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Conza88 replied on Thu, Apr 1 2010 11:36 PM

 

 

 

 

 

Ron Paul is for self-government when compared to the Constitution. He's an anarcho-capitalist. Proof.
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Nielsio:

This is so bad ass.

 

To paraphrase Marc Faber: We're all doomed, but that doesn't mean that we can't make money in the process.
Rabbi Lapin: "Let's make bricks!"
Stephan Kinsella: "Say you and I both want to make a German chocolate cake."

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DD5 replied on Fri, Apr 2 2010 4:49 PM

al gore the idiot:

There should be a bush and with that Hitler photo if it the analogy is to have any meaning at all.  On second thought, make it a Regan!

The problem is that most of them were most likely made by mindless neocons, which plays right into the trap of the "race card" accusations.  

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I like the Obamanomics one

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Gipper replied on Fri, Apr 2 2010 6:34 PM

This thread is AWESOME!

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Valject replied on Sat, Apr 3 2010 12:03 AM

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On a lighter note, here's a little something I've been working on. I'm nearly done:

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MMMark replied on Sat, Apr 3 2010 10:37 AM

Sat. 10/04/03 11:38 EDT
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Conza88:
I first saw this cartoon in Jack Herer's book The Emperor Wears No Clothes:

trulib:
Coincidentally, I searched for and found that cartoon about six months ago.
Stupidly, I neglected to save it, and frustratingly, I can no longer find it.

I'll keep trying.

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By request of the OP Conza, we're in the process of merging the off-topic stock market posts into a new thread.

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DD5:

There should be a bush and with that Hitler photo if it the analogy is to have any meaning at all.  On second thought, make it a Regan!

The problem is that most of them were most likely made by mindless neocons, which plays right into the trap of the "race card" accusations.

I saw the original picture years ago, and indeed it had a Bush pic next to Hitler. The above version was photoshopped and cropped. Originally the poster was publicly hanged on a tram stop in Finland, as you can see here (lol).

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They only make it worse!

 

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Sieben replied on Mon, Apr 5 2010 7:35 AM

^ Well they aren't. And we've gotta get health care now to millions of americans who might not have the right cancer treatment it doesn't matter how much it costs! Also Africa and South America do not exist. Except for Chavez, cus he's a dictator ha ha.

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Bert replied on Tue, Apr 6 2010 2:35 AM

I got some socialist complaints for this one.

Both images were made by a fellow comrade.

I had always been impressed by the fact that there are a surprising number of individuals who never use their minds if they can avoid it, and an equal number who do use their minds, but in an amazingly stupid way. - Carl Jung, Man and His Symbols
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I just finished this. I taught myself a lot of Latin in the process:

 


 

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abskebabs replied on Mon, Apr 12 2010 7:02 PM

"When the King is far the people are happy."  Chinese proverb

For Alexander Zinoviev and the free market there is a shared delight:

"Where there are problems there is life."

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Joe replied on Mon, Apr 12 2010 8:32 PM

Le Master:

I just finished this. I taught myself a lot of Latin in the process:

 


 

 

care to explain/translate it in some more detail

 

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Le Master replied on Tue, Apr 13 2010 11:19 AM

Literature of the late Middle Ages were often illustrated with drawings in this fashion. The top of this one explains that this is a tree born in the Austrian philosophic garden. It is rooted in [purposeful] human action, logic, and private property. One half of the tree grows up into the main branches of the sciences of human action. The other half displays Austrian methodology. The banner apprises the traveler that he may enter and stroll through Mises's philosophic garden and that he may promenade in the ethical garden of Rothbard. The towering figures, Aristotle and Aquinas, are eulogized and are given residency in the estate.

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Le Master:

I just finished this. I taught myself a lot of Latin in the process:

i took two years of latin and most of those words are beyond what I learned. that is unbelievably cool. it looks like it was made three hundred years ago or something. i think it would look so awesome as a book cover. what is the significance of the setup of "Aristotle's Philosophic Building/Structure"?

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Andius replied on Thu, Apr 15 2010 2:06 AM

Okay, that Stormtrooper one = Badaaaass.

 

I want one. ^^ hehehe (All hail the 501st! )

 

yeah, I am a stormtrooper geek, so sue me.

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Conza88 replied on Thu, Apr 15 2010 4:57 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ron Paul is for self-government when compared to the Constitution. He's an anarcho-capitalist. Proof.
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Sieben replied on Thu, Apr 15 2010 8:02 AM

CONZA

What's the source on that table? I wanna see more!!!!

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kurlare replied on Thu, Apr 15 2010 9:35 AM

I love this one!

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Orthogonal replied on Thu, Apr 15 2010 10:44 AM

Conza88:

It's so obvious, how could everyone not see it. I knew the Military Industrial Complex and the Banks would feature heavily on a list like this, but wow.

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CrazyCoot replied on Thu, Apr 15 2010 8:04 PM

 

 

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Conza88 replied on Sun, Apr 18 2010 6:08 AM

Ron Paul is for self-government when compared to the Constitution. He's an anarcho-capitalist. Proof.
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Joe replied on Sun, Apr 18 2010 7:55 AM

 isn't that image implying that there are certain regulations that can fix everything?

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Conza88 replied on Sun, Apr 18 2010 8:03 AM

Maybe it's not as clear as I thought. I haven't seen the movie, I guess that plays some kind of role.. thought it was on dailyreckoning..

 

04/17/10 Stockholm, Sweden – Unable to find a correct approach to financial regulation… because for regulation there rarely is… Congress is looking to regulate simply for the sake of doing something.

Unfortunately, combining additional, new regulation with even less strategic thinking is unlikely to diffuse the next financial meltdown.

http://dailyreckoning.com/the-devil-may-care-approach-to-financial-regulation/

Ron Paul is for self-government when compared to the Constitution. He's an anarcho-capitalist. Proof.
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Bert replied on Mon, Apr 19 2010 8:45 PM

Yes, because the computers in the 16th century made the iPad look like a relic.  I had to post this for sarcasm.  I wonder what the creator of this image was thinking while making it.

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filc replied on Tue, Apr 20 2010 12:33 AM

Man that last image is really amazing. It's really ironic, I wonder if people in the 16th century were able to make digital images and post them on the interwebz?

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Nielsio replied on Tue, Apr 20 2010 10:47 AM

filc wrote:

Man that last image is really amazing. It's really ironic, I wonder if people in the 16th century were able to make digital images and post them on the interwebz?

What; hanging a painting on the street corner isn't good enough for you?

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Havana harbor:

I took this shot a couple months ago.

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Conza88 replied on Wed, Apr 21 2010 11:24 AM

Ron Paul is for self-government when compared to the Constitution. He's an anarcho-capitalist. Proof.
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Conza88 replied on Wed, Apr 21 2010 8:55 PM

 

HT: LRC

Ron Paul is for self-government when compared to the Constitution. He's an anarcho-capitalist. Proof.
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Nielsio replied on Wed, Apr 21 2010 9:46 PM

From Tom Wood's Facebook (not me):

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