- How long can the global economy sustain a major disaster? About a week, according to experts. This short article provides a lot of information.
- Greeks feel the very real effects of economic crisis - and are begging for aspirin. Literally. While we'd like to think something like this couldn't happen here, we've had runs on drug supplies before during pandemic fears. This is what the slow slide looks like. I hope you are taking notes.
- Is 2012 the year in which we live dangerously? A guest at ZeroHedge seems to think so. (Thanks to Big Jerid for the link).
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
SDS Briefing for the Tuesday, January 10, 2012