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Subject: Re: Lies, damn lies and CPI Date: 3/25/2013 8:31 PM
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"It seems to me that your post was about an interesting topic, but had little to do with the topic being discussed."

Right-o Joel.

I should have said you missed "my" point, instead of "the" point, but I'm very self-involved and since you directed the comment at me by name, I figured it was a fair assumption that you were responding to my point, not a point upthread that I probably didn't pay much attention to. :)

I was just trying to separate the data from the source, because whether Hussman is right or wrong or provides value for anybody, that chart shows a relatively objective fact that's worth considering.

Regardless, I'm done with this thread. This is one reason I quit reading the boards much over recent years. I tend to be attracted to responding to discussions that offer no value in terms of making me a better investor, but help hone my online forum bickering skills tremendously. Unfortunately, these discussions predominate, and I help cause that when I'm around. :(

Best..
kevin
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