It's Monday. Have you gotten your morning does of fear mongering?
2011: A Brave New Dystopia is written by Chris Hedges, who shares how the ominous society-destroying visions of both George Orwell and Auldous Huxley are taking form. (Truth Dig)That's if for now. Enjoy the rest of your Monday! I hope you swallowed the right pill today.
The Sack has taken a sudden interest in Facebook and helped raise $500 million in capital. Goldman Sachs is offering up a special deal for a portion of their uber-wealthy client base -- get a piece of Facebook now. Looks like Zuckerberg wants to cash out and get the hell out of dodge. One particularly filthy rich Russian has gobbled up the hook because he thinks that Facebook is valued at $50 Billion. (DealB%k)
I've written a lot about the pussification of America. One scribe wonders about the high wuss factor plaguing our country. (Wall Street Journal)
More investor riots in Bangladesh. For a second time in the last month, the market has crapped out and pissed off/broke-dick investors have hit the streets en masse to voice their opinion on the state of misery. (International Business Times)
Here comes the run on silver! Massive Withdrawals on COMEX Silver is a bit frightening because I learned that four investors removed over 1 million ounces from the COMEX vault. (Jesse's Cafe Americain)
Luckily, we have Kid Dynamite as the voice of reason. He recently posted a thorough explanation of the key differences between PSLV and SLV. (Kid Dynamite's World)