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Old 03-15-2009, 05:33 AM   #1
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Anyone here get the Inger Newsletter by Gene Inger or have an opinion on it or Gene Inger?
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Originally Posted by Lyle View Post
Anyone here get the Inger Newsletter by Gene Inger or have an opinion on it or Gene Inger?
Until recently we mostly hated all newsletters.

Now, we like 'em all as long as they are extremely bearish and predict the end of the world along with a return to pleasantly bucolic pastimes like vegetable growing, canning and quilting.

Lyle, could you describe the Inger Letter for us?

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Old 03-15-2009, 03:46 PM   #3
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Here is link to the newsletter. The long and short of it is we are not out of the woods yet. No real news there. Seems to like to pat himself on the back a lot for being right. Not sure if he was right in the past or just wants to make everyone think he was.

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