Monday, August 20, 2012


8-20-2012 Austin-Powers-For-PM: The Dinar RV is sort of like an earthquake along the San Andreas Fault in California.  We know it's coming, we don't know when, and we don't know how big.  So if the guru's were all earthquake experts, how would they be reporting this to us?

Let's take a look: Bluwolf:  Would be standing right on the fault screaming "Any Second Now," but nobody would be paying attention to him anymore.

"The earthquake should have already happened."

Dan (Checkmate):
  Would be talking incessently about why we need to get our earthquake preparation kits in order and why all the other earthquake guru's are wrong

"It's a great day for an earthquake." 
  Gary:  "Dr Todd is still scratching his head wondering why this earthquake hasn't happened yet."

  Adam Montana:
  Believes that the earthquake will start small, and then there will be multiple earthquakes getting bigger over time.

  He has been told that the U.S. Geological Survey is giving him exclusive rights to announce the earthquake to the entire world.

  Keeps staring at the seismonitor screens waiting for the earthquake to register.

  Tells us once again that we will not have to go through another weekend without an earthquake.

BGG:  Believes that Maliki is somehow stopping the earthquake and until he is removed from the San Andreas Fault, it' won't happen.

  "The corrupt politicians have figured out a way to stop this earthquake, and they have to be removed."

SWFG:  Would produce endless reasearch articles detailing exactly why the earthquake has to happen, but still wonders if this is all true.

Would be sitting in a Starbucks near the San Andreas Fault talking aimlessly about geological events that might be happenng soon, but nobody can understand what he's really trying to say.

  "Y'all know that I'm the smartest earthquake predictor in the entire world, and I have it on great authority that the earthquake will start in Reno."

Will sound like Billy Mays as he does infomercials selling his brand of earthquake prediction insturments to the public.

  Says the earthquake won't be happening for years and years down the road while he still eagerly sells earthquake insurance to the masses.

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