Last edited by J~$$$$; 10-06-2011 at 12:33 PM.
I can see how those who are OK not paying a mortgage and being able to live in the home their bank owns for 24 months rent-free would also want to be able to bail on their student loans. I'm starting to see the common platform.
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These schools practically promise the "know someone" part when they talk about how great job placement is and how 95% of the people who graduate work in the field. To bad thats all bullshit.
These schools get all the protection the students are just massive entitled brats? Either way this bullshit set up is a drain on all of us. Same as the morgage problems. Save the banks fuck the people.
I like that. SAVE THE RICH, FUCK THE POOR!
In summary, the 99% doesn’t want to take risks anymore. They want free credit, but don’t want to be responsible for it. If things don’t work out, they don’t want to be accountable. For those who hold them accountable, they protest against. Instead of taking the bull by the horns and driving their own destiny, or even better, innovating and creating jobs for others, they want to float comfortably.
Those who want to take risks and drive their own destiny are the enemy. Those who are responsbile shall pay for everyone. They shall be taken down and this county should thrive no longer.
So your theory as to why income disparity and poverty are on the rise is that 99% of living Americans are bums? Fascinating.
I have a good job, a nice condo and a solid education, and I'm watching my retirement savings disappear due to gross mismanagement and greed by the 1%. That's my perspective. And its not because the 1% are greedier or stupider than in previous generations. Its because people like you let them get away with it.
There aren't enough jobs. Period. They're gone. They're not coming back. Whether school was or was not hard work is irrelevant, we free-traded our way into the shitter. Every person on this thread is arguing about the lace fringe on a great big blanket of fuck you.
what i think lunatic core is trying to say is that basically a degree was suppose to at least get your foot in the door like it did back in the day. A degree is supposed to say im at least qualified to do the job you want me to do. Now everyone is getting bachelors degrees and now they almost mean nothing. Everything goes back to how things were, and you parents legacy begins to matter alot more. Where it matters who you know and not what you know. Say a person like me who comes from a working class immigrant family. My parents dont have any previous connections or resources that can be handed over to me. They dont know anyone that can get me a job. But people from the middle class and upper class have parents and resources available them help them get a job a whole lot easier then it is for me. This workforce is now a information based workforce. How is anyone supposed to determine and choose who is better qualified for a job when two potential employees are just out of college. You say get a damn internship, I say I'm to busy having a fucking job to just get by while I'm in college. Im not saying people can't just do a good job and make their own person and end up having a great job because many people can and they do. But in reality the vast majority of people in this country are just mediocre and nothing more; and they will run into this problem.
PERSPECTIVE people. Learn there is such a thing.