Forget 'The Greatest Depression', and all the other financial woes.
We'll come out the other side. The market will take care of that. So long as it can successfully push government out of the way and we can stop these idiots starting World War III to try to cover up their unbelievable blunders.
No, what's really important is that someone makes 'The Hobbit'.
And I think it's going to have to be Peter Jackson, now that Guillermo del Toro has quit.
Yes, it is weird that a film which will almost certainly make a ton of money has been so horribly delayed by MGM's long term bond woes, but that's what you get when you let governments spend a hundred years infesting the world's monetary systems to the point of complete breakdown.
Everything good gets shafted. Everything bad gets subsidised.
Let's just hope that when Peter Jackson finally makes this film that he's in 'Lord of the Rings' mood and not 'King Kong' mood.