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The Terrible Truth about the Money in Your Pocket

by Joshua Krause, The Daily Sheeple:

Reach into your pocket right now and pull out one of those righteous dollar bills you own. Take a good look at, in all its green and symbol laden glory. Have you ever stopped and asked yourself “What is this really worth?”

If you asked an economist, he’d probably try to compare its value to a commodity or another currency. If you asked a blue collar worker he’d tell you that it’s food on the table. Or if you asked a white collar office drone, he or she would tell you that it’s freedom. If you asked a politician, he’d tell you that money equals votes (off the record of course). And if you asked a banker, well…he’d probably speak into his watch and say “I’ve got one that can see!”

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3 comments to The Terrible Truth about the Money in Your Pocket

  • Eric

    Like I said before, It’s “TOTALLY WORTHLESS!”

    “This thing that we spend our whole lives desperately trying to accumulate; that builds our roads, feeds our bellies, pays our mortgages and fuels our dreams. This glorified token that puts our kids through school so that they may spend their whole lives trying to accumulate it as well, is not really money. It’s debt! And it’s not even your debt. It’s somebody else’s liability.”

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    • Gnostic

      I suppose it comes down to this……..

      ‘Greater Fool Theory’

      A theory that states it is possible to make money by buying securities, whether overvalued or not, and later selling them at a profit because there will always be someone (a bigger or greater fool) who is willing to pay the higher price.

      • Eric

        Certainly there are no lack of ‘fools’ in this day and age.

        “A fool and his money are soon parted.” – Thomas Tussore

        “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”
        ― Abraham Lincoln

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