Frankly, I got used to his horse-spit quickly but what turned my stomach were the retarded idiots on the radio discussing Mini-Mike's "great" ideas. Listening to their utter stupidity was hard. "I like am sickened like by the way like the America like treats like the environment, I'm like bummed you know?" These people vote and they vote blue.
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Yeah, me, too. The math is correct; it is about $1.50 per person, but I have no idea what I was attempting to convey by multiplying 300 million by 100 million - should have been 1 million. That number would be 3 followed by 14 zeros or 300 trillion. Still a big number.Grayling813 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 08, 2020 10:08 pmNever do math when naptime calls! Thanks for the correction.mayor wrote: ↑Sun Mar 08, 2020 1:49 pmI don't think anyone has that much money. There are about 320 million people in the U.S. Bloomberg's $500 million is enough for about $1.50 per person. 100,000,000 times 300,000,000 is 3 followed by 18 zeros. I had to ask the google what that number is. 3 quintillion.Grayling813 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 08, 2020 1:26 pmThink about how much Mini Mike could have really changed people’s lives by just giving every American citizen $1,000,000.00! And then just got out of their lives forever. Could have saved himself $150 million and saved us from listening to his constant ads on every tv and radio station.philip964 wrote: ↑Fri Mar 06, 2020 11:16 pmhttps://news.yahoo.com/brian-williams-b ... 42051.html
Michael Bloomberg spends more than $1,000,000.00 per person living in the United States in his failed attempt to become president says Brian Williams on MSNBC.
He spent $500 million.
A twitter user says he could have just given her the $1,000,000.00.