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Good job.. Fact is, there is no middle class in the states... one is either upper or lower nowadays. Those that have the 5 bedroom suburban or better are actually having a pretty good time not worrying about a damn thing, while the rest of the country is scrounging to keep a roof over their heads and food on the table. I live in Forbes magazines` worst rated economy small city three months in a row, with friends that are college graduates unable to get a job stocking groceries on third shift.
You make comments you know nothing about.Who wants
WoW-jealous much???? That`s how you sound like a jealous little child. ummm-the unemployment rate where I live is 11%. I have my masters degree and have been unemployed for three months. I can`t even get minimum wage jobs and I am facing losing my car and maybe my home. Yeah...I`m a real big baby. Although I still have it way better than some, I don`t go hungry. When I hear people from other countries make comments like that-I find it disgusting. (and it sounds like jealously to me,)
First of all, how do you know? Second, no offense, but that`s pretty moronic statement. You`re right we really shouldn`t be complaining because we`re still better of than most, but you negated your whole comment with the last sentence. What do you think`s going on here? We`re keeping our houses and not losing jobs?
Guess what? I don`t want any help either. I will continue to thrive in spite of all this...
If you want something bad enough, save up for it. You will pay less in the end.
They lost the house. Surprise Surprise. I have seen this over and over. People just want a big fancy house that compares to the neighbor`s. (By the way that is a sin, "thou shalt not covet".)
If people would have tried to live at what they could afford as opposed to what they wanted to have because the neighbor has something better, you would still be assembling the regular old made in China crap you was before the slump.
It`s just like watching some guy being interviewed who intends on jumping 30 cars on a lawnmower, you know he doesn`t have a clue, you know if he actually gave it some thought he wouldn`t do it, you know he`s gonna fail, but god it`s fun to watch them flipping across the ground knowing every hit, ever snap, every thud is accompanied by grave regret...
(pfft..it`s funny..maybe racist, but screw you if ya can`t take a joke.)
"Oh damn. The economy is in the crapper and we`re up to our eyeballs in debt? Hmmmmm, let`s spend even more and keep saying that we need to do it! Why be fiscally responsible when you can spend like there`s no tomorrow and give the debt to the next generation?"
Thank you, Washington D.C., for spending more than you have, wasting my tax dollars on programs that are complete sinkholes, and for disregarding the Constitution.
Saying no one would seriously do this just tells me you don`t work in retail. People are always trying to pay less than what the tag says.
However, it also tells me that *you* don`t do that, and for that - THANK YOU!!!!!! :)
Are you sure you get it?Do you know what humor is? I wasn`t aware it had to involve realistic situations.
The video portrays AT LEAST this:How no other business or institution would allow such a ridiculous credit system, but the financial district had no issues giving out loans to very unreliable people. (And then the financial district froze, leading to our lovely economy as is now.)
There was a huge boom before the recession, but it was just hot air so to speak.