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Old 03-20-2013, 08:10 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by LoneWolf View Post
I disagree with your opinion about the printing of money affecting productivity, but not enough to continually debate the topic.
Of course, you're not from the Austrian School of economics which is the only free-market one that makes the analysis I made.....whether it's productivity or production.
Since I'm ironing shirts for a business trip, I was being brief, because I don't have the time to explain it with a long post or more than one.


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Nice jab at Notre Dame by the way. Does it improve your opinion of me to know I received my masters degree from Wichita State University or is that school filled with communists too?
No. I just think phony economics is taught at most universities. Furthermore,as I recall, you took a jab at me first.
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