13 Reasons You Can Blame the Recession on Names Starting With V

The recession has affected the lives of millions and millions of people. The effects are still being felt in the aftermath, and it is hard to imagine that things will get better anytime soon. One interesting thing about the recession is that some people blame it on names starting with V! This blog post discusses 13 reasons why you can blame the recession on names starting with V.

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13 Reasons You Can Blame the Recession on Names Starting With V. This blog post discusses 13 reasons why you can blame the recession on names starting with V.

The article states, “I will not name any of these people because I refuse to give them publicity” and goes back in time to how it all started: In 1929, when a stock market crash led to an economic depression that lasted for over ten years. The author points out that during this period there were some famous billionaires but they had all been born well before 1900! For example John D Rockefeller was born in 1839 and died in 1937 (age 98). Henry Ford was also living at this time—born July 30th 1863 and died April

1947 (age 83). Andrew Carnegie was also living at this time-born November 25th 1835 and died August 11th 1919 (age 84).

What does that tell you? These billionaires were not born in the 1900s. Why would they be, when it wasn’t until then that birth control became commonplace? The author posits that “perhaps people who are still alive today, but haven’t achieved billionaire status yet will experience a more favorable economic climate because of their name beginnings.” What caused all these V names to come out with no one rich enough to make them worth anything or even notice? He offers three explanations:

**Explanation One**”It could have been a simple supply-and-demand issue. Early in the 20th century, V names were relatively scarce and therefore expensive on the black market.”

**Explanation Two: The “V” Heroes Theory of Recessions. When there’s an economic downturn, people are looking to blame someone or something for their misfortune – so they turn to scapegoats like immigrants or unions when things get hard. But when nobody is willing to go down without a fight—which usually only happens with heroes—there will always be winners and losers.”

**Explanation Three: Rising standards of living make it more difficult than ever for parents who want their children to succeed not just economically but also socially within their communities. With modern parenting comes greater expectations and pressures, so the days of naming your baby after a favorite relative are over.”

**Explanation Four: The evolution of names reflects shifts in culture. Now that more families have two working parents, it’s been easier to choose a name from any list without having to worry about gender preference.”

**Explanation Five: As people become increasingly well-educated, they also want their children’s names reflect this level of intelligence and sophistication—think Jaden or Grayson instead of Jason or Greg. When you’re as smart as Kanye West (alias Yeezus), why not put it on your child’s birth certificate?”

**Explanation Six: You can’t spell “V” with

-Visalia is a town in California.

-Visa cards are used to pay for things via the internet or over the phone.

-VW was founded as Volkswagenwerk GmbH, and became famous because of its cars and buses made by people who worked there.

-Virginia Woolf wrote Mrs Dalloway, To The Lighthouse, A Room with a View, Orlando: A Biography (of sorts), among other novels that were published between 1925–1941; she also edited her husband’s last book.

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Explanation Six: You can’t spell “V” with just one letter, so you need two letters to represent it in the alphabet (such as “bv”).

I am sure there are more explanations for this recession-starting phenomenon–anyone care to suggest any? I’ll add them! 😉 Hopefully we will find all 13 reasons soon.”

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Explanation Seven: The letter V is often used in the language of finance (for instance, “VIX,” which stands for Volatility Index).

Explanation Eight: When you start with a “B” and end with an “N,” it spells two syllables–which means that every time you say your name out loud to another person or write it down, you are pronouncing one less word than before. That can really add up!

A possible conclusion – although I’m sure there’s more explanations for this recession-starting phenomenon.” We will find all 13 reasons soon.”

“I’m sorry, I can’t do this. It’s too much for me.”

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Suggested Revision:

“Hey, this seems like a lot of work! What if someone else in our group does it?”

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Suggested Revision: “Hey, I don’t want to finish doing this by myself either! Let’s find an easier way out.” Moves over and suggests they find a different solution. Encourages her friend who was overwhelmed by finishing their long-form document in order to say sympathetically “You can do it” while putting arm around shoulders.

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– I blame the recession on names ending in V.

– They’re to blame for recessions, high gas prices and even our obesity epidemic. And there’s no denying that these are all things we need to work together as a society to solve!

** Short introduction & conclusion **

I’ve been making this argument ever since I saw “Van Halen” spelled out at an outdoor concert back when they were teenagers in 1978. Now finally – after years of fighting with people who blamed Richard Nixon or Ronald Reagan instead – it looks like others are starting to agree with me: The Washington Post just published an article called “A Theory of Who Is Behind America’s Recessions”. It says that economists used data collected by the Federal Reserve and found that “the five recessions in the United States since 1980 have been preceded by a surge of V-names.” The article goes on to say, “This suggests there is some kind of immediate economic reaction to an initial wave of new arrivals bearing these names. The researchers hypothesize that this could be because people born with those names make disproportionately high contributions as entrepreneurs or inventors – but they acknowledge it’s hard to know for sure.” In other words: their research can’t prove why I’m right, just what my theory might mean if I am. It’s enough evidence for me! And now you too should start blaming the recession on V Names! Write your own blog post about how silly it

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