Chris/0:Dollars are a fluid on the macro scale, you see. This is why we differentiate between macro- and micro-economics, and why converting an asset to cash is called "liquidating."
me:that's also why so many rich people are drowning in funds
Chris/0:It all ties together.
me:that's also why they refer to fluid markets and money flowing from one entity to another
Chris/0:Not yet certain where the bears and bulls fit in, however.
me:what most people don't know is that when we were on the gold standard it was actually molten gold. we dipped that bull in it and set him up at wall street.
me:the bears and bulls used to fight each other for the gold. the bears would horde it and insulate their caves for winter. the bulls would decorate their horns with it and fight each other for prominence. in the bull species shiny gold horns are a sign of virility.
me:it's not well known but ron paul is actually the bear king. he's the smallest, least threatening, and most hairless of his kind which let's him blend in with humans almost undetected.
me:george bush is a bull prince. if you squint you can see his horns poking up through his hair. especially easy to see when in front of a fire, the dancing light reflecting off the gilded points