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The 13 Best Articles In 2013 On Sex, Satire & Systemic Spying will receive well over 1,000,000 visitors again in 2013 and is now a “go-to” destination for a diversifiedswimsuit-2013 account of economic, financial and investment analyses, opinion, advice and education – and the occasional sex, satire and outright humour/humor to spice and/or lighten things up.

Below are introductions (with links) to 13 such articles posted on in 2013.

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1. Going Topless Is Legal In These U.S. States & Canadian Provinces


Going topless for both men and women has come a long way over the last 77 years but still has much further to go as the map of the U.S. below illustrates. Read More »

2. Average Age of First Sexual Intercourse by Country & 49 Other Informative Views of the World

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If you’re a visual learner then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make a point resonate with readers and this collection aims to do just that. Read More »

Economic Satire:

1. New Central Bank ‘Market Assistance Directive’ (MAD) Is Pure Madness – Absolutely Unbelievable!


Central banks are now privy to not only the emails and phone calls of all the world’s politicians, business leaders, journalists, accountants and lawyers but to the innermost thoughts of every citizen who uses an electronic device for communication. With this information we can use our resources to control the global markets. Read More »

2. Funny Business: An Expose on What the World’s Central Bankers Are Up To

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This article relates to a recent dinner I had with an European Central Bank [ECB] “executive” during which it was expressed/revealed (some might say, confirmed) that there is an on-going global conspiracy by Central Bankers to overthrow democracy and take over the world so to speak in what many refer to as a New World Order (NWO). My first reaction was that what he had to say was outlandish but, upon reflection, I think, in spite of the humorous circumstances surrounding the meeting, what he had to say was of considerable merit. Read on and express your own views in the Comment Section at the end of the article. Read More »

3. My Personal “(:Report:)” from the World Economic Forum in Davos

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I am on assignment at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Unfortunately my previous commentaries irked the organizers so profoundly that I was not allowed the intimate access usually accorded friendly members of the media. No matter, I am staying at a pleasant bed and breakfast about an hour and half outside of Davos….[But I digress. Back to the Forum.] Words: 2369 Read More »

4. The Central Bankers’ Theme Song: “Money, Money, It’s a Rich Man’s World!”

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I was afforded a most extraordinary experience recently that has given me unique insight into our global financial and political systems. The information I gleaned from this experience is disturbing. What you are about to read will forever change your view of banking, politics, economics and money. It certainly did mine! Read More »

5.  Hilarious! A Stand-up Comedy Routine By a Stand-up Economist


There is nothing dry and boring about economic and politics when you have a sense of humor, an understanding of the realities of the situation and are prepared to let it all hang out. Peter Schiff did just that recently in a hilarious stand-up comedy routine at the NY’s Funniest Reporter Show in which he talked about Bernie Madoff (Ponzi 101), Ben Bernanke (QExit) and using the name Peter Stiff. Read More

6. Here’s How Your Car Insurance Rate Is Calculated & Some Outlandish Ways to Reduce It

Below are 10 factors considered by insurance companies when establishing what you have to pay for coverage and some suggestions (some rather outlandish) how you might be able to positively influence some of them to your financial benefit. Read More »

7. 1,510,000 Views: A Satirical Look at U.S. Debt Ceiling Limit from a Personal Perspective

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The United States debt limit is explained in this 3:09 satirical video which takes a look at the national debt from a family perspective. Very amusing – very insightful – very troubling. Read More »

8. A Hilarious Earth Day Rant from George Carlin

I’m tired of ——- Earth Day [Hour], I’m tired of these self-righteous environmentalists, these white, bourgeois liberals who think the only thing wrong with this country is there aren’t enough bicycle paths. Read More

9. Have an Under-performing Employee? Here are 32 Priceless Evaluation Quips to Quote

Here are 32 are “actual” quotes taken from Australian Federal Government Employee Performance Evaluations. Don’t you just love the creative candor of the persons evaluating what were obviously ‘under performing’ employees? Share them at the office to lightened things up. Read More »


1. NSA Is Spying On All YOUR Financial Activities – and More, MUCH More

For many Americans, it is inconceivable to imagine the United States of America, the so-called “Land of the Free”, as a police state but it is a police state and has been one surreptitiously for decades. This article clearly outlines why that is the case and what you can do to protect your privacy from government spying. Read More »

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  1. Cheers, thank you for posting this!