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    Quote Originally Posted by doug3030 View Post
    When I get my $750 "splash" if I am lucky it might ALMOST cover the increase in meat prices for a month or two. I can't see it leaving enough to create an economic stimulus of discretionary spending.
    It wouldn't be so bad if it was going to the farmers but I suspect there's a fair bit of siphoning along the track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug3030 View Post
    When I get my $750 "splash" if I am lucky it might ALMOST cover the increase in meat prices for a month or two. I can't see it leaving enough to create an economic stimulus of discretionary spending.

    I seriously hardly think any of $750 hand out will hit small businesses.


    Itís going back to the big chain stores mostly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplicity View Post
    I seriously hardly think any of $750 hand out will hit small businesses.


    Itís going back to the big chain stores mostly.
    I would usually drop a lot more than that on small businesses at woodworking shows but we probably won't see any of them this year.
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