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    Bill Maher’s ‘Real Time’ Addresses Issues, But Avoids Asking Certain

    It was the next-to-last show of the season Friday for Bill Maher’s Real Time on HBO. So It was a moment for the host to ponder some of the supply chain issues and other big questions confronting US society, which some – including Maher – believe threaten life as we know it in this country.  So who better to bring on than multimillionaire entrepreneur Kevin O’Leary, aka “Mr. Wonderful” from ABC-TV’s Shark Tank, to talk about a world where the women of Only Fans are now accepting canned goods, thanks to supply chain issues, as Maher joked.  Why, asked Maher, are supply chain issues a problem when the stock market is booming and unemployment is low?.    O’Leary said he confronts the problem of supply chain blockages every day “We’re having major problems,” he said, blaming countries that ha …

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