With lockdowns in place and furloughs being dished out like candy, my question to you is — are you consuming enough? Have you taken some of your savings and directed it towards unneeded things in order to satiate yourselves from the pangs of boredom?
Gone are sports, new movies/shows, plays, any form of theatre and gatherings in large groups. We’ve been relegated to hermit-hood where we sneak outside to isolate a piece of meat and if we’re lucky a roll of toilet paper, fully masked, and then we hurry back home to pretend life is exciting online.
Another question for you is — are you at all concerned that the shortages we faced in March and April might soon repeat, especially if COVID-20 busts loose early next year? Having said that, are you consuming more than usual to stockpile flour, papered towels and rolls upon rolls of toilet paper?
Have you, by chance, taken the opportune to SEIZE UPON clothing sales, now that they’re destitute and pathetic — unable to sell their wares in large shopping malls?
Are you consuming enough? Have you decided upon a new STAYCATION — where upon you will sit idle in someone else’s home, via AirBnB in order to find a morsel of variation?
I understand there is a shortage of cars now, since they’re not being made anymore. Are you plotting a new car?
Markets have priced in record consumerism and pent up demand for all items. It has long been known to me that poor people do not mean much to America or the ruling class. They are, more or less, non active players in all of this and easily assuaged to riot and cause mayhem in order to destabilize things. Through this instability, new order will be established and new winners made. The divergence of wealth between the rich and the poor have never been this wide and the overall impact on the economy from poor people have never been so meaningless. Most poors offer a negative equity situation to the country — strong enough reason to not care so much as to SHORTEN their life expectancy.If you enjoy the content at iBankCoin, please follow us on Twitter