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100 Million Dead in US

by Karl Denninger, Market Ticker: Go ahead folks, read this one. Accordingly, I must communicate to you at this time the full extent of our dire fiscal straits and the potential disruptions that we face in addressing even our most critical core responsibilities going forward into the new fiscal year.

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