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Given the disastrous social reality in Greece, it's hard to find humor or even acceptable satire in this Spiegel Spass.

Title: Eurogroup agrees to Reform Plans; Lucky Greece

V:  Good that our letter was accepted.
Tsipras: And, old man, it was our last stamp.

Perhaps its because i still can't pay my electric bill, with the power going off tomorrow unless the Goldman Sachs project payment comes quickly. (the lovely mafia utility SWB has already given me 3 weeks past the 1st shutoff date, and today they said no further. I reminded them what happens to medicine and remaining food, but they said that no longer mattered. I did tell them that's what Schäuble has done to Greece, which went over like a lead balloon. lead balloon, get it?)

"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." - Ana´s Nin

by Crazy Horse on Wed Feb 25th, 2015 at 06:03:17 AM EST
Well, Goldman Sachs didn't get where they are today by paying contractors on time.

Perhaps you could sell them your debt to SWB?

Goldman Seeks to Raise Fund to Buy Energy Sector Debt - NYTimes.com

Goldman Sachs is seeking to raise capital from wealthy individuals and other investors for a new fund to invest in the debt of troubled companies in the energy sector, according to confidential marketing materials obtained by DealBook.

The fund, being raised by Goldman's asset-management business, will invest mostly in high-yield corporate credit, the document shows. Known as the Energy Investment Opportunities Fund, it will also buy investment-grade credit and secured bank loans.

It is rightly acknowledged that people of faith have no monopoly of virtue - Queen Elizabeth II
by eurogreen on Wed Feb 25th, 2015 at 06:51:48 AM EST
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