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WSJ agrees with BillB on inflation!
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Bill Vanek
2021-11-19 04:03:10 UTC
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LOL - just kidding. It sounds more like he’s agreeing with Paul. And he’s
one of the token libs at WSJ. How dare he dispute the party line!

POLITICS & IDEAS

Strap Yourself In: Inflation Isn’t Going Away

An aging workforce and trade in retreat—such price pressures won’t soon
disappear.

By William A. Galston

Government reports released last week have put inflation on top of the
economic-policy agenda. During the past year, consumer prices rose by 6.2%,
the fastest rate in more than three decades, and wholesale prices rose by
8.6%. The core price index, which excludes volatile items such as food and
energy, rose 4.6%.Many of the specifics are eye-popping. The price of fuel
oil has risen by 59% in the past 12 months, gasoline by 50%, and home-
delivered natural gas by 28%. The cost of new cars and trucks is up 10%, used
cars and trucks 26%, car and truck rentals 39%. Furniture costs 12% more;
rents and housing prices are moving up fast. Grade A eggs are up to $1.82 a
dozen from $1.41 a year ago; a pound of chuck roast rose to $7.40 from $5.75.

Wages also increased at their fastest pace in decades, but not enough to
compensate for rising prices, reducing real wages by 1.1%. Not surprisingly,
Americans’ expectations for inflation over the next year hit a record 5.7%
in October.

As recently as the end of August, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell was
still arguing that the rise in inflation affected a “relatively narrow
group of goods and services,” a stance he has since abandoned. But Treasury
Secretary Janet Yellen, senior administration economists and Mr. Powell
continue to insist that the current inflation spike will be “transitory.”
The date things will return to normal keeps getting pushed back.

Mr. Powell and others may be right, but the evidence against their position
is accumulating. Most U.S. firms are reporting limited consumer resistance to
price hikes. Households have built up more than $2 trillion in saving thanks
to government transfers and less spending during the pandemic. For
upper-income households, the “wealth effect” is boosting their demand for
goods and services.

Economists old enough to remember the 1970s point out that the decade’s
wage-price spiral was spurred by automatic cost-of-living wage increases,
which have all but disappeared. They may be making a comeback. John Deere’s
latest offer to its striking workers includes an automatic cost-of-living
adjustment, and other companies could follow suit to compete for workers.

Two of the factors most often blamed for disruptions that lead to price
hikes—shortages of computer chips and the snarled supply chain—won’t
abate as quickly as policy makers hope. The chairman of Intel has predicted
that global demand for chips will exceed supply well into 2023. In the
interim, auto makers will continue to compete with the electronics industry
for scarce supplies. Many auto companies are responding by cutting back on
lower-cost, lower-margin models in favor of more-expensive ones—not a
winning formula for reducing inflation.

Problems with the supply chain run deeper. Even if the Biden administration
succeeds in getting the nation’s ports to operate around the clock, other
choke points, such as overwhelmed railroads and the shortage of warehouse
space, will continue to slow the delivery of goods. Worse, a wave of
retirements and resignations has produced a shortage of about 80,000 truck
drivers.

Most fundamentally, the forces that produced four decades of declining
interest rates and low inflation have halted. The U.S. labor force, which
grew by 1.6% annually in the 1980s and 1.3% in the 1990s, is projected to
grow by only 0.5% a year in the current decade. Politics continues to stymie
the immigration reforms needed to plug the gap.With an aging population at
home and throughout the industrialized world—including in China— slow
labor-force growth will exert persistent upward pressure on wages. As the
elderly spend a portion of their savings and transfer the remainder to their
children and grandchildren, consumer demand will increase. Absent faster
increases in productivity, more inflation than we’ve seen during the past
40 years is likely.

Open trade and global supply chains are on the decline. Intensifying
competition between the U.S. and China and the populist revolt against
economic liberalization help explain this shift. The pandemic has exposed the
vulnerability of globalized systems. Business leaders will give more weight
to resilience, at some cost to efficiency. To reduce risk, some production
will move to the U.S. or friendly countries closer to home, adding to upward
pressures on labor and other costs.

In the very long term, the fight to slow climate change could reduce energy
costs, but this seems unlikely during the next two decades. Although coal has
enormous negative effects on the environment, it is comparatively cheap, and
the shifttoward electric vehicles won’t happen fast enough to reduce demand
for gasoline any time soon.In considering the next steps, the Biden
administration and the Fed should give much more weight to the evidence that
emerging inflationary pressures are structural—not temporary.
BillB
2021-11-19 05:04:27 UTC
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Post by Bill Vanek
LOL - just kidding. It sounds more like he’s agreeing with Paul. And he’s
one of the token libs at WSJ. How dare he dispute the party line!
POLITICS & IDEAS
Strap Yourself In: Inflation Isn’t Going Away
An aging workforce and trade in retreat—such price pressures won’t soon
disappear.
By William A. Galston
Government reports released last week have put inflation on top of the
economic-policy agenda. During the past year, consumer prices rose by 6.2%,
the fastest rate in more than three decades, and wholesale prices rose by
8.6%. The core price index, which excludes volatile items such as food and
energy, rose 4.6%.Many of the specifics are eye-popping. The price of fuel
oil has risen by 59% in the past 12 months, gasoline by 50%, and home-
delivered natural gas by 28%. The cost of new cars and trucks is up 10%, used
cars and trucks 26%, car and truck rentals 39%. Furniture costs 12% more;
rents and housing prices are moving up fast. Grade A eggs are up to $1.82 a
dozen from $1.41 a year ago; a pound of chuck roast rose to $7.40 from $5.75.
Wages also increased at their fastest pace in decades, but not enough to
compensate for rising prices, reducing real wages by 1.1%. Not surprisingly,
Americans’ expectations for inflation over the next year hit a record 5.7%
in October.
As recently as the end of August, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell was
still arguing that the rise in inflation affected a “relatively narrow
group of goods and services,” a stance he has since abandoned. But Treasury
Secretary Janet Yellen, senior administration economists and Mr. Powell
continue to insist that the current inflation spike will be “transitory.”
The date things will return to normal keeps getting pushed back.
Mr. Powell and others may be right, but the evidence against their position
is accumulating. Most U.S. firms are reporting limited consumer resistance to
price hikes. Households have built up more than $2 trillion in saving thanks
to government transfers and less spending during the pandemic. For
upper-income households, the “wealth effect” is boosting their demand for
goods and services.
Economists old enough to remember the 1970s point out that the decade’s
wage-price spiral was spurred by automatic cost-of-living wage increases,
which have all but disappeared. They may be making a comeback. John Deere’s
latest offer to its striking workers includes an automatic cost-of-living
adjustment, and other companies could follow suit to compete for workers.
Two of the factors most often blamed for disruptions that lead to price
hikes—shortages of computer chips and the snarled supply chain—won’t
abate as quickly as policy makers hope. The chairman of Intel has predicted
that global demand for chips will exceed supply well into 2023. In the
interim, auto makers will continue to compete with the electronics industry
for scarce supplies. Many auto companies are responding by cutting back on
lower-cost, lower-margin models in favor of more-expensive ones—not a
winning formula for reducing inflation.
Problems with the supply chain run deeper. Even if the Biden administration
succeeds in getting the nation’s ports to operate around the clock, other
choke points, such as overwhelmed railroads and the shortage of warehouse
space, will continue to slow the delivery of goods. Worse, a wave of
retirements and resignations has produced a shortage of about 80,000 truck
drivers.
Most fundamentally, the forces that produced four decades of declining
interest rates and low inflation have halted. The U.S. labor force, which
grew by 1.6% annually in the 1980s and 1.3% in the 1990s, is projected to
grow by only 0.5% a year in the current decade. Politics continues to stymie
the immigration reforms needed to plug the gap.With an aging population at
home and throughout the industrialized world—including in China— slow
labor-force growth will exert persistent upward pressure on wages. As the
elderly spend a portion of their savings and transfer the remainder to their
children and grandchildren, consumer demand will increase. Absent faster
increases in productivity, more inflation than we’ve seen during the past
40 years is likely.
Open trade and global supply chains are on the decline. Intensifying
competition between the U.S. and China and the populist revolt against
economic liberalization help explain this shift. The pandemic has exposed the
vulnerability of globalized systems. Business leaders will give more weight
to resilience, at some cost to efficiency. To reduce risk, some production
will move to the U.S. or friendly countries closer to home, adding to upward
pressures on labor and other costs.
In the very long term, the fight to slow climate change could reduce energy
costs, but this seems unlikely during the next two decades. Although coal has
enormous negative effects on the environment, it is comparatively cheap, and
the shift toward electric vehicles won’t happen fast enough to reduce demand
for gasoline any time soon. In considering the next steps, the Biden
administration and the Fed should give much more weight to the evidence that
emerging inflationary pressures are structural—not temporary.
I don't see where he has contradicted much, if anything, I've said. The bottom line sentence in the whole long-winded and wordy article is: "Absent faster increases in productivity, more inflation than we’ve seen during the past 40 years is likely. " Well, that's not really saying very much, and even then it comes with a humongous assumption. I saw nothing at all in there (I just skimmed it) about "hyperinflation" or the US dollar going to zero in the immediate future, so I'm not sure how you could think he's agreeing with Paul. That's just very poor reading comprehension on your part. This insane obsession with hyperinflation and a valueless US dollar is the very crux of Paul's belief and that of many right-wing nutballs (i.e. the US "becoming Venezuela" is the comparison you'll often see). Further, the article also lists a number of inflationary inputs that have nothing at all to do with money supply but more to do with velocity, which directly contradicts Paul's simple-minded and erroneous assumption that money supply = inflation and that they move in unison and in proportion to one another. You don't seem to realize that Paul is a typical, poorly educated right-wing nutcase. If you start feeling, like riskytard, the urge to defend his kooky ideas, that just means your mental health is very likely deteriorating too, and you will only end up looking as foolish as they do.
risky biz
2021-11-19 20:48:24 UTC
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On Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 9:04:32 PM UTC-8, BillB wrote:

~ I don't see where he has contradicted much, if anything, I've said.

Re-read it. It contradicts EVERYTHING you said. Did you start that ESL course I recommended yet?


~ The bottom line sentence in the whole long-winded and wordy article is: "Absent faster increases in productivity, more inflation than we’ve seen during the past 40 years is likely. " Well, that's not really saying very much,

Here is an example of saying very much:

🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'

🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'

🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'

🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'


👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
and even then it comes with a humongous assumption. I saw nothing at all in there (I just skimmed it) about "hyperinflation" or the US dollar going to zero in the immediate future, so I'm not sure how you could think he's agreeing with Paul. That's just very poor reading comprehension on your part. This insane obsession with hyperinflation and a valueless US dollar is the very crux of Paul's belief and that of many right-wing nutballs (i.e. the US "becoming Venezuela" is the comparison you'll often see). Further, the article also lists a number of inflationary inputs that have nothing at all to do with money supply but more to do with velocity, which directly contradicts Paul's simple-minded and erroneous assumption that money supply = inflation and that they move in unison and in proportion to one another. You don't seem to realize that Paul is a typical, poorly educated right-wing nutcase. If you start feeling, like riskytard, the urge to defend his kooky ideas, that just means your mental health is very likely deteriorating too, and you will only end up looking as foolish as they do.
🤣
Dutch
2021-11-19 10:00:10 UTC
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Post by Bill Vanek
LOL - just kidding. It sounds more like he’s agreeing with Paul. And he’s
one of the token libs at WSJ. How dare he dispute the party line!
POLITICS & IDEAS
Strap Yourself In: Inflation Isn’t Going Away
An aging workforce and trade in retreat—such price pressures won’t soon
disappear.
By William A. Galston
Government reports released last week have put inflation on top of the
economic-policy agenda. During the past year, consumer prices rose by 6.2%,
the fastest rate in more than three decades, and wholesale prices rose by
8.6%. The core price index, which excludes volatile items such as food and
energy, rose 4.6%.Many of the specifics are eye-popping. The price of fuel
oil has risen by 59% in the past 12 months, gasoline by 50%, and home-
delivered natural gas by 28%. The cost of new cars and trucks is up 10%, used
cars and trucks 26%, car and truck rentals 39%. Furniture costs 12% more;
rents and housing prices are moving up fast. Grade A eggs are up to $1.82 a
dozen from $1.41 a year ago; a pound of chuck roast rose to $7.40 from $5.75.
Wages also increased at their fastest pace in decades, but not enough to
compensate for rising prices, reducing real wages by 1.1%. Not surprisingly,
Americans’ expectations for inflation over the next year hit a record 5.7%
in October.
As recently as the end of August, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell was
still arguing that the rise in inflation affected a “relatively narrow
group of goods and services,” a stance he has since abandoned. But Treasury
Secretary Janet Yellen, senior administration economists and Mr. Powell
continue to insist that the current inflation spike will be “transitory.”
The date things will return to normal keeps getting pushed back.
Mr. Powell and others may be right, but the evidence against their position
is accumulating. Most U.S. firms are reporting limited consumer resistance to
price hikes. Households have built up more than $2 trillion in saving thanks
to government transfers and less spending during the pandemic. For
upper-income households, the “wealth effect” is boosting their demand for
goods and services.
Economists old enough to remember the 1970s point out that the decade’s
wage-price spiral was spurred by automatic cost-of-living wage increases,
which have all but disappeared. They may be making a comeback. John Deere’s
latest offer to its striking workers includes an automatic cost-of-living
adjustment, and other companies could follow suit to compete for workers.
Two of the factors most often blamed for disruptions that lead to price
hikes—shortages of computer chips and the snarled supply chain—won’t
abate as quickly as policy makers hope. The chairman of Intel has predicted
that global demand for chips will exceed supply well into 2023. In the
interim, auto makers will continue to compete with the electronics industry
for scarce supplies. Many auto companies are responding by cutting back on
lower-cost, lower-margin models in favor of more-expensive ones—not a
winning formula for reducing inflation.
Problems with the supply chain run deeper. Even if the Biden administration
succeeds in getting the nation’s ports to operate around the clock, other
choke points, such as overwhelmed railroads and the shortage of warehouse
space, will continue to slow the delivery of goods. Worse, a wave of
retirements and resignations has produced a shortage of about 80,000 truck
drivers.
Most fundamentally, the forces that produced four decades of declining
interest rates and low inflation have halted. The U.S. labor force, which
grew by 1.6% annually in the 1980s and 1.3% in the 1990s, is projected to
grow by only 0.5% a year in the current decade. Politics continues to stymie
the immigration reforms needed to plug the gap.With an aging population at
home and throughout the industrialized world—including in China— slow
labor-force growth will exert persistent upward pressure on wages. As the
elderly spend a portion of their savings and transfer the remainder to their
children and grandchildren, consumer demand will increase. Absent faster
increases in productivity, more inflation than we’ve seen during the past
40 years is likely.
Open trade and global supply chains are on the decline. Intensifying
competition between the U.S. and China and the populist revolt against
economic liberalization help explain this shift. The pandemic has exposed the
vulnerability of globalized systems. Business leaders will give more weight
to resilience, at some cost to efficiency. To reduce risk, some production
will move to the U.S. or friendly countries closer to home, adding to upward
pressures on labor and other costs.
In the very long term, the fight to slow climate change could reduce energy
costs, but this seems unlikely during the next two decades. Although coal has
enormous negative effects on the environment, it is comparatively cheap, and
the shifttoward electric vehicles won’t happen fast enough to reduce demand
for gasoline any time soon.In considering the next steps, the Biden
administration and the Fed should give much more weight to the evidence that
emerging inflationary pressures are structural—not temporary.
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me who
don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well. As
long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
da pickle
2021-11-19 14:22:00 UTC
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Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me who
don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well. As
long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.

[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]

Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.

[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
da pickle
2021-11-20 15:19:38 UTC
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Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
Knew this would die quickly!
risky biz
2021-11-20 22:31:02 UTC
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Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
~ Knew this would die quickly!

If you don't like excessive currency inflation you should have opposed the invasion of Iraq when the U.S. had been giving its corporations and wealthiest Americans a virtual free pass on taxes for decades.

You should also have been more than a little concerned about ultra-lax regulation of the financial sector for decades.
da pickle
2021-11-21 13:02:16 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
~ Knew this would die quickly!
If you don't like excessive currency inflation you should have opposed the invasion of Iraq when the U.S. had been giving its corporations and wealthiest Americans a virtual free pass on taxes for decades.
You should also have been more than a little concerned about ultra-lax regulation of the financial sector for decades.
WOW ... change the subject and move on. Not like you at all. There are
lots of reasons for the mess we are in and that mess gets worse and
worse every day. Saying it is not a mess and that there is nothing to
worry about and that everything will just be all right does not cut it.

There are no "good guys" in how we got here. It may be impossible to
stop the bubble machine.

Do you really think there is not problem ... just ignore it and move on?
I thought you were much smarter than that.

Just keep printing the money ... always worked for everyone else that
tried it.
da pickle
2021-11-21 17:57:16 UTC
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Post by da pickle
Post by risky biz
Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
~ Knew this would die quickly!
If you don't like excessive currency inflation you should have opposed the invasion of Iraq when the U.S. had been giving its corporations and wealthiest Americans a virtual free pass on taxes for decades.
You should also have been more than a little concerned about ultra-lax regulation of the financial sector for decades.
~ WOW ... change the subject and move on. Not like you at all. There are
Post by da pickle
lots of reasons for the mess we are in and that mess gets worse and
worse every day. Saying it is not a mess and that there is nothing to
worry about and that everything will just be all right does not cut it.
There are no "good guys" in how we got here. It may be impossible to
stop the bubble machine.
Do you really think there is not problem ... just ignore it and move on?
I thought you were much smarter than that.
Just keep printing the money ... always worked for everyone else that
tried it.
I didn't change the subject. I directly addressed the subject.
The "subject" was BillB's thought that

----------
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.

Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me who
don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.

As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
-----------

No problem at all ... not so bad. "The Subject"

[There are a lot (millions) more examples you might add to the 2/3?
examples you mention to show how full of shit BillB was.]
BillB
2021-11-21 17:59:12 UTC
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Post by da pickle
Post by da pickle
Post by risky biz
Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
~ Knew this would die quickly!
If you don't like excessive currency inflation you should have opposed the invasion of Iraq when the U.S. had been giving its corporations and wealthiest Americans a virtual free pass on taxes for decades.
You should also have been more than a little concerned about ultra-lax regulation of the financial sector for decades.
~ WOW ... change the subject and move on. Not like you at all. There are
Post by da pickle
lots of reasons for the mess we are in and that mess gets worse and
worse every day. Saying it is not a mess and that there is nothing to
worry about and that everything will just be all right does not cut it.
There are no "good guys" in how we got here. It may be impossible to
stop the bubble machine.
Do you really think there is not problem ... just ignore it and move on?
I thought you were much smarter than that.
Just keep printing the money ... always worked for everyone else that
tried it.
I didn't change the subject. I directly addressed the subject.
The "subject" was BillB's thought that
----------
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me who
don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
-----------
No problem at all ... not so bad. "The Subject"
[There are a lot (millions) more examples you might add to the 2/3?
examples you mention to show how full of shit BillB was.]
I didn't say any such thing. You must be off your meds again.
BillB
2021-11-21 18:11:33 UTC
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Post by BillB
Post by da pickle
Post by da pickle
Post by risky biz
Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
~ Knew this would die quickly!
If you don't like excessive currency inflation you should have opposed the invasion of Iraq when the U.S. had been giving its corporations and wealthiest Americans a virtual free pass on taxes for decades.
You should also have been more than a little concerned about ultra-lax regulation of the financial sector for decades.
~ WOW ... change the subject and move on. Not like you at all. There are
Post by da pickle
lots of reasons for the mess we are in and that mess gets worse and
worse every day. Saying it is not a mess and that there is nothing to
worry about and that everything will just be all right does not cut it.
There are no "good guys" in how we got here. It may be impossible to
stop the bubble machine.
Do you really think there is not problem ... just ignore it and move on?
I thought you were much smarter than that.
Just keep printing the money ... always worked for everyone else that
tried it.
I didn't change the subject. I directly addressed the subject.
The "subject" was BillB's thought that
----------
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me who
don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
-----------
No problem at all ... not so bad. "The Subject"
[There are a lot (millions) more examples you might add to the 2/3?
examples you mention to show how full of shit BillB was.]
I didn't say any such thing. You must be off your meds again.
My apologies, I get your Dutch replying to your BillB mixed up
sometimes. Checking the title of the thread, gets both back in perspective.
BillB's idea is full of shit and Dutch's attempt at covering some of the
smell did not work.
Have a great day. [If either/or yous really are sick, I hope you get
better.]
You demonstrate a very low IQ if you think I am Dutch.
risky biz
2021-11-22 07:11:47 UTC
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~ You demonstrate a very low IQ if you think I am Dutch.

You must have sounded more intelligent than Pickle recalled you being.
Dutch
2021-11-23 08:12:58 UTC
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Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
Global-scale inflation is like a rising tide, as long as wages and
interest rates keep up.
Post by da pickle
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
There's always an ebb with this kind of inflation.
Post by da pickle
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
The current inflation is not because of printing money.
Post by da pickle
[After all, this has never been a problem for any other country, right?]
You mean like post-war Germany or Venezuela? That kind of
hyper-inflation comes through devastating political crises. The current
inflation is a supply issue more than anything. It might linger for a
while but it's nothing to light your hair on fire over. Cut down on the
world cruises if things get tight.
Satoshi Popinjay
2021-11-23 10:38:37 UTC
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Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
Global-scale inflation is like a rising tide, as long as wages and
interest rates keep up.
Post by da pickle
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
There's always an ebb with this kind of inflation.
Post by da pickle
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
The current inflation is not because of printing money.
Printing money IS inflation. Don't get confused with other factors that may temporarily affect prices. Printing money, with nothing behind it, makes it worthless, and prices go up because the dollar is being printed into oblivion. Don't be stupid, Dutch. Our national debt is approaching 30 trillion, and that debt is monetized, which means they print it, or press a button and create it digitally, and inflate the money supply.
Result? Prices go up. It's easy to understand, so don't make it difficult. Approximately a THIRD of all the money in circulation was created in 2020 thru 2021. It's growth is unparalleled, expect prices to rise, parabolically.
Bill Vanek
2021-11-23 15:47:39 UTC
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Post by Satoshi Popinjay
Don't be stupid, Dutch.
Defining “futile”...
risky biz
2021-11-23 22:39:37 UTC
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Post by Dutch
Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
Global-scale inflation is like a rising tide, as long as wages and
interest rates keep up.
Post by da pickle
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
There's always an ebb with this kind of inflation.
Post by da pickle
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
The current inflation is not because of printing money.
Printing money IS inflation.
~ No, it isn't, no matter how many times you say it.
Post by Satoshi Popinjay
Don't get confused ...
lol
You're too dumb to learn from Paul. I don't know why he wastes his time. He must consider it a facet of his abandoned pet rescue sympathies.
Dutch
2021-11-24 02:37:08 UTC
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Post by Dutch
Post by da pickle
Post by Dutch
I still remember the last period of high inflation, it wasn't so bad.
Employers have to give workers raises to keep up, and people like me
who don't spend a lot and have cash investments make out pretty well.
As long as it's global.. it's like the proverbial rising tide.
Rising tide ... no problem.
Global-scale inflation is like a rising tide, as long as wages and
interest rates keep up.
Post by da pickle
[Only when there is no "ebb", of course.]
There's always an ebb with this kind of inflation.
Post by da pickle
Just keep printing the "money" ... there is no end of the road.
The current inflation is not because of printing money.
Printing money IS inflation. Don't get confused with other factors that may temporarily affect prices. Printing money, with nothing behind it, makes it worthless, and prices go up because the dollar is being printed into oblivion. Don't be stupid, Dutch. Our national debt is approaching 30 trillion, and that debt is monetized, which means they print it, or press a button and create it digitally, and inflate the money supply.
Result? Prices go up. It's easy to understand, so don't make it difficult. Approximately a THIRD of all the money in circulation was created in 2020 thru 2021. It's growth is unparalleled, expect prices to rise, parabolically.
Printing money willy-nilly is disastrous when one country does it. When
the whole world does it it's self-equalizing. 100 years ago a quart of
milk cost a nickel, now it costs a couple of bucks. Are we worse off?
No, because people earn 50x as much as they did. I know that's an
oversimplification, but it's basically right, imo. iow, the sky is not
falling.
Satoshi Popinjay
2021-11-24 03:33:56 UTC
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Post by Dutch
Printing money willy-nilly is disastrous when one country does it. When
the whole world does it it's self-equalizing.
You are certified insane. I swear to God, you're one of the dumbest mutherfuckers in all of RGP history. I'm sorry, I try to speak respectfully to you, but you're fucking stupid.
Dutch
2021-11-24 03:53:41 UTC
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Post by Dutch
Printing money willy-nilly is disastrous when one country does it. When
the whole world does it it's self-equalizing.
You are certified insane. I swear to God, you're one of the dumbest mutherfuckers in all of RGP history. I'm sorry, I try to speak respectfully to you, but you're fucking stupid.
Try talking sense, it'll go farther.

In 1950 the Dow Jones average was at 2500, now it's 35,000. Is that a
disaster?

During the last period of high inflation prices were increasing at a 15%
annual rate, and on average wages were increasing at a similar pace.
Cash investments were also in line. I had Bell Canada Bonds in 1980 that
paid 22%. It's all relative. There are actual threats in your country,
like the end of your experiment in democracy, this is not one of them.
Or maybe you like that, and this is just an attempt at distraction..
Satoshi Popinjay
2021-11-24 04:13:07 UTC
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Post by Dutch
In 1950 the Dow Jones average was at 2500, now it's 35,000. Is that a
disaster?
Everyone who invested in stocks in Venezuela is a millionaire.
Satoshi Popinjay
2021-11-24 04:25:19 UTC
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Post by Dutch
In 1950 the Dow Jones average was at 2500, now it's 35,000. Is that a
disaster?
Everyone who invested in stocks in Venezuela is a millionaire.
What could you buy in 1950 with $2500? What can you buy with $35,000 now? You just keep right on investing in the Canadian or United States dollar, Dutch. Good luck.
BillB
2021-11-24 04:51:16 UTC
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What could you buy in 1950 with $2500?
Almost five of these: Loading Image...
Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What can you buy with $35,000 now?
Ten of these:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-70-class-tu6985-4k-crystal-uhd-smart-tizen-tv/6476246.p?skuId=6476246

Plus ten of these:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-14-chromebook-intel-celeron-4gb-memory-64gb-emmc-chalkboard-gray/6477483.p?skuId=6477483

Plus one of these:
Loading Image...

Plus one of these:
Loading Image...;maxHeight=640;maxWidth=550

Plus $10,000 left over for hookers and video poker
risky biz
2021-11-24 08:25:38 UTC
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What could you buy in 1950 with $2500?
Almost five of these: https://nonews.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/admiral1.jpg
Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What can you buy with $35,000 now?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-70-class-tu6985-4k-crystal-uhd-smart-tizen-tv/6476246.p?skuId=6476246
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-14-chromebook-intel-celeron-4gb-memory-64gb-emmc-chalkboard-gray/6477483.p?skuId=6477483
https://cfx-wp-images.imgix.net/2020/02/14811_2020_Kia_Soul_X-Line.jpg?auto=compress%2Cformat&fit=scale&h=576&ixlib=php-3.3.0&w=1024&wpsize=large&s=b642ee4c026a837c146fa570c9f6a8d1
https://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/6417/6417767_sd.jpg;maxHeight=640;maxWidth=550
Plus $10,000 left over for hookers and video poker
You're economically illiterate.

All those appliances are made in foreign countries where the jobs of many Americans were shipped, many to a country that is threatening to launch nuclear weapons against us if we don't let them crush out the threat of democracy in Taiwan.

4 of 10 Americans couldn't afford to buy a $400 television if any such television existed.

The Federal Reserve reports that 39% of Americans don't have enough money on hand to cover a $400 emergency. 61% would use cash, savings, or a CREDIT CARD to cover it.
https://www.federalreserve.gov/publications/2019-economic-well-being-of-us-households-in-2018-dealing-with-unexpected-expenses.htm
BillB
2021-11-24 08:34:31 UTC
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Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What could you buy in 1950 with $2500?
Almost five of these: https://nonews.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/admiral1.jpg
Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What can you buy with $35,000 now?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-70-class-tu6985-4k-crystal-uhd-smart-tizen-tv/6476246.p?skuId=6476246
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-14-chromebook-intel-celeron-4gb-memory-64gb-emmc-chalkboard-gray/6477483.p?skuId=6477483
https://cfx-wp-images.imgix.net/2020/02/14811_2020_Kia_Soul_X-Line.jpg?auto=compress%2Cformat&fit=scale&h=576&ixlib=php-3.3.0&w=1024&wpsize=large&s=b642ee4c026a837c146fa570c9f6a8d1
https://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/6417/6417767_sd.jpg;maxHeight=640;maxWidth=550
Plus $10,000 left over for hookers and video poker
You're economically illiterate.
LOL...says the complete moron who thinks 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." RGP's town clown.
Post by risky biz
All those appliances are made in foreign countries where the jobs of many Americans were shipped, many to a country that is threatening to launch nuclear weapons against us if we don't let them crush out the threat of democracy in Taiwan.
Right on...I love my cheap appliances. Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
Post by risky biz
4 of 10 Americans couldn't afford to buy a $400 television if any such television existed.
I guess you should have listened to your mom and stayed in school. LOLOL
Post by risky biz
The Federal Reserve reports that 39% of Americans don't have enough money on hand to cover a $400 emergency. 61% would use cash, savings, or a CREDIT CARD to cover it.
https://www.federalreserve.gov/publications/2019-economic-well-being-of-us-households-in-2018-dealing-with-unexpected-expenses.htm
Lots and lots of lazy ass Americans. 70% overweight or obese.
risky biz
2021-11-24 08:48:16 UTC
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Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What could you buy in 1950 with $2500?
Almost five of these: https://nonews.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/admiral1.jpg
Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What can you buy with $35,000 now?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-70-class-tu6985-4k-crystal-uhd-smart-tizen-tv/6476246.p?skuId=6476246
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-14-chromebook-intel-celeron-4gb-memory-64gb-emmc-chalkboard-gray/6477483.p?skuId=6477483
https://cfx-wp-images.imgix.net/2020/02/14811_2020_Kia_Soul_X-Line.jpg?auto=compress%2Cformat&fit=scale&h=576&ixlib=php-3.3.0&w=1024&wpsize=large&s=b642ee4c026a837c146fa570c9f6a8d1
https://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/6417/6417767_sd.jpg;maxHeight=640;maxWidth=550
Plus $10,000 left over for hookers and video poker
You're economically illiterate.
LOL...says the complete moron who thinks 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." RGP's town clown.
Post by risky biz
All those appliances are made in foreign countries where the jobs of many Americans were shipped, many to a country that is threatening to launch nuclear weapons against us if we don't let them crush out the threat of democracy in Taiwan.
Right on...I love my cheap appliances. Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
Post by risky biz
4 of 10 Americans couldn't afford to buy a $400 television if any such television existed.
I guess you should have listened to your mom and stayed in school. LOLOL
Post by risky biz
The Federal Reserve reports that 39% of Americans don't have enough money on hand to cover a $400 emergency. 61% would use cash, savings, or a CREDIT CARD to cover it.
https://www.federalreserve.gov/publications/2019-economic-well-being-of-us-households-in-2018-dealing-with-unexpected-expenses.htm
Lots and lots of lazy ass Americans. 70% overweight or obese.
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
BillB
2021-11-24 09:16:34 UTC
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Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What could you buy in 1950 with $2500?
Almost five of these: https://nonews.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/admiral1.jpg
Post by Satoshi Popinjay
What can you buy with $35,000 now?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-70-class-tu6985-4k-crystal-uhd-smart-tizen-tv/6476246.p?skuId=6476246
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-14-chromebook-intel-celeron-4gb-memory-64gb-emmc-chalkboard-gray/6477483.p?skuId=6477483
https://cfx-wp-images.imgix.net/2020/02/14811_2020_Kia_Soul_X-Line.jpg?auto=compress%2Cformat&fit=scale&h=576&ixlib=php-3.3.0&w=1024&wpsize=large&s=b642ee4c026a837c146fa570c9f6a8d1
https://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/6417/6417767_sd.jpg;maxHeight=640;maxWidth=550
Plus $10,000 left over for hookers and video poker
You're economically illiterate.
LOL...says the complete moron who thinks 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." RGP's town clown.
Post by risky biz
All those appliances are made in foreign countries where the jobs of many Americans were shipped, many to a country that is threatening to launch nuclear weapons against us if we don't let them crush out the threat of democracy in Taiwan.
Right on...I love my cheap appliances. Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
Post by risky biz
4 of 10 Americans couldn't afford to buy a $400 television if any such television existed.
I guess you should have listened to your mom and stayed in school. LOLOL
Post by risky biz
The Federal Reserve reports that 39% of Americans don't have enough money on hand to cover a $400 emergency. 61% would use cash, savings, or a CREDIT CARD to cover it.
https://www.federalreserve.gov/publications/2019-economic-well-being-of-us-households-in-2018-dealing-with-unexpected-expenses.htm
Lots and lots of lazy ass Americans. 70% overweight or obese.
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
risky biz
2021-11-24 19:45:22 UTC
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Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.

I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?

'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..

Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
BillB
2021-11-24 19:53:13 UTC
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Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
risky biz
2021-11-25 22:27:43 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.

LOL@'means the ones'. Attorney. Yeah, sure.

I'll take your response as a yes:

'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.

Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.

A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions


🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'

🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'

🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'

🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'


👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
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Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
BillB
2021-11-25 23:06:39 UTC
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Post by BillB
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Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
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Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again that prove I was right and the he and his husband were wrong? Does he STILL think 6% inflation is "hyperinflation?" What a donkey. Totally incapable of learning.
risky biz
2021-11-26 15:15:05 UTC
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Post by BillB
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Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
~ Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again that prove I was right and the he and his husband were wrong?


You 'predicted' inflation of 3.5% - 5%.

AFTER it was 👉 6.2% 👈 you lied repeatedly that you predicted inflation of 5% - 7%.

You're a dishonest, pea-brain.


~ Does he STILL think 6% inflation is "hyperinflation?" What a donkey. Totally incapable of learning.

You're such a dimwit that you quoted what you apparently thought were experts on the definition of 'hyperinflation'. THEY disagreed with one another on the definition of hyperinflation. LOL. What a peabrain. You don't have enough brains to not quote 'experts' that disagree about what you dimly thought is a standardized and established definition.

It's common to see quotes in the news media and elsewhere that employ sloppy terminology, for example, 'hyperinflation' that is more properly referred to as ultra-hyperinflation, or 'inflation' when referring to the pace of price increases.

To continue your schooling, 'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
quite elegantly fits the dictionary definition (which, in fact, employs 'hyperinflation' as an example), id. est., 'more than usual or normal':

hyper-
​prefix
DEFINITIONS1
more than usual or normal: used with some adjectives and nouns to make adjectives and nouns
hypersensitive
hyperinflation
BillB
2021-11-26 17:11:01 UTC
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You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
~ Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again that prove I was right and the he and his husband were wrong?
You 'predicted' inflation of 3.5% - 5%.
AFTER it was 👉 6.2% 👈 you lied repeatedly that you predicted inflation of 5% - 7%.
You're a dishonest, pea-brain.
~ Does he STILL think 6% inflation is "hyperinflation?" What a donkey. Totally incapable of learning.
You're such a dimwit that you quoted what you apparently thought were experts on the definition of 'hyperinflation'. THEY disagreed with one another on the definition of hyperinflation. LOL. What a peabrain. You don't have enough brains to not quote 'experts' that disagree about what you dimly thought is a standardized and established definition.
It's common to see quotes in the news media and elsewhere that employ sloppy terminology, for example, 'hyperinflation' that is more properly referred to as ultra-hyperinflation, or 'inflation' when referring to the pace of price increases.
To continue your schooling, 'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
hyper-
​prefix
DEFINITIONS1
more than usual or normal: used with some adjectives and nouns to make adjectives and nouns
hypersensitive
hyperinflation
Wow, this guy really is as dumb as a post. He is STILL claiming 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." LOLOLOL Unmatched stupidity.
VegasJerry
2021-11-26 20:41:58 UTC
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You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Post by BillB
that prove I was right and the he and his husband were wrong? Does he STILL think 6% inflation is "hyperinflation?" What a donkey. Totally incapable of learning.
VegasJerry
2021-11-26 20:55:00 UTC
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Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
risky biz
2021-11-26 21:33:07 UTC
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Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
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Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
LOL. It's like the examples given in the commentary from a mental health professional evaluating Blab's personality disorder.
VegasJerry
2021-11-27 00:03:32 UTC
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Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
BillB
2021-11-27 00:19:20 UTC
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Post by VegasJerry
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
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Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
You have no evidence I have lied about anything.
VegasJerry
2021-11-27 00:35:17 UTC
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You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
You have no evidence I have lied about anything.
Heh, even that statement... LOL!
BillB
2021-11-27 00:42:28 UTC
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You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
You have no evidence I have lied about anything.
Heh, even that statement... LOL!
More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
risky biz
2021-11-27 07:39:02 UTC
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Post by BillB
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Post by risky biz
You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
You have no evidence I have lied about anything.
Heh, even that statement... LOL!
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.

Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
BillB
2021-11-27 07:42:22 UTC
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You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
You have no evidence I have lied about anything.
Heh, even that statement... LOL!
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Except you have no evidence I have lied about anything. That's pretty much the definition of insanity. Look, I have said it over and over again....you two stooges can believe whatever you want if it makes you feel better about your pathetic geriatric lives. Be my guest. I totally understand.
risky biz
2021-11-27 20:53:41 UTC
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You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
.
Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
You have no evidence I have lied about anything.
Heh, even that statement... LOL!
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
~ Except you have no evidence I have lied about anything.

One of your more recent lies was that you 'predicted' 5-7% inflation when you did no such thing as I documented above. You continue to lie that you didn't lie when the documentation is staring you in the face. THAT looks like insanity to me.

Even the few people at RGP who humor your personality disorder know that you're a prolific liar.
Post by BillB
That's pretty much the definition of insanity. Look, I have said it over and over again....you two stooges can believe whatever you want if it makes you feel better about your pathetic geriatric lives. Be my guest. I totally understand.
BillB
2021-11-28 01:35:06 UTC
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One of your more recent lies was that you 'predicted' 5-7% inflation when you did no such thing as I documented above.
Yes, I did. I offered to show you the quote, remember? You ran away as expected. I did say I thought 5% was more likely. That's what I was really expecting. So what? I was very close. Your response is to pretend 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." LOL You have made a complete fool of yourself trying to suck paul's cock in public.







You continue to lie that you didn't lie when the documentation is staring you in the face. THAT looks like insanity to me.
Post by risky biz
Even the few people at RGP who humor your personality disorder know that you're a prolific liar.
Lie about what? The last time you said I lied about something I showed you photographs of the proof and humiliated you yet again. You are moron. You simply cannot accept reality.
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Post by BillB
That's pretty much the definition of insanity. Look, I have said it over and over again....you two stooges can believe whatever you want if it makes you feel better about your pathetic geriatric lives. Be my guest. I totally understand.
risky biz
2021-11-28 21:47:06 UTC
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One of your more recent lies was that you 'predicted' 5-7% inflation when you did no such thing as I documented above.
~ Yes, I did. I offered to show you the quote, remember? You ran away as expected. I did say I thought 5% was more likely.


You can run away from me but you can't run away from yourself.

'Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a 👉6.2%👈 increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions


Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ

'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ

Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ

Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
That's what I was really expecting. So what? I was very close. Your response is to pretend 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." LOL You have made a complete fool of yourself trying to suck paul's cock in public.
You continue to lie that you didn't lie when the documentation is staring you in the face. THAT looks like insanity to me.
Post by risky biz
Even the few people at RGP who humor your personality disorder know that you're a prolific liar.
Lie about what? The last time you said I lied about something I showed you photographs of the proof and humiliated you yet again. You are moron. You simply cannot accept reality.
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Post by BillB
That's pretty much the definition of insanity. Look, I have said it over and over again....you two stooges can believe whatever you want if it makes you feel better about your pathetic geriatric lives. Be my guest. I totally understand.
BillB
2021-11-28 21:53:50 UTC
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One of your more recent lies was that you 'predicted' 5-7% inflation when you did no such thing as I documented above.
~ Yes, I did. I offered to show you the quote, remember? You ran away as expected. I did say I thought 5% was more likely.
You can run away from me but you can't run away from yourself.
'Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a 👉6.2%👈 increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ
'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ
Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ
Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
That's what I was really expecting. So what? I was very close. Your response is to pretend 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." LOL You have made a complete fool of yourself trying to suck paul's cock in public.
You continue to lie that you didn't lie when the documentation is staring you in the face. THAT looks like insanity to me.
Post by risky biz
Even the few people at RGP who humor your personality disorder know that you're a prolific liar.
Lie about what? The last time you said I lied about something I showed you photographs of the proof and humiliated you yet again. You are moron. You simply cannot accept reality.
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Post by BillB
That's pretty much the definition of insanity. Look, I have said it over and over again....you two stooges can believe whatever you want if it makes you feel better about your pathetic geriatric lives. Be my guest. I totally understand.
Sorry...I don't see your point. Is your point that my prediction was very close and yours was off by galaxies? LOLOL When you are in a hole, stop digging.
risky biz
2021-11-28 22:01:46 UTC
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One of your more recent lies was that you 'predicted' 5-7% inflation when you did no such thing as I documented above.
~ Yes, I did. I offered to show you the quote, remember? You ran away as expected. I did say I thought 5% was more likely.
You can run away from me but you can't run away from yourself.
'Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a 👉6.2%👈 increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ
'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ
Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ
Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
That's what I was really expecting. So what? I was very close. Your response is to pretend 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." LOL You have made a complete fool of yourself trying to suck paul's cock in public.
You continue to lie that you didn't lie when the documentation is staring you in the face. THAT looks like insanity to me.
Post by risky biz
Even the few people at RGP who humor your personality disorder know that you're a prolific liar.
Lie about what? The last time you said I lied about something I showed you photographs of the proof and humiliated you yet again. You are moron. You simply cannot accept reality.
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Post by BillB
That's pretty much the definition of insanity. Look, I have said it over and over again....you two stooges can believe whatever you want if it makes you feel better about your pathetic geriatric lives. Be my guest. I totally understand.
~ Sorry...I don't see your point. Is your point that my prediction was very close and yours was off by galaxies? LOLOL When you are in a hole, stop digging.

The one thing missing from your dumb response was any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all much less one that was 'off by galaxies'.

Your typical response to being caught lying is to try to bury your lies with more lies.

There are few people who don't recognize this as the hallmark of an inferior creature.
VegasJerry
2021-11-27 14:04:40 UTC
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You can make all the dumb jokes you like, Blabbermouth, but it's a plain fact that inflation has destroyed the lives of a hundred million Americans and especially those who are black, the people you pretend to give a shit about, you fake POS.
~ You have no clue what you are talking about. Stop embarrassing yourself.
I think I'll go with the well-established conclusion that YOU 'have no clue what you are talking about'. Would you like me to post your asinine 'predictions'?
~ You means the ones that said there would be no "hyperinflation?" LOLOL Morons. Maybe you instead post your claim that 6% inflation is "hyperinflation." Everyone but you knows how stupid that is.
'US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years'
'Pressure on America’s central bank to raise interest rates has intensified after rising energy costs, supply shortages and increased consumption sent US inflation surging to a level not seen for more than 30 years.
Although the Federal Reserve has repeatedly insisted price pressures will prove “transitory”, financial markets were taken aback by a
👉6.2%👈
increase in the cost of living in the world’s biggest economy over the past year.
A labor department report released on Wednesday showed prices rose by 0.9% in October alone – more than double the 0.4% jump in September – to push the annual rate of inflation to its highest level since December 1990, a time when global oil prices had risen sharply due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.'
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/10/inflation-us-latest-high-30-years-economy-predictions
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
👉'I predicted inflation would reach about 5%'
👉'5.4% annualized. I predicted'
👉'I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%'
👉'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%','I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
👉'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
👉'Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
👉'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
👉'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
👉'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
👉'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
👉'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
👉'I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
👉'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
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'More than three-quarters of Americans (77 percent) say inflation is affecting their lives..
Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats (69 percent) say inflation affects their lives at least "some" — not all that many less than the number of independents (79 percent) and Republicans (90 percent) who say the same. A quarter of Democrats (25 percent) and more than a third of independents (38 percent) say inflation affects them a "great deal.”
https://news.yahoo.com/poll-77-percent-of-americans-now-say-inflation-is-personally-affecting-them-and-57-percent-blame-biden-210739716.html
LOL..of course it affects them. They have to work a minute and a half longer to pay for their Thanksgiving gluttony. I already went over that. It's tragic.
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Post by BillB
Does anyone understand why this idiot keeps posting the same quotes over and over again
To prove you're the "idiot" for continuing to lie.
Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
In other words, you have absolutely nothing.
Other than all your lies?
You have no evidence I have lied about anything.
Heh, even that statement... LOL!
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Especially with me listing a few, just 10 lines up.
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Except I have never lied about anything.
I am a walking encyclopedia.
I was born an academic superstar.
Maybe it's my low self-esteem.
I am very likely the most knowledgeable lawyer you have ever encountered.
I could walk in a week from tomorrow and ace the California Bar Exam.
I could be an Olympic gold medal 100m sprinter, and make millions overnight.
I did learn to play poker when I was about 5, but I didn't actually turn pro until I was 9.
(More lies on request)
LOL!
risky biz
2021-11-29 03:24:36 UTC
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~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?

Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
BillB
2021-11-29 03:39:31 UTC
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~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
VegasJerry
2021-11-29 19:24:57 UTC
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~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...

(Listen for the crickets)
BillB
2021-11-29 19:27:31 UTC
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~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...

(Listen for the crickets)
risky biz
2021-11-29 20:42:41 UTC
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~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
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Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
Ah, there it is, and as lacking in character as was to be expected.

I'll take this as 'splashy's' Blabbermouth-style tactical play for diversion.

Are you attempting to imply that what Jerry wrote indicates a tendency to pedophilia? I think so and it illustrates that you're profoundly dense.

Do you dispute my assessment that Blabbermouth is the most prolific liar at RGP? I PROVIDED EVIDENCE. THERE iS PLENTY MORE.

WHERE IS BLABBERMOUTH'S EVIDENCE? It doesn't exist. What a laugh you are.
BillB
2021-11-29 20:45:06 UTC
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~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
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Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
Ah, there it is, and as lacking in character as was to be expected.
I'll take this as 'splashy's' Blabbermouth-style tactical play for diversion.
Are you attempting to imply that what Jerry wrote indicates a tendency to pedophilia? I think so and it illustrates that you're profoundly dense.
Do you dispute my assessment that Blabbermouth is the most prolific liar at RGP? I PROVIDED EVIDENCE. THERE iS PLENTY MORE.
WHERE IS BLABBERMOUTH'S EVIDENCE? It doesn't exist. What a laugh you are.
You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.
risky biz
2021-11-29 20:48:44 UTC
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BillB
2021-11-29 20:47:39 UTC
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Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
~ So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
LOL. What a worm. Add that to the lie list. He lies while disputing that he's a liar. LOL. Thanks for proving my point .. both of you.
Did you notice that NOBODY spoke out to say they DIDN'T think you were also a pedophile? By your own "logic," that means everyone thinks you are one, you sick bastard.
risky biz
2021-11-29 20:50:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by BillB
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
~ So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
LOL. What a worm. Add that to the lie list. He lies while disputing that he's a liar. LOL. Thanks for proving my point .. both of you.
~ Did you notice that NOBODY spoke out to say they DIDN'T think you were also a pedophile?

Not counting someone who did. LOL. Add that to the Blabbermouth lie list. Jesus- what a basket case.
Post by BillB
By your own "logic," that means everyone thinks you are one, you sick bastard.
BillB
2021-11-29 20:53:24 UTC
Permalink
Post by risky biz
Post by BillB
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
~ So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
LOL. What a worm. Add that to the lie list. He lies while disputing that he's a liar. LOL. Thanks for proving my point .. both of you.
~ Did you notice that NOBODY spoke out to say they DIDN'T think you were also a pedophile?
Not counting someone who did. LOL. Add that to the Blabbermouth lie list. Jesus- what a basket case.
Post by BillB
By your own "logic," that means everyone thinks you are one, you sick bastard.
Oh, I must have missed it then. So ONE person here doesn't believe you are a pedophile? LOL You must be very proud to fool one gullible person. Who was it? jerrytard?
VegasJerry
2021-11-29 21:08:25 UTC
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Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
.
Post by BillB
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
Still crickets......
Post by BillB
(Listen for the crickets)
risky biz
2021-11-29 21:13:46 UTC
Permalink
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
~ Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
(Listen for the crickets)
.
Post by BillB
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
Still crickets......
Post by BillB
(Listen for the crickets)
LOL. Blabbermouth thinks his mouth is evidence. As in:

Blabbermouth: 'You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.You haven't provided proof of anything. Stop lying.'
VegasJerry
2021-11-29 21:13:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
LOL at the desperate Splashie. I’ve embarrassed and shamed this fool to the point of
his attempting to write for me. And a piss poor job at that.

Fuck off, kid. I’ve grabbed you by the nap of your scruffy little neck; bent you over
and rubbed your snotty little nose in your own ignorant shit.

LOL!
BTSinAustin
2021-11-29 21:16:51 UTC
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Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
LOL at the desperate Splashie. I’ve embarrassed and shamed this fool to the point of
his attempting to write for me. And a piss poor job at that.
Fuck off, kid. I’ve grabbed you by the nap of your scruffy little neck; bent you over
and rubbed your snotty little nose in your own ignorant shit.
LOL!
LOL, if you stood on a step ladder you may grab him by the neck...
BillB
2021-11-29 21:28:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by BTSinAustin
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
LOL at the desperate Splashie. I’ve embarrassed and shamed this fool to the point of
his attempting to write for me. And a piss poor job at that.
Fuck off, kid. I’ve grabbed you by the nap of your scruffy little neck; bent you over
and rubbed your snotty little nose in your own ignorant shit.
LOL!
LOL, if you stood on a step ladder you may grab him by the neck...
That would mean being able to get up from his mobility scooter. Not likely.
VegasJerry
2021-11-30 00:56:12 UTC
Permalink
Post by BTSinAustin
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
LOL at the desperate Splashie. I’ve embarrassed and shamed this fool to the point of
his attempting to write for me. And a piss poor job at that.
Fuck off, kid. I’ve grabbed you by the nap of your scruffy little neck; bent you over
and rubbed your snotty little nose in your own ignorant shit.
LOL!
LOL, if you stood on a step ladder you may grab him by the neck...
Yet grab and shame him I did..
Splashie
2021-11-29 22:08:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
LOL at the desperate Splashie. I’ve embarrassed and shamed this fool to the point of
his attempting to write for me. And a piss poor job at that.
Fuck off, kid. I’ve grabbed you by the nap of your scruffy little neck; bent you over
and rubbed your snotty little nose in your own ignorant shit.
LOL!
Write for you? I literally copy-pasted your posts without alteration and provided the links so anyone can verify the same. And the next time you embarrass or shame me will be the first, you illiterate old fuck.

Michael
VegasJerry
2021-11-29 21:15:06 UTC
Permalink
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
Of course stupid BackupBillB fell for it... LOL
BillB
2021-11-29 21:27:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
Of course stupid BackupBillB fell for it... LOL
Go shower with some more children, you sick bastard.
risky biz
2021-11-29 21:31:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
Of course stupid BackupBillB fell for it... LOL
~ Go shower with some more children, you sick bastard.

You're taking documentation of your lying very hard. If you had stopped whining about it weeks ago everyone would have forgotten already.
BillB
2021-11-29 21:34:02 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
Of course stupid BackupBillB fell for it... LOL
~ Go shower with some more children, you sick bastard.
You're taking documentation of your lying very hard. If you had stopped whining about it weeks ago everyone would have forgotten already.
Except I haven't lied about anything. Are you still lying about the US being in a state of "hyperinflation" or have you abandoned that whopper? lol I think everyone was embarrassed for you on that one.
VegasJerry
2021-11-30 00:59:15 UTC
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Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
Of course stupid BackupBillB fell for it... LOL
~ Go shower with some more children, you sick bastard.
You're taking documentation of your lying very hard. If you had stopped whining about it weeks ago everyone would have forgotten already.
Except I haven't lied about anything.
Heh, add this one to the ever-growing list...

VegasJerry
2021-11-30 00:57:24 UTC
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Post by BillB
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Post by BillB
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ More low IQ nothingness. Call me when you have some actual evidence that I have ever lied about anything.
~ Jerry's right. You're the most prolific liar on this newsgroup. Is there anyone other than Blabbermouth who disagrees with that assessment?
Zounds! LOL. I thought that at least one sycophant would step forward to disagree.
Anyone who doesn't believe riskytard is a pedophile please speak up.
Here! Me! Hello?
Now anybody that doesn't believe BillB has been repeatedly proven a liar, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
If anyone doesn't believe jerrytard is a proven pedophile, speak up...
(Listen for the crickets)
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/QXNSvWm_AVoJ
Post by BillB
Post by VegasJerry
Those things are always risky, but it's also difficult to sit around and
hear every bad thing being said about you and not respond to it.
He just waived his most important right – that to keep his fool mouth
shut. In fact, he admitted in the interview to showering with minors –
very possibly a crime in itself.
I don't think so. You ever been at a YMCA (No! not the song!). Or at your
highschool gym? Or even you local club? As far as I remember, I know of no
law about even having co-ed showers.
Jerry
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/2pupeLZncwg/m/U1j5MXkFTCkJ
He (and possibly his lawyer) aren't stupid. I see nothing wrong with his
interview. Notice the doubt cast, even here at RGP. He was being killed in
the press and probably made the correct move; guilty or not. He even
brought up the "showering with others." Who here hasn't? "Touching another
person's leg." Who hasn't? "Hugging another person." Who hasn't?
I sure don't see where he's hurt himself with this interview.
Jerry 'n Vegas
So there you have it...jerrytard loves showering with minors and touching them. Thanks for speaking up.
Of course stupid BackupBillB fell for it... LOL
Go shower with some more children, you sick bastard.
Heh, your embarrassment noted.
risky biz
2021-11-28 21:53:56 UTC
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~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.

I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
BillB
2021-11-28 22:01:41 UTC
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Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
risky biz
2021-11-28 22:07:24 UTC
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Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.

You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.

It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
BillB
2021-11-28 22:10:35 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
risky biz
2021-11-28 22:20:40 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."

The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all

And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.

What about the lies below?

🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'

🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'

🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'

🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'

What a cabron.
BillB
2021-11-29 00:01:31 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
So show that they are lies. lol Dimwit.
risky biz
2021-11-29 02:53:27 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
~ So show that they are lies. lol Dimwit.

Sure, no problem:

Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ

'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ

Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ

Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ

Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
BillB
2021-11-29 03:11:12 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
~ So show that they are lies. lol Dimwit.
Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ
'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ
Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ
Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
So you have nothing but proof I was right and you were out in the left field parking lot with your "hyperinflation" nonsense. lol Give it up. You lost.
risky biz
2021-11-29 03:18:26 UTC
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Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
Post by risky biz
~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
~ So show that they are lies. lol Dimwit.
Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ
'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ
Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ
Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
~ So you have nothing but proof I was right and you were out in the left field parking lot with your "hyperinflation" nonsense. lol Give it up. You lost.

(.2/10)

Additional posting of proof available 5 days a week.
BillB
2021-11-29 03:21:15 UTC
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~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
~ So show that they are lies. lol Dimwit.
Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ
'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ
Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ
Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
~ So you have nothing but proof I was right and you were out in the left field parking lot with your "hyperinflation" nonsense. lol Give it up. You lost.
(.2/10)
Additional posting of proof available 5 days a week.
Except you haven't shown "proof" of anything. You are a logic zero.
risky biz
2021-11-29 03:28:31 UTC
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~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
~ So show that they are lies. lol Dimwit.
Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ
'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ
Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ
Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
~ So you have nothing but proof I was right and you were out in the left field parking lot with your "hyperinflation" nonsense. lol Give it up. You lost.
(.2/10)
Additional posting of proof available 5 days a week.
~ Except you haven't shown "proof" of anything. You are a logic zero.

The expensive medications that Free🧀Gov'tCheeseBoy in Vancouver is soaking Canadian taxpayers for must be real mindbenders.
VegasJerry
2021-11-29 19:22:27 UTC
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~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
~ So show that they are lies. lol Dimwit.
Blabbermouth, 8/13/21:'I predicted inflation would reach about 5% .. It's a truth you apparently can't deal with.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/fjsDx9lfBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'Inflation at the end of July was 5.4% annualized. I predicted last year it would reach somewhere around 5%.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/rSrlkGT3AwAJ
'I predicted short-term inflation around 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/sHLBmUJFaA0/m/nJd-Z-ozBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I"M the one who predicted the 5% inflation'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/VwFCKrU3rOY/m/-K9DybUxBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 8/12/21: 'I have never lied about anything, and anyone who has accused me of lying has been thoroughly humiliated.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/UItdrXDE3wc/m/vsK-_DNIBwAJ
Blabbermouth, 7/14/21:'5.4% annualized. Pretty damn close to what I predicted last year, wouldn't you say?'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/OdClQJfJeJ8/m/SZemwoXFAQAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'Fed raises inflation expectations!! ....to 3.5% (just a hair short of "hyperinflation"). Powell also said the committee reiterates that the recent rise in inflation is transitory.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/3y3Mn0U5xno/m/R82yEcWzBAAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/16/21: 'I'm the one who predicted 5% inflation.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/RMerYzRRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'Predicting the future is always a game, one I've been proven to be quite good at.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/B7zHR-t9AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/11/21: 'It's 5%, just like I told you it would be.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/Bz7jzuAHYWM/m/EHmbrbuJAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'You might recall last year I predicted that inflation would probably top out at about 5%, and here we are.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/2Kx55dc6AwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/10/21: 'Last year I predicted that inflation would probably climb to about 5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/n9JbsmZRAwAJ
Blabbermouth, 6/9/21: 'I think I'll hold off "feeling pretty stupid" until the actual "hyperinflation" materializes, if you don't mind. Until then, I'll just bask in the glow of being right again, as always.'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/TDPV4aRaggk/m/w9F82RgICAAJ
Blabbermouth, 5/13/21: 'The inflation rate for fiscal 2021 will likely be about 3.5%'
https://groups.google.com/g/rec.gambling.poker/c/ofacWfgYXwM/m/DeAvmFL-AwAJ
So you have nothing but proof....
See?

I was right and you were out in the left field parking lot with your "hyperinflation" nonsense. lol Give it up. You lost.
VegasJerry
2021-11-29 19:21:01 UTC
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~ Don't fret...Jack in the Box still might hire you.
I'll take that as more evidence that you despise anyone that works at a minimum wage job and that you consider yourself a better human being than them. Allow me to advance the assessment that you are likely to be inferior to all of them.
~ Whatever makes you feel better about your pathetic self.
You're sending out high-powered signals that you wish you could feel better about your pathetic self.
Whatever gets you through the day. lol
Post by risky biz
It must really anger you that someone took the trouble to document your endemic lying rather than ignore it as most do.
~ You haven't show any lie. All you have done is post a bunch of quote show I was right and you and husband were off by lightyears with your moronic predictions of "hyperinflation."
The one thing missing from your dumb response is any shred of evidence presented by you that I made any 'prediction' about 'inflation' at all
And what did you say? I 'haven't show any lie?' That must be your version of English.
What about the lies below?
🆗 'And yes, I did predict 5-7% inflation this year. If I go to the trouble of showing you the quote will you freely admit you are a complete fucking moron and an economic illiterate? Or will you try to weasel out again?'
🆗 'I said 5-7%. You aren't man enough to admit the truth. You are a cowardly worm.'
🆗 'You can "believe" any fucking thing you want. People who read my posts know what I said, I don't lie.'
🆗 'I am the one who predicted short-term 5-7% inflation. I was spot on, like usual.'
What a cabron.
And all the ones I posted. Like Trump, he's a multiply certified and documented liar and it's
fun watching him continually trying to wiggle out of them.
Dutch
2021-11-24 07:40:15 UTC
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Post by Dutch
In 1950 the Dow Jones average was at 2500, now it's 35,000. Is that a
disaster?
Everyone who invested in stocks in Venezuela is a millionaire.
Venezuela is a dictatorship led by an incompetent nincompoop crook,
quite similar to where the US is headed if Republicans get their way.
risky biz
2021-11-24 08:04:17 UTC
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Post by Dutch
Printing money willy-nilly is disastrous when one country does it. When
the whole world does it it's self-equalizing.
You are certified insane. I swear to God, you're one of the dumbest mutherfuckers in all of RGP history. I'm sorry, I try to speak respectfully to you, but you're fucking stupid.
Try talking sense, it'll go farther.
~ In 1950 the Dow Jones average was at 2500, now it's 35,000. Is that a
Post by Dutch
disaster?
Only for any stock portion of your retirement assets.

'Since 1900, the Dow (adjusted for inflation) has mostly traded within the confines of a long-term trend channel.
Currently, the Dow is trading slightly above long-term resistance (red line).
It is worth noting that soon after each resistance test, the market struggled.'
https://www.chartoftheday.com/dow-jones-chart-since-1900-inflation-adjusted

~ During the last period of high inflation prices were increasing at a 15%
Post by Dutch
annual rate, and on average wages were increasing at a similar pace.
Cash investments were also in line. I had Bell Canada Bonds in 1980 that
paid 22%. It's all relative.
Interesting. Now tell us where the DJIA was in 1980 after someone sank all their retirement assets into it in 1950.
Post by Dutch
There are actual threats in your country,
like the end of your experiment in democracy, this is not one of them.
Or maybe you like that, and this is just an attempt at distraction..
Dutch
2021-11-24 08:30:54 UTC
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Post by Dutch
Post by Dutch
Printing money willy-nilly is disastrous when one country does it. When
the whole world does it it's self-equalizing.
You are certified insane. I swear to God, you're one of the dumbest mutherfuckers in all of RGP history. I'm sorry, I try to speak respectfully to you, but you're fucking stupid.
Try talking sense, it'll go farther.
~ In 1950 the Dow Jones average was at 2500, now it's 35,000. Is that a
Post by Dutch
disaster?
Only for any stock portion of your retirement assets.
'Since 1900, the Dow (adjusted for inflation) has mostly traded within the confines of a long-term trend channel.
Currently, the Dow is trading slightly above long-term resistance (red line).
It is worth noting that soon after each resistance test, the market struggled.'
https://www.chartoftheday.com/dow-jones-chart-since-1900-inflation-adjusted
~ During the last period of high inflation prices were increasing at a 15%
Post by Dutch
annual rate, and on average wages were increasing at a similar pace.
Cash investments were also in line. I had Bell Canada Bonds in 1980 that
paid 22%. It's all relative.
Interesting. Now tell us where the DJIA was in 1980 after someone sank all their retirement assets into it in 1950.
It was back down to 2500 by 1982, then it took off straight up. That's
why a cautious investor saving for retirement doesn't put all his chips
in the stock market. Probably should have have converted most to cash a
few years earlier, then inflation helps your portfolio.
Post by risky biz
Post by Dutch
There are actual threats in your country,
like the end of your experiment in democracy, this is not one of them.
Or maybe you like that, and this is just an attempt at distraction..
risky biz
2021-11-24 08:56:03 UTC
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Post by Dutch
Post by risky biz
Post by Dutch
Post by Dutch
Printing money willy-nilly is disastrous when one country does it. When
the whole world does it it's self-equalizing.
You are certified insane. I swear to God, you're one of the dumbest mutherfuckers in all of RGP history. I'm sorry, I try to speak respectfully to you, but you're fucking stupid.
Try talking sense, it'll go farther.
~ In 1950 the Dow Jones average was at 2500, now it's 35,000. Is that a
Post by Dutch
disaster?
Only for any stock portion of your retirement assets.
'Since 1900, the Dow (adjusted for inflation) has mostly traded within the confines of a long-term trend channel.
Currently, the Dow is trading slightly above long-term resistance (red line).
It is worth noting that soon after each resistance test, the market struggled.'
https://www.chartoftheday.com/dow-jones-chart-since-1900-inflation-adjusted
~ During the last period of high inflation prices were increasing at a 15%
Post by Dutch
annual rate, and on average wages were increasing at a similar pace.
Cash investments were also in line. I had Bell Canada Bonds in 1980 that
paid 22%. It's all relative.
Interesting. Now tell us where the DJIA was in 1980 after someone sank all their retirement assets into it in 1950.
~ It was back down to 2500 by 1982, then it took off straight up. That's
Post by Dutch
why a cautious investor saving for retirement doesn't put all his chips
in the stock market. Probably should have have converted most to cash a
few years earlier, then inflation helps your portfolio.
Your DJIA example was idiotic. But don't start admitting it anytime soon. Plaudits, though, for your uncanny ability to call huge reversals in the stock market 40 years after the fact with the help of a long-term chart.

P.S. I'm not sure 40 years is exactly correct. There are a couple of morons at RGP who can calculate it more accurately and more stupidly.
Post by Dutch
Post by risky biz
Post by Dutch
There are actual threats in your country,
like the end of your experiment in democracy, this is not one of them.
Or maybe you like that, and this is just an attempt at distraction..
Satoshi Popinjay
2021-11-23 10:40:07 UTC
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Post by Dutch
You mean like post-war Germany or Venezuela? That kind of
hyper-inflation comes through devastating political crises. The current
inflation is a supply issue more than anything. It might linger for a
while but it's nothing to light your hair on fire over.
You are wrong. You are dead ass wrong.
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