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Bailout By Klaudio Zic
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First bailout to help the nation. What is the general outlook? A war waged at this time brings total defeat along with a decade of crisis. Hitler and Napoleon have made the same mistake. The U.S.A.... More > economy is bound to suffer for a decade before administration gets even...< Less
Bailout! By Bill Holbrook
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In the depths of the Great Recession of 2009, Ms. Trellis and Fastrack, Inc. reaped the benefits of being Too Big To Fail. As the world’s leading data storage firm, the company held so much... More > information that it was in no one’s interest for it to go bankrupt and have the contents of its servers fall into the wrong hands. Hence, a government bailout. On a more personal level, the year saw Wendy Welding near completion of her doctoral studies. Patina had a growth spurt, and discovered that her iPatina avatar wasn’t the only superhero in Cyberspace. Her brother Rusty became Adapter-Boy, and the former computer bug Thrip was transformed into a vampire. Patina’s blogger boyfriend Thom made the switch to Twitter, and Ada Counter was appointed the nation’s cybersecurity czar. Art’s laptop, lacking adequate security, evolved its own defenses. The year ended with the Computer Bug seemingly finding a love interest in a lonely, winsome Spyware. Of course, nothing having to do with the Bug stays intact for very long.< Less
BAILOUT MESS By Frederick Mugula
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This is what the real folks want for a bailout. Read it as poem or just rap it out. WARNING!It's a real jaw breaker.
Need a Bailout By Jungmin Joo
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A second collection of cartoons by Jungmin Charles Joo. Cartoons on the economy, financial crisis, recession and bailouts, etc.
Need a Bailout By Jungmin Joo
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A second collection of cartoons by Jungmin Charles Joo. Cartoons on the economy, financial crisis, recession and bailouts, etc.
Logic of Bailout Strategies By Rudolf Kaehr
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Some thoughts about/of the logic, blend, chiasm and diamond of bailout strategies. Eliciting aspects of the maxim: “Without insurrection, no resurrection".
Hey, Where's My Bailout? By Todd Josko Debbie Lundberg
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With every highly visible and controversial stimulus plan or bailout to rescue corporate America, many individuals have begun to ask, “Hey, where’s my bailout?” Since nobody but... More > you is going to bail you out, authors and entrepreneurs Todd Josko and Debbie Lundberg offer five easy steps to create your own bailout plan for any area of your life – all in only 60 days. An insightful and entertaining read filled with practicality and usefulness, Hey, Where’s My Bailout? offers the tools you’ll want to use to begin living the life you truly deserve.< Less
GERMAN GREEK BAILOUT LEGISLATION AS AN ENABLING ACT By John Ryskamp
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Comparison of German Greek bailout legislation to Paulson's 2008 bailout proposal and Hitler's 1933 enabling act
Bailout over China and the Long Walk Home By Arthur J. Humby
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Journal entries of Arthur J. Humby during walk out of China after being shot down on February 2, 1945.
Kalki By Klaudio Zic
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In the year 2011, of course the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter all enter the zodiacal constellation of Cetus. Allowing for a minimal tolerance, we can already speak of Sun and Uranus, apart... More > from Eris, in Cetus. Among the many questions that will hunt the mind of a beginner is how come that no one ever informed the public about the zodiac. The public was in fact informed online since approximately year 1972. As concern Cetus, prior to the advent of the Academic Zodiac, only vague allusions to the sign of Jonas preexist before its detailed definition as one of the 22 zodiacal stations; and that mostly through the year 2005 when Eris was conspicuously defined within said constellation.< Less