Credit Crunch Humor Posted on November 30, 2007 by Yves Smith Who was it who said money is too important to be taken seriously? I came across this video courtesy Dave Iverson at Economic Dreams – Economic Nightmares. Enjoy! Post navigation ← On Fictitious Government Statistics (4.9% GDP Growth Edition) Paulson Promoting Rescue Program for Subprimes → Subscribe to Post Comments 4 comments Anonymous November 30, 2007 at 2:20 pm LOL! Thanks for the laugh break. Excellent John Cleese: Finally, can we talk about “Moral Hazard” Banker: ..about er what? John Cleese: “Moral Hazard”… Banker: Hazard, “Yes, I know what hazard means, what’s that other word?” John Cleese: Oh never mind Anonymous December 1, 2007 at 8:36 am John Cleese?? where do you see him? Oh never Mind! LOL Dave Iverson December 4, 2007 at 1:08 am Over at Economic Dreams-Nightmares I messed up the attribution on the British Humor “It’s Credit and It’s Crunchy”: wrongly attributing it to John Cleese. In fact the “credit” needs to go to John Bird and John Fortune. My error went to the URL for the post, so I deleted it, replacing it with: http://forestpolicy.typepad.com/economics/2007/12/british-humoris.html. I never imagined that you would find it, Yves, and give it a ride. Sorry for being sloppy. Nonetheless, the video is priceless, as are others of theirs: e.g. The Subprime Crisis Anonymous December 7, 2008 at 8:22 pm For some more dry english retro credit crunch video clips… Credit Crunch Capers – Christmas Tree Johnnieshttp://nz.youtube.com/watch?v=WQaqHf4MVsU Credit Crunch Capers – Low Cost Cooking Catshttp://nz.youtube.com/watch?v=KOoatN4rK5Q Comments are closed. Tip Jar Please Donate or Subscribe!