"Deepcession” (deep + depression + recession) is a term that has been cited in print since at least December 2007 and has been used infrequently since the 2008 recession. David Brauer of MinnPost.com used “deepcession” several times in 2009.
December 4, 2007
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Posted by: calvino at December 4, 2007 10:52 AM
That would put is into a deepcession.
Five billion budget whacks
By David Brauer | Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009
A changing immigration rate is the reason, though it’s unclear whether the deepcession’s slowing of Latino in-migration will push the trendline back again.
The state’s employment Mecca: Minneapolis?!
By David Brauer | Thursday, March 5, 2009
Thanks to the deepcession, 2 percent fewer jerkwads are clogging traffic, which translates into a 5-8 percent drop in perceived congestion, the Strib’s Jim Foti reports.
Cities, hospitals get their dose of TPaw pain this week
By David Brauer | Monday, June 15, 2009
If you’re a cat lover, the Animal Humane Society is having a two-for-one adoption “sale,” AP reports. If you’re a cat hater, enjoy the “First prize, one cat; second prize, two cats” joke. Summer brings an upswing in AHS supply, and I’m betting the deepcession doesn’t help.
September 29. 2009
What is really happening in the (Napa) wine business?
by Barry Schuler
The Great Deep-cession, the Wine Biz and looking forward.
10 Jul 10 23:55
n the 2008 and 2009 deepcession, we would have not survived without an updated website.
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