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Date Signed Up:8/03/2012
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#52 - Corgi thread!  [+] (2 new replies) 03/20/2013 on fukyuh +5
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#61 - joiik (03/20/2013) [-]
>wants corgi thread
>post one picture
dafuq
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#59 - iom (03/20/2013) [-]
just to fucking cute man
#52 - Picture 03/20/2013 on Ain't always easy being goth +6
#43 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 03/20/2013 on great success 0
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#189 - Yes, but it was government encouraged. Absent government inte…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/19/2013 on Capitalist America 0
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#191 - bigmanfifty (03/20/2013) [-]
Canada is the model you should follow in that respect. They have an extremely conservative banking sector and they were more or less untouched
#58 - It was worth a shot. I apologize, white people. 03/19/2013 on wrong place right time 0
#13 - shut up meg  [+] (2 new replies) 03/19/2013 on wrong place right time -5
#26 - anon (03/19/2013) [-]
fail

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#58 - cumwhore (03/19/2013) [-]
It was worth a shot. I apologize, white people.
#340 - implying that opposing further government intervention into th… 03/19/2013 on Good guy world +1
#178 - Picture 03/16/2013 on God damn feels... +15
#221 - **cumwhore rolled a random image posted in comment #14 at … 03/16/2013 on Every Fucking Time 0
#184 - Care to expand on that?  [+] (3 new replies) 03/15/2013 on Capitalist America 0
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#185 - bigmanfifty (03/15/2013) [-]
sub-prime lending by the private banking sector led to the 2008 crisis.
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#189 - cumwhore (03/19/2013) [-]
Yes, but it was government encouraged. Absent government intervention, banks have an incentive to not lend recklessly, seeing as they risk not getting their money back. But, if they know for certain that the government will bail them out anyways, they'll loan to people that they wouldn't otherwise loan to. Then, everyone gets in on the action because they think there is something there that really isn't.
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#191 - bigmanfifty (03/20/2013) [-]
Canada is the model you should follow in that respect. They have an extremely conservative banking sector and they were more or less untouched