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Bob Garfield is a columnist, critic, essayist, pundit, international lecturer and obscure broadcast personality. He isn’t exactly a media whore, but he’s extremely promiscuous. Garfield’s “Ad Review” is a prominent feature of Advertising Age, where...

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Commenter: Steven Comfort

2011, September 26

This idea that $1 trillion came out of our pension funds when the bubble crashed is ridiculous. That would depend entirely on which companies were in someone's pension fund to begin with, and it ignores any and all profit-taking during the rising markets of 1996-2000.