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Buying a $200 Lego Should Disqualify You from a Potential Stimulus Check

by Kevin Nardone

2020 has been tough on everyone. There is no denying that. People need to do whatever it is they do to cope.

Some have resorted to compulsively baking. The second that an ounce of existential dread creeps into their fragile quarantine brain—a dozen homemade muffins are born.

Some have committed to exercise and gotten in shape. Others have done the opposite.

Considering how brutal this year has been, I can’t find it in me to scrutinize anyone. Even the bakers that then obsessively post their creations. Something I’d typically take great umbrage with.

But that being said, I feel sound in suggesting that if you decide to take whatever money you have saved up during these tumultuous times and spend over $200 on a Lego figurine, you should be crossed off of the Stimulus mailing list.

Clearly you struggle with critical thinking and decision making. Much like the government which is apparently still rummaging through its drawers for stamps.

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