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January 24, 2012, 02:42:36 AM
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I am selling kujoking's debt.  Any serious offers?  PM me for details.
This would be somewhat like bailing out Greece  Grin

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January 24, 2012, 02:47:58 AM
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I am selling kujoking's debt.  Any serious offers?  PM me for details.
This would be somewhat like bailing out Greece  Grin
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January 24, 2012, 02:48:12 AM
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I don't think the comparison is fair.  Greece has absolutely no chance of ever repaying their debt.  Ever.  kujoking might still pay everyone back.

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January 24, 2012, 02:49:19 AM
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To everyone else who loaned to kujoking:

He isn't responding to PMs, emails, invites to gtalk or skype requests, and refuses to publicly answer my questions on this forum.  I've come to expect a default Sad

To kujoking:

I'd be very grateful if you would at least address some of our concerns.  If you began to answer questions and hadn't pulled the "sent coins by accident to someone else" excuse on us, this would look a lot less shady.

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I am selling kujoking's debt.  Any serious offers?  PM me for details.

I bid 0.01 BTC.

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January 24, 2012, 02:55:51 AM
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I don't think the comparison is fair.  Greece has absolutely no chance of ever repaying their debt.  Ever.  kujoking might still pay everyone back.
I thought I did hear that Germany or the European Union are planning to give out loans to Greece, which they'll have to repay? If that wasn't the case, it would be more like financial aid, not a loan already. Huh (correct me if I'm wrong)

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January 24, 2012, 03:12:06 AM
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Didn't they already promise to pay and "have to repay" all the debt that is currenty being written off?  Greece has a very long history of running up debt and then defaulting.  Nothing has changed.  The Greek people have learned that they can get something for nothing and now they expect it.  Over and over again.

No one should lend them another dime.

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January 24, 2012, 03:16:23 AM
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which they'll have to repay

Didn't they already promise to pay and "have to repay" all the debt that is currenty being written off?  Greece has a very long history of running up debt and then defaulting.  Nothing has changed.  The Greek people have learned that they can get something for nothing and now they expect it.  Over and over again.

No one should lend them another dime.

Sorry for being off topic, but the US government also has a long history of default as well - I did some research into sovereign defaults some months ago.
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January 24, 2012, 03:26:26 AM
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Now that is interesting.  I am in the US and the impression I got from my public school education is that the US has never defaulted on a single loan (yet).  I will have to check that out!  Googling now...

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January 24, 2012, 03:40:20 AM
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Now that is interesting.  I am in the US and the impression I got from my public school education is that the US has never defaulted on a single loan (yet).  I will have to check that out!  Googling now...

I too thought the closest the US came to a default on its sovereign debt was this last year during the budget fiasco.

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January 24, 2012, 04:27:18 AM
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The following list includes actual sovereign defaults and debt restructuring of independent countries from 1300 till 2008:[15]

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United States (1779 (devaluation of Continental Dollar), 1790, 1862,[ref 17] 1933 (see Executive Order 6102),[ref 16] 1971 (Nixon Shock)
 - 9 states (1841–1842)[ref 16]
 - 10 states and many local governments (1873-83 or 1884)[ref 16]

The "Nixon Shock" is well worth reading about and the events leading up to the abandonment of the gold standard.  Also cross reference inflation and deflation over time for fun.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sovereign_default
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