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Scott Adams Mar 25
Thought experiment: If all governments mandated six weeks of planned, universal vacation each year at the same time, what impact would it have on global GDP? Answer: Not that much.
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Scott Adams Mar 25
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Our current situation isn’t like that because we didn’t have time to prepare. I only add this to the public thought portfolio to guide you away from worse analogies.
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Scott Adams
This definitely isn’t the start of a depression. It barely qualifies as a recession because nothing is “broken.” As soon as we return to work, recovery will be impressive.
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Scott Adams Mar 25
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So if you are trying to understand what we are dealing with here, I’d put it somewhere between an unplanned vacation for the economy and a micro-recession. More like a slap in the face than a broken leg.
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Scott Adams Mar 25
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The next few weeks will be rough. But no one will go hungry. We’ll all be smarter, and civilization will be stronger. You will forever be proud of what happened in 2020.
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Law of Self Defense Mar 25
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How will people "return to work" at small businesses that couldn't survive weeks with zero income and therefore no longer exist? Not to mention the owners of those business who will have lost everything, and can't be made whole with a few $1,000 checks from the government?
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bazelwood Mar 25
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This is delusional. Things are not going to just pop right back. Our company already had a plan in place for next 4 months and immediate rehiring is not going to happen.
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Adam Mar 25
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What's breaking are small and medium sized businesses. Big corps will probably be fine.
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Flattened Curves Mar 25
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I think, going forward, there will be legal recourse against those who knowingly transmit cold and flu germs. This quarantine has finally put a price on human lives and medical damages.
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milkchaser Mar 25
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My wife and I were going to build a pool. We are now living on the down payment money. The pool builders are out of luck. When I find work again, it will be a while before we can save up money again for the pool. The pool builders will not start work the day after Easter.
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Dr. Harold Chang PhD. Mar 25
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back to boomer posting i see
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Dr. Harold Chang PhD. Mar 25
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no offense intended. hope is cool...
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Marc Mar 25
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I’m loading up on stocks. Big names that took big hits. Recovery will be sweet for my IRA.
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