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A poetic Google search (E1567)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the ‘American poem’ as delivered by a Google search: “do I get a stimulus check,”“do I qualify for unemployment,”“do I have ADHD,”“do I have anxiety.” They also discuss the building rent and property tax apocalypse in New York City, where 25% of the population has not paid rent since March. In the second half, Max interviews bitcoin miner Marshall Long about hashrate wars and bitcoin mining in an age of a money printing pandemic and geopolitical unease. They also discuss the argument that mining is ‘bad for the environment.’

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