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256: Economy Murders

By Scott Stratten

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In today’s episode, we’re discussing different ways people are taking advantage of how the economy works. The “Be My Eyes” app is a real thing and pretty amazing; one 7-Year-Old is crushing YouTube to the tune of $22M a year; Starkist is blaming Millennials for a 30-year drop in tuna sales; the economy is LITERALLY killing Millennials; and Burger King expertly trolls McDonalds to give people ¢1 whoppers. All this and more!

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:00:05.16]Intro
  • [00:00:32.07]2019 Already Leaving Me Hanging
  • [00:01:34.25]Be My Eyes
  • [00:06:01.15]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:06:30.19]Big Money Toys
  • [00:13:04.15]Millennial Tuna
  • [00:17:33.07]The Economy Murders
  • [00:22:14.29]Whopper Trolls

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Mentioned In This Episode

Be My Eyes

A 7-year-old Boy Is Making $22 Million a Year on Youtube Reviewing Toys

Tuna Fish Is Struggling Because ‘Millennials Don’t Even Own Can Openers’

Millennials Didn’t Kill the Economy. The Economy Killed Millennials.