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#91
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 12:40:13

"Most people would just take their product to a different market if the price(s) are too low or even hold back the product."

This is why economic policies don't work. Economists don't understand their own theories.
You've been fed the usual bs in some economics course.
You need to review the assumptions behind what you deduce, and believe me, those are indeed fairy tail assumptions.

Where are these people going to take their production? How are you going to hold back your production when you need to feed your children and it's rotting?

The theories can explain this, you just need to interpret them properly. The key is in the elasticity I think.

#92
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 12:26:53

By the way, if you haven't picked up on this, I don't actually think what I said in the first comment.

#93
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 12:10:04

That's just plain ignorant and petty.

"That might explain your slightly compulsive behaviour."
Looks like this is some of that cave-man logic you mentioned before.

What does being gay have to do with this? Why would you make that particular connection? Get a life you homophobe!

#94
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 11:27:15

Theoretically you are right though. When I say "to some extent" I really mean that purely competitive market forces operate "to some extent".

#95
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 11:24:19

I think your version of supply and demand is a fairy tail.
The EUSSR or the Bulgarian government can tell you you when to kill your animal and it can also tell you at what price you will be compensated.
The EUSSR can even tell you that you can't produce something at all. Which they do all the time under the precedent of "efficiency", "environment" or "stability" and others.

Moreover, if you've ever been to the local markets where the livestock and grain get sold, you'll realize prices are usually carefully controlled by the local mafia. This is indeed supply and demand to some extent, but the agents in the market are determined by a few people.

#96
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 11:14:36

The bible teaches us "an eye for an eye". I say give the hostages guns and let them do to him what he did to them.

I think people should just have guns, then this would've never happened in the first place and we wouldn't need any psycho-the-rapists. How can you not agree with that?

God wants people to love each other and guns are the only way.

#97
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 10:38:03

No, I think we need to invest in a time machine and go back in time to the sunny days of communism.

Besides, our guardians, US and A and the EUSSR will never give us permission to have our own revolution.

#98
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 10:22:41

That's what I thought, obvious attempt to destroy yet another local industry.

Even if those people get compensated, that will probably have major effects in the future. It's hard to invest time and savings, buy and raise animals that someone will take from you at whatever price they want. If they can get away with it once, then this will mess up the region.

There is also the possibility that some organized crime is responsible. There are many "entrepreneurs" trying to "establish" themselves in the remaining industries Bulgaria has.

#99
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 09:10:40

Ok. You win, I don't have any comeback for "delusional disorder", that was unheard of! You're a champ.

I have more important things to do now. I let you play with yourself from here on. And do play nicely, don't go around shooting people will your oiled-up rocket launcher.

#100
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 08:56:43

It's not an issue of me not having sense of humor, nothing you've said was funny.
Especially your pathetic first comment with "yeah!" at the end. Any 8-year old will tell you that's totally lame.

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