In a podcast with New York comedian Nikki Glaser, Joe Rogan discusses James’ article, calling it “a fucking sobering read and not hyperbole,” but nowhere on the podcast is there any discussion about its veracity. Joe and his guest do not question any of its assumptions or claims. For someone who has built a reputation… Continue reading New York is Not Dead/Dying, part 3
Month: September 2020
New York is Not Dead/Dying, part 2
James’ viral article NYC IS DEAD FOREVER… HERE’S WHY, is one of those articles in which I know the author is wrong without even having to read it. Yes, the headline is hyperbole and he does not literally mean that New York City will become like Detroit or Baltimore, but the premise that New York… Continue reading New York is Not Dead/Dying, part 2
New York is Not Dead/Dying, part 1
Lately there has been considerable discussion/debate about if New York is dead and or irreparably/mortally damaged due to the economic fallout of Covid. In the context of this debate, by ‘New York,’ they mean the city, and more specifically, the higher-income parts. New York City will liekly always have a lot of people, particularly in… Continue reading New York is Not Dead/Dying, part 1
The media resurgence
The Kylie Rittenhouse story is turning into one of the biggest news stories of the year. I emphatically believe he should be acquitted of all charges, as he was not only exercising his 2nd amendment rights, but acting in self-defense. The biggest winners of this story are the media. I remember in 2017-2019 incessant stories… Continue reading The media resurgence
How big can the tech giants become?
Tesla, along with Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Facebook are laying the digital and physical (in the case of Tesla) groundwork and infrastructure for the type-1 civilization transition that futurists for decades have been predicting, although few have offered any specific investing advice to profit from this transition. This is not to be be confused for… Continue reading How big can the tech giants become?