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Funny story: Dollar to be replaced by Amero on Hitler's birthday, April 20, 2009

Dollar to be replaced by Amero on Hitler's birthday, April 20, 2009

WASHINGTON DC - UPDATE1 A reliable source inside the Federal Reserve revised his report today that the Amero will be rolled out on April 1. The new date is April 20, Hitler's birthday date. It will be replacing the Dollar, the Peso, and the Canadian...

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Funny story: Federal Reserve Renounces Usury

Federal Reserve Renounces Usury

In a moment of religious repentence the US Federal reserve has announced that it believes that the national and global economic crisis is due to violating the biblical injunction against lending money at interest. Fed Chairman and newly ordained...

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Funny story: Toxic Securities Futures Rebound

Toxic Securities Futures Rebound

Chicago, IL - UPDATE 1 - High demand for toxic securities and commercial paper are fueling a sharp spike in toxic securities futures. No, we don't mean toxic like aspartame, these are toxic in the financial sense.. bad for your portfoilio, not bad...

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Funny story: Bernake Pledges Aggressive Bubble Attack

Bernake Pledges Aggressive Bubble Attack

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke pledged today - to prevent, and even attack bubbles everywhere. A new small, elite government agency, the Bubble Attack Team (BAT) went into operation this week. Today, Bernanke granted this exclusive inte...

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Funny story: Fed Researcher Discovers Substance More Plentiful Than Sand

Fed Researcher Discovers Substance More Plentiful Than Sand

A research assistant at the Federal Reserve Board, Stanley Mouch, in Washington DC last night discovered a substance which be believes is more numerous than all the grains of sand on the entire plant earth.

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Funny story: Bernanke Blows Bubble

Bernanke Blows Bubble

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced a new plan to save the US economy, at a press conference in Chicago. Standing next to the Dubble Bubble factory, Bernanke promised to blow the economy back up the old fashioned way, wit...

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Funny story: Tea Bagging The Fed

Tea Bagging The Fed

None of us will forget the day it began: Tea Bagging The Fed. They call the act childish in some circles and down right Patriotic in others.

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Funny story: US Fed Slashes Public Interest

US Fed Slashes Public Interest

In an attempt to restore confidence is the US's ailing economy, the Federal Reserve slashed public interest today by reducing the value of everyone's money. And for those Americans who are in debt, the value of the amount of money they owe wi...

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Funny story: Federal Reserve Accepts Worthless Crap In Exchange for "Sewage Backed Treasury Bonds"

Federal Reserve Accepts Worthless Crap In Exchange for "Sewage Backed Treasury Bonds"

WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) - In a radical move to liquefy the bankrupt and insolvent US banking system, the US Federal Reserve has begun accepting all sorts of worthless trash and crap as collateral from banks and securities dealers in exchange for new...

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Funny story: Fed, Candidates Promise More of Same

Fed, Candidates Promise More of Same

The Fed today announced that it would continue to fight the recession, which was caused by the expansion of the money supply and excessive government expenditures, by printing $6 trillion new dollars, and spending it.

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Funny story: 1000 times reward to US consumer offered for overspending

1000 times reward to US consumer offered for overspending

The Federal Reserves and its Chairman, Ben Bernanke along with the US government is trying everything possible to get rid of a recession in the largest economy of the world. Interest rates were cut aggressively; Congress and the President sanctioned...

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Funny story: Bernanke Announces Ron Paul $3 Bill

Bernanke Announces Ron Paul $3 Bill

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke today announced that the Fed would start printing a $3 bill with a picture of Ron Paul on it, as part of a larger plan to stimulate the economy. The Fed hopes that the infusion of billions of the $3 bills will st...

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Funny story: Helicopter Ben gets a new nickname

Helicopter Ben gets a new nickname

Ben Bernanke, better known as "The Helicopter", appeared before congress on Thursday to provide testimony about the current state of the economy and a possible recession.

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Funny story: US Dollar Rises as FBI Confiscates Gold

US Dollar Rises as FBI Confiscates Gold

U.S. Federal authorities have begun confiscating gold and and other precious metals from private holdings in the United States. Beginning with the raids yesterday in Evansville Illinois as FBI agents seized over 2 tons of privately owned bullion from...

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Funny story: Ron Paul Fundraising Back to $0

Ron Paul Fundraising Back to $0

WASHINGTON - Sean Hannity tried to tell us. In a fitting show of irony, the Ron Paul camp today learned that the "Paulites," vehement supporters of Congressman Ron Paul's 2008 Presidential Election campaign and advocate...

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Funny story: Alan Greenspan's Wife Is A Hottie!

Alan Greenspan's Wife Is A Hottie!

(Washington) - Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, 81-year-old Alan Greenspan, has wed Andrea Mitchell, a former NBC news correspondent.

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Funny story: Fed. to bail out failed hedge funds of Bear Stearns

Fed. to bail out failed hedge funds of Bear Stearns

Federal Reserves, under pressure from the U.S. Congress, have decided that when all that matters to solve the subprime market is few billions of dollars, it will bail the funds having maximum exposure to risky borrowers.

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