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Bob’s FREE Investment Advice

30 October 2014 @ 08:27

We all know that, at some point, the crap is going to hit the fan in America.

Until that happens and in preparation for the collapse of the economy, there’s no reason why you – yes you – should not MAKE SOME SERIOUS DENARII that will help you be prepared for the coming Downfall [and I ain't talkin' about a parody video].

As a far-seeing sear, who has correctly predicted what this ‘Obama’ fellow and his minions and controllers would do, I have come-up with some investment advice that will assure YOU WILL BE READY WHEN THE DUNG IS FLYING.

This may sound contradictory, but, because there is no future for America as we’ve known it, YOU MUST INVEST IN FUTURES!

But not all futures are going to give you the return on your investments you deserve.

In these troubled times, you need to INVEST WISELY.

And that’s why I, Robert Oswald Belvedere, PHD ['pretty heavy dipsomaniac], am here.

Here’s my FREE investment advice – all I ask is that you not tell the LIV’s about it…

Invest in the following futures and YOU CAN’T NOT MAKE A SERIOUS CHUNK OF CHANGE:

Tar Futures: The real sticky kind.

Feather Futures: Any kind will do.

As things get worse here in The Former United States Of America, as the Left continues it’s fundamental transformation of America into a big Gulag, there will be quite a demand for these items.

Further: Once the feces is flinging, the demand for the following items will increase DRAMATICALLY:

Pike Futures: Those severed heads of Leftists are going to send a message on the city walls by themselves.

Mud Brick Futures: There will be quite a demand, I assure you, for adobe walls that will not cause firing squad bullets to ricochet.

Follow this investment advice and YOU CAN’T LOSE.

The great American Pimple is coming to a head; be ready to squeeze it.

[This post was inspired by my good Friend In The Ether Adobe Walls.]

4 Comments
  1. 30 October 2014 @ 08:41 08:41

    While those investment strategies are worthwhile, I think investing in a few Barretts and a case or 100 of .50 bmg along with those would be prudent.

  2. Adobe_Walls permalink
    30 October 2014 @ 09:05 09:05

    Glad I could help. The Barrett may be a bit too much megaphone for everyday use in the ”frank exchange of views” that is surely coming.

  3. Shermlaw (RS) permalink
    30 October 2014 @ 10:11 10:11

    Actual serious comment. I have a relative on the East Coast who manages other people’s money. Lot’s of money. Two years ago my wife asked her, “What should we invest in?”

    The answer: “Guns, ammunition, liquor and non-perishable food.”

    Ponder that for a bit.

  4. 30 October 2014 @ 18:46 18:46

    Reblogged this on That Mr. G Guy's Blog.

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