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April 01, 2008

Map of Misery

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The Subprime Primer, a 45-slide presentation

From the densely populated regions appear, the skyscrapers of the city behind you! In this 2008 show GEO-Kalender GEO-Fotografen houses in great nature, the dream of living and freedom symbolizing. Houses with a View

Re-post: Monopoly is a game of luck, strategy, and people skills. No strategy will guarantee you a win; that's one of the reasons Monopoly is so interesting. In any given game, a newcomer can beat a lifetime champion. Still, there are a few strategic tips that came out of the computer simulations that will help you best play the odds: you may not win any given game, but in the long run, you'll come out ahead. How to Win at Monopoly - a Surefire Strategy

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Loyal reader of your blog here. Do you have a twitter account...if you do, will you share it with a stranger?? Twitter should record your greatness.

- overboard fanboy

Posted by: ventureblogalist at Apr 3, 2008 5:59:15 PM

hello there,
unfortunately i never got into the networking scene... no twitter... or any other such account...
should i?

Posted by: g-a-b at Apr 3, 2008 6:47:58 PM

I am a realtor in arizona. I think the worst of the real estate market is over. realty prices should rise in 09. greg moser

Posted by: greg moser at Apr 26, 2008 3:43:28 PM

Your Map of Misery brings back memories of the Misery Index. Very creative and informative. I hope the Realtor from Arizona is right when he says he thinks the worst of the real estate market is over.

Posted by: Doug Hall at May 28, 2008 7:12:48 PM