Coca-Cola and tariffs

That guy Charlton Heston reminds me of Moses........ Instead of waving that staff over his head in his fury against the Egyptians, it is a Remington.   Oops:  Remington just went  under.  Oh, well. Death and bankruptcy catches up to us all. 

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Concealed carry straws are going to be worth so much now on the California black market.

Don't bring a toothpick to a straw fight.

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2 minutes ago, Tom Kirkman said:

Concealed carry straws are going to be worth so much now on the California black market.

Don't bring a toothpick to a straw fight.

Shhh!  (don't let them hear you mention toothpicks)

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6 minutes ago, Dan Warnick said:

Shhh!  (don't let them hear you mention toothpicks)

This terrorist video will soon be banned...

Straw Toothpick Shooter

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1 minute ago, Tom Kirkman said:

This terrorist video will soin be banned...

Straw Toothpick Shooter

There is so much wrong about that video.  Heh-heh.  

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and now American blue jean manufacturers say they’re losing business after the European Union imposed a retaliatory tariff on the product 

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11 minutes ago, 李伟王芳 said:

and now American blue jean manufacturers say they’re losing business after the European Union imposed a retaliatory tariff on the product 

Everyday the number of companies and industries feeling the pain of Trump’s economic policies grow.

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Newell Brands, the company behind brands including Sharpie and Yankee Candle, says it won’t “hesitate” to raise prices over President Trump’s tariffs. The company, which also makes Crock-Pot, Sunbeam and Rubbermaid products, said during an earnings call on Monday that as the tariffs currently stand, the annualized impact on Newell Brands could be as much as $100 million

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