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The Market's Fine Print
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Thu Mar 13, 2014 03:14 PM CDT

A good 15 minutes early for their 10:30 appointment, a nervous young couple sits in the bank lobby armed with enough files and papers to make professional auditors look slipshod. This promises to be a critical day for their financial and dietary future.

It had taken months of market watching, number crunching and sleepless fretting for Tyler and Kayla Carnivore to bravely knock on the door of debtor's prison. Relentlessly drilling each other with best-case-worse-case-scenario flashcards, the agonizing indecision began wearing on the very foundation of their happy marriage.

The day Tyler flew into a rage over a burnt hamburger ...

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