Nice to meet you prezzo viagra originale in farmacia My main problem is adding in the bubble data to the GDP numbers. Since the bubble and crash were errors of great magnitude, then using, say peak employment during the bubble or the horrid trough is kind of weird. Seems like a much longer trend is desirable. Of course, by some thinking the bubble begain in 1996, the date of the coined irrational exuberance. Then there was (finally) a securities burst in 2000, and (really finally) a housing burst in 2007. Seems that pre 1996 benchmarks might be required.