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Be glad that you're greedy; the
national economy would collapse if
you weren't.

Mignon McLaughlin

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The poverty of our century is
unlike that of any other. It is
not, as poverty was before, the
result of natural scarcity, but of
a set of priorities imposed upon
the rest of the world by the rich.
Consequently, the modern poor are
not pitied...but written off as
trash. The twentieth-century
consumer economy has produced the
first culture for which a beggar is
a reminder of nothing.

John Berger

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Our modern industrial economy takes
a mountain covered with trees,
lakes, running streams and
transforms it into a mountain of
junk, garbage, slime pits, and
debris.

Edward Abbey

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Category: Internet

The Internet isn't free. It just
has an economy that makes no sense
to capitalism.

Brad Shapcott

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Category: Money

The economy depends about as much
on economists as the weather does
on weather forecasters.

Jean-Paul Kauffmann

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Category: Age

They talk about the economy this
year. Hey, my hairline is in
recession, my waistline is in
inflation. Altogether, I'm in a
depression.

Rick Majerus

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The gap in our economy is between
what we have and what we think we
ought to have - and that is a moral
problem, not an economic one.

Paul Heyne

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Category: Math

Mathematics may be defined as the
economy of counting. There is no
problem in the whole of mathematics
which cannot be solved by direct
counting.

Ernst Mach

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Economy problem Money Addiction

Category: Dogs

My dog is worried about the economy
because Alpo is up to 99 cents a
can.  That's almost $7.00 in dog
money.

Joe Weinstein

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Money Economy Business Finance

Category: Poverty

The poverty of our century is
unlike that of any other.  It is
not, as poverty was before, the
result of natural scarcity, but of
a set of priorities imposed upon
the rest of the world by the
rich.  Consequently, the modern
poor are not pitied...but written
off as trash.  The
twentieth-century consumer economy
has produced the first culture for
which a beggar is a reminder of
nothing.

John Berger

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Rich Poor Economy Culture Before Money Society Education History

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