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mouse Posted - 01/24/2009 : 10:08:31 AM
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/01/23/AR2009012304172.html?hpid=topnews

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exoticsophia Posted - 10/12/2009 : 09:11:16 AM
I wonder china is producing so much things all over the world. and still unemployment.???i have listened another contrary theory also, that peoples start working as they touch the adultery age. no one lives without work. because govt itself support each and every citizen. maybe all that media self manipulated statements. or maybe whats the truth.

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to love is something…
To love and beloved is everything!!!”"
Chemcats Posted - 01/25/2009 : 06:51:57 AM
I think the situation in China may be a bit more tense than was reported...I saw a report where the people were rioting because of the lack of jobs. Not good.

Ah yes! Deregulate! We KNOW that companies will never do anything that would hurt themselves...which means the economy will be protected "naturally." Ha!

BTW, don't forget! Utilities are still going to deregulate. Are we really ready for another round? We were lied to and greed took over in the financial arena...what about energy? I really don't think we (the U.S.) can take that at all.

Meribeth
kdcrowley Posted - 01/24/2009 : 2:20:02 PM
Oh god.

I think I will start writing another book. "How Greed broke the Planet"




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