Joe Sixpack

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Joe′ Six′pack

or Joe′ Six′-pack

(ˈsɪks pæk)
Slang. the average or typical blue-collar man.
[1975–80, Amer.]
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In pursuit of an American Soul, he has passed glibly over the wreckage of the American Body Politic, and leaves open the question of whether the fear Trump inspires in Meacham could just as easily be the hope that Joe Sixpack has been nursing since the factories in Youngstown, Ohio, went dark and Ross Perot predicted the great NAFTA sucking sound.
Four, non-farm payrolls and retail sales will both deliver upside surprises in the next three months as Trump's fiscal stimulus and the first synchronised global economic expansion since Lehman's failure boost corporate America and Joe Sixpack's bottom line.
One has to ask: what exactly is the point of a Libertarian Party that puts two moderate Republicans at the head of its presidential ticket and aims to win over Mary Matalin rather than Joe Sixpack? The LP is enacting, on a smaller scale, the very strategy that turned the bright promise of the Rand Paul campaign into a disaster.
"3V Gear offers quality gear for the outdoors person, prepper, and Joe Sixpack," said Shaughn O'Neill, Account Manager at
"It's an indication that craft is starting to appeal more to Joe Sixpack and the folks that were drinking mainstream lagers.''
Any hint that Joe Sixpack in the US will see his consumer spending fall due to fiscal drag, any hint that the PBOC will abandon easy money to combat inflation, means a bloodbath on Wall Street.
Creole proverbs abound as she gauges the temperature of Fred Voodoo, Haiti's version of Joe Sixpack. What emerges is a case study in what Wilentz views as a global erosion of human kindness.--Adam Weinstein
To hear the Vivos Group's RobertVicino tell it, Uncle Sam is definitely not a part of Apocalypse America's welcome wagon, at least if you're Joe Sixpack. "You know the government has underground facilities," Vicino says.
Joe Sixpack, driving his 15 mpg Dodge RAM pickup, is now forking over an extra $1,200 per year in gas expenditures, not to mention more for everything impacted by oil such as food, utilities, and anything transported to their local Wal-Mart by truck (everything).
Combined with increased Democratic acceptance of free-market economic orthodoxy, this has left Joe the Plumber, Joe Sixpack, and all the other ordinary Joes little reason to examine or doubt the half-truths fed to them by corporate America's friends on the Right.
Politics: Lawmakers will think twice about raising cost of beer for Joe Sixpack in tough economic times
"We don't think an economic recession is anytime to levy a tax against Joe Sixpack," he said.