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Col
Col
June 26, 2022

This chap’s good. I like him now. Clear, concise, methodical approach. Deserves a much higher audience.

john beasley
john beasley
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June 28, 2022

Youtube keeps shutting him down. He has been reviewing the economy for at least 8 or 10 years. He does good reviews, they try to make sure he does not make money at it.

ElMagnifico
ElMagnifico
June 27, 2022

“8 Million Americans Can’t Pay Their Rent”
Those are rookie numbers my friend, we’ll need to add at least another digit to that figure if we expect to see any changes. After all, nothing incites an insouciant population of morbidly-obese, drug-dependent, mentally-deranged, video-game-addicted, gender-confused, cross-dressing morons to rise-up in arms and violently overthrow their abusive government leaders better than the prospect of having to face homelessness …on an empty stomach to boot.

john beasley
john beasley
June 28, 2022

In my middle-class neighborhood in Central Florida, the rent was about $1,200 a month for a nice 3 bedroom home. It is now $1,800 a month. I know money is worthless, but I could not afford to pay $1,800 a month rent. I don’t know how people are going to afford this rent.

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