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What will the depression be like in our modern era?

Asked by TrenchantWit (285points) September 29th, 2008

I picture kids on the streets wearing rags and trying to peddle newspapers, rich guys with long curly mustache’s that tie damsles to train tracks…

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JackAdams's avatar

We should be able to once again purchase bootleg alcohol from Speakeasies in Chicago.

EnzoX24's avatar

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m looking forward to the marijuana surplus.

Fieryspoon's avatar

The only thing I’m worried about is whether or not we’ll be able to get efficient renewable energy sources before it’s too late. If we don’t invent them now, it’ll be harder and harder, and eventually impossible, as we lose our stepping stone of oil to develop it. I feel like we can probably weather any other problems, in time.

TrenchantWit's avatar

ha…I’m all about the marijuana surplus, but seriously i’m wondering peoples predictions on what is quite possibly going to happen

tWrex's avatar

I’m looking forward to lower gas prices. As far as how it will look, well we’ll probably get our internet cut o….

augustlan's avatar

I’m afraid that the vitriolic anger Americans feel towards people of the opposite political party right now may be a tinderbox ready to blow. In the last depression, people killed themselves. In this one, I fear they will turn on each other.

tWrex's avatar

I’m seceding from the Union! Haha! I called it first! Now everyone else is a copy-cat!

ArizonaPancakes's avatar

a tv in every room

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