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World Business: In for the Long Haul 30/01/09

World Business: After much talk of slowdowns and downturns, the term Recession is now accepted. But so far the feeling has been that whilst 2009 will be a to… Ukrainian opposition leaders have now signed that EU-brokered agreement with President Yanukovych that seeks to end the crisis and bloodshed in the capital K… Video Rating: […]

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General Eisenhower Sells War Bonds 1943 US Army World War II 2min

more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html from US Army film MISC-1037 “What Makes a Battle” Public domain film from the National Archi… Video Rating: 5 / 5 THE PORTHOLES DISAPPEARED ON BUICKS THIS YEAR BUT WERE LAVISHED WITH LOTSA CHROME AS YOU CAN SEE ON THIS PINK AND WHITE ORIGINAL SURVIVOR. CAR SALES WERE DOW… Video Rating: 5 […]

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Recession Brings About an Increase in “Staycations” Around the World

This has led to an increase in domestic tourism in the United States, Europe and Japan. In the United States popular “staycation” destinations are America’s national parks, particularly the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone National Park. Washington DC, and Niagara Falls are also near the top of the list. The United States Department of the Interior, […]

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WE’RE BACK! Greek Recession | Better World | Good News

Better World focuses on 3 “good” stories per week. Showing everyone that it’s a better world. The good news may have not heard. Starring: Corey Wakefield Ste… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Unexpected Recession Benefit – A Happier, More Balanced World

Here’s what I see happening now that our official global economic downturn is creeping toward the six month mark: More kindness, less waste, less consumerism, and a sudden, tender vulnerability in the population. No better bonding agent than discomfort, eh? And some shifts that will ultimately move many back toward what they always wanted to […]

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