The dollar will loose value rapidly, 50% of our money will loose its value in approximate increments of 15% then 50%, then 50%, then the remainder of all the first 50%.
I was alone. I went to a fast food restaurant to purchase a bite to eat.
I ordered a small sandwich and a strawberry milkshake. The girl brought me
my order and I noticed the milkshake was about 1 1/2" down from the top. I
told her she needed to top off the shake. She then put a straw in the
shake and drank about one half of what was left. I went berserk and said
what are you doing? You can't do that. She said it's ok. I said I want
another shake. She then put the straw in again and drank about one half of
what was left. I said I want the manager. She said its ok. I demanded to
speak with the manager but said it will not do any good. I said I want my
money back. She said she could not return my money and that I could not
talk to the manager. I said I have to run an errand but will be back in
about 5 minutes. I told her again that I wanted my money back and I wished
to speak to the manager. I left and did my errand and returned. I could
not find the girl that waited on me, nor the manager. My sandwich was in
an area that was not heated. It was cold and was no good. There was no
milkshake and no one in the store had a record of my purchase. I said I
will contact the company, I think it was an Arby's Restaurant. The next
day I tried to contact Arby's but they had filed for bankruptcy.
The dollar will loose value rapidly, 50% of our money will loose its value
in approximate increments of 15% then 50%, then 50%, then the remainder of
all the first 50%. We will still have access to 50% (sandwich) but the
money will not be good. We will loose the first half of our money by rapid
depreciation (50% of our money is represented by the milkshake) in 4 rapid
depreciations in one day but the next day the remaining 50% will not be
accessible (The remaining 50 % will be gone overnight). DAVID M.
Mar 30, 2015