Open thread July 22, 2022 Dan Crawford | July 22, 2022 5:00 am Comments (17) | Digg Facebook Twitter |
Americans filing jobless claims at highest level in 8 months
Boston Globe – July 22
Exactly what NDd wrote (not that you copied it) yesterday and we posted today. Do you believe wages are the issue here?
I suspect that job insecurity, price increases and shortages are the issues mostly. If unemployment benefits are available, why not take them?
But, are prices going up because wages are also? Hmmm.
What is wrong?
Fred taking his position as Angry Bear’s chyron again.
A semi-c’est la vie. We are trying to do something a bit different. There is so much stuff out there we do not see or see and could write about. We can offer it up in an abbreviated form. As you probably noticed, I get tons of healthcare stuff which I can not examine deeply but it can be of interest to readers. So I list it with a few blurbs.
That is the thought anyway.
I certainly have no problem with links with some sort of teaser paragraph or so when they are accompanied by actual comments by the poster(as you do all the time. It’s just the constant cut and paste with no comment at all that drives me crazy.
Fortunately, it’s very easy to scroll through material you don’t want to read.
I do it all the time.
SS post on Lawyers, Guns and Money. I tried my best for you. Sad how few understand or even try to understand.
It’s not officially a recession until this Cambridge-based group says so
Boston Globe – July 23
A lengthy article about covid in the US, and what the future (‘endemic covid’) may be like.
Endemic Covid-19 Looks Pretty Brutal
NY Times – July 20
Recent journal articles by Trevor Bedford
Is it better to post this at the bottom of a stale thread
Or to post it where it might piss somebody off
than to not post it at all?
The Dystopian Myths of Red America
NY Times – Paul Krugman – July 25