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Quote #87 by Alpner Quote #87 by Alpner
I do not own any of the quotes in my collection. Most of them were found on the web and I only pick the best out of them. I made these (800x600) images, to print out little entertaining stickers, with minimalistic approach - that's why there is no background.

Because of huge positive feedback among my friends I uploaded them to various sites and here on DA they quickly became huge "hit". I do not consider this as art, but I get more and more requests everyday so I will keep uploading them.

Some of them are just pure fun, some racist or sexually offensive, maybe both, and occasionally with really poor grammar, for which I deeply apologize - please correct me! I will do my best. My intention here is just to make you smile, and nothing more. Hope you like them, but if you don't I don't care... :P

I don't have anything against sharing them, you can use it where you want, whenever you want. The only "copyright" here is the whole collection, not the single quotes. Enjoy!
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AnnieJPix Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
YEP XD
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Kampy Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013
HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA !! :D
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MidmorningDigger Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Touche
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KittyTheNekoAlien Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
That is hilarious!
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deepvision Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2012
"The history of Monopoly can be traced back to 1903, when an American woman named Elizabeth (Lizzie) J. Magie Phillips created a game through which she hoped to be able to explain the single tax theory of Henry George (it was intended to illustrate the negative aspects of concentrating land in private monopolies). Her game, The Landlord's Game, was commercially published in 1923. ...By the 1970s, the idea that the game had been created solely by Charles Darrow had become popular folklore: it was printed in the game's instructions and even in the 1974 book "The Monopoly Book: Strategy and Tactics of the World's Most Popular Game by Maxine Brady." (from Wikipedia)

Interesting also is the fact that when the game is won, all the money is in the hands of one 'Monopolist' and the game ends because, under this condition, a running economy is impossible--the ultimate teaching point of the game.

Since 2008, the world economy has gone from the brink of extinction to a spluttering, uneven recovery fueled by massive money-printing by central bankers everywhere in a desperate effort to get money into the hands of common people to keep things going, all the while as property 'bubbles'--the creation of market abuses and deregulation--pop in country after country after country (U.S., Ireland, Spain, and now, likely China).

With the top 1% in America getting 23% of the income, and the top quintile (20%) getting 84% of the income, and the bottom two quintiles (40%) getting three-tenths of one percent of the income, while governments are drowning in debt because market risk has been socialized while its profits have been privatized, and while those on the 'right' want to slash government spending while maintaining historically low tax rates for themselves, we are seeing the prognostications of this pedantic amusement play out in real terms.

Yes, this was only meant to make me smile--and it has--but... ouch! is it true!
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starlightt1234 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Student Writer
:? what? too much numbers. its confusing me
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Jinggo78 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012
Did you have to inject so much reality into my Sunday? Uneven recovery is a polite way of describing a serious problem. We're not there yet. It's going to take a while to fix this mess. What we have here is a demonstration of how no matter how good a system appears to be (especially on paper) no system can be perfect. Not as long as there are people involved. People screw up everything. LOL
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Zinarc Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2012  Hobbyist
Sad but true.
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OoNinaYuMeoO Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
this is SOOOO true :)
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newera14 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
sooo true lol hilarious
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