Why America’s Top Detergent Is a Black Market Hit In The Global ‘Currency Wars’ (Or, Why Paul Krugman Wants To Deposit A Bottle Of ‘Tide’ At The Fed And Call It $1 tr. Dollars).

6 comments on “Why America’s Top Detergent Is a Black Market Hit In The Global ‘Currency Wars’ (Or, Why Paul Krugman Wants To Deposit A Bottle Of ‘Tide’ At The Fed And Call It $1 tr. Dollars).
  1. MonsantoUSAbioterrorists says:

    Is it shiffable like bath salts ? :)

  2. swell says:

    Still actively exploring 707 aforementioned, trillion-dollar coins.

  3. swell says:

    Along those same lines as that previous counterfactual:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campbell%27s_law

  4. Andy B says:

    Tide as currency:
    I’m stacking!
    I mean warehousing,
    I mean sudsing!!

  5. Dustbowl Daze says:

    It is really difficult to believe this story, but it keeps popping up. Maybe I need to go over to the West Side of town today and see if I can actually get some crack for some Tide?

  6. Bruce says:

    A $20 bottle of Tide goes for $5 cash on the street, or $10 in drugs. Well that’s just poor economics bro.

    This video made little sense to me, aside from the fact that the bottle is more attractive than its nearest competitor.