Fa$T Ca$H: Easy Credit & the Economic Crash

There is a great story where a marketing company leader noticed that his child was having a difficult time with his multiplication tables but could memorize the latest pop songs.  The result was a conversation with jazz singer Bob Dorough and School House Rock was born.

Dorian Electra may be creating this generation’s must needed pop economics messaging.  Her latest song, Fa$T Ca$h: Easy Credit & the Economic Crash. is a message that many have difficulty understanding.

Electra sings about the connection between the money supply, the dangers of perverting the signals, and pain it may ultimately cause.  She demonstrates the need for savings and the benefits it may bring over time.

There is a lot of ideas presented in this short video.  She masterfully creates ear candy with those ideas.


About Christopher Hessenflow

Christopher Hessenflow is a financial planner in the Chicago area. He works with all sorts of people who are much more interesting than he is. He enjoys his career which lends him time to think and, sometimes, be creative. Chip was born bald.
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One Response to Fa$T Ca$H: Easy Credit & the Economic Crash

  1. Nice body of work you have here Chip, I will be returning. I have to admit even being the “ahem” wordsmith I am, I had to look up praxeology; thanks, now I’ll be on an “Action Principle” bent for a while. Hope things are good in Chi town.

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