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Sven Henrich Aug 27
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 17
Replying to @S_H_E_L_L_E_Y
Corporate and decision making affects your health. Use your dollars to speak for you. It’s the only way corporations listen.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 17
Replying to @S_H_E_L_L_E_Y
This isn’t just about Air Canada either. This is about all businesses, to the local bar that will let in 100s of people with no masks, to stores that have forgotten all about customer counts and cart cleaning. is still a threat.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 17
Replying to @S_H_E_L_L_E_Y
It’s a choice and a decision. Do corporations care about you? Or do they simply want to take your money, at any cost?
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 17
Early on during the pandemic I wrote an article that included factors on government decision making that can impact your chances of contracting Remember that corporations like Air Canada are also making similar decisions and they also have an impact on us.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 17
Profit over people is the choice Air Canada is currently making. The pandemic is a good time to assess corporate decision making. If corporations don’t care about you, do they deserve your money? You have a choice too.
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Thomas Kaine Aug 16
HUGE STORY not getting much press. First time in USA history, the USA gov't controls stock prices. The Fed and Mnuchin are buying $1,250,000,000,000 (yep Trillions) of corporate bonds resulting in spikes in the stock prices of those companies."
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Sven Henrich Aug 12
Given that there is an unlimited amount of money to bail out WallStreet one must assume that poverty in society is a choice by policy makers for it could easily be eliminated with a spare trillion dollars.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 11
Replying to @NorthmanTrader
Can I get a refund on economics and finance courses? In fact just refund whole degrees. Nothing makes sense anymore!
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Sven Henrich Aug 10
We should all be putting in full refund requests for every economics class ever taken in college. It was all garbage.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 11
It’s called strategic planning, unfortunately not all leaders are visionaries, and therefore the USA is busy tumbling downhill headfirst in dealing with Thanks for sharing I’m not American, and I miss
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Eric Feigl-Ding Aug 8
Breaking: US has now surpassed 5,000,000 cases of . Timeline: 1 million cases on April 28, 2 million cases on June 10 3 million cases on July 7 4 million cases on July 23 5 million cases on August 8
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 9
Some people are claiming New Zealand has seen success over because it is an island. Fiddlesticks!!! New Zealand has seen success because of its policies and citizen’s behaviour. Others should take a lesson.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Aug 6
Replying to @NorthmanTrader
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Sven Henrich Aug 6
When this all blows up be sure to join me and blame these guys.
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Dan Price Aug 2
The system is working as designed.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Jul 29
Replying to @NorthmanTrader
Oh lovely. This just keeps getting better and better. While people in the UK, USA, and Canada are receiving unsolicited seeds.
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Jul 28
Would be interesting to know what those expenses were.
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Nyan Federal Reserve Jul 28
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Shelley πŸ“ˆ Jul 28
πŸ˜‚ the best!
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