Recession Cartoons

Recession Cartoons

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Recession cartoon

"Right now I think the wisest strategy is to diversify among your mattresses."

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"The little pig with the portfolio of straw and the little pig with the portfolio of sticks were swallowed up, but the little pig with the portfolio of bricks withstood the dip in the market."

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"What should you do? Here's what you should do: invent a time machine, go back sixteen months, and convert everything to cash."

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"And we will absolutely start lending again as soon as we finish building our debtors' prison."

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"On Wall Street today, the stock market corrected its previous correction, and is pretty sure it's got it right this time."

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Bank - Going out of business sale!

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"The economy's never been better. Here's another potato!"

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How To Deal With The Upcoming Recession, Inflation, Depression, Ice Age, Greenhouse Effect, Energy Crunch, Population Explosion, and Complete End of the World in the Year 2000.

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"Personally, I liked this roller coaster a lot better before the Federal Reserve Board got hold of it."

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"I came out O.K. Everything I had was in baseball cards."

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"This is a minor setback. The hunter-gatherer economy is still good."

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"Someday, gentlemen, I promise you - the heady days of 'Come a ti yi yippie yippie yay' will be back."

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"When examining these new contracts, gentlemen, please note that in Paragraph 48 the word 'golden' has been replaced by 'plywood' and 'parachute' is now 'toboggan.'"

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"Does it seem like American tourists are less arrogant than they used to be?"

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"I'm sorry. Mr. Broadbank seems to have stepped away from his desk."

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"When do we all start frantically buying gold again?"

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Ed's Restaurant - Closed. Get Over It

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"It means taking a healthy pay cut, but my dad has decided to stay at home and lock himself in the basement."

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"You can have Burnett's old office and Burnett's old desk, but it's not right for you to have Burnett's old number."

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Mom & Pop General Store - Going Out of Business Slowly But Surely

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"Nothing up my sleeve, nothing in my hat—what do you expect in this economy?"

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"You're fired. Pass it on."

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Abandon Hope/Resume Hope

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"Please stand by for a series of tones. The first indicates the official end of the recession, the second indicates prosperity, and the third the return of the recession."

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"I think I'm just going to sit this recession out."

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