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  • A goldbug, in other words, is someone who is reminded of gold by everything he sees.

    Economic Principals

  • Jason "goldbug" Gerner Jason currently spends his days working as a Web developer in Cincinnati and burns free time com - plaining about lack of support for Web standards and abusing XML.

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  • Lovable financial curmudgeon, goldbug, and activist Max Keiser has a new show on BBC Worldwide: The Oracle, in which he predicts the future outcomes of today's financial chaos.

    Boing Boing

  • Lots of smart people with opposing viewpoints, totally bizarre yet interesting side-arguments, a goldbug, and a top-notch typo from Matt.

    Matthew Yglesias » Wonks and Teachers

  • But hedge fund manager John Paulson, who scooped $4bn by shorting the US housing market in the run-up to the credit crunch, is a goldbug with about 80% of his assets in the metal or backed by gold-denominated shares.

    The bulls head the global stampede for gold bullion - but will it last?

  • But from your link and remarks about “hiding” etc I am beginning to think you are a goldbug.

    Matthew Yglesias » Fed Members Needed!

  • Sorry to have begun to think you might be a goldbug.

    Matthew Yglesias » Fed Members Needed!

  • Im sure cutthroat is dead (his throat cut by crossbones). the tiger shark mutated, didnt he? goldbug (but i guess it could be midas, the golden man) im sure there are many others. all it would take is a little click on the unofficial handbook to check.

    New Avengers #35 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Though McKinley had campaigned as a goldbug, he had promised to investigate bimetallism.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Katz is a shining example of the species “goldbug,” of that fascinating genus, the money crank.

    Economic Principals

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