Thursday, December 11, 2008

When Money Dies

Berlin had a "witches' Sabbath" atmosphere. Prostitutes of both sexes roamed the streets. Cocaine was the fashionable drug. In the cabarets the newly rich and their foreign friends could dance and spend money. Other reports noted that not all the young people had a bad time. Their parents had taught them to work and save, and that was clearly wrong, so they could spend money, enjoy themselves, and flout the old.

-George J.W. Goodman, Paper Money


Anonymous Anonymous said...

past as prologue?

12/12/2008 3:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep your eye on Mrs. Palin...

12/12/2008 11:46 AM  

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