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Jul 18, 2012 | 7:43 AM EDT
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Central Bankers meet to decide the fate of the economy.

It loops, but there are differences in each repetition.



Rated 4 / 5 stars July 18, 2012

= 4th loop was worth waiting for, but this was cheap...

What i find ironic is that this is exactly what these boring old cardboard cut outs do everyday,
So if you find yourself working with these people don't be surprised if your life turns out like ground-hog day, because its bound to eventually.
You see what need is a fresh air in politics someone that knows how to play super mario, and cares about how crap the star wars prequels are...We need OZZY OSBORNE..Second options obviously Batman...

The Verdict:
The presentation was men sitting in chairs talking about boring stuff, Yey?!
The animation was Top notch and well coordinated, the sound along with quality was also good.
The direction was Comedy i guess, but there's only so many loops you can do until it gets old..

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Rated 4 / 5 stars August 13, 2012

Where is my money bazooka? I thought i orderd it a year ago.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars July 19, 2012

This was quite hilarious.
Watch this long enough and you'll see raptor jesus.


Rated 4 / 5 stars July 27, 2012

"Deeeeaaaad!" "Deeeeaaad" ^^


Rated 4 / 5 stars July 29, 2012

Good video, rather accurate. Just thought I'd point out that prices don't have an intrinsic (objective) value. Value is subjective and prices reflect that. Money is a commodity like any other, and has value based on how much of it exists. The more scarce something is the more it is valued. When central banks pump more money into an economy they increase the supply of money, which devalues the currency because there is more of it. This translates to increases in prices, because while the goods and services haven't changed in value, the money has. More money is required to pay for the same amount of goods or services.

Sexual-Lobster responds:

throughout history, whenever the creation of money is decoupled from value, it ends in a spectacular collapse.