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Thursday, October 9, 2008, 1:56 PM

October 9, 2008

In this Martenson Report I cover the importance of the credit markets
to the smooth functioning of our just-in-time economy.  If the credit
markets fully seize up it is not a stretch to state that most
businesses and the flow of many goods will also seize up.

In fact this has already happened to a limited extent.  Should this
extend further there are a few basic precautions that you should
consider as a means of mitigating the impact of a potential
banking/credit lock-up.

Follow this link to the report:  How the Credit Markets Affect Us All 

Note:  This report is for subscribers only.

 

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cmartenson
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Yes, I edited (censored) a post...

My bad, I never put up a "posting policy" statement.

Whether or not I agree with the sentiments expressed below, many people access this site from work.  Many work places have content filters that will ban a site based on certain words.

Swear words and hate language ("kill the ___") are two types of content that can get this site on the ban list.

To be fair to the people who might drop by while at work, I need to ask that everyone refrain from using any such language.  In the event that I find such language, I will remove it.  If the post is completely unrepairable, I may remove it.

If any given poster creates continuous clean-up duties for me,  I will remove posting privileges for that person.

Fair enough?

Best,
Chris 

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CPD
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censorship

you've just halved my @#!!*[email protected]#$ vocabulary....

 

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rlee
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In agreement with the 'policy'

Chris,

While I share the sentiments of many (probably all!) of the folks on this site, I wholeheartedly agree that lowering ourselves to vulgarity lessens the content of your work.  I for one am all for an occasional quip here and there to relieve some tension and throw a humorous curve into the mix, but we should remain mature and above the mess that we are commenting on.

Keep it up, you're my daily breath of fresh air! 

 Bob 

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