Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) January 23, 2009
For those concerned about the economic crisis but don't know what to make of its causes, http://www.TomatoBubble.com is providing controversial answers for its rapidly growing audience. Since the site's launch in early 2009, stunned reactions and reviews by its many readers have poured in from around the world.
The site's creator, Dr. Al Pascale explained the popularity of the site: "People all across the globe are worried and fearful about the ongoing economic meltdown. We all know the 'what', but very few understand the 'how', the 'why' and the 'who' behind the problem. TomatoBubble.com was created to explain the coming tragedy, and who is responsible, in a entertaining way that even a child can understand."
Told in the form of an allegorical poker game where the "banker" defrauds the unsuspecting players, "The Allegory of the Great Tomato Bubble" breaks down seemingly complex economic concepts in an amazingly simple way.
Wrote one reader: "I had my ten year old read it, and now he understands more about our fraudulent monetary system than most Harvard grads do! If enough people read this story, there would be a revolution overnight"
Said Pascale: "I never dreamed that the story would have gone so viral and so quickly. It indicates just how concerned and how hungry people are for answers."
In addition to the Tomato allegory, http://www.TomatoBubble.com also offers a wealth of other information and video clips, all designed to educate readers in a fun and very easy to understand way.