Miffa is da # 1

Monday, October 06, 2008

Foolish dreams? Let’s talk about financial crisis.


I studied economics –nobody is perfect and everyday I regret that decision- but I decided to steal money from consumers and the general public in a more creative way using other methods.

Moving money from one place to another and “letting the ball roll backwards” is a good way to become rich. Of course you need some big bucks to start playing.


But the “all you can drink” is over even for the big banks. Amazingly they are still putting big money in expensive ads in magazines in which they tell you how well they will care about your money investing in trash!


Bravo! Fortis (Miffa loved this bank)


Where yesterday

Bankruptcy today and tomorrow.

Getting you there (even if you don’t want)

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4 Comments:

  • Wow, Miffa studied economics? Anita is hopeless in this kind of subjects.
    It's lucky for you that you have money in a Swiss bank, I don't think they're going under any time soon. ;)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/07/2008 10:15:00 am  

  • Indignada me tienen los putos bancos de las narices. Y los Estados q corren en su ayuda. Y el sistema. Y...

    ppfffff

    By Anonymous katanga, at 10/07/2008 10:30:00 am  

  • Como tiene la desfachatez el Fortis de seguir pagando miles de euros por anuncios en The Economist con este tipo de mensajes.

    Que hijo de ****

    Y ahora a rescatarlos y a recapitalizarlos,

    By Blogger Father Bunny, at 10/07/2008 12:45:00 pm  

  • 9j,

    It was a mistake, who studied economics was me not Miffa.

    Miffa inherited a great fortune that after the crisis is less than a half that it was.

    Miffa loves to speculate and therefore now she is paying for it.

    PS: No carrot cake and expensive chocolates for dessert for a while.

    By Blogger Father Bunny, at 10/07/2008 12:50:00 pm  

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