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$14.86 or the Math of Repentance

Rodgers, Amazon, Musk, and our inability to count to a trillion

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There was a time — let’s say, last millennium — when the difference between the rich and the poor was not so wildly pronounced in the US. Most people made well under $100,000 per year, and their bosses maybe made double. Even in the years when Wall Street trumpeted that “greed is good,” the financial…




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Julio Vincent Gambuto

Julio Vincent Gambuto

Weekly Contributor // Writer/Director/NYC/Guncle/Author of “Prepare for the Ultimate Gaslighting”/Book debut from Avid Reader Press 2023 //

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