Monday , 20 May 2024

Hilarious! A Stand-up Comedy Routine By a Stand-up Economist

There is nothing dry and boring about economic and politics when you have a sense be-happyof humor, an understanding of the realities of the situation and are prepared to let it all hang out. Peter Schiff did just that recently in a hilarious stand-up comedy routine at the NY’s Funniest Reporter Show in which he talked about Bernie Madoff (Ponzi 101), Ben Bernanke (QExit) and using the name Peter Stiff.

Here is the link.

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