Crash course paradigm

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Ian Dunnett
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Crash course paradigm

Wow!!!!

In the late 1990's I read Bernard Lietaer's THE FUTURE OF MONEY, which fundamentally changed my life. In 2003 I started buying gold, in 2008 I started in the gold business in Mali, Wets Africa.

In early 2000's I read Jared Diamond's book GUNS, GERMS AND STEEL. As an accountant and businessman, these two books helped me to rewrite history in a more wholistic way.

I have also been reading about 120 pages a week of a range of eriudite financial off the wall non mainstream comentary on where the world is going. I knew that our money system was irredeemably broken about five years ago, and am constantly amazed that it just keeps going.

I am deeply moved by your whole approach and ability. The intellectual tools you have used to analyse issues, and the amazing data you have captured!!

I am also totally humbled. I feel that despite my very best efforts over the last 14 years I got absolutely nowhere in a quest for an impirical understanding of how to meet the changes I knew were coming.

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

I will now have to digest and internalize all you have given me, and start a group, which together can work towards implementing some action plan.

I hope I will be able to start an effective Civil Society group

best wishes,

Ian

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Don't tell me this site ain't got no heart
Ian Dunnett wrote:

Wow!!!!

In the late 1990's I read Bernard Lietaer's THE FUTURE OF MONEY, which fundamentally changed my life. In 2003 I started buying gold, in 2008 I started in the gold business in Mali, Wets Africa.

In early 2000's I read Jared Diamond's book GUNS, GERMS AND STEEL. As an accountant and businessman, these two books helped me to rewrite history in a more wholistic way.

I have also been reading about 120 pages a week of a range of eriudite financial off the wall non mainstream comentary on where the world is going. I knew that our money system was irredeemably broken about five years ago, and am constantly amazed that it just keeps going.

I am deeply moved by your whole approach and ability. The intellectual tools you have used to analyse issues, and the amazing data you have captured!!

I am also totally humbled. I feel that despite my very best efforts over the last 14 years I got absolutely nowhere in a quest for an impirical understanding of how to meet the changes I knew were coming.

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

I will now have to digest and internalize all you have given me, and start a group, which together can work towards implementing some action plan.

I hope I will be able to start an effective Civil Society group

best wishes,

Ian

Welcome Ian -

As the late, great San Francisco prophet Jerry Garcia once said.....

"Once in a while
you get shown the light
in the strangest of places
if you look at it right."

You just gotta poke around.....
 

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You make me smile, Dogs!

"Don't tell me this site ain't got no heart!!'

- You make me smile, Dogs!    You are one eclectic mix! 

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pinecarr wrote: "Don't tell
pinecarr wrote:

"Don't tell me this site ain't got no heart!!'

- You make me smile, Dogs!    You are one eclectic mix! 

Hiya pinecarr -

Quite the juxtaposition isn't it?  Those words are from the Grateful Dead song "Shakedown Street" which is in it's own weird way apropos.

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Too funny, DIAP!  Yep, I

Too funny, DIAP!  Yep, I knew it was the Grateful Dead, and could hear them singing it as clear as day in my mind, as soon I read the line you wrote.  But I hadn't thought of the name of the song;  that is strangely apropos! 

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Well Well Well...

 You can never tell!

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Please...stop!  That big of

Please...stop!  That big of a gut laugh this early in the AM...

Ian, please forgive the sidetrack into silliness. ;)   It is good medicine with all that's going on.  Welcome to CM.com!

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