Wiemar Republic and the nation of Zimbabwe.  However, distance and time have made these events superficial, and left to the imagination since Americans are far removed from them.



But in the past two years, hyperinflation in the Euro Zone is not only becoming a distinct possibility, and in the instance of Belarus, a fact.  Forget the images of Germans in the 1930's pushing a wheelbarrow of cash just to buy a loaf of bread, and instead watch how it takes a full backpack of cash notes just to get seven packages of beer.



Now, do we in America think this is possible?  Well, our history has once experienced this after the Civil War when the Greenback fiat currency was devalued to nothing, and the government was forced to put paper dollars back on a gold and silver standard.

When it comes, it will not come slowly overtime, but will begin fast, and escalate exponentially.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Gibsmedat update: Food stamp user cuts retailer for not selling him alcohol with EBT card

The Daily Economist is starting a new periodical called the Gibsmedat update.  The first update, concerns a food stamp recipient who slashed a retailer in New York City with a knife because the cashier would not sell him alcohol using his EBT card.

Official Gibsmedat Currency
A drunken man reportedly slashed a Brooklyn clerk’s face after being told he couldn’t use food stamps to buy a bottle of beer.

“Sell it to me,” the suspect told Ali. “Don’t get me mad.”

The suspect was described as a black man between the ages of 25 and 30 with short black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing black jeans and a white T-shirt. -
Fox News


History shows that people do not respect what they don't earn, and as time has passed, food stamp usage has gone from a few needy Americans in poverty, to now over 46 million.  It is no longer a stigma, but the mainstream, and as such, the respect for welfare benefits has moved into the realm of gibsmedat.

Friday, May 4, 2012

The unemployed are gonna party like its 1981

While the Obama Administration will undoubtedly celebrate the manipulated 8.1% unemployment rate number printed on May 4th, those who are actually unemployed will be celebrating in a different way.  The number of people who are not counted as being in the labor force soared to the highest levels since 1981, when America was in the midst of the Carter induced stagflation period, and interest rates needed to be raised to almost 20 points before the system flushed out the financial virus's.

it is just getting sad now. In April the number of people not in the labor force rose by a whopping 522,000 from 87,897,000 to 88,419,000. This is the highest on record. The flip side, and the reason why the unemployment dropped to 8.1% is that the labor force participation rate just dipped to a new 30 year low of 64.3%. - Zerohedge
So when you can't find a job, the government sees you as a non-entity, and $5 trillion of government debt has created nothing, there is no choice but to spend your last few dollars on some brews or cheap whiskey, and toast the roaring 2000's, where bubbles gave you a job, and bursting bubbles took it away