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Downturn Spurs 'Survival Panic' for Some in the US

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by soctal, Dec 19, 2008.

  1. soctal

    soctal Regular Member

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    Downturn Spurs 'Survival Panic' for Some in the US


     
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    what was the point of this post again?
     
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    I am planning on making some sites that cater to these poor souls. They'll be looking for help in all areas of survival ideas, thrift, home business schemes, skills training, job searching, debt, credit etc.

    Not to mention that you can probably get some good Craigslist money from this too. Those who know, know what I'm saying about that.
     
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    I'm lost...not totally out of the norm for me but...I'm lost. OP, at least give us a hint by adding your own spin, reason for posting, whatever.
     
  5. soctal

    soctal Regular Member

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    well, this is the blackhat lounge.
    so whats the problem?
    its not the money making section, and the title clearly explains the article, its not misleading. i came across this by accident and posted this the other day because i thought this is kind of psychological behavior would be of interest to people in the marketing business and its just plain interesting. some folks just dont make that connection, i guess.