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Sep 30
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NASCAR to Road America July 4th 2021!!. First piece of good news in 2020!! Read more

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NASCAR to Road America July 4th 2021. YESSSS!

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NASCAR to Road America July 4th 2021. YESSSS!

Sep 29
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holy shit this thread. My question was in terms of buying new cars related to poverty in china. 60% of the population makes less than $3.50 an hour roughly, which means the majority of their country can’t afford shit. However, a small percentage of 1.5B people is still a big car market. So, I’m curious what that looks Read more

Sep 29
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not sure if $5 a day is enough to afford a new car? Maybe I’m wrong. 

Sep 29
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I think it’s pretty cool looking. Could care less what an automaker calls its cars. 

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I don’t think the rate at which a country can make a handful of billionaires is significant to a mass market auto. It actually says more to the fact that a few people are getting rich at the expense of the rest of the country, making the overall middle class car buyers worse off. 

Sep 29
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60% of their population lives below what we consider the poverty line.

Sep 29
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LOL. They use the international poverty line. $1.90 a day. The US uses something like $35 a day. Read more

Sep 29
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obviously China has a huge market, but I’m curious what is their actual market. What percent of their population isn’t in abject poverty and will be for the next 100 years?

Sep 29
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bc it’s not dreadful? My family and I are having a nice time. Wish we could travel, but its too big a deal. Read more

Sep 28
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No. If he didn’t retain his employees per the calculation or use it on rent, interest, or a couple other approved items, it is not forgivable and will be turned into a loan, due in 2 years time, with interest. 

Sep 28
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Are you referring to money being left in the PPP fund?? Cause there is. It’s well documented. Read more

Sep 28
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My kid’s school went full in person 9/1. 90% of parents went full in person. 3% hybrid. 7% virtual. Not one single issue. Not one single case. k-8 school with ~500 kids. Read more

Sep 28
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you get online stores probably have some kind of warehousing component, where, you know, actual people work. In this case, 57 people. Read more

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you get online companies have actual employees, right? like they don’t exist inside the internet, right?

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Sounds like he qualified for the loans. Wtf is your point?

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how did he act badly?

Sep 28
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Any company with employees could participate. All it was was a calculation based on 2 1/2 months of last years payrolls with a $100k salary cap. Read more

Sep 28
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Yeah. This is weird. Sounds like it was used exactly the way it was supposed to be used. Keep your employees, have this forgivable loan. He did that.