Ricardo Villalobos: 'Music melds the classes'

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Ricardo Villalobos: 'Music melds the classes'

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Re: Ricardo Villalobos: 'Music melds the classes'

Post by John Clees » Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:57 am

Completely missed this...

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Re: Ricardo Villalobos: 'Music melds the classes'

Post by John Clees » Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:58 am

“and the US now has the third world in terms of what they pay people. They give people sh!t to eat, and sh!t medicine, so they work 60 years and then they die. This wave is coming to Europe, and it’s something we have to worry about.”
The standard of living in the United States is high by the standards that most economists use, and for many decades throughout the 20th century, the United States was recognized as having the highest standard of living in the world.
The World: Life Expectancy (2017) - Top 100+

US Population 79 / 323.1 million (2016) * ave per/person / not even close.

http://www.geoba.se/population.php?pc=world&type=15

Demark : 80 / 5.731 million (2016)

Germany 80.79/ 81.8 million

It's easy to blame the dragon.

US 79 : Chile 79

Chile 79 / 17.3 million

just a few figures.

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