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the usa and most other countries do not print there own money privately owned central banks print and sell the countries the money with interest that comes out to more then the dollar or bill is worth the usa pays on average of 1.30 cents per dollar, so looking at the finacial situation in the world today do u think its a good idea to scrap the current money format of a country to produce a new kind thats nice and pretty but will cost more debt to the taxpayers and help collapse the ponzi scheme our financial system is based off faster?
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is that really necessary? does it make u feel bigger and smarter its a forum post not a harvard thesis paper, does it disvalue the info i gave or are u trying to distract from said info?
Not trying to distract nobody, dude.
Just trying to read your post without having a headache.
Grammar doesn't exist so we can be smug about each other. It makes communication easier (at least).

Maybe you could check this link here: Why should I use proper English at Overclock.net

I have nothing against or in favor to what you said there. My point was only that if it had more/proper punctuation it would be better to read.
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sorry i will try to write better, but i took no interest in lang/writing in school and have no interest now so take that how u take it, i hope i dont get banned over a lil bad punc.
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the usa and most other countries do not print there own money privately owned central banks print and sell the countries the money with interest that comes out to more then the dollar or bill is worth the usa pays on average of 1.30 cents per dollar, so looking at the finacial situation in the world today do u think its a good idea to scrap the current money format of a country to produce a new kind thats nice and pretty but will cost more debt to the taxpayers and help collapse the ponzi scheme our financial system is based off faster?
Here is your post re-written for those who prefer proper grammar:

The United States of America and most other countries do not print their own money. Privately owned central banks print and sell the money to the Country with interest.

The USA for example pays an average of $1.30 cents PER Dollar printed. What this means is that every time a dollar bill is printed, the country goes deeper and deeper into debt.

Looking at the finacial situation in the world today, do you think it is a good idea to scrap the current money format of a country to produce a new kind that's nice and pretty, but will cause more debt to the taxpayers? Doing so will help collapse the ponzi scheme our financial system is based on even faster.

So, no, it's not a good idea to do this, but rather, it would be best for people to wake up to these simple truths of how money works in the land of the free.

OP by Ironcobra edited by 2010rig.

Let me know if I missed anything Ulver, and feel free to correct it.
Edited by 2010rig - 4/19/11 at 6:00pm
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sorry i will try to write better, but i took no interest in lang/writing in school and have no interest now so take that how u take it, i hope i dont get banned over a lil bad punc.
It's cool!
You won't get banned for something like that, no way.


By the way, I will try to watch that movie you linked to on my breaks.
I am usually a skeptic about most things, so it sounds interesting.
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Here is your post re-written for those who prefer proper grammar:

The United States of America and most other countries do not print their own money. Privately owned central banks print and sell the money to the Country with interest.

The USA for example pays an average of $1.30 cents PER Dollar printed. What this means is that every time a dollar bill is printed, the country goes deeper and deeper into debt.

Looking at the finacial situation in the world today, do you think it is a good idea to scrap the current money format of a country to produce a new kind that's nice and pretty but will cost more debt to the taxpayers? Doing so will help collapse the ponzi scheme our financial system is based on even faster.

So, no, it's not a good idea to do this, but rather, it would be best for people to wake up to these simple truths of how money works in the land of the free.
dude u are the man!! rep for u!! i will forward all my posts to u before i submit if thats not a problem, sorry everyone for distracting from the op
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Cool can't wait for the smaller currencies in plastic, seems like such a good idea, no more running paper money through the wash and being out like twenty bucks.
    
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It's cool!
You won't get banned for something like that, no way.


By the way, I will try to watch that movie you linked to on my breaks.
I am usually a skeptic about most things, so it sounds interesting.
no probs man! great starter movie to learn about the massive corruption in todays political/finacial system, a quick google about the history of central banks will definitely expose the unimaginable levels of corruption, im not going to get into this here as its a computer forum and im sure most people will not want to here it

edit: here is another one that is great at explaining the history of the us and its financial system if u enjoy the first one i cant imagine u wouldnt its really eye opening

Edited by Ironcobra - 4/19/11 at 6:06pm
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How will they handle being bent?

Is that even a real question? Nylon has been around since 1935.
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dude u are the man!! rep for u!! i will forward all my posts to u before i submit if thats not a problem, sorry everyone for distracting from the op
No probs dude, I had fun with it, since this topic is about money, it's definitely relevant and most people are not aware that such a system is in place.
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No probs dude, I had fun with it, since this topic is about money, it's definitely relevant and most people are not aware that such a system is in place.
Thats the illusion make the money nice and pretty and hope they dont realize what all those esoteric symbols on the money mean and also where its made and who controls it, as long as its pretty who cares how many people die over it
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