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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by LordMercer, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. LordMercer

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  2. DunAzrael

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    Furniture caused the great depression.
     
  3. KroeT

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    No, that was me.
     
  4. kraahl

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    Ah, Ingvar Kamprad... the old swede.
    Well... he used to be a nazi (or at least leaning in that direction) a long time ago.
    Just FYI.
     
  5. Haite

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    How did $18.5 billion suddenly become $53 billion?
     
  6. Lurk

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    It said it was because of the weak dollar. I guess 400 billion crowns gets you more dollars than it used to.
     
  7. Haite

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    I saw it too, my point was that currency doesn't just triple in value...
     
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    it is the register...I thought they had a weak track record for accurate news...I could be wrong, I dont keep up on sites like that.
     
  9. kraahl

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    Yep... $1 used to be about 10SEK, now it is about 7SEK down to the level of several years ago.
     

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