Friday, October 16, 2009


BANZAI7 NNEWS--The 6-year-old Colorado boy thought to have floated off in a giant mylar bubble has raised questions whether it might have been a family stunt to draw attention to the latest financial bubble.

During a live interview on CNBC, Falcon Heene said he heard his Dad yelling that the DOW hit 10,000 as he hid in the rafters of their garage. At the time, there was a frantic effort by the FED to deflate the bubble safely.

Falcon's father asked, "Why didn't you come out?" The boy answered, "You had said we needed to show the world how all bubbles must burst."

1 comment:

  1. Some BS stunt by the parents to get on TV. But your take on it was the real story.