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Updated: 9/28/2020
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  • Hey! Today we will be talking about the different types of economies with a very thrilling plane trip!
  • Well, I have absolutely no clue how they let us in North Korea, but alas, here we are.
  • *le breath of exhaust*
  • les'ggo (my eggo)
  • *snoring*
  • north korea has one of the economies that is a complete "command economy", which is an economy where everything is owned and controlled by the government. pffft, what individual freedom?
  • good swedish alcohol
  • a true market economy means that there is no government involvement whatsoever in the business market, which is also known as social anarchism (i made that up). This makes a true market society as impossible as a functioning American governmental system.
  • SIR! IT IS 1 PM! I HAVE ASKED YOU FOR 5 HOURS NOW TO GET OUT!
  • *passed out drunk noises*
  • here we have kenya, a barren wasteland of a country, because painted by the american media, it is a place stricken with aids and war. they used to have a traditional economy, where goods and services have been produced the way it also has been, with hunters and gathers. now, they have nothing, because they're all dead, apparently.
  • now we are in beautiful sweden, with its' many forests, beautiful alcohol, and a mixed economy. this is what nearly every country has, and it combines elements of both command and market. the government interferes some, but not completely, and the free market still thrives.
  • well that was the end of the tour....and i think our tour guide passed out from the swedish alcohol. well, anyway, that was fun, i think. have a day now!
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