Madam Zoloft gazes into her crystal ball: “I see that Elvis will be the BUTT of many jokes for the next few days.”
I’m with you Max.
Well at least the tarot cards could have said ACME on the back.
Looks more like a song from Twisted Sister.
As predicted yesterday, Ora Zella was not stuck. It was just a childish ploy for attention that has REARED its ugly head into a news story.
Highly recommended and specials usually mean, “push it, we made to much and it ain’t selling.”
Apparently Wanda failed to realize that they lived in the Lascaux Cave.
Have you tried a paper bag?
Show me any inflation data for the last three years that shows that inflation hit 18.9% at any given period.
Since you mentioned MIT:
“The MIT Dictionary of Modern Economics defines deflation as “A sustained fall in the general price level.”1 Deflation represents the opposite of inflation, which is defined as an increase in the overall price level over a period of time. In contrast, disinflation, represents a period when the inflation rate is positive, but declining over time.”
Deflation, inflation, and disinflation represent different behavior of the price level. The price level is commonly measured using either a Gross Domestic Product Deflator (GDP Deflator) or a Consumer Price Index (CPI) indicator. The GDP Deflator is a broad index of inflation in the economy; the CPI Index measures changes in the price level of a broad basket of consumer products. The Chart shows the monthly percentage change in the CPI (all urban consumers, all items) over the prior 12-month period, and includes periods of deflation, inflation, and disinflation in consumer prices.