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9 Responses to “The Corporate States of America”

  1. Internet Tourettes says:

    Hooters in Florida, too perfect…..

  2. rswojo says:

    LOL. A nearby county board of supervisors (apparently Tea Party types) recently wanted to invest the ALL the counties funds in gold at $1900/oz. The story was in my local newspaper and I have been waiting for a followup on that.

    I will have to write the local newspaper to see if they will do that. If it was my county I’d email them the URL for this blog, not that it would do any good.

  3. Joe_in_Indiana says:

    Have to go back and watch “Rollerball” with James Caan to get perspective.

  4. jimcos42 says:

    Cool. Who’s rolling out the Corporate States fundamentally managed ETF?

  5. Chad says:

    Virginia should be one of the Beltway Bandits. They dwarf AOL. Not to mention that no one under 25 or so has any idea what or who AOL is.

  6. Jack says:

    Wow, just WOW. Campbell’s Soup for New Jersey. I realize this is a jokey thing but where’s the Merck?

    A big whiff.

  7. Stuart Douglas says:

    Chad, yes, AOL?
    UH, No.
    How old was the person who did this?

  8. AlphiesOwner says:

    Agree with Stuart. Was this created on the 90′s? Who picked Pillsbury over Target? Or, for that matter, Pillsbury’s now-owner (in MN), General Mills?

  9. chadhuber says:

    I like mine better… cleaner and more relevant brands.