I like to be brief and succinct.
The reasons are thus;
1. I'm lazy and really don't like writing that much.
2. Most people's attention spans today is too short to appreciate lengthier writings.
So, assuming you are of the average Cappy Cap reader, permit me this quick, brief observation:
If a society has managed to pool financial resources by taking trust funds granted from the past, and combine them with proceeds from mortgaging the future, how long can the present society last on inherited and borrowed finances?
Anybody do the fruit fly experiment?
Thus concludes your short, succinct (yet super awesome brilliant) economic insight of the day.
Enjoy the decline!