5 Pieces of Tsunami Debris Found

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Items ranging in size from a 164-foot shrimping vessel to a soccer ball have already made their way into North American waters following the March 2011 tsunami in Japan. Full Story

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Since: Mar 08

Over There

#1 Jun 8, 2012
So, when will the government pass a "Tsunami tax" for us? It's been almost a week without some new increase in cost of living and I'm getting antsy

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Since: Feb 09

lufkin

#2 Jun 8, 2012
not to worry. the economy is about to fall apart. cost of living won't be an issue, just living will be the challenge. as it looks more like the current leader is out, things will improve, but once the reality sets in, people will become depressed and the chaos will set in. millions of people who were depending on public sector retirement checks will have nothing. then private investments will lose value with falling stock prices and further downgrades in government credit ratings. cities will default on their municipal bonds, leaving investors with nothing. states will begin thinking about breaking away from the nation. martial law imposed, and dusk to dawn curfews are common. or i could be wrong and happy days are here again :)
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#3 Jun 8, 2012
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“Watch out for snakes!”

Since: Mar 08

Over There

#4 Jun 8, 2012
No, I think you summed it up about right. It's a sickening feeling to know that the 401K I've been paying into for years will soon be gone, once they crash the stock market...again
shadowavx wrote:
not to worry. the economy is about to fall apart. cost of living won't be an issue, just living will be the challenge. as it looks more like the current leader is out, things will improve, but once the reality sets in, people will become depressed and the chaos will set in. millions of people who were depending on public sector retirement checks will have nothing. then private investments will lose value with falling stock prices and further downgrades in government credit ratings. cities will default on their municipal bonds, leaving investors with nothing. states will begin thinking about breaking away from the nation. martial law imposed, and dusk to dawn curfews are common. or i could be wrong and happy days are here again :)

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#5 Jun 9, 2012
Take a simple headline such as; "Alaska Braces for Tsunami Debris"

Now pitch it for the Alaskan Dental Association (L)

"Tsunami braces for that radiant smile"

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