“I’ve learned that correct change cannot be known objectively,” said one customer. “Next time I buy a $3 coffee with a $20 bill and only get $1 back, I’ll be eliminating a little bit of racism from the world.”
Shadowy figures in the South African government’s mohair subsidy market have accused Donaldson of using ties to powerful American media men to influence the worldwide production of toupees.
“We are providing both confidence and stability by paying 150,000 bolivars per hour instead of 40,000,” said lawmaker Francisco Torrealba.
CalPERS officially aligns itself with U.S. policy, but draws a bright red trail of dollars to Chinese intercontinental ballistic missiles, Muslim concentration camps, the NBA, and Hunter Biden.
“The business model for some stores is saturation that creates food deserts in inner city neighborhoods,” Sanders says. “Socialism creates the same effect at virtually no cost, without the obesity.”
“Once we force gig workers to join a union, clock in at 8 a.m. and take their breaks on schedule, they won’t feel like wage slaves anymore,” Warren said.
Carlos and the other 149 campers start chanting the motto of Camp Agape: “Redistribution sets you free.” Fifteen minutes later, I’m convinced the phrase can never be fully eradicated from my mind and I’m strangely okay with that.