emptyage

Earlier generations have weathered recessions, of course; this stall we’re in has the look of something nastier. Social Security and Medicare are going to be diminished, at best. Hours worked are up even as hiring staggers along: Blood from a stone looks to be the normal order of things “going…

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    All of this. ALL OF IT! I’d like to add, that when my partner and I finally managed to beg, borrow and save enough for...
  15. djin7 reblogged this from emptyage and added:
    Generation X is sick of your bullshit.
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    Nice to see that even has we age, Generation X hasn’t lost any of it’s angst.
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    Awesome. Sums it up perfectly.
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    As someone who is solidly in the GenX demographic, I endorse this message.
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    That’s the kind of shock therapy I need on a daily basis. Thanks for the punch in the stomach!!!!;-{D