Friday, March 18, 2016

Signs the economy is bad, March 18, 2016 edition

Welcome to another edition of "Signs the Economy is Bad" here at The Itinerant Librarian. This is the semi-regular (as in when I have time and/or feel like doing it) feature where I scour the Internet in search of the oh so subtle hints that the economy is bad. Sure, pundits may say things are getting better, but what do they know? And to show not all is bad, once in a while we look at how good the uber rich have it.  

Welcome to the day after St. Patrick's Day hangover edition of "Signs the economy is bad." Yes, things are still bad in the economy, and for some reason, I noticed much of the signs have to do with hospitals and health. I guess if you close down enough hospitals you can start decreasing that surplus population. So, let's get on with it.

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