By Perry Estelle
A controversial financial expert, at the very heart of the ongoing Eurozone debt crisis, has unveiled, an ancient, seemingly plausible reason, as to the fate of the present fragile Italian economy. That is, weak pocket stitching.
Former seamstress, Bernadette Barnes, is a leading expert on pre-Christian Italian commerce and robust needlework, revealing startling evidence, that the Italian debt crisis
started as far back, as the Roman Empire.
“It’s a fact that poor stitching in a Roman Legionnaire’s pockets, is the reason why the Italians have got into a pickle with their spending deficit today.