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12:28 AM
@Wipqozn hopefully they find jobs at other electric car manufactures who's owners are shit heads
@Fredy31 well except his funding levels
@Nzall and the less evil of them all?
 
 
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4:40 AM
@Memor-X I think so yes
 
 
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12:45 PM
@Memor-X hes parting morons with money for breakfast
Just in the last 2 weeks; the bible and the DJT stock
But if theres a stat we will never know but I would like to know, of all the Trump this and that I'm seeing pass on reddit, how much of them actually go to trump?
would guess most of them just know you slap trump on anything you will sell shit
Like I got a warehouse full of cows I can't rid of? Make a campaign on their facebook pages that these are TRUMP COWS AND ITS YOU PATRIOT DUTY TO BUY THEM FOR 20K EACH
and the whole stock is gone in a day.
 
1:05 PM
@Fredy31 well yeh. remember that Steve Bannon had that fake fundraiser for the Border Wall that people donated to
> Former Trump White House adviser Steve Bannon is preparing to face New York state charges that he defrauded donors to the nonprofit group We Build the Wall to construct a wall on the U.S.-Mexican border.
 
@Memor-X yeah just funny because on the anti-q subs i've seen it all. Trump bobbleheads. Shirts. plaques. etc.
I would guess the percent that does go to trump is pretty low
its just that people in those facebook groups painted a target on their backs saying HERE! I'M AN EASY MARK! TAKE MY MONEY!
scammers probably never ate so much.
 
 
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6:17 PM
@MBraedley Space is finally fighting back
 
 
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9:56 PM
2024 federal budget's key takeaways: Housing and carbon rebates, students and sin taxes cbc.ca/news/politics/…
> To help cover some of its multi-billion dollar commitments, the government is proposing a tax hike on capital gains — the profit individuals make when assets like stocks and second properties are sold.
> Freeland said the change would impact the wealthiest 0.1 per cent.
> The budget promises $42 million more in 2024-25 for CBC/Radio-Canada for "news and entertainment programming." CBC/Radio-Canada received about $1.3 billion in total federal funding last year.
Naturally, r/canada hates all of this.
God I hate that subreddit.
I just hate check it at this point. r/onguardforthee is far more sane.
 

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