Inflation Beyond the Stars Thread for April 12

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2022 Apr 12, 12:49am   43,396 views  464 comments

by AmericanKulak   ➕follow (8)   💰tip   ignore  

Since we know the numbers are going to suck since Peppermint Patty is leading the Amen Corner Media to blame Putin for it:

Frankly, I prefer my spaceship to have big tits and not fake inflated ones.

EDIT - numbers drop:
America goes back to the 80s: Surging gas prices and higher rents push inflation to 41-year high of 8.5% as White House blames it on Putin invading Ukraine
The consumer price index rose 8.5% in March from a year ago, the fastest increase since December 1981
Housing costs, which make up about a third of the index, have escalated and show no signs of cooling
Gasoline prices soared 49% in March from a year ago as the war in Ukraine rocked energy markets
Biden's administration tried to get ahead of the dire inflation news by blaming Russian leader Vladimir Putin
But Republicans place the blame for soaring prices on 'Democrats' reckless spending and failed policies'


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145   Shaman   2022 Aug 17, 10:46am  

HunterTits says

“We beat the spread! We beat the spread!”
147   zzyzzx   2022 Sep 2, 5:16am  


Thanks to Inflation, Gen Z and Millennials Will Now Need $3M in Retirement Savings To Live Comfortably

It has long been a rule of thumb to have $1 million saved for a comfortable retirement; but, thanks to inflation, the youngest generation of workers likely will need three times as much. According to a recent analysis conducted by Wealthcare Financial, by the time Gen Z and millennials retire, they will need around $120,000 to $150,000 per year to live comfortably — making $3 million the average amount they need to retire.

I'd say that we are already there.
148   Patrick   2022 Sep 8, 9:37am  

Avi Yemini
Notice how every authoritarian thug who USED Covid to consolidate power is now BLAMING Covid for the economic collapse they caused.
151   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Sep 11, 9:34am  

Booger says

jewish faggot, living off corrption theft and corporate welfare. fuck him!!!!
152   zzyzzx   2022 Sep 13, 7:15am  


Inflation: Grocery prices in August rise 13.5%, the highest increase since March 1979
163   zzyzzx   2022 Sep 16, 5:42am  


Argentina to Hike Interest Rates to 75% as Inflation Nears 100%
167   AmericanKulak   2022 Sep 16, 4:45pm  

Hedonics and Subsititution and general Fuckery.
169   RC2006   2022 Sep 18, 1:26pm  

Patrick says

Is that real?
172   Onvacation   2022 Sep 22, 7:39pm  

60% energy bill increase on Massachusetts energy bill this winter because of inflation.
179   Patrick   2022 Sep 30, 10:39am  


Goya Foods President and CEO Bob Unanue took a swipe at the Biden administration on Thursday over its handling of the inflation crisis, rising grocery costs and labor shortages that continue to cripple U.S. businesses.

In an interview on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Unanue accused the White House of weaponizing inflation to "control" the public while using irresponsible unemployment payouts to discourage able Americans from rejoining the workforce.

"At the core of inflation, and it’s out of control – especially in food – is evil, a desire to control us," Unanue told host Tucker Carlson. "When I was a child, my parents said ‘never take candy from a stranger.’ And they’re giving out candy, incentivizing people not to work. They’re taking away our purpose, our spirit, our reason to get up every day. They’re doing it without their own candy, they’re taking our candy, and using it to incentivize us not to work. That’s very inflationary."
183   ad   2022 Oct 19, 1:21pm  


Bread Prices Skyrocket as Inflation Grips Europe
The elevated costs of flour, nuts, eggs and even electricity are forcing bakers to increase their prices and cut their production.

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the price of the wheat that Julien Bourgeois grinds for boulangeries at his family’s flour mill in central France has increased more than 30 percent. The bill for the electricity needed to run the mill has tripled. Even the price of paper used for flour sacks has hit the stratosphere.

All of which are driving up the price of a loaf of bread.

“Inflation is brutally high,” said Mr. Bourgeois, inspecting the mill’s mammoth crushers as they ground wheat into flour. He has urged the 1,000 bakeries that his company, Moulins Bourgeois, supplies to mark up the iconic French baguette by 10 cents, from a current range of one euro to €1.30, to offset the higher costs that he has had to pass along.


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