Does it worry you about Greece's rapid financial collapse?

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Jazzy shizzle
Asked at 2012-08-25 16:09:19
I do not know about you , but I " m very concerned about Greece's economy crashing down I read this morning that the gas and electricity companies planning an emergency meeting next week to see if there are ways in which countries can keep profits do not have enough money to pay creditors . too read the prison system does not have enough money to provide food for inmates and food shortages are going to get worse for the world's citizens everyone.We are sitting and watching this crisis in our Internet and TV news services , what bothers me is when I try to discuss this topic with others are a little crazy and lace " , so long as they are not here in this country . " But it's not just them last week Wall Street began to get nervous and fell trade figures is affecting us and if the Euro crashes that will certainly affect the U.S. we are still recovering. 're Going to want what best for Greece and Europe and hope to withstand the difficult days ahead .
Answer1aadkfjldjfAnswered at 2012-10-21 03:52:57
Yes , it is very disturbing , especially so for the many poor people living in Greece . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Many older people remember much , much harder time , though, and be able to adapt , are younger people living in core housing in big cities , you probably do worse . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I would not worry too much about Prisons , 2000 calories per day are postponed indefinitely hungry , and that's just a couple of bowls of soup a day wiith some onion , once or twice a week to keep scurvy at bay . MedlinePlus It's not like they're working hard , hmmm ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus And you are right in saying that this international causes discomfort and lack of confidence , you just have to bend over and hope for the best , that's all .
Answer2CUNYAnswered at 2012-10-24 03:08:33
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