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Supplement to Weekly Stock Market Report Apr 4, 2010

There is nothing magical about $100,000. Chaos can ensue before or after $100,000 per capita U.S. debt is attained. The problem is that the debt projections are usually underestimated. The $100,000 per capita U.S. debt will most likely occur well before 2040. Those 26-year olds, who like the recent healthcare bill, will never be smart enough to figure out how stupid they were (are), but they will pay the price. Stupidity invokes an unforgiving revolt against the organism's errant behavior.

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