Forums Forums Forums!

So after getting some comments from “mike” I decided to switch the forums over from phpBB to Vanilla, and moved over all of the comments.

Sadly if you are one of the few users who registered on the old forums you will have to register again, sorry for the inconvenience.

Please let me know what you think of the new forums, I’m not sure what it is but for some reason I really like what they’ve done with Vanilla. At first I was a bit put off by the look, but as I used it more I really liked the “flatter” discussion oriented look.

Hopefully I’m done fooling around with the forums and I can actually get back to some python!

So go browse the forums!

2 thoughts on “Forums Forums Forums!”

  1. RE: Short-term, from a Keynesian perspective, I can see no intiaflon, with deflation likely. Workers are unable to demand higher wages. There are plenty of goods in the market for those with dollars to purchase.If there was a supply shock, such as China slowing down the flow of goods to the US, then that might be intiaflonary. If workers suddenly can demand higher wages, then that’s intiaflonary. I see neither a shortage of goods to spend money on, nor do I see workers demanding higher wages within the next 5 years. I also see that this housing problem’ could go on for 5 years too. (It’s not a housing problem for those looking to buy.)As always, if the printing presses print enough dollars, there will be some level of intiaflon, but the presses must keep up with all the currently disappearing dollars. Part of the problem, however, is that the velocity of money is relatively low from hoarding. If the velocity picks up too fast with an excess number of dollars, then intiaflon is going to be a problem.Baring some extensive government intervention, in the next 5 years, I don’t see much threat of intiaflon.Long-term is another topic. As the population ages, there is likely going to be a demand for consumption problem. I suspect the boomers are going to be in for a real shock as far as the purchasing power of the retirement benefits. I definitely don’t see how the dollars can just keep increasing in value as more and more boomers retire, but in the short-term we have housing prices going down. Rate this comment: 0 0

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