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2021-11-09 09:13 by Karl Denninger
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RLA w/Dennis Tubbergen
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Come and get it!

The reality is, that Congress has spent the last two years violating every legitimate rule of reason to monetary and fiscal policy. They have pumped 8 trillion dollars of unbacked credit into the system in the last 18 months…so, of course, inflation is going through the roof.  This week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, your host, Dennis Tubbergen, is joined by frequent guest, Mr. Karl Denninger.  They discuss inflation, labor shortages, and the probability of this degenerating into essentially uncontrolled violence if our government doesn’t correct the damage they’ve done.

Listen to the podcast, which aired on November 7th in SW Michigan, here.

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Abelardlindsey
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Well, when you pump lots more money into the system but still have the same amount of physical product, of course you;re going to get inflation. Duh!

It makes you wonder if they put something into the Washington DC metro area's water supply to make people stupid.

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Thanks for posting this Karl. I always enjoy listening to these.
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Always great to hear what you have to say Karl. Really is. And dude had the righteous music selection too.

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Somewhat off topic, but relevant to securities in general.

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/big-sh....

I find this believable. I never believed the hype that Musk was going to sell some of his shares to pay his "fair share" (socialist sense) of taxes. No one acts in such an altruistic manner and Musk sure as hell would not.

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Great interview, thanks!

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Gotta listen to this one tonight.

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Listening when I head out to the warehouses. I pulled up Rumble and had just thought "Jeez Karl, it's been since 9/29 that you had a podcast!"

This isn't one of those, but I enjoy most of the interviews you've done over the years.

To that end... psst - podcast time! Drunken or not, I'm good either way.

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one wonders if the plethora of East Coast ports could become major competition. Here in the NYC metro we are nowhere near capacity and constantly upgrading. We even raised a major bridge deck to accommodate the larger containers vessels. Outside of the Port of NY & NJ there are no ship backups nor were there any in the past two years. We get the ro-ros from Asia with the cars and trucks, as they already ship directly here. They are already using the upgraded Panama Canal capacity.

We have not even begun to discuss the Gulf ports and SC capacity.

The question is could the East Coast and Gulf ports handle the shipping West of the Rockies. There is an extensive network of roads within. Are there enough Westward highway trunks in the right places to meet up with the existing Western and Midwestern RDCs. There is also a lot less environmental legislation as any road legal trucks travel here.

Could CA find itself intermediated. The cost of fuel for the big ships to go a little farther might be offset by greater access to the New England Corridor and SE USA as they are already doing so. During this mess shortages in our market have been much less of a problem across all categories. The stuff that we get from the West Coast Ports, not so good.

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I read somewhere that total port capacity of Florida doesnt come close to Long Beach California
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@Inspectrcalahan -- yes, that is true. Outside of the obvious advantages of centralization my argument is that it might be possible to spread the load over many major ports and get away from the mega port concept and its bottlenecks.

If CA does not want vehicle pollution and congestion, simply end their problems for them.

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