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-- Slobby Don (slobbydon@hotmail.com), December 18, 1999.

We are witnessing the most fantastical stock explosion in recorded history. The final collapse will be phenomenal. This upcoming crash will totally sink the global financial system. Earnest recourse will initialize a new monetary system. That will be the only common sensical method of reviving the crushed banking system.

Prepare to witness the mark of the beast.

-- dinosaur (dinosaur@williams-net.com), December 18, 1999.

I totally agree!!! Meltdown is coming. There is NO WAY you can inflate the money supply like it has been inflated, and not see repercussions from it. Whatever y2k brings, realize that the forward posturing of the FED has introduced another factor into the equation!! For those who think there can be a bump in the road, you cannot be factoring in these types of facts. Sorry! The money supply has everything to do with day-to-day pricing. You can try and wish it away, but it will be something staring you in the face shortly!! Therefore, those who have prepped will win, if it is only in terms of saving money as prices go stratospheric. You cannot eat stock checks or certificates! (He Who) Rolls with Punches

-- (He Who) Rolls with Punches (JoeZi@aol.com), December 18, 1999.

Let's see, two choices,

y2k meltdown, economic disruptions and recession or worse.

no y2k meltdown, liquidity to prevent panics stokes huge inflation threat, fed hits the brakes HARD, recession, stagflation or worse.

yippeee. Hobson's choice if ever I heard one.

-- Squid (ItsDark@down.here), December 19, 1999.

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