@NPR
NPR
a month ago
On July 4th, the U.S. economy looked ready to skyrocket. By Labor Day, the economy looked more like a dud. Here's how delta and supply chain problems smothered the midsummer sparkle.
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@KaysGramma
Jackie S ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ—ฝ
a month ago
@NPR Here's how Fox News & Republican efforts to encourage resistance to the vaccine & prolong the virus have smothered the midsummer sparkle. Fixed it for ya
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@RalstonCh
Ralston Champagnie
a month ago
@NPR Honestly, there is no supply chain issues...all the news on supply chain problems are just creating a buying frenzy in people to make sure there is no surplus after the Santa holiday...capitalism is cruel.
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@orlando1701
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a month ago
@NPR As long as Biden doesnโ€™t leave office with negative job growth weโ€™re doing better than the last guy which is an abysmally low bar.
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@pat3phillips
MissGuided
a month ago
@NPR Do I foresee in the not too distant future, employers replacing workers with automaton machines, police with robots? Cuts down on employee costs (SS, UI, healthcare) and people problems. Question is, if no one works, who will be your customers, have $$ to pay for products?
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