Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Well, very late boomer here ('59) but smart enough to know that my SS deduction from last month goes into my parent's mailbox next month. But I will happily extract as much as I can from that system when I can. Thanks kids!
funny video. I wish more men heard about MGTOW movement, we need a common cause to be united against all these baby boomers, they destroyed our lives. But if we collaborate and leave them outside we have a greater chance to achieve at least a modest life.
The only line I believe from Top terrible missed tax return excuses: "a trader whose wife allegedly refused to hand over the mail "http://metro.co.uk/2014/01/03/my-goldfish-died-top-terrible-missed-tax-return-excuses-revealed-4247990/
I (at 57) wish I could defend the boomer generation, but it's simply not possible.I recently escaped the cubicle hell that Sisyphus would have recognized as normal (aerospace engineering). I was always amazed at how many of my contemporaries were dyed in the wool liberals and would rail against foreign intervention. All the while collecting a handsome paycheck from the "military/industrial complex".They would get absolutely giddy discussing the the latest, military funded, technological breakthrough that surely would allow more efficient target acquisition and weapons deployment on target. Killing so to speak.They're still voting and pushing that rock up the hill. One must imagine them happy. Fuckers.
What makes the Boomers so dangerous is their self-righteousness and failure to acknowledge the mess they created. If the next generation throws them under the bus, there will be a lot schadenfreude.
see you monday. now i have time to plan shit to d….FUCK, i have to work tuesday. ah, we'll still have fun.
No they didn't. They squandered their own parents' inheritance, spent everything they ever made on crap they didn't need, and now have the gall to demand the kids they neglected clean up the mess.The only realistic retirement plan the kids can count on is the Smith & Wesson plan. What's the boomers' excuse?
I'm a boomer, but I despised what my generation did to the country. Even in high school I knew there was something the matter with them. Politically they're the children of FDR's followers, and the grandchildren of the "progressives" and "reformers". Some of us spoke out, but the "idealistic" leftists had the media on their side. The boomers threw away the chance to turn the country back to limited constitutional government and the free enterprise system. And they threw away their own children's future. Just make me a judge when the trials start.
"But I paid into the system" I always reply "and you voted in the politicians that wasted all the money. If you voted for responsible people the money would be there for you now."@1984 there are boomers who are MGTOW, it isn't about generational battles.
Decent rant. Too bad you seem to be of the opinion that right is somehow better than left. Good luck with that.I_S
I've been eligible to join AARP for the last 14 years, but have refused, specifically because they're complicit in keeping Social Security from getting the dirt nap it deserves.
Indent, being 'right' may not be 'cool', but it's better to be right than to be cool.
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