Skip to comments.Printing money will ZOT all our economic problems!
Posted on 01/12/2010 12:23:04 PM PST by kylemoriens
Hi everyone! I just started blogging here and I thought I'd share my thoughts on the economy. But first about myself, Im 17 years old and live in Pawtucket Rode Island. I make a living as a profesional printer after I quit school and invented a revolutionary way to make money without working. I print it! YES! I can't believe no one ever thought of it before! I thought it up a year ago after I got fired from Wendys. I needed a quick way to make money so I printed it out on my computer using a scanner. I scan a 10 dollar or 20 dollar bill and tada! Free money! I think I will get the noble peace price for inventing this! Free money! With this we can end homelessness, poverty starvation ETC and no one will have to work ever again! I even quit school to get more involved in my job! I just sit in my room printing out wads of money then I go shopping with it! By having the government by big printing presses and printing money we can solve our economic problems! We can keep Social Security, have welfare, even the rich wont have to worry about paying taxes like they do now that Democrats are back in power! I propose printing 1 billion dollars to every one who lost their home in the forclosure scandal under Bush and another few billion for all the homeless and unemployed! Yipee! Our problems are over!
A recent graduate from the new “Outcome Based Education” I see?
LMAO - good one!
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