sexta-feira, julho 04, 2003

James Taranto descobriu o porquê da desvalorização do Dolar frente ao Euro:

"Almost all euro bank notes have traces of cocaine, according to a study by German scientists," reports London's Daily Telegraph. The scientists measured the notes in January 2002 and again in August. "Three per cent were found to be contaminated with an average of 0.4 microgrammes of cocaine particles, just days after the euro's launch, and this figure soared to 90 per cent in seven months."

That explains why the dollar has been losing value against the euro. It's not that the dollar is low; it's that the euro is high.

Já ouvi falar em "agregar valor" mas isso...

Sem comentários: