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Bad economy means the joke’s on us
Bad economy means the joke’s on us

M – Now that the debt ceiling debate has picked your pocket to the tune of about $10,000 for the average 401k, the jokes are flying.

What’s the difference between an investment banker and a pigeon? The pigeon is still capable of leaving a deposit on a new Ferrari. Another one: What do you say to a hedge fund manager who can’t sell anything? “A Quarter-pounder with cheese, please.” Budda bing.

 

Speaking of the economy, I just found out from Stephanie Nelson, a/k/a “Coupon Mom,” that 99% of coupons never get used, meaning over $300 billion in savings gets wasted each year. Maybe President Obama plans on sending unused coupons to pay down our debt.

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