Sunday, January 1, 2017

The Sarcasm Report v.273

Bloomberg: At $207,000, the Aston Martin Rapide S Is Not a Good Deal

Those making the federal minimum wage already know this, of course. Working 14+ years to buy the car ($7.25 per hour, 40 hour workweeks, 50 weeks per year) definitely isn't a good deal without an extended-term loan, 0% financing, and reduced-price underbody rust protection.


mab said...

just imagine how much stuff we will be able to buy when Foxconn Robots take most of our jobs!

I'm not sure the current economic system isn't a problem rather than a solution.

Stagflationary Mark said...


Hyperinflation nearly here. Once those robots start stocking up on canned goods for their survival, it's game over.

I'm working out a timeline right now. Just need to factor in how many canned goods each robot eats per hour.

The Federal Reserve is working exactly as intended.

The modern water closet or toilet utilises a cistern to reserve and hold the correct amount of water required to flush the toilet bowl.

Have no fear. The economic "cistern" is sound!