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$1.9T Covid Relief Bill
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United States Bunker_Boy 
$1,400 stimulus checks $300-a-week jobless benefits Child allowance up to $3,600 $350 billion state/local aid $34 billion for ACA subsidies $14 billion vaccine distribution 100% COBRA subsidies
2021-03-07 00:20
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cobra very dangerous snake
2021-03-07 00:20
7 replies
+1
2021-03-07 00:33
And it's 100%
2021-03-07 00:40
very dangerous car too... "how do you turn this on"
2021-03-07 07:20
1 reply
#132
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United States PP_Bizon
who cars
2021-03-09 21:15
#109
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Canada roylin
+1
2021-03-07 15:00
#127
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United States Masshole
+1 saw one last year
2021-03-09 20:36
+1 finally solving the cobra issue
2021-03-09 21:04
Covid1.9T
2021-03-07 00:21
2 replies
1.8t better 🙄😎
2021-03-07 08:12
#126
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United States Masshole
0_0
2021-03-09 20:36
#3
allu | 
Finland _Top1
Pocket money
2021-03-07 00:21
1 reply
+1
2021-03-07 15:46
Pog
2021-03-07 00:26
brrr.money
2021-03-07 00:29
Fake news
2021-03-07 00:30
How much for Israel
2021-03-07 00:31
8 replies
lol
2021-03-07 00:37
#15
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Portugal Surya
ayyy lmaoooo
2021-03-07 00:44
Came here to ask this
2021-03-07 01:04
#25
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Argentina nokkiii
+1 how much
2021-03-07 01:20
kinda ironic w that flag ngl
2021-03-07 08:14
+1
2021-03-07 09:41
Loooooooooooool
2021-03-07 13:07
#125
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United States Masshole
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
2021-03-09 20:36
Sounds good but isn’t US dept already 1000% the GDP lol
2021-03-07 00:31
15 replies
so is practically everyone in Europe
2021-03-07 01:07
11 replies
No?
2021-03-07 09:06
10 replies
you know that Netherlands is in debt by 56% of their GDP?
2021-03-07 11:31
9 replies
yea thats normal
2021-03-07 12:00
8 replies
It's placed in the top 10 countries with largest debt's
2021-03-07 12:01
2 replies
Netherlands spends shit tonnes on water projects tho so their entire country just doesnt disappear overnight when the tide comes in again
2021-03-07 12:03
1 reply
lul same
2021-03-07 12:20
So why you talk about other countries having debts?
2021-03-07 12:02
4 replies
USA has 105% and this is prob going to increase the already high percentage
2021-03-07 12:02
So he isn't allowed to talk about other countries debts because his own country has debt?
2021-03-07 12:11
2 replies
He is, but I said that every Country in Europe has Debt. He denied it and I corrected him. #80 I forgot to type "not having debts"**
2021-03-07 12:19
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No I denied that every country has 1000% of its GDP in debt (Or very high, that was ofc an over-exaggeration)
2021-03-10 08:22
Dont worry, Powell is working real hard trying to print enough for the reserve :p
2021-03-07 01:39
1 reply
asafa is rly fast printer tho
2021-03-10 03:04
in dept to aliens
2021-03-10 02:46
#9
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Qatar olaolakaka
Who do you think are paying for this bill lol Enjoy 100x tax hike for 1400 freedom coin xaxaxaxa
2021-03-07 00:33
3 replies
Lololololol he thinks we’re actually going to pay off our debt instead of not caring
2021-03-07 00:36
Powell
2021-03-07 10:27
#138
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United States URaMORON
We steady printing dawg
2021-03-10 03:08
#13
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Singapore Am2de
If you earn $79,999 you qualify for $1400 but if you earn $80,000 you are screwed. Lol Just proved that Progressive democrats are all talk no show
2021-03-07 00:40
25 replies
stfu if u earn 79,999 you can take care of yourself during this pandemic
2021-03-07 01:10
24 replies
if the lockdown continues on and off for years, that salary wont last. also, its not very nice to spend all ur savings accumulated throughout a whole lifetime just to survive.
2021-03-07 01:19
1 reply
Already have. If you earn 70k+ and have no savings then you got scammed into dumping money into gme or bitcoin while others were selling.
2021-03-10 06:17
This is the US not Norway I thought you guys were smarter than that
2021-03-07 01:42
#32
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Singapore Am2de
Depends. Like I was looking at average living cost in California and I don't think you can actually live decently with salary of $80000 per year.
2021-03-07 07:15
20 replies
What housing would be considered "decently"
2021-03-07 07:18
19 replies
#39
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Singapore Am2de
Everyone has different definition but I would consider Property/ies + Car/s + Bank balance (in case of emergency like this one). And if you are in Cal, you pay around 33% income tax on $80000 (I'm not sure, I searched on Google). (33% is pretty high tbf. If you earn above $2,00,000 in Singapore you still pay 24%) So maybe government should have helped people who earn upto $100000 per year.
2021-03-07 07:26
18 replies
#42
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Albania HLTV_God
Median income in cali is 350k$
2021-03-07 07:30
4 replies
That’s just not true
2021-03-07 14:51
3 replies
#113
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Albania HLTV_God
Lmgtfy.com/median_income_in_california
2021-03-07 15:42
2 replies
1 reply
#140
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Albania HLTV_God
House hold = both afults
2021-03-10 05:36
nerdwallet.com/article/taxes/california-.. Idk. Also for many people living in Cali the weather and beaches make up for smaller housing.
2021-03-07 07:32
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#44
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Singapore Am2de
But if I am not wrong, Americans pay double taxes (state + fedral)
2021-03-07 07:40
yea, this is the exact reason my family hasn't moved out of cali even with the shitty govt. + exorbitant tax rates
2021-03-07 08:11
10 replies
Stay plz. We can't have sjws wanting to leave the U.S so then Donald Trump will be pres again.
2021-03-07 08:15
9 replies
wat
2021-03-07 08:15
8 replies
California 55 Electoral Votes
2021-03-07 08:21
7 replies
most counties are red except for the urban ones
2021-03-07 08:23
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5 replies
what is this supposed to mean
2021-03-07 08:25
4 replies
U family leave and other Sjw only and go independent (then flop) Then Republican win election
2021-03-07 08:26
3 replies
so do u want me to leave or not
2021-03-07 08:30
2 replies
NO!
2021-03-07 08:30
1 reply
ok
2021-03-07 08:34
#16
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Israel ALEXKEEM
It seems there are no consequences for printing infinite dollars so why not give everyone 10k? Also how much for us?
2021-03-07 00:57
5 replies
But it will have consequences. Strong tendencies are showing. The 10 year US treasury yield is rising, even though the great J POWS said it would remain around previous levels. Inflation and market corrections inbound.
2021-03-07 07:30
3 replies
Inflation is not a likely consequence. Because saving increases drastically during times of economic hardship, having new money be circulated is actually one of the best ways to ensure you don’t face deflation (which the US was at risk of last year). Americas marginal propensity to consume is only at a measly 5%. So when people are getting 1000$ extra only 50$ is going into circulation. So in reality you aren’t adding 1.5k * 200mil or whatever it is. You’re adding 75$ * 200mil. So it goes from being trillions added into the economy to being tens of billions. Not really that impactful in an economy worth 20T tbh
2021-03-07 14:57
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#124
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United States Masshole
+1
2021-03-09 20:35
That is one way to see it, but it's not the complete spectrum. Ideally you'd want the people to use their savings though, wouldn't you? Instead of just forcing money into the system, where 95% (to go by your numbers, which were actually surprising) would end up in their savings. I don't believe that printing money is the only way, or a very good one taking others into consideration. If you look at bond yields, the interest rate was going down - which also causes the interestrate offered by banks to drop. In many parts of Europe it dropped <0%, meaning that'd you'd end up paying interest rates to have money in the bank account. That way you'd force more people to possibly go out and spend, ideally at least. Would the propensity to consume remain the same, or would it go up? Making it a less rewarding environment to have money in your bankaccount, my guess would be the latter. The only problem with that is, it also forces people into placing their savings in stocks - usually retail investors like that would buy ETFs or other instruments like that, and you'd force the stockprice up. But you can't have it all. One thing is certain, inflation will happen from printing more money - because if the circulating supply is increased, and the demand remains the same (which it will, considering the propensity to consume), then you'll push the prices higher eventually. But then again, we've never seen markets like these before, anything can happen. We can only go by previous experience when it comes to economics, no one can really tell the future. Your guess is as good as mine, but I know that I would've never done the amount of money printing to support QE and helicopter money. That just can't be healthy.
2021-03-10 02:19
People complain about this when the money is given to the people but not when it's used to bail out dead companies to keep the stockmarket alive lmao.
2021-03-07 10:30
How to get american citizenship?
2021-03-07 00:58
3 replies
cross the border and speak spanish
2021-03-07 01:33
2 replies
hola amigo
2021-03-07 12:59
Hola. Dollares por favor
2021-03-09 21:09
Hello its me, mr american
2021-03-07 01:14
#23
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China SwooksarV2
Money machine goes brrrr
2021-03-07 01:16
2 replies
It's called a printing machine
2021-03-07 07:19
1 reply
Chinese education lol
2021-03-09 21:09
#26
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Estonia whosmans
You’re getting $1400, but a $1.9T relief bill divided by 330M Americans is costing you $5757. ...Except for people that don't pay taxes!!! So it is even more in reality just to facilitate the lazy and uneducated
2021-03-07 01:23
5 replies
Umm. Yk the money is either gonna be debt or tax payer money accumulated over time.
2021-03-07 07:20
4 replies
#46
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Estonia whosmans
ye im saying that people pay for the money with debt and tax payment, so in the end it really isn't free
2021-03-07 07:56
3 replies
This is like the same thing as saving money. It's not free but it's better financially.
2021-03-07 08:03
2 replies
#49
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Estonia whosmans
the better financial option would be to cut income tax entirely xd
2021-03-07 08:09
1 reply
Well I guess you walking 4 hours to work. Or the USSR got to the moon first. Maybe Hi- ok I'm gonna stop there...
2021-03-07 08:14
haha money printer go brrrrrrrrr
2021-03-07 01:31
#31
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Serbia Krosis
My crypto goes BOING 📈 BOING 📈 BOING📈
2021-03-07 01:46
6 replies
Exactly my thoughts. They should print more money.
2021-03-07 07:44
good luck with ur crypto in a post apocalyptic world without internet ^^
2021-03-07 08:29
2 replies
Bro in any post-apocalyptic world all paper and electronic money will be useless wtf
2021-03-07 12:05
1 reply
exactly, good luck.
2021-03-07 17:14
Imagine being a crypto fanatic and not understanding how inflation happens so you buy into what’s been marketed as a hedge against inflation when inflation isn’t even an issue that anyone’s concerned about right now. Good luck financially supporting yourself when the crypto correction happens and btc goes back down to 5-10k
2021-03-07 15:00
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Thats why you sell when the bull run ends. Im not stupid enough to be bagholding thinking this time its different than the previous cycles. So your assumptions mean nothing. Im off to enjoy my gains on my investments while you my wagie will be back in the cagie by tommorow :)
2021-03-07 16:29
2021-03-07 07:24
gonna be real fun watching another 1929 happen :D
2021-03-07 08:10
1 reply
nah this time it will reach Zimbabwe level where people buy 1 kilogram of potato for 10 kilograms of money
2021-03-07 08:27
one step closer to the conspiracies everyone has been warned off the last 20-30 years :D
2021-03-07 08:16
Prepare for massive inflation. USA is printing money like crazy and sooner or later it will catch up with them.
2021-03-07 09:28
1 reply
name doesn't check out.
2021-03-07 09:30
muricans sniffing lines, banging nines now.
2021-03-07 09:29
Money given to the people so that they can survive is bad but bailing about dead companies is totally good.
2021-03-07 10:32
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#84
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Croatia GEEza
name checks out
2021-03-07 12:05
8 replies
Nice argument, you really changed my mind!
2021-03-07 12:07
7 replies
#87
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Croatia GEEza
i never wanted to change your mind
2021-03-07 12:15
6 replies
I know, retard
2021-03-07 13:03
5 replies
#101
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Croatia GEEza
then why did you imply my comment was about changing your mind, name checks out again
2021-03-07 14:44
4 replies
Why did you even reply to me in the first place?
2021-03-07 14:44
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#103
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Croatia GEEza
so i can tell you that you're mentally ill
2021-03-07 14:47
2 replies
If you dont want to have a normal conversation I am just going to stop replying. It's pretty normal for HLTV, just type "Name checks out" or "0/8" and feel smart about yourself,
2021-03-07 14:49
1 reply
#105
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Croatia GEEza
wow you really are on the spectrum, goodbye
2021-03-07 14:50
I mean, I’ve never understood how billions go to ‘space exploration’, but not taking care of the planet we are already on.
2021-03-07 12:27
4 replies
The NASA is very under funded since the cold war.
2021-03-07 13:02
because space exploration and becoming a multi-planetary species is probably the best thing that could happen to mankind
2021-03-07 13:05
2 replies
not if mankind starves to death in the first place
2021-03-10 06:03
1 reply
will never happen
2021-03-10 08:48
Es3tag_1.9Mil_COVID_1.9T (ik its 2.1mil for pricetag but its funnier like this)
2021-03-07 12:21
#91
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Norway apx-
Texas the smartest state of America.
2021-03-07 12:23
$1,400 stimulus checks $300-a-week jobless benefits Child allowance up to $3,600 $350 billion state/local aid $34 billion for ACA subsidies $14 billion vaccine distribution 100% COBRA subsidies Military budget? PRICELESS
2021-03-07 12:24
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#123
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United States Masshole
+1 lmao
2021-03-09 20:33
welcome to the 1st world america i too am getting paid by the state racking up debt, very nice)
2021-03-07 13:03
I read even Denmark gets money from it/you
2021-03-07 15:01
Jesus so many people in this thread have 0 understanding of macroeconomics. Would it really kill people to not spread faulty information when they don’t understand what their talking about and clearly haven’t made an effort to understand?
2021-03-07 15:01
2 replies
Welcome to hltv, the website with the most 16 year old economic and politic experts in the world.
2021-03-07 16:18
1 reply
+1
2021-03-10 05:04
>wear a mask or >spend trillions of dollars fixing the consequences of not doing so and americans choose the latter nice country xDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
2021-03-07 15:05
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#115
allu | 
Finland _Top1
+1
2021-03-07 16:15
yes *censored*. wear the mask. eat the bugs. drink the soy. live in the pod. insert the butt plug.
2021-03-10 06:05
1 reply
good argument!!! enjoy your shitty (and declining) standard of living!
2021-03-10 16:01
#116
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Switzerland Sylleo
good news for stocks/cryptos
2021-03-07 16:17
#118
ropz | 
Estonia k_k
Bang bang He wore a mask Bang bang He got the vaccine Bang bang Shot by the police For being too white Bang bang No checks in the mail Bang bang No ambulances arrived Uncle Sam done shot you down
2021-03-07 16:19
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haha
2021-03-09 21:02
they could literally do that even before covid but war is more important than the ppl :D
2021-03-07 17:15
Imagine people being dumb enough to think taxes being used this way will apparently destroy the U.S. economy. How else do you want your tax money to be used if not on improving the country in a meaningful away and help its people? There's totally not an issue with U.S. already wasting a $1 trillion+ on military each year like bombing 3rd world countries. Totally not wasting money bailing out businesses and literally giving billions of dollars of tax exemptions to rich people. If U.S. goes absolutely fucked here, it's because of their own stupidity. They could've easily provided free healthcare and university education if they taxed properly and didnt waste money.
2021-03-10 02:57
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