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I wonder how much transportation costs contribute to this. I know it has to be one of the biggest reasons for people abandoning exhurbs and far reaching suburbs.
If gas continues to rise as it is, and all of our salaries stay stagnant, and considering most of the country is allergic to spending money on public ...more
The young people wont be "in your shoes" because by then end of the boomers, there wont be anything left for us. We are just going to spend the rest of our lives paying for you to live until you are 105 years old.
Here is news, you didnt pay in enough over your lifetime to expect a life style check in return.
I dont know exactly how you believe that 6% of your paycheck, should have magically turned in to 20 times that amount, for 20+ years. Those are returns Wall Street equities havent even seen.
You should have s...more
You can get what you put in, Im fine with that, and you can even have 5% compound interest on it....but when you are 80 years old, which is about when that runs out, you get off it.
I should not have to pay for you to live until you are 105. Nor is it fair that a majority of people never get ANY social sec...more
I thought I might have been seeing something the other day when I noticed that "normal" Doritos bags are seeming to be getting increasingly closer to what were "big grabs" that you could pick up in 7-eleven. The "family size" bags look to be about the same size as "normal" Doritos bags were about 5-10 years ago.