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    Default Is civilisation collapsing

    You can't help but notice the odd kinds of decay everywhere. Somehow things keep getting worse instead of getting better. People can no longer provide stability , the world is in debt and morality doesnt exist anymore. Life is so cheap and money rules. How long is it before we turn into a Mad Max melt down ?

    Watch the news, look around you ? it all looks pretty fucked

    Riots, stabbings, govement corruption , pregnat woman at "Cage Fights". Maybe Jimmy could put a poll together ?

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    A poll is without a doubt needed here.
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    Bateman: it's not the end of days. Things are not getting worse. You are just getting old....

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    Can I ask a sincere but possibly very dumb question;

    "Who is owed all this money ?"

    I understand all the countries are running at deficit, but who are they borrowing from ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme-ma View Post
    Bateman: it's not the end of days. Things are not getting worse. You are just getting old....
    i would like to think it is just this , but with the fed bail outs of 16 trillion , money supply up and the and as Gary mentions below, if you add up all the goverment borrowing , GDP , GNP using the tables in the Economist it doesnt Balance lol

    Quote Originally Posted by TheUnfitOne View Post
    Can I ask a sincere but possibly very dumb question;

    "Who is owed all this money ?"

    I understand all the countries are running at deficit, but who are they borrowing from ?
    i think civilisation peeked a good few years ago and is now in a downwood cycle..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheUnfitOne View Post
    Can I ask a sincere but possibly very dumb question;

    "Who is owed all this money ?"

    I understand all the countries are running at deficit, but who are they borrowing from ?

    This should help.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15748696

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheUnfitOne View Post
    Can I ask a sincere but possibly very dumb question;

    "Who is owed all this money ?"

    I understand all the countries are running at deficit, but who are they borrowing from ?
    China mostly, seems to own a lot of the USA which is quite amusing.

    Things aren't actually any worse, in many ways things have never been better, you're all too young to realise that lol!
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    ok, i'm on the case with this poll, what kind of options are you looking for?
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    And will this collapse of society end up in the possibilities of zombies ?

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    oh sweet, things are looking up!*

    *not dogs though, they can't look up.
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