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Date: 12 Dec 2008 21:42:57
From: Arlo-Payne
Subject: This time next year
Concerning people on RGP

1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
3 in 10 that are married will not be

I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. From what I have been
reading it scares the crap out of me. For the first time in a very long
time I fear being broke. We see things happen almost everyday without
much or any warning.

The one thing I am very greatful for is the family ranch. If it gets real
bad the whole family can head that way and survive almost any type of
problem that may effect the rest of the country.

People hold onto your money and stock up on needs. Put together a plan to
survive without a job for 2 to 3 years. I really hope it does not come to
that but from what I read it sure looks like it could happen. Remember
it is not just the USA but the whole world that is in trouble right now.
Just a few A bombs from the crazies could bring it all down.
I wish the new president luck and maybe this will all pass soon.

God bless you all and to all a good night.

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Date: 14 Dec 2008 02:36:09
From: Beldin the Sorcerer
Subject: Re: This time next year

"Arlo-Payne" <arlo_payne@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:1kub16xus2.ln2@recgroups.com...
> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> 3 in 10 that are married will not be
What are you basing this on?
These are not the national averages... so what's so special about RPG
posters?






 
Date: 13 Dec 2008 15:21:30
From: RussGeorgiev@aol.com
Subject: Re: This time next year
Arlo, you are a fortune teller. All of your statements are right on
with me:).



On Dec 12, 9:42=EF=BF=BDpm, "Arlo-Payne" <arlo_pa...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> 3 in 10 that are married will not be
>
> I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. =EF=BF=BDFrom what I h=
ave been
> reading it scares the crap out of me. =EF=BF=BDFor the first time in a ve=
ry long
> time I fear being broke. =EF=BF=BDWe see things happen almost everyday wi=
thout
> much or any warning.
>
> The one thing I am very greatful for is the family ranch. =EF=BF=BDIf it =
gets real
> bad the whole family can head that way and survive almost any type of
> problem that may effect the rest of the country.
>
> People hold onto your money and stock up on needs. =EF=BF=BDPut together =
a plan to
> survive without a job for 2 to 3 years. =EF=BF=BDI really hope it does no=
t come to
> that but from what I read it sure looks like it could =EF=BF=BDhappen. =
=EF=BF=BDRemember
> it is not just the USA but the whole world that is in trouble right now.
> Just a few A bombs from the crazies could bring it all down.
> I wish the new president luck and maybe this will all pass soon.
>
> God bless you all and to all a good night.
>
> ______________________________________________________________________=EF=
=BF=BD
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Date: 13 Dec 2008 07:18:27
From: Raider Fan
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Dec 12 2008 11:42 PM, Arlo-Payne wrote:

> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year

Too low

> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year

Way too low

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Date: 13 Dec 2008 09:24:35
From: mccard
Subject: Re: This time next year

"Raider Fan" <raidersgotscrewed1@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:3b0d16xh86.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Dec 12 2008 11:42 PM, Arlo-Payne wrote:
>
>> Concerning people on RGP
>>
>> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
>
> Too low
>
>> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
>
> Way too low
>
More than 10% unemployment in the US? Who pissed in your breakfast cereal?



 
Date: 13 Dec 2008 06:46:06
From: Porsche_Dan
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Dec 12, 11:42=A0pm, "Arlo-Payne" <arlo_pa...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> 3 in 10 that are married will not be

I think you are underestimating.

The forclosure rate is much higher than reported. Like the census
quite a few people are off the radar, other people gave up their house
but did not forclose on paper. The job market will get worse before it
gets better, and as people lose houses and jobs the divorce rate will
bubble. It is a very sad time in America.

But I agree with Irish Mike, there will be no great depression. This
is a correction not unlike the DotCom bubble, too many products and
services were bought on credit. America will emerge smarter and
stronger, until the next bubble of course! I have faith in Obama,
until Irish Mike proves me wrong my pint is half full and my fingers
are crossed.

I'm off to Asia to see what I can see. You don't know until you know.
What happens in Hong Kong stays in Hong Kong.

Cheers!







  
Date: 13 Dec 2008 08:27:22
From: Arlo-Payne
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Dec 13 2008 7:46 AM, Porsche_Dan wrote:

> On Dec 12, 11:42 pm, "Arlo-Payne" <arlo_pa...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Concerning people on RGP
> >
> > 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> > 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> > 3 in 10 that are married will not be
>
> I think you are underestimating.
>
> The forclosure rate is much higher than reported. Like the census
> quite a few people are off the radar, other people gave up their house
> but did not forclose on paper. The job market will get worse before it
> gets better, and as people lose houses and jobs the divorce rate will
> bubble. It is a very sad time in America.
>
> But I agree with Irish Mike, there will be no great depression. This
> is a correction not unlike the DotCom bubble, too many products and
> services were bought on credit. America will emerge smarter and
> stronger, until the next bubble of course! I have faith in Obama,
> until Irish Mike proves me wrong my pint is half full and my fingers
> are crossed.
>
> I'm off to Asia to see what I can see. You don't know until you know.
> What happens in Hong Kong stays in Hong Kong.
>
> Cheers!

World problem not just USA.
Side note: I l;ike China but I can do without hong kong

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Date: 13 Dec 2008 05:33:49
From:
Subject: Re: This time next year
On 13 dic, 03:42, "Arlo-Payne" <arlo_pa...@hotmail.com > wrote:

> I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. =A0
> From what I have been reading it scares the crap out of me. =A0

Hey Arlo no worries, in the end we'll be all dead.


 
Date: 13 Dec 2008 02:24:09
From: Jason Pawloski
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Dec 12 2008 10:42 PM, Arlo-Payne wrote:

> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> 3 in 10 that are married will not be
>
> I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. From what I have been
> reading it scares the crap out of me. For the first time in a very long
> time I fear being broke. We see things happen almost everyday without
> much or any warning.
>
> The one thing I am very greatful for is the family ranch. If it gets real
> bad the whole family can head that way and survive almost any type of
> problem that may effect the rest of the country.
>
> People hold onto your money and stock up on needs. Put together a plan to
> survive without a job for 2 to 3 years. I really hope it does not come to
> that but from what I read it sure looks like it could happen. Remember
> it is not just the USA but the whole world that is in trouble right now.
> Just a few A bombs from the crazies could bring it all down.
> I wish the new president luck and maybe this will all pass soon.
>
> God bless you all and to all a good night.

Yeah cause you have such a great track record of making predictions...

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Date: 13 Dec 2008 02:31:39
From: Arlo-Payne
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Dec 13 2008 3:24 AM, Jason Pawloski wrote:

> On Dec 12 2008 10:42 PM, Arlo-Payne wrote:
>
> > Concerning people on RGP
> >
> > 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> > 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> > 3 in 10 that are married will not be
> >
> > I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. From what I have been
> > reading it scares the crap out of me. For the first time in a very long
> > time I fear being broke. We see things happen almost everyday without
> > much or any warning.
> >
> > The one thing I am very greatful for is the family ranch. If it gets real
> > bad the whole family can head that way and survive almost any type of
> > problem that may effect the rest of the country.
> >
> > People hold onto your money and stock up on needs. Put together a plan to
> > survive without a job for 2 to 3 years. I really hope it does not come to
> > that but from what I read it sure looks like it could happen. Remember
> > it is not just the USA but the whole world that is in trouble right now.
> > Just a few A bombs from the crazies could bring it all down.
> > I wish the new president luck and maybe this will all pass soon.
> >
> > God bless you all and to all a good night.
>
> Yeah cause you have such a great track record of making predictions...


If you are talking about AIG there is a long time left until the one year
is up!
But then you do have a hard time with...... well everything.

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Date: 13 Dec 2008 03:29:25
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: This time next year
Arlo, the economy is in recession but it is not nearly as bad a the "Great
Depression". Plus the liberal media has a vested interest in making every
thing sound as absolutely terrible and hopeless as possible before Obama
takes office. Look for much more positive reporting from the liberal media
as soon as The Messiah is sworn in on January 20th.

On a brighter note, some credit tightening was needed in this economy. One
of the biggest causes of this financial meltdown was Democrat
entitlement-loans-to-buy-votes policies. Let people go back to saving and
paying cash for things they really need - instead of believing they are
entitled to every fucking thing they can dream up and can't afford - and
buying it on credit. And if it takes a bankruptcy filing to break the
strangle hold the U.A.W. has on the big three auto makers - good. They need
to streamline, restructure and renegotiate every one of their over-paid,
feather-bedding, dead-weight union contracts.

The American economy will recover - assuming The Messiah doesn't cripple us
with a new ocean wave of entitlement, welfare and give away programs to buy
more votes.

Irish Mike


"Arlo-Payne" <arlo_payne@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:1kub16xus2.ln2@recgroups.com...
> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> 3 in 10 that are married will not be
>
> I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. From what I have been
> reading it scares the crap out of me. For the first time in a very long
> time I fear being broke. We see things happen almost everyday without
> much or any warning.
>
> The one thing I am very greatful for is the family ranch. If it gets real
> bad the whole family can head that way and survive almost any type of
> problem that may effect the rest of the country.
>
> People hold onto your money and stock up on needs. Put together a plan to
> survive without a job for 2 to 3 years. I really hope it does not come to
> that but from what I read it sure looks like it could happen. Remember
> it is not just the USA but the whole world that is in trouble right now.
> Just a few A bombs from the crazies could bring it all down.
> I wish the new president luck and maybe this will all pass soon.
>
> God bless you all and to all a good night.
>
> ______________________________________________________________________
> RecGroups : the community-oriented newsreader : www.recgroups.com
>
>




 
Date: 13 Dec 2008 02:03:27
From: A Man Beaten by Jacks
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Fri, 12 Dec 2008 21:42:57 -0800, "Arlo-Payne"
<arlo_payne@hotmail.com > wrote:

>Concerning people on RGP

>1 in 10 that own a house will not next year

Harsh!

>1 in 10 that has a job will not next year

Bummer!

>3 in 10 that are married will not be

At least there's a bright side!


 
Date: 12 Dec 2008 22:48:58
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Dec 12 2008 11:42 PM, Arlo-Payne wrote:

> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year
> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year
> 3 in 10 that are married will not be
>
> I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. From what I have been
> reading it scares the crap out of me. For the first time in a very long
> time I fear being broke. We see things happen almost everyday without
> much or any warning.
>
> The one thing I am very greatful for is the family ranch. If it gets real
> bad the whole family can head that way and survive almost any type of
> problem that may effect the rest of the country.
>
> People hold onto your money and stock up on needs. Put together a plan to
> survive without a job for 2 to 3 years. I really hope it does not come to
> that but from what I read it sure looks like it could happen. Remember
> it is not just the USA but the whole world that is in trouble right now.
> Just a few A bombs from the crazies could bring it all down.
> I wish the new president luck and maybe this will all pass soon.
>
> God bless you all and to all a good night.

If you are running for president of the Optimist's Club , I think you
should change your platform !!


Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire

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Date: 12 Dec 2008 21:45:27
From: brewmaster
Subject: Re: This time next year
On Dec 12 2008 9:42 PM, Arlo-Payne wrote:

> Concerning people on RGP
>
> 1 in 10 that own a house will not next year

not good

> 1 in 10 that has a job will not next year

could be not good, depending

> 3 in 10 that are married will not be

good. Men don't need wives.

>
> I do a ton of reading from a wide range of people. From what I have been
> reading it scares the crap out of me. For the first time in a very long
> time I fear being broke. We see things happen almost everyday without
> much or any warning.
>
> The one thing I am very greatful for is the family ranch. If it gets real
> bad the whole family can head that way and survive almost any type of
> problem that may effect the rest of the country.

Can I move in?

>
> People hold onto your money and stock up on needs. Put together a plan to
> survive without a job for 2 to 3 years. I really hope it does not come to
> that but from what I read it sure looks like it could happen. Remember
> it is not just the USA but the whole world that is in trouble right now.
> Just a few A bombs from the crazies could bring it all down.
> I wish the new president luck and maybe this will all pass soon.
>
> God bless you all and to all a good night.


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