Gospel means good news. A savior was born and is here for you but you has to believe in him. So get believing.
Now, back to hell on earth.
“Quantitative Easing” a new sophisticated phrase for financial rape by by borrowing money for a tax to pay to the banksters and their too big to fail subsidiaries, that you are supposed to say thank you for. To the tune of billions each month to foreign banksters. Billions with a ‘b’, to ‘foreign’ banksters. Foreign, but you don’t get to know who. Your no supposed to think about "q e 3" ... (just like you shouldn’t think about the worst radiation in history, pouring out of Fukushima).
The forthcoming, inevitable, unavoidable, announcement that ‘the economy is crashed’ what THEN will be the price of holiday prime beef (as if they will leave the power on anyway). Will you, like the stock market crash do the ‘jump out the window’ or do you have other plans? it is $20 federal reserve notes HERE, NOW!
Tuna is $1 for 2.6 ounce pouches...ON SALE that is $2 for 5.2 oz.
Tuna can size 1970 and beyond 6 ¼ oz.
Tuna can size (circa 2007 when I discovered it during the reduction) 6 oz. (then the shelf label and advertisement still said 6 ¼ oz. but the ‘can’ was not)
Tuna can changed a 2010? To a 5 oz. and the meat is no longer compressed, not tight but is loose. I suspect that it is more like 4 oz.
2007 average sale $3 for 37.5 oz. today sale, $3 for 16/20 oz. with today bonus Fukishima radiation likely! Yes the price is double.
Not 2 for $1 on sale for 12 ½ oz. in 2007 - but $1 on sale for 2.6 oz./pouch....this is a 5x increase!
I am glad there isn’t any hyperinflation and the recession ended in 2009. of course the government reported inflation rate, consumer price index (CPI) doesn't include the price of food increases or fuel...gee I wonder why?
Nearly every packaged item on shelves has shrunk, go look at the variation on a 10 lb. bag of charcoal…it doesn’t exist anymore, 9 lb., 8.8 lb., 8.3lb....guess how much a 5 gallon bucket of oil was on the shelf at tractor supply? Well I don't recall the cost but the volume in the bucket was 4.7 gallons.
More of the same, perhaps at an excelerated rate. You can buy can goods, dehydrated, freeze-dried food today and 'freeze' your food price for food of tomorrow at todays prices.