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    On no, ... it was a tulip craze ... I assure you

    Inflation adjusted, mind you:


    Are the Bushies not the dumbest Phuckers ever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystery Shopper
    Inflation adjusted, mind you:


    Are the Bushies not the dumbest Phuckers ever?
    BTW when was the tulip craze? 1700's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloviating
    BTW when was the tulip craze? 1700's?
    it's an icon thing
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip_mania

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystery Shopper
    it's an icon thing
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip_mania

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    Edit, Blov said: Geez got to get another computer.
    Thanks, remember reading about it. It's a classic in economics.

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    Rule of thumb: residential rent for one year should be 10% of the value of the house.

    If not (for example it is a lower a lower %), look for rents to rise, or values to fall.

    It could go either way, or a bit of both.
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