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People are afraid of not being able to breathe wow I wonder why.
yeah but my point is with all the pollution and all the s*** that we put in the air and all the chemicals that we put in the water we should all be dead by now if that was the case and not able to breathe so think about that
and the other thing out of 331 million people on this effing planet we lost a little over a hundred thousand that's a drop in the bucket people die every day getting hit by cars are struck by lightning. So with that kind of loss there's a little bit more air to breathe
Or die by police
Uh 7.8 billion people on this planet and over 400k deaths and climbing. Most of which are in the USA.Covid is a more immediate threat unlike pollution, or global warming which a lot of people don't believe in. Sure the death toll isn't high by comparison to population. But remember its only been aroun for months... Like literally 6-7 months. 400k people died in 6 months, and nearly 9 million have been confirmed to have it. The number will only increase.
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I hope to see you and your little female gag friends there mr Most Helpful Award none giver lol
They've been open since June 1st
Bro hell yes! Bout time people be honest about it. You a Peter Schiff fan or libertarian by the way? Rare breed but huge breathe of fresh air, at least the real, free market ones are.
@errorgoodnameunfound mike Maloney and peter shiff fan here 😎
Very bizzare you mention that peter is not well known small world i guess
Well, really, not many people mention stocks in regular talks or really economics in general. More so nowadays, people that are investing think all is going well and will go up soon by and large morass. You however, were realistic/blunt saying theaters will tank. So I took a chance and asked. Got lucky, but also, I think he is decently known, just a bit infamous. I ironically heard about him through ccn. com, I think used to fully be the "cyrptocurrency network." I think he once had some mainstrean attention that has gone down now, but he kept his fan base and especially being chill with somebody like Joe Rogan helps. Mike Meloney I have not heard of, but will look into. I'm actually trying to connect to Peter's podcast as we speak. :)
@errorgoodnameunfound yea I've been listening to PS podcast since about 2011 he's very entertaining. Mike Maloney’s hidden secrets of money is an interesting series of videos you can watch in your down time his investing premise Is very similar to Peters except peter has a deep hatred for crypto Mike’s channel on youtube is nice watching as well for market updates and he goes pretty deep into charts
Oh nice Ill definitely take a look, as Schiff is cool, but I'm unsure if I agree with him on crypto and seeing him on RT is a bit of a red line for me. Still agree with him a lot, but I don't think I can 100%.
@errorgoodnameunfound i dont agree 100% either they are way over bearish for US economy i just find their perspectives interesting
over bearish? yikes dude. Imma have to disagree there. What, exactly, is as successful on like an Amazon level? Bed Bath and Beyond? America doesn't manufacture enough. Hasn't for decades. Time to overcome fear of bots and get them in the us, making stuff. We need to make on a level like China and beyond within like a year or we're fucked. When is the last time you saw a thriving mall? What nobody says is that the market has demands not being met, like weed, sex bots, adult entertainment besides bars/sports vs oversupply which is basically all the shit shaped around families/kids which aren't coming in enough numbers to justify.Many areas get beyond excited as they open yet another "unique" restaurant when thousands of them claiming the same already exist and already are desperate to get even a slice of the already shrinking demand as people lose jobs and look to save money, aka, shop/cook. And how about the educational system? Goddam awful. If anything, economics needs to be taught much more often WITHOUT a keynesian bias first of all. Second, businesses need to take charge, with education and in general to be the ones empowering colleges to teach what skills are needed vs overcharging for hearing basless opinions they call "lectures" really meant to stroke professors' egos as well as a mini waterpark. All this considered, how can you call anything over bearish, especially with the bad economy aka debt reliance/monopoly money printing we've had since WAY BEFORE 08?