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07-06-2024 00:50
Im a BM
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keepit wrote:
IM a BM,
I don't think printing money increases the national debt. I know that dollar bills used say they were a promise to pay but they don't say that any more i don't think. They say "note" but what does that mean that the govt has to pay?



Correct. It was not considered as adding $6T to the national debt when the Treasury printed an extra $6T to keep the economy afloat under Pres. Bush.

If you read the text carefully, you will see that treasury "notes" are meant to be exchanged for "lawful money". They are not considered "lawful money" in their own right.

"In God we trust" probably sums it up best.

The system depends on FAITH. It crashes quickly when faith is lost.
07-06-2024 01:35
keepit
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The thing is, people have use something for currency. We need the efficiency of convenience.
Edited on 07-06-2024 01:35
07-06-2024 05:05
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Im a BM wrote: Correct. It was not considered as adding $6T to the national debt when the Treasury printed an extra $6T to keep the economy afloat under Pres. Bush.

Not only are you not a scientist, you don't understand how the government operates.

The President does not establish the budget or the deficit or the national debt. Only Congress has that authority. Why did you believe that the President has any say at all? I shouldn't have to be teaching you that the US national debt exploded under Democrat control of Congress, and that George Bush had nothing to do with that.

Why are you trying to blame Republicans for Democrat disasters? Is this just one small part of your overall total dishonesty package?

Im a BM wrote: If you read the text carefully, you will see that treasury "notes" are meant to be exchanged for "lawful money". They are not considered "lawful money" in their own right.

The list of things you are not continues to grow. Obviously you are neither an economist nor a legal scholar.

US notes are legal tender, for all debts public and private. Have you ever seen money before?



Don't hesitate to come to me with the hard stuff. Of course, you can always go to keepit when you need a good laugh. You are a convenient option for those interested in spam.
07-06-2024 05:47
keepit
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ibd,
Your post is inaccurate. The national debt took off while reagan was president, and again while Bush was president, and then lately. Clinton got the budget deficit under control and so did obama.
Also, the dollar bill says that it is legal tender and that it is a note. That means that a creditor must accept it as payment of a debt. I really don't know the practical meaning or function of the word (note) here.
Money is just a convenience for exchanging goods and services. Regardless of how valuable it is, it is legitimate for paying debts. The dollar has great credibility in the world.
You know about credibility ibd.
It's the interest on the debt that is the problem since it is compounding.
I wouldn't blame the democratic congress for bushes debt. He ordered the war and then congress had to pay for it.
Edited on 07-06-2024 05:52
07-06-2024 06:16
GasGuzzler
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Im a BM wrote:
It is not clear to me that there is any kind of "debt crisis" of immediate enough concern to warrant "desperate measures".


Do you have children, Robert? What would you advise your kid to do if if he earned a yearly salary of 100k and spent every dime of it, every year AND put another 38,000 on the credit card? Then the kid claims there's nothing wrong and vows to do it again next year and again and again and again.
But then one day his credit card doesn't work anymore and he wants to borrow 38k from you.

Would you lend him your money? Hell no. Does ANYONE run a household budget this way without a huge crash and burn at some point? Hell no. Why should our federal government be any different?


Radiation will not penetrate a perfect insulator, thus as I said space is not a perfect insulator.- Swan
07-06-2024 07:33
keepit
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Gas,
The problem may come home to roost some day. However, many economists are saying that as long as the debt stays close to 120% of gdp then it can go on like it is.
A household budget is different than a federal budget in that the govt can print money and the household can't.
07-06-2024 07:39
keepit
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im a bm,
Re: lawful money.
If the dollars aren't lawful money, what is?
07-06-2024 08:17
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote: ibd, Your post is inaccurate. The national debt took off while reagan was president,

You say that as though "took off" is unambiguously defined.

The national debt exploded on an order of magnitude never before seen while Barak Obama (Democrat) was President with Democrats controlling both the Senate and the House. No other increase is even worthy of mention.

keepit wrote: and again while Bush was president,

I notice your focus on the President when discussing budget issues which shows that you have no business discussing budget issues. If you aren't discussing Congress (who has full authority over budget issues) then you are babbling.

keepit wrote: Clinton got the budget deficit under control

Nope. Only Republicans have budgetary surplusses, and you have to go back more than twenty years to find those final examples. Now the uniparty simply spends like a drunken sailor.

keepit wrote: and so did obama.

Obama was a President. He had no say in any budget. He did, however, preside over record budget deficits like the world had never seen.

You are so completely mistaken on this topic. You gibber.

keepit wrote: Also, the dollar bill says that it is legal tender and that it is a note.

You can read at least that much ... or you had someone read it to you. Well done.

keepit wrote: That means that a creditor must accept it as payment of a debt. I really don't know the practical meaning or function of the word (note) here.

Have you tried learning the meaning of the word "note"? I thought you had conquered your aprehension of words longer than three letters.

keepit wrote: Money is just a convenience for exchanging goods and services.

Nope. Do you even know the difference between money and currency?

keepit wrote: Regardless of how valuable it is, it is legitimate for paying debts.

Anything is legitimate for paying debts as long as it is accepted as payment for the debts.

keepit wrote: The dollar has great credibility in the world.

Then why don't we see money testifying in court more often, or as news anchors, or running as politicians?

keepit wrote: It's the interest on the debt that is the problem since it is compounding.

Nope. The two competing problems that have us between a rock and a hard place are:

1. The gross overspending that got us the insane debt in the first place
2. The convergence on worthlessness suffered by our currency by the gross overprinting of dollars to address the insane debt, putting us on the precipice of hyperinflation.

keepit wrote: I wouldn't blame the democratic congress for bushes debt.

Of course you wouldn't. The Democrat Congress was totally responsible and Bush was not. We can't have you afixing blame correctly now, can we?

keepit wrote: He ordered the war and then congress had to pay for it.

First, only Congress can order a war. Second, Bush notified Congress within 30 days of the conflict, as he was required by law, and Congress unanimously authorized Bush the use of military force, referencing the unanimous Iraq Resolution.

Congress authorized it, not Bush.
07-06-2024 16:51
James_
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keepit wrote:
Gas,
The problem may come home to roost some day. However, many economists are saying that as long as the debt stays close to 120% of gdp then it can go on like it is.
A household budget is different than a federal budget in that the govt can print money and the household can't.



What do you think consumer debt is? That is how households can print money
so they can venison their heat on the front porch in the street in their new refrigerator. I learned to "talk like an American" by gosling petrol.
07-06-2024 17:26
keepit
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ibd ,
false.
You always resort to semantics when you have nothing else.
07-06-2024 21:09
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keepit wrote: [ibd] You always resort to semantics when you have nothing else.

I appreciate the compliment you inadvertently handed me by virtue of not understanding the words you use.

I wish I could say the same of you.
07-06-2024 21:15
keepit
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All you say is bs in that post.
08-06-2024 02:39
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
ibd,
Your post is inaccurate.

His post was quite accurate.
keepit wrote:
The national debt took off while reagan was president, and again while Bush was president, and then lately. Clinton got the budget deficit under control and so did obama.

Presidents do not have the authority to borrow money for the United States. Only congress has that authority. Illiteracy: Proper nouns are always capitalized.
keepit wrote:
Also, the dollar bill says that it is legal tender and that it is a note.

Which you denied. Which is it, keepit?
keepit wrote:
That means that a creditor must accept it as payment of a debt. I really don't know the practical meaning or function of the word (note) here.

Paper money.
keepit wrote:
Money is just a convenience for exchanging goods and services.

This part is correct.
keepit wrote:
Regardless of how valuable it is, it is legitimate for paying debts.

Incorrect. The value of money can go to ZERO.
keepit wrote:
The dollar has great credibility in the world.

You don't get to declare credibility for everyone. Omniscience fallacy.
keepit wrote:
You know about credibility ibd.

Certainly better than YOU do it seems!
keepit wrote:
It's the interest on the debt that is the problem since it is compounding.

No. The problem is the debt, and Congress spending too much money, adding to the debt.
keepit wrote:
I wouldn't blame the democratic congress for bushes debt.

The President does not have any authority to borrow money for the United States.
keepit wrote:
He ordered the war and then congress had to pay for it.

The President does not have authority to declare war.


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08-06-2024 02:41
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Im a BM wrote:
It is not clear to me that there is any kind of "debt crisis" of immediate enough concern to warrant "desperate measures".


Do you have children, Robert? What would you advise your kid to do if if he earned a yearly salary of 100k and spent every dime of it, every year AND put another 38,000 on the credit card? Then the kid claims there's nothing wrong and vows to do it again next year and again and again and again.
But then one day his credit card doesn't work anymore and he wants to borrow 38k from you.

Would you lend him your money? Hell no. Does ANYONE run a household budget this way without a huge crash and burn at some point? Hell no. Why should our federal government be any different?


Because the federal government prints their own money.

This devalues the money, of course, which is what is happening. That's called inflation, and it will end with a cash crash.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 02:42
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
Gas,
The problem may come home to roost some day. However, many economists are saying that as long as the debt stays close to 120% of gdp then it can go on like it is.
A household budget is different than a federal budget in that the govt can print money and the household can't.

Printing money without a corresponding increase in wealth causes inflation, keepit.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 02:42
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
im a bm,
Re: lawful money.
If the dollars aren't lawful money, what is?

See the Constitution of the United States Article I.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 02:43
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
ibd ,
false.
You always resort to semantics when you have nothing else.

You are describing yourself again. You cannot blame your problem on IBD or anybody else.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 03:06
keepit
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itn,
Re: your statement regarding the iraq war. Another semantic dispute here - the iraq war was not declared by congress. Bush ordered it (whatever you want to call it). I was there and it seemed like a war Then the congress authorized the money and the national debt grew.

Re: inflation and wealth. There's a lot of wealth being created. It's hard to keep account of it. For example intellectual property. Also, the value of computer improvements and their value in the future. In other words there are things that are created that have deflationary effects.
Edited on 08-06-2024 03:08
08-06-2024 03:27
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
itn,
Re: your statement regarding the iraq war. Another semantic dispute here - the iraq war was not declared by congress. Bush ordered it (whatever you want to call it). I was there and it seemed like a war Then the congress authorized the money and the national debt grew.

Re: inflation and wealth. There's a lot of wealth being created. It's hard to keep account of it. For example intellectual property. Also, the value of computer improvements and their value in the future. In other words there are things that are created that have deflationary effects.

Congress authorized it, keepit.
No, keepit.

Democrats caused the current economic depression using the Covid Hoax, which also destroyed many businesses. They have not come back. The government cannot print it's way out of it's financial problems.

The debt is not inflation. Redefinition fallacy.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
Edited on 08-06-2024 03:27
08-06-2024 03:51
keepit
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I should have said i was talking about the first iraq war which was initiated by Bush and then approved by congress. The money was taken out of the defense budget. Google it.

You say the govt can't print its way out of problems butt the govt has been printing its way out of problems for decades. The average rate of inflation has been very low. The economy needs a certain amount of inflation, although not the rate of the last 10 or 20 months.

You say "the current depression". I don't think there's a current depression. The economy is fine and we're recovering from the recent spurt of inflation. It's a great country, just a few superficial problems.

I didn't equate the debt to inflation. You're just arguing against your own "filaments". Quit it.
Edited on 08-06-2024 04:00
08-06-2024 07:15
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote: I should have said i was talking about the first iraq war which was initiated by Bush and then approved by congress.

That was in 1942 and George W. Bush wasn't even born yet.

Congress has not declared war anytime afterwards so I don't know what you are talking about.

keepit wrote: You say the govt can't print its way out of problems butt the govt has been printing its way out of problems for decades.

Wrong wording. You're full of baloney, keepit. Too many false statements.

I never said that the government can't print its way out of problems, and you need to complete the thought. For decades, the government has been printing its way out of one problem and into a different problem.

keepit wrote: The average rate of inflation has been very low.

... with "very low" being intentionally left undefined. Since we aren't defining anything, the average rate of inflation has been very high.

You're full of baloney, keepit. Totally irrational.

keepit wrote: The economy needs a certain amount of inflation,

... and since we aren't defining anything, the economy doesn't need that amount of inflation.

keepit wrote: ... although not the rate of the last 10 or 20 months.

... because the average rate of inflation has been very high.

keepit wrote: You say "the current depression".

No, I don't.

keepit wrote: I don't think there's a current depression.

I notice all the support you have provided to back up your assertion.

keepit wrote: The economy is fine

... because you would know.

keepit wrote: ... and we're recovering from the recent spurt of inflation.

None of the businesses that went out of business are recovering.

keepit wrote: I didn't equate the debt to inflation.

... because you forgot to link debt to the overspending the causes debt to grow ... which leads to spiked inflation.
08-06-2024 16:19
keepit
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Stop nagging.
It was supply chain problems as much as the treasury giving out money. The money helped avoid starvation for poor children. Blame the supply chain, not the treasury.
Blame the covid virus, not fauci (the messenger).
Edited on 08-06-2024 16:21
08-06-2024 16:35
keepit
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ibd,
Sorry you misunderstood me when i said "the first irag war under george hw bush.
I didn't know about any other war with irag that involved the us.

I guess you misunderstand who is was talking to. It's too laborious talking to you.
Edited on 08-06-2024 16:37
08-06-2024 16:39
keepit
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itn,
noone is blaming any one for their own problems, at least not me.. Don't let your filaments act up too much.

I use google for much of my information. What or who do you use?
Edited on 08-06-2024 16:41
08-06-2024 18:29
Im a BM
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keepit wrote:
ibd,
Sorry you misunderstood me when i said "the first irag war under george hw bush.
I didn't know about any other war with irag that involved the us.

I guess you misunderstand who is was talking to. It's too laborious talking to you.



What's in a name?

A war is a war.

No, a war by any other name is not so hard to sell.

It is not a "war" in Ukraine. It is a "special military operation".

It was not a "war" in Korea. It was a "police action".

All those bombs dropping on Iraq were not a "war", because Congress didn't officially declare it to be one.

He who controls the definition of words rules the world.

And ALWAYS wins the "debate".

I remember vividly the 1980 campaign. Reagan kept harping about the evils of federal deficits. What Carter was doing was going to destroy the economy.

Even as president, while he signed budgets that literally QUADRUPLED the federal deficit (compared to when Carter left office), he paid lip service to an amendment to the Constitution to outlaw deficit spending.

"What I am doing ought to be illegal" was his message.

Maybe he should have just played with semantics.

Hey, this isn't really a WAR.
08-06-2024 22:50
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
I should have said i was talking about the first iraq war which was initiated by Bush and then approved by congress.

Illiteracy: Proper nouns are always capitalized.

Bush didn't start the war with Iraq.
keepit wrote:
The money was taken out of the defense budget. Google it.

So?
keepit wrote:
You say the govt can't print its way out of problems

It can't.
keepit wrote:
butt the govt has been printing its way out of problems for decades.

No, keepit. Increasing the problem is not solving the problem.
keepit wrote:
The average rate of inflation has been very low.

Blatant lie. The dollar has been devalued by 33% since Biden was installed.
keepit wrote:
The economy needs a certain amount of inflation, although not the rate of the last 10 or 20 months.

You just locked yourself into another paradox. You cannot argue both sides of a paradox. It's irrational.
keepit wrote:
You say "the current depression". I don't think there's a current depression.

You cannot make the current economic depression just disappear.
keepit wrote:
The economy is fine

An economic depression is not 'fine'.
keepit wrote:
and we're recovering from the recent spurt of inflation.

There is no recovery as of yet.
keepit wrote:
It's a great country, just a few superficial problems.

Blatant lie.
keepit wrote:
I didn't equate the debt to inflation.

Yes you did. Don't try to deny your own posts.
keepit wrote:
You're just arguing against your own "filaments". Quit it.

Try English. It works better.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 22:52
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
Stop nagging.
It was supply chain problems as much as the treasury giving out money. The money helped avoid starvation for poor children. Blame the supply chain, not the treasury.
Blame the covid virus, not fauci (the messenger).

Fauci funded the creation of covid19. He is not 'the messenger'.
Further, his and Democrat tyranny started the current economic depression.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 22:53
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
ibd,
Sorry you misunderstood me when i said "the first irag war under george hw bush.
I didn't know about any other war with irag that involved the us.

I guess you misunderstand who is was talking to. It's too laborious talking to you.

Nah. He's just tired of your fiction.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 22:55
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
itn,
noone is blaming any one for their own problems, at least not me..

Blatant lie. You cannot blame your own problems on anybody else.
keepit wrote:
Don't let your filaments act up too much.

Try English. It works better.
keepit wrote:
I use google for much of my information.

Google is not God.
keepit wrote:
What or who do you use?

I have already provided my sources. RQAA.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 22:56
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Im a BM wrote:
keepit wrote:
ibd,
Sorry you misunderstood me when i said "the first irag war under george hw bush.
I didn't know about any other war with irag that involved the us.

I guess you misunderstand who is was talking to. It's too laborious talking to you.



What's in a name?

A war is a war.

No, a war by any other name is not so hard to sell.

It is not a "war" in Ukraine. It is a "special military operation".

It was not a "war" in Korea. It was a "police action".

All those bombs dropping on Iraq were not a "war", because Congress didn't officially declare it to be one.

He who controls the definition of words rules the world.

And ALWAYS wins the "debate".

I remember vividly the 1980 campaign. Reagan kept harping about the evils of federal deficits. What Carter was doing was going to destroy the economy.

Even as president, while he signed budgets that literally QUADRUPLED the federal deficit (compared to when Carter left office), he paid lip service to an amendment to the Constitution to outlaw deficit spending.

"What I am doing ought to be illegal" was his message.

Maybe he should have just played with semantics.

Hey, this isn't really a WAR.

Semantics fallacy (word games).


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
08-06-2024 23:36
keepit
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itn,
Look at the dollar index. It's gone up the last couple of years or so. What do you use to gauge the value of the dollar.
08-06-2024 23:43
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote: Stop nagging.

Learn what words mean.

keepit wrote: It was supply chain problems as much as the treasury giving out money.

You're full of baloney, keepit.

keepit wrote: The money helped avoid starvation for poor children.

What money is "The Money"?

keepit wrote: Blame the supply chain, not the treasury.

Blame the people who were responsible for seeing to it you received an education; don't blame the supply chain.

keepit wrote: Blame the covid virus, not fauci (the messenger).

Blame your parents, not some virus.
09-06-2024 01:04
Im a BM
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You have gone for days in a row without calling ANYONE a "moron".

Are you okay?


IBdaMann wrote:
keepit wrote: Stop nagging.

Learn what words mean.

keepit wrote: It was supply chain problems as much as the treasury giving out money.

You're full of baloney, keepit.

keepit wrote: The money helped avoid starvation for poor children.

What money is "The Money"?

keepit wrote: Blame the supply chain, not the treasury.

Blame the people who were responsible for seeing to it you received an education; don't blame the supply chain.

keepit wrote: Blame the covid virus, not fauci (the messenger).

Blame your parents, not some virus.
09-06-2024 01:07
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Im a BM wrote: You have gone for days in a row without calling ANYONE a "moron". Are you okay?

You have been focused more on spamming than on preaching physics violations so the word "moron" hasn't been required to the same extent.
09-06-2024 01:10
sealover
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IBdaMann wrote:
Im a BM wrote: You have gone for days in a row without calling ANYONE a "moron". Are you okay?

You have been focused more on spamming than on preaching physics violations so the word "moron" hasn't been required to the same extent.


I just FACT CHECKED Im a BM's ASS!

You called keepit a "gullible moron" just YESTERDAY.

Im a BM gave you WAY too much credit for possibly behaving decently, for a surprising change.
09-06-2024 01:10
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote: itn, Look at the dollar index. It's gone up the last couple of years or so. What do you use to gauge the value of the dollar.

Purchasing power.

Take a representative sampling of things that you purchased in the past and in the present, and compare the prices you paid in the past vs. the prices you pay in the present, represented as a percentage.

That's what you should use.
09-06-2024 01:36
keepit
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no no no itn. You're talking about inflation. Don't forget wages are going up as well. What you're forgetting is the relative value of the dollar compared to the other currencies of the world.
09-06-2024 02:03
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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sealover wrote:You called keepit a "gullible moron" just YESTERDAY.

keepit wasn't spamming. He was saying really stupid things.
09-06-2024 09:39
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
itn,
Look at the dollar index. It's gone up the last couple of years or so. What do you use to gauge the value of the dollar.

The dollar index is not the value of the dollar, keepit.


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keepit wrote:
no no no itn. You're talking about inflation.

Paradox. Irrational.
keepit wrote:
Don't forget wages are going up as well.

Blatant lie.
keepit wrote:
What you're forgetting is the relative value of the dollar compared to the other currencies of the world.

Irrelevance fallacy.


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