Saturday, February 7

more on "stimulus"


10 comments:

Aggie said...

As a solution it is highly unlikely to work.

lindsaylobe said...

Great cartoon – as I said in a comment on your previous posting the trouble with stimulus packages is we are not clear about what exactly we are we trying to stimulate. Is the stimulus package designed to support sustainable investment in the future or a resurrection of that which is already largely superseded?
Best wishes

Zee said...

I like the "make a five million out of a billion" blurb

SaoirseDaily2 said...

The Walmart cartoon is so real its scary. I like to shop in the little local stores, but, I do shop unfortunately at Walmart too.Shame on me. If I get any money from any stimulus, bailout or lottery there will be some lucky roofer, contractor and handyman here in Spokane.

Have a great weekend.

ANNA-LYS said...

lol deeep!!! ;-)

Have a lovely weekend. I am still waiting for Your thoughts upon my guest-post at http://advertisno.blogspot.com/

Zee said...

OK, I'm sick Anna-Lys
I ate a whole jar of peanuts in the wee hours of the morning, not realizing that they were infested with tons of MSG.
Nevertheless, with a throbbing headache I still managed to post some kind of answer...

Zee said...

Hi Saorise Pirate
I'll fix your roof, even though I hate doing roofs. You are special, so I will come. Price is good, work even better. Just allow me to play music during laborious hours. The range is Mozart to Sex Pistols.

Zee said...

I couldn't agree with you more, Lindsay!

Zee said...

Agge - you are right, the "package" is totally unfocused.

Seraphine said...

hahaha. i think this is really funny.
i'm still waiting to be stimulated.
(too bad it's with my own tax dollars.)