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  • Is Gold's Golden Era Over? [View article]
    "Our forefathers knew what they were doing when they wrote into the Constitution that money is defined by a certain weight of gold or silver"

    Poor confused Doug.
    What is the defintion of money in the Constitution?
    What weight of gold or silver is spelled out in the Constitution?
    If you're not too tired.
    May 19, 2011. 11:29 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    Already told you, Doug, there is no definition of money in the Constitution. Anything else I can help you with?
    May 19, 2011. 11:01 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Jim, go read the Constitution and get back to me"

    You're not going to give me the Constitutional definition of money?
    LOL!
    May 19, 2011. 10:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Article 1 Section 8 via the law of the land..."

    Perhaps you'll cut and paste the definition?????

    "FRN's used to be redeemable and the game changed to where they are not"

    And now they're somehow debt which is somehow bad?

    "I'll let you have the last word as I am tired of you"

    I can imagine having your silly claims exposed is tiring for you.
    May 19, 2011. 10:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    Teach me Doug.
    What is the Constitutional definition of money?
    And if FRNs have no interest attached and never have to be repaid, why does that make them bad "debt"?
    May 19, 2011. 10:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Oh wise one Jim, what is the Constitutional definition of money?"

    There is no definition in the Constitution.

    "And nice try at attempting to defer from the "issue." "

    The issue was your silly claim that FRNs are debt.
    May 19, 2011. 09:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Jim, who says you have to pay interest on a loan? For that matter, who says you have to even pay the loan?"

    Excellent! FRNs are debt with no interest charged which never have to be paid back. So what's the problem?

    "I am confused"

    I noticed.
    May 19, 2011. 09:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Jim, again, I have answered all your queries"

    You claimed my $20 is a debt but can't show what the interest rate on the note is or who owes me the interest.

    "Take your Federal Reserve Notes down to your local Federal Reserve Bank"

    Why would I want to do that? I can use them to buy anything I'd like.

    "You can't redeem them there"

    I don't need to redeem them.

    "so you are indebted to anyone who will give you something of value for them"

    Indebted? Give? More words you're confused about.
    May 18, 2011. 10:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Jim, I have answered every one of your questions"

    You must have missed these 4. Try again?

    Will I be receiving a payment on this debt?
    What rate and will they be mailing me a check? And while you're at it, who will be sending me this payment?

    "You keep playing games with things you assume have value"

    Where did I clue you in on my assumptions of value?

    "Federal Reserve Notes used to be redeemed in silver or gold"

    So what?

    "Then it was changed to "will pay to the bearer "dollars."' "

    Again, so what?

    ""This url below might help you understand what you mock as a "theory." "

    I just want proof of your claim that the $20 in my wallet is debt.
    Anytime you find some, be sure to let me know.
    May 18, 2011. 07:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "You prove my point Jim"

    You avoid my questions, Doug.

    "You get nothing but more debt"

    You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    If you ever find out the rate on this "debt" as well as who pays, who collects and how, be sure to let me know. Thanks!
    May 18, 2011. 04:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Jim, the $20 Federal Reserve Note is a "note." By definition it is debt"

    Very interesting theory. Will I be receiving a payment on this debt?
    What rate and will they be mailing me a check? And while you're at it, who will be sending me this payment?
    May 18, 2011. 01:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: From First to Worst [View article]
    "Silver (and of course gold) are no one's debt"

    Do you imagine the $20 in my wallet is someone's debt?
    May 18, 2011. 11:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JP Morgan and the Massive Silver Short: The Greatest Story Ever Told [View article]
    That is a fascinating belief totally disconnected from the reality of commodity exchanges, now or in the past.
    May 17, 2011. 06:03 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JP Morgan and the Massive Silver Short: The Greatest Story Ever Told [View article]
    No such thing as naked shorting when it comes to futures.

    "Kid Dynamite remain$ cluele$$"

    LOL!
    May 17, 2011. 04:10 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Inflation Fears: Real or Hysteria? [View article]
    What do you imagine the error is in that statement?
    May 15, 2011. 06:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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