The Current State of the American Economy

I'd like your opinion on the state of the American Economy. On the right is a chart, with a red line illustrating the strength of the American economy.

Most people agree the economic dip is temporary, and that eventually the economy will rebound, and head back in a positive direction. No one really knows when, or how quickly it will rebound, but almost everyone has a gut feeling about it.

There are lots of ways to monitor the strength of the economy, and for the purposes of this excercise, I'd like you to consider employment, orders, production and sales.

Here is the question: As of July 3rd, 2009, where is the American economy? Are we still on the way down, as marked in position "D" and "H" on the chart, are we at the bottom now, shown as "M", or have we made it past the bottom and are on our way up, as marked "R" and "V" on the chart?

 

 

 


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Jack

I honestly believe we are screwed. The federal government is in an insane amount of debt and barely even plays lip service to trying to get out of it. The economy right now is fucked because of all the people and companies that spent themselves into too much debt and now can't recover. I would have confidence except for the fact that no one seems interested in not being in debt.


Vatican City
Friday 03rd of July 2009 1:12 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Stefan

The US needs to stop spending such insane amounts on military and switch it over to fixing healthcare and education instead. Also raise taxes, the rates in the US are very low and people can afford it if the cost of health care and education goes way down.


Sweden
Friday 03rd of July 2009 1:21 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Esteban

The country is screwed. We need to start over.


Kiribati
Friday 03rd of July 2009 1:44 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Evil Jim

If we can convince everyone that the economy is at "R" then market confidence will return & it actually *will* return to "R". Pirates can solve this crisis yet.


Canada
Friday 03rd of July 2009 1:45 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Stephen



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 2:36 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Jeff Carr



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 3:10 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Andi

The negative feedback between employers loosing jobs such that the money spend by consumers drags down further complanies is just starting to kick in


Germany
Friday 03rd of July 2009 3:17 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Kevin Cotter



Burkina Faso
Friday 03rd of July 2009 4:00 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Doug

I don't think Americans' have learned our lesson yet, so it may happen again.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 4:20 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Bert W.



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 4:47 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Dylan



Wales
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:12 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Rick

"Yes we can" saddle our great grandchildren with trillions of dollars of debt for failed social experimentation and government acquisition of free market businesses. Airlines are 'too big to fail' too... what's next, Aeroflot II?


Switzerland
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:18 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Beardo



Australia
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:09 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Billy



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:19 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name:



Afghanistan
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:39 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name:



Gabon
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:58 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Hovercraft

Hovercraft


Honduras
Friday 03rd of July 2009 7:59 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Kat

If the Builderberg Group does what they say, the stock market is going to go up to about 9000 and then crash like it never did before. Check out Alex Jones for some crazy stuff, see how it REALLY is!


Italy
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:03 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: bill braskey



Afghanistan
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:06 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Cuntface



Western Sahara
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:18 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: BW

More waves of mortgage defaults will occur as ARMs readjust. Increased goverment borrowing and spending is putting additional burden on the economy without provding significant relief.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:26 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Fernando R.

I'm an American living in the UK. I think the economy is going through a necessary adjustment. So much of the world's perceived wealth was illusory, tied up in investment vehicles that contributed no value to global productivity but just shuffled around money on paper. I think we'll find our feet again soon.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:37 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Matt

It ain't over yet.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:39 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Andy Mullaly

There are a lot of scary economic indicators the regular news doesn't mention. Do an internet search for total unemployment which is far higher than the 9.5 official rate. Remember underemployed and those who have fallen off the rolls aren't even counted. Here's hoping I'm wrong.


Ireland
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:39 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Thomas

I don't even agree that things will get better soon. Printing more money and bailing out companies doesn't solve the problems, it just delays them. I guess the worst is still ahead of us (although it might take some time). O_o


Germany
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:45 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: shannon b



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:54 am


Position of the Economy: Between M and R. Closer to M.     Name: Missy

I want my money back!


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:54 am


Position of the Economy: to the right of M     Name: Jeremy

I don't think the market will break below the early March lows, but the fundamentals of the economy still do not look very rosy. We will have to wait and see what happens in the next few weeks/months.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:00 am


Position of the Economy: to the right of M     Name: Jeremy

I don't think the market will break below the early March lows, but the fundamentals of the economy still do not look very rosy. We will have to wait and see what happens in the next few weeks/months.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:02 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Bob



Afghanistan
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:12 am


Position of the Economy: L     Name: Pinto T Bean

we're slightly before M


Belize
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:24 am


Position of the Economy: between m and r     Name: playstation



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:26 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Garett Trietsch

They are still building new bank branches and retail strip locations around here like its 1999, so we must be about to trend back up.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:32 am


Position of the Economy: i see the economy at M     Name: Joe D

i think that the more we think about how bad the economy is, the worse it is going to get. Once we get a foothold on the positive aspects of our economy, we should inevitably start climbing back. (from a non-economist in Minneapolis, MN) Cool site by the way, keep it up! ~Joe


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:33 am


Position of the Economy: r     Name: exobyte

not quite all the way to r, about m.8


Japan
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:37 am


Position of the Economy: D is for downturn; it's good enough for me     Name: Pudge



Cambodia
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:43 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Aveda-the art and science of pure flower and plant essences

waiting for the big ripple effect


Sweden
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:43 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Penn



Canada
Friday 03rd of July 2009 10:01 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Valentine

I can't imagine it getting much worse.


Denmark
Friday 03rd of July 2009 10:19 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: DruC4

I think we're coming back strong and Rob rules.


Belgium
Friday 03rd of July 2009 10:20 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Eric

Injection of government money effectively stretches the curve; the dip is more gradual but lasts much longer. Look at our recovery time coming out of the Great Depression compared to other world powers who didn't have the New Deal.


Djibouti
Friday 03rd of July 2009 10:23 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Andrew Raridan

I think we are over the lowest point in our economy. Could only get better from now. Right?


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:25 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Japan

Japan decided, when it went through a financial crisis in the late 80s caused by the popping of a real estate bubble, to spend money like mad and never let anyone go bankrupt. Result? Twenty years of no growth.


Japan
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:30 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Matthew T

Just a gut feeling.


Laos
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:35 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: nutsaq



St. Kitts & Nevis
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:37 am


Position of the Economy: m     Name:

im hoping angie and brad come adopt *me* soon.


Cambodia
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:37 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Nick

Until we are able to audit the Federal Reserve and bring forth the globalists agenda of world domination, our economy will continue to plummet and will never even make it M. Dead serious on this.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:50 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Tim



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:54 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: David Martinez

We're still going down.


Spain
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:58 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Danruff

The rate of increase in unemployment has declined.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 12:01 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Optimus Prime

Seems like it might be picking up


Canada
Friday 03rd of July 2009 12:07 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: jasonw



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 12:25 pm


Position of the Economy: M(i hope)     Name: mike

With Obama turning this country into a socialist state I dont really think there is an R and V. If we keep heading in the direction the president has been leading us for the last 6 months, we'll bottom out at M and stay there like good sheep.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 12:52 pm


Position of the Economy: m     Name: Scott H

solely based on the company I work for. Though I think this "M plateau" may be artificial. Multiple "fire sales" generated a swell in orders, thus steadying the "y" variable. Actual profit maybe questionable.


Andorra
Friday 03rd of July 2009 1:08 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Sean

We suck, will continue to suck, and won't stop sucking for some time. If we do get out of this "suckage" we will just do it all again, but even worse since nobody seems to learn anything nowadays.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 2:11 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: C



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 2:31 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Brian



Slovakia
Friday 03rd of July 2009 2:36 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Grace

I picked M, but I think (hope) that we are now somewhere between M & R on the chart.


South Africa
Friday 03rd of July 2009 2:51 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Kevin Shoemaker

Cockeyed.com rocks


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 3:02 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Jorge Barnes

Consumer confidence not lowest yet. Beotch.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 3:03 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Abby

If we're careful, we are at H. Things will continue to get worse for a while but there's a potential for things to level out sooner rather than later. If we don't do so well, we're far more likely to be at D and we may never recover.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 3:12 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: M



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 3:15 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Mike

With Obama spending like a drunken sailor, America will be paying for decades. The party has just begun.


Canada
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:19 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Brian



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:19 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Anders



Sweden
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:24 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Johnny Debt

One nation, under debt, with fast food & caffeine for all.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:36 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Phil



Afghanistan
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:41 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Rob A.

With the current endless spending by the president and congress, not to mention cap and trade and health care reform, the economy is guaranteed to go down due to the fact that business and consumers will have less money to spend.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:42 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Mike

I hope its at D. Im in the repo business and I WANT CARS. Never Go Swimmen with Women From Yemen.


Yemen
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:43 pm


Position of the Economy: Just before M     Name: Econinoob

Not being American, I'm basing this on my impression of the world economy. There will be a little more of a drop, then people will realise how cheap shares have become and start buying again. This will reintroduce capital in business, increasing confidence, increasing orders, increasing sales, increasing production, increasing employment, however it will be a slow growth


Australia
Friday 03rd of July 2009 5:53 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Evan Lazer

While believe that the American economy is close to the bottom, I also think that house prices may continue to fall for years to come


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:14 pm


Position of the Economy: H or maybe in between H and M     Name: Doug Chadwick

Moar Dots!!!


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:33 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Clay



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:47 pm


Position of the Economy: betweeb D and H     Name: bonus egg

In the US, real estate value will drop at least an additional 20%. Commodity prices (especially oil) will surge every time the US economy appears to be healing. The US economy in its current state (with its current rules) is like a boat with a giant hole in the hull. And instead of fixing the hole, the US just tries to bail faster. In 20 years, the worlds production of oil will be half of todays oil production. Starting in 2010 certain key oil fields wild be spent and the world oil production curve will start its free fall. I predict: stagnation, cutbacks, and slow decay. Eventually I see hyper inflation and a descent into an economy that resembles current day Argentina and Russia circa 1992.


Western Sahara
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:50 pm


Position of the Economy: the economy never went bad     Name: Puddin Tain

they just want you to think it's bad so they can spend money like the stimulus bill that was supposed to create jobs but instead just funded senator pet projects that have nothing to do with creating jobs


Seychelles
Friday 03rd of July 2009 6:54 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Nick

I picked "R," but that may just be wishful thinking. I'm unemployed.


Luxembourg
Friday 03rd of July 2009 7:21 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Tim

See you on the way up!


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 7:32 pm


Position of the Economy: R, for sure     Name:



São Tomé & Príncipe
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:12 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: rico

My country is calling you gay


Uruguay
Friday 03rd of July 2009 8:43 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Paul Fisher

I'm still waiting for the Dust Bowl 2.0 to come before we hit rock bottom. (No pun intended.)


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:03 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: bren

M will hit for a while and turn into another D. Why work when you can get a fat handout from the Gov'ment on someone elses dime.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:15 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Karl



United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:18 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Ron

I picked R, because my name starts with R.


Korea, North
Friday 03rd of July 2009 9:23 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Rob Cockerham

Can anyone tell why DHMRV?


Turkey
Friday 03rd of July 2009 10:33 pm


Position of the Economy: M( For Motherfucking rampage time)     Name: rose

its rampage time. motherfucking rampage time to be exact. therefore, we are at point M.


Scotland
Friday 03rd of July 2009 10:47 pm


Position of the Economy: It's at V     Name: neil kearns

It's past a peak that coincided with the introduction of the I-Phone. It will decline steadily from there.


United States
Friday 03rd of July 2009 11:53 pm


Position of the Economy: The Economy is at point H     Name: Ben

Things are still getting worse.


Japan
Saturday 04th of July 2009 1:21 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: JCM

It can't improve as long as it looks like there is no end to increased government interference in private business.


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 4:11 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: DAniel



United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 5:28 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Padraig O\'Potato

Tis bad, but not as bad as ours!


Ireland
Saturday 04th of July 2009 5:46 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Barak

You ain't seen nuthin yet!


Nigeria
Saturday 04th of July 2009 5:55 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Greg



Antigua & Barbuda
Saturday 04th of July 2009 6:41 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Mike

God tells me he can get me out of this mess, but he's pretty sure you're fucked.


Germany
Saturday 04th of July 2009 8:17 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Laura

NO way are we at the bottom yet.


United Kingdom
Saturday 04th of July 2009 9:43 am


Position of the Economy: R is for Ronald and Regan!     Name: Ronald Regan

I'm running in 2012! Vote for Zombie Regan!


Botswana
Saturday 04th of July 2009 9:52 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Big Daddy T

Socialism does not work.


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 11:05 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: C

@Stefan from a guy not even living/from the us, how the hell do you know what needs to be fixed? "The US needs to stop spending such insane amounts on military and switch it over to fixing healthcare and education instead." My heath care is great, because i pay for it, i EARN it. Education can be blamed on the teachers; fucking unions ruin everything, demanding more and more.


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 11:24 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Barack

I uh, believe, um, that the economy, uh... where's my teleprompter?


Nigeria
Saturday 04th of July 2009 12:05 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: V

I don't believe that the economy will recover as long as we haven't found an alternative source of energy that's as effective and as cheap as oil was.


France
Saturday 04th of July 2009 12:07 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Barack Obama

I don't have a clue what I'm doing here at the White House.


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 12:19 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Natalie

I am unemployed, but not willfully, as is my partner. This makes me think we are totally screwed. Which makes me sad because I've never even had a credit card or a mortgage. This isn't my fault! But I also think that we can't get any screweder (yay naivete!)


Côte d'Ivoire
Saturday 04th of July 2009 12:28 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: JAYQUE



Uzbekistan
Saturday 04th of July 2009 1:14 pm


Position of the Economy: D for at least 7 more years (maybe 3)     Name: Under-employed

Obama will run the economy into the ground until people are tired of it and vote the republicans back in who will in turn build the economy back up on the backs of the poor until people are tired of it and vote the liberal tax and spenders back in and they will run the economy back into the ground until people get tired of it and vote the republicans back in and so on til infinity


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 1:18 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Ben



Dominican Republic
Saturday 04th of July 2009 1:41 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Bob

I believe we are still handing down.


Russia
Saturday 04th of July 2009 2:43 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Justin M.



United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 3:39 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Ed

What do D,H,M,R and V stand for?


Yemen
Saturday 04th of July 2009 4:01 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Robert



Korea, North
Saturday 04th of July 2009 4:12 pm


Position of the Economy: a fjord able     Name: Jens



Norway
Saturday 04th of July 2009 5:42 pm


Position of the Economy: V     Name: Buzz Killington



Brunei
Saturday 04th of July 2009 6:31 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Jugga



Afghanistan
Saturday 04th of July 2009 7:27 pm


Position of the Economy: V     Name: Prince Albert

Problems? I see no problems.


Monaco
Saturday 04th of July 2009 7:29 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Norinator



Switzerland
Saturday 04th of July 2009 7:51 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Jim

Well, maybe O or P if I understand the labeling.


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 8:05 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Bruce



United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 8:09 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Michael



Albania
Saturday 04th of July 2009 8:40 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Andrew



United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 9:04 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Dave

Companies that have been getting by relying on unlimited credit and consumers appetite for crap have been put out of business but solid companies are doing well.


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 9:20 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Space monkey

Get rid of Income Tax and institute a federal sales tax so that everyone that buys anything (which is everyone,) illegal immigrants, tax evaders, folks on welfare, are required to put back into the system.... It just makes sense


United States
Saturday 04th of July 2009 9:33 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Dr. Bubble

Do we get to see a pretty graph summarizing everyone's opinions?


The Netherlands
Saturday 04th of July 2009 10:00 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: William



Ecuador
Saturday 04th of July 2009 10:00 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Zeno

We're losing jobs, but we're losing jobs more slowly! The rate will keep going down by half each month until it gets to zero.


Greece
Saturday 04th of July 2009 10:11 pm


Position of the Economy: H and a half     Name: Woof



Australia
Sunday 05th of July 2009 1:53 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Jordan

I think the downturn is slowing but hasn't plateaued yet. Though of course I won't consider the economy back until I'm making well into the six figures, so it could take decades.


Azerbaijan
Sunday 05th of July 2009 2:34 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: John K



Ghana
Sunday 05th of July 2009 7:36 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Me



United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 7:44 am


Position of the Economy: F     Name: supergenius

"F" is for Effed. We are so "Effed". We haven't seen "D" yet.


United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 11:06 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: chris

being from Michigan, I do not feel we have hit the worst as of yet.


United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 11:54 am


Position of the Economy: If Obama's health care passes, D. Otherwise M.     Name: Trint

Here in Texas, we are weathering the mess. The economy is not "great", but doing pretty good thanks to low taxes and very little government involvement. It is very humorous to set back and watch the current administration and congress tell us that the worst is over, over and over again only to see things get worse as they push for more and more spending and regulation.


United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 12:14 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Emily

I was unemployed for nearly 8 months and finally got a shitty job with no benefits that pays a fraction of what I made before....but I am grateful for it. I want to believe that things are picking up.


Great Britain
Sunday 05th of July 2009 12:21 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Patrick

Djibouti, Djibouti


Djibouti
Sunday 05th of July 2009 12:52 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Scott



Vatican City
Sunday 05th of July 2009 1:18 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Delbert Shyster jr

no comment needed.


England
Sunday 05th of July 2009 2:46 pm


Position of the Economy: m     Name: bbb



United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 2:48 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Jay

The problem that no one knows how long M will be.


Canada
Sunday 05th of July 2009 2:59 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Mohammed

M for Mohammed! you infidels!


Afghanistan
Sunday 05th of July 2009 3:41 pm


Position of the Economy: d     Name: aaa



Afghanistan
Sunday 05th of July 2009 4:15 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: E

We're screwed...


United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 4:51 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Mr McFeely

This aint a quick thing, it's going to take a long time to stabilize. Japan had a similar problem in 1990, it was about a 12-15 year recovery. It's going to get painful, and it hasn't even started. Yes, there will be some local ups over weeks or even months, but the downtrend can't be fought.


Japan
Sunday 05th of July 2009 5:21 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Sven

Bork Bork Bork!


Sweden
Sunday 05th of July 2009 6:08 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Edward S.



United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 6:47 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name:



United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 6:54 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Haha, Uruguay

I think we hit point M a couple months ago, so therefore we should at least be on R by now.


Uruguay
Sunday 05th of July 2009 7:00 pm


Position of the Economy: XYZ of course     Name: Commander Data



Belarus
Sunday 05th of July 2009 8:11 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: John from Washington State



United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 8:36 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Elvis

Things will continue downhill until at least 2010... or until they find Southern Ireland.


Northern Ireland
Sunday 05th of July 2009 9:18 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Lee

The federal "green" oversight of home sales and continuing lack of small business credit is going to make this a much longer and deeper financial depression than anyone of note is willing to admit.


United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 9:21 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Paul Adams

If you can afford pants, you're doing pretty well. Next year, you might not be so lucky.


Korea, South
Sunday 05th of July 2009 9:50 pm


Position of the Economy: Raped and bleeding from the anus, face down in the gutter     Name: Harry Bobama



United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 10:43 pm


Position of the Economy: We are between D and H     Name: rigel simms

There are a few more (major) financial shoes to drop before we even see a glimpse of the fabled 'M' on the 'ol inverted bell curve of doom.


Turkey
Sunday 05th of July 2009 11:11 pm


Position of the Economy: Probably between M and R     Name: Rob P



United States
Sunday 05th of July 2009 11:51 pm


Position of the Economy: Between H and M     Name: Kevin



Scotland
Monday 06th of July 2009 12:05 am


Position of the Economy: m     Name:



United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 5:55 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: dan jeffrey



Qatar
Monday 06th of July 2009 6:34 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: C



United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 7:28 am


Position of the Economy: Between M and R     Name: Steve

It seems like the stock market is starting to improve, so other factors should start to improve soon as well.


United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 7:33 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Aaron Beemer



United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 7:33 am


Position of the Economy: Obmmageddon!     Name: Obmmageddon!



Burma (Myanmar)
Monday 06th of July 2009 7:37 am


Position of the Economy: In My Pocket!     Name: Obama

Tax! Spend! BWAHAHAHAHAHA!


Kenya
Monday 06th of July 2009 7:57 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Kyle



United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 8:08 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Chris

I'm concerned that we haven't yet hit the "bottom. It seems that there will be more bad news around the corner when people realize that we can't keep freely financing the "big" companies


United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 8:19 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Jones



Ghana
Monday 06th of July 2009 10:47 am


Position of the Economy: H and a half     Name:



Iceland
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:03 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Max



Canada
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:12 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Alan Greenspan

I'm just pissed they won't let me mess with the money anymore.


Rwanda
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:16 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Ben



United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:28 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Queen Elizabeth

We are not amused.


England
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:35 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Smollett



Bulgaria
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:45 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Spike



United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:46 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Griffin



Swaziland
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:47 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: No one important

http://lh4.ggpht.com/_COsjOIxX8ws/SZ8aZIMcnRI/AAAAAAAAB0M/G99pERhhrdQ/National-Debt-Graph.png?imgmax=800


Afghanistan
Monday 06th of July 2009 11:58 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Pete

It's so bad that I printed out your chart and ate it for lunch . . .


United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 12:31 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Stu

How's that "Hope & Change" working for you?


China
Monday 06th of July 2009 12:43 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Eric More

Yeah! That Obama! He sunk this great nation, starting on January 20, 2009, when he was sworn in. Things have been crap since 3pm that day! Before that, everything was awesome and everyone had health insurance and everyone's house was worth $400K and the stock market was going like gangbusters and GM was thriving and gas was free and the military was free and New Orleans was PERFECT.


United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 1:09 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Rob

I'm with Evil Jim. We're in R, I swear. Believe! ARRRRRRRGH!


Qatar
Monday 06th of July 2009 1:40 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Dave

I think we'll turn around soon, but we're not quite at the bottom yet.


Lithuania
Monday 06th of July 2009 4:32 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Sadge

There are still a lot of mortages that won't adjust until 2011(ish). We're going to peak then.


United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 4:44 pm


Position of the Economy: v     Name: a



Afghanistan
Monday 06th of July 2009 5:57 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Auburn Elvis



United States
Monday 06th of July 2009 6:03 pm


Position of the Economy: m     Name: tim

Interesting that you use the Country dropdown instead of the State dropdown in a survey about the American economy.


Canada
Monday 06th of July 2009 8:55 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Jimma Jamal



Afghanistan
Monday 06th of July 2009 8:55 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Ryan Kendall

I'm afraid we'll be stuck in this downward trend for a while until businesses see some incentive to invest and hire. The government can't spend us out of a recession...it just doesn't work that way. The more money they print to cover their spending, the less the dollar is worth and the deeper this recession will get. Hang on. It's going to be a bumpy ride until we see some tax cuts.


Sri Lanka
Monday 06th of July 2009 10:12 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Chilly

We've got a long way to go before hitting bottom.


Iceland
Monday 06th of July 2009 10:47 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: cammo



Australia
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 3:33 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Goldscott



United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 3:58 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Rob Blogo



United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 6:24 am


Position of the Economy: m     Name: ruh

m


Afghanistan
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 6:44 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Nascar Ed

I can't stand the Dutch.


The Netherlands
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 7:25 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Tee Es



Palau
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 8:06 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Eilonwy Llyr

On its way to M. Many people are learning the benefits of NOT LIVING ON DEBT, not HAVING 2 own or lease a BMW/Mercedes and NOT having HUGE mortgages that common SENSE says you can't afford. I've always been careful with my cash. It's made us sick for years on the east coast seeing all these fatcats driving around like they own the world when all they own is DEBT on designer labels!


United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 8:22 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Frank

I think we can all thank Obama for prolonging our economy in the H position


United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 9:08 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Mark Knophel

H


Botswana
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 10:03 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: mark

Significance of DHMRV? Not an economist, of course that may be obvious in my question.


Burundi
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 11:27 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: ShoMeTheFunk

I'm in the oil & gas industry, we're getting new projects now, clients are finally opening up their wallets again and getting government funding. Things are looking up, we just need to hang in there. I'm guessing this time next year all will be well again.


United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 11:28 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Paul



United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 11:41 am


Position of the Economy: V     Name: Babu

Why is the curve upside-down?


Yemen
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 12:06 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Homey

I predict things will start to look up, but then... Zombies. Zombies will be our final downfall.


St. Kitts & Nevis
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 12:27 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Rich

We are on the Rampant Road to Recovery


Mexico
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 12:38 pm


Position of the Economy: m     Name: bull touter

andrew zimmer ate my balls


Gabon
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 12:41 pm


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Doug

Wheee!


United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 2:56 pm


Position of the Economy: Def on the H, still.     Name: Wanksta Pakk

Hovercraft.


Suriname
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 4:02 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Drew



Australia
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 4:33 pm


Position of the Economy: I don't know     Name: Johnson.

I see what you're getting at...M...R...V. Clearly a reference to the great Merv Griffin. You see, Merv could be a solution to our economy. With a wave of his hand, entertainment abounds. Alas I have no idea if Merv is alive still. Does anyone know? And can the lawnmower altering gentleman in Namibia confirm my suspicion that, like Hasselhoff in Germany, Merv is a god in Africa?


United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 5:15 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: TK



United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 5:47 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Vince Klortho

Are you the gatekeeper?


Palau
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 7:23 pm


Position of the Economy: V     Name: Bill

I am from the happiest country in the world. Who cares?


Vanuatu
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 9:35 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: the funk



Djibouti
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 10:00 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Kristin

We're not quite at the bottom yet, but we're not too far off, methinks. Somewhere between H and M. Sniffle.


United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 10:57 pm


Position of the Economy: Missionary     Name: Eric

MISSIONARY POSITION YEA!


United States
Tuesday 07th of July 2009 11:53 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Moschops

Unfortunately this ride has yet to reach rock bottom but I'm hardly surprised to see most people think we're at R. The butterfly flapped its wings in New York and the rest is history. I think it will be another 6-12 months before we reach M, then an equal time before we're firmly back to R territory. Reaching V may be 2-5 years or more after that.


United States
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 12:16 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Matt B



Germany
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 1:49 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Kingfish

Bow before your corporate masters america!


Czech Republic
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 2:24 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Kingfish

Bow before your corporate masters america!


Czech Republic
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 2:26 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Julio

I would have said H last Fall, but since then, the government has quadrupled our deficit and made things much worse. Unemployment is 16% when you include people who gave up looking were forced into part-time jobs. And soon, we'll have big-time inflation, international rejection of the dollar, and massive unfunded pension liabilities. Woo-hoo!


United States
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 7:20 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: ravedave



United States
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 7:52 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Old Man Withers

Private companies keep cutting back and back, laying off and spending less. Meanwhile the lunatics in Washington keep proposing more spending paid for with borrowing from foreign countries, printing more money, and saddling our descendants with debt for generations. I fear the worst!


Norway
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 8:18 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Sean Connery

Ach! Light them wee chil'ren's clothes on fire and spin them around on a bloody rope. Wait, is this the correct poll? Where's me scotch?!?


Scotland
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 8:52 am


Position of the Economy: m-r     Name: Your Mama

But I may be a bit too optimistic...


United States
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 8:59 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: bobby

The way Obama is spending, we're still going down! He spends money like a college girl in a mall, and he isn't showing signs of slowing down! Why are we spending money on stupid things, like "Women's Issues" overseas when we can't even balance our budget? No wonder China is laughing at the US dollar!


Suriname
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 10:00 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Tim

I think you should flip your Y axis so the curve forms a frown instead of a smile. That would better represent the state of our economy.


United States
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 10:10 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Ben Slagle

Tip of the iceberg, tip of the iceberg


United States
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 11:55 am


Position of the Economy: In 'yer bum... ahem, I mean 'M'     Name: Clint Eastwood

Dirty Harry Movies-- Righteously Vicious


Korea, North
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 8:07 pm


Position of the Economy: Curve is fucked up-- no arrows...     Name: Nobama

The economic dip doesn't always look like a meniscus or a happy fucking smiley-- the graphic should have looked like an asshole with cling-on's at various distances from the anus. Right now we'd be the closest turdbit-- the one that's stuck to both buttcheeks.


Afghanistan
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 8:14 pm


Position of the Economy: h     Name:



Sweden
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 9:00 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: J dog

You have much further to go, your consumption is way up, but not on goods which have any value added in American economic zones. Your manufacturing production remains way down, with incredibly high cost of labour and labour support. You have more over-leveraged loans yet to reset. Your high-tech manufacturing is outsourced. Your military is insane. Personal healthcare costs cripple.


Australia
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 9:07 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: J Dog

I meant H dammit.


Afghanistan
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 9:08 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Jiffy Jeff

I'm scared. People are talking about an end in sight, but all the tax revenues keep falling short of forecasts...


United States
Wednesday 08th of July 2009 9:11 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: TacoDave

I think we are still on the way down, especially the way Obama is spending (wasting) money...


United States
Thursday 09th of July 2009 12:18 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Roman

The economy needs more waffles. NOT ENOUGH WAFFLES!


Belgium
Thursday 09th of July 2009 12:23 am


Position of the Economy: Between M & R, closer to M     Name: Phillip



United States
Thursday 09th of July 2009 4:45 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Meat Frappe

I want seafood for breakfast!


Belize
Thursday 09th of July 2009 5:13 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: dude



Australia
Thursday 09th of July 2009 5:35 am


Position of the Economy: D to H     Name: J.C.

We still haven't found the bottom. A stimulus based on massive amounts of debt will not last. In addition to debt problems, I believe we are going to see inflation problems very soon. No matter how unpersonable he may be, and I hate to say it, Peter Schiff is likely right... this is only the beginning.


United States
Thursday 09th of July 2009 5:46 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Grndady



United States
Thursday 09th of July 2009 7:05 am


Position of the Economy: M+1     Name: Andy

The Swiss think we are just coming out of the bottom!


Switzerland
Thursday 09th of July 2009 10:18 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Uncle Sam

This will be long term. Like Japan.


United States
Thursday 09th of July 2009 10:29 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: danielo

(I wanted to choose "Kingdom of Talossa" from the Country list, but it was overlooked.)


Suriname
Thursday 09th of July 2009 2:08 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Odor Eater

BOOOOBS!


Botswana
Thursday 09th of July 2009 2:23 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Bostjan

Don't H-ing believe it! I think the dots on the curve in real life are not so equally proportioned through time.


Slovenia
Thursday 09th of July 2009 3:03 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Zintradi

Seattle... I think we have a little further down to go


United States
Thursday 09th of July 2009 3:30 pm


Position of the Economy: Between D & H     Name: Harb Inger

We're not even starting to level out yet. The housing market may be stabilizing, but that's only a small part of what's keeping us in this mess. Until we stop giving money to people we know can't pay it back, and stop giving money to companies who completely f&*#ed up, and STOP THROWING MONEY WE DON'T HAVE around, we won't come out of this. Let's return to the gold standard. Ban the Fed.


Mauritius
Thursday 09th of July 2009 3:52 pm


Position of the Economy: h     Name: mon



United States
Thursday 09th of July 2009 4:20 pm


Position of the Economy: Q     Name: Gerald

Employment in New Mexico is slow, but it didn't slow down as much relative to other places due to the normal high levels of unemployed people. Sale of big ticket items are not going up here yet, but consumer spending overall has increased over the past few months. The things that are supposed to signal improvement aren't, but things that aren't supposed to improve yet are. That why its Q


Bulgaria
Thursday 09th of July 2009 6:31 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Bernie Maddoff

cause there is more that you havent found out about... ahahahahah (evil laughter)


Monaco
Thursday 09th of July 2009 7:26 pm


Position of the Economy: "h", or acually between "d" and "h", call it "F". That's the grade I'd give the Fed too.     Name: durable goods

We have the option to have a recession within the recession if those losers don't stop trying to monkey with the economy just so they can pass a new "raw" deal that would make FDR blush. Also, it's time to drum out Barney Frank from congress and put his ex over at Fanny in jail.


Iceland
Thursday 09th of July 2009 7:53 pm


Position of the Economy: h     Name: gg allin



Sweden
Thursday 09th of July 2009 8:02 pm


Position of the Economy: poop!     Name: gg allin

I like to eat my poop. Also, I am dead.


Thailand
Thursday 09th of July 2009 8:05 pm


Position of the Economy: h     Name: Paul

but what do I know, I teach English in a foreign country, so long as I get my roubles and vodka every two weeks, I'm happy :)


Russia
Friday 10th of July 2009 12:18 am


Position of the Economy: d     Name: fhm



United States
Friday 10th of July 2009 7:18 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Gump

On our way up as soon as Matt Lauer says so.


Bhutan
Friday 10th of July 2009 2:26 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Kent Phelps

As long as money and the bottom line is more important than life in general, as long as elites view non-elites as 'unwashed masses' or 'useless eaters' things will always be H, M, or R. As someone already said, 'rubles and vodka' in some form, is about all we have to look forward to unless the status quo is changed radically. We need to look at gross domestic happiness way more than GDP.


United States
Friday 10th of July 2009 6:16 pm


Position of the Economy: close to M on the H side     Name: Little Davy Coyle

with socialized medicine coming, the point I chose will reverse course soon


United States
Saturday 11th of July 2009 1:04 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: El Elegante

Once the dead start rising and craving our brains, things will only get worse.


Germany
Saturday 11th of July 2009 4:32 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Jeff

Confidence is the trick.


Canada
Saturday 11th of July 2009 9:10 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Lee Brownell



United States
Saturday 11th of July 2009 12:43 pm


Position of the Economy: None     Name: J

The economy is an L and we are on the bottom


Thailand
Saturday 11th of July 2009 2:08 pm


Position of the Economy: m     Name:



Afghanistan
Saturday 11th of July 2009 7:10 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Sancho Panza



Botswana
Saturday 11th of July 2009 7:12 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Dan



United Kingdom
Sunday 12th of July 2009 7:12 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Josh



Tanzania
Sunday 12th of July 2009 8:35 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Josh



Tanzania
Sunday 12th of July 2009 8:35 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Ben

But I'm still doing fine.


United States
Sunday 12th of July 2009 6:07 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Tim

This is only the beginning. We had a really hard time under Jimmy Carter and he makes Obama look like he's an upstanding, responsible spender! Only 15% of the "stimulus" money has been spent so far. When the remaining 85% come due in 2010 and 2011 -- look out! Massive inflation will be only one of the big time side effects.


United States
Monday 13th of July 2009 10:27 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Jen H.

The economy may be improving, but life for the common person will still continue to worsen for a while.


United States
Monday 13th of July 2009 11:03 am


Position of the Economy: h     Name: rishi



India
Monday 13th of July 2009 10:07 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Rob C

I believe in what Obama said - give the current stimulus time to seep into the economy.


United States
Tuesday 14th of July 2009 9:18 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: tom brokaw



Belize
Tuesday 14th of July 2009 9:20 am


Position of the Economy: S     Name: Me

S for screwed


Afghanistan
Tuesday 14th of July 2009 11:56 am


Position of the Economy: D     Name: DJ

M is a LOT lower than you think. R and V may not exist, depending on how much money congress can print.


United States
Tuesday 14th of July 2009 1:33 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Alex P



United Kingdom
Tuesday 14th of July 2009 4:18 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Brian

With the increasing unemployment, I think we are going to see a second round of defaults.


United States
Wednesday 15th of July 2009 7:13 am


Position of the Economy: V     Name:



United States
Wednesday 15th of July 2009 11:02 am


Position of the Economy: Between M&R, but the curve is flatter heading towards V.     Name: Mr. Murphy



United States
Wednesday 15th of July 2009 12:46 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Lanko



United States
Wednesday 15th of July 2009 3:42 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Lanko



United States
Wednesday 15th of July 2009 3:46 pm


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Jabez



United States
Wednesday 15th of July 2009 10:26 pm


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Scott

I think the reality is we're closer to R, but companies are continuing to behave in a paranoid way to preserve profit gains by squeezing workers. The recovery can't come until the logjam breaks - that is, until companies realize they can't get any more blood from existing workers and consider hiring more.


United States
Thursday 16th of July 2009 9:42 am


Position of the Economy: H     Name: Jimbo

It will get worse.


United States
Thursday 16th of July 2009 11:04 am


Position of the Economy: R     Name: Slipshod



United States
Thursday 16th of July 2009 1:08 pm


Position of the Economy: h     Name: paul



Canada
Thursday 16th of July 2009 1:15 pm


Position of the Economy: h     Name: paul



Canada
Thursday 16th of July 2009 1:16 pm


Position of the Economy: H - of course     Name: Timbobimbo



Switzerland
Thursday 16th of July 2009 3:40 pm


Position of the Economy: NFYNRiLElHfWyXVNNpM     Name: sysrtje

V3yotQ vhsixibuxavj, [url=http://yvoobbgksobz.com/]yvoobbgksobz[/url], [link=http://kcbnpoajqxoz.com/]kcbnpoajqxoz[/link], http://bpbkejpxelqt.com/



Friday 17th of July 2009 11:10 pm


Position of the Economy: r     Name: patb

woo hoo - on the comeback!


United States
Saturday 18th of July 2009 10:26 am


Position of the Economy: M     Name: Jana



The Netherlands
Saturday 18th of July 2009 5:48 pm


Position of the Economy: m     Name: bobby



United States
Saturday 18th of July 2009 8:34 pm


Position of the Economy: WANKR     Name: Bogan Worglan

AUSTRALIA ROX WOO WE DONT HAVE A RECESSION SUCKAZZZ IN AMERICA HAHA YOU LOST YOUR HOUSE


Australia
Tuesday 21st of July 2009 8:07 am


Position of the Economy: WANKR     Name: Bogan Worglan

AUSTRALIA ROX WOO WE DONT HAVE A RECESSION SUCKAZZZ IN AMERICA HAHA YOU LOST YOUR HOUSE


Australia
Tuesday 21st of July 2009 8:08 am


Position of the Economy: DOH! point H     Name: Homer J. Simpson

The government can only hold up the economy for so long until they've taxed all the rich into the poor.


United States
Wednesday 22nd of July 2009 12:37 pm


Position of the Economy: D     Name: Alexis

... We're not trying to trade wheelbarrows full of cash for one lousy loaf of weevil filled bread, yet. Still sinking.


Russia
Thursday 23rd of July 2009 1:23 am

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