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this is what you get for doing the right thing



This is  what you get for your indoctrination and  brainwashing and  following what others  do  ....you know the wife ......the  kids  .....the bills .....the  image .......so you can feel  good  about who you are and wanting to be liked .....it  all  comes with a cost ......


Image is  not  free ....of course ........ if you want your  decorative bathroom towels ........and your  ten pillows on the bed .......you do not use .....then you have to  pay ......

its what America  wants....... you to do obey  like a bitch.......  work ....pay bills ........ get a mortgage ...get credit  ....become trapped with the kids......they want your  tax  dollars ......and you have no choice .....  but to work .......or its  child  support..........  and  then the  wife  leaves........  and goes to mums ........and  then some other  guy   fuck  her while...... you are supporting the kids ......never  end  pfftttt!!!!!!!


How many times......  have i heard a poor  pathetic  sad  man  say to me ......."i have no choice ....i got  a wife and  kids  to feed ".......i cannot imagine  being that misled and  sad ....still we  need   it  how else  does your  govt  thrive  .....

Very Sad Graph: How Much Americans Have Left to Spend After Essentials, Today

After these categories, the poorest group has spent 98% of their income, leaving them with $367 for the year -- or a dollar per day.




Your money -- where does it all go?
Depends on how much there is. For those making $16,000 a year, more than half of it goes to housing and utilities. But those making $160,000 a year still have almost two thirds of their disposable income left over after those monthly bills.
Planet Money graphs one of our favorite topics: How families spend money. Here are their numbers rendered slightly differently:

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The results aren't so surprising: Poor people spend more of their money on essentials than richer people (and these numbers don't account for dramatic geographical differences). But how much is left over?
After essentials -- housing, transportation (incl. gas), food, utilities, and clothes -- the poor have 15% of their disposable income left over, and the $150K+ crowd has about 40%. This next graph uses those figures to tell how much disposable income a typical person making $17,500, $60,000 or $150,000 has left, after the essentials are taken care of:

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This graph doesn't include a few categories you might argue are essential: food at restaurants (which is somewhere between elective and essential), health care (which is essential, but spiky) and education (which is practically essential, but specific to certain years). After those categories, the poorest group has spent 98% of their income, leaving them with $367 for the year -- or a dollar per day.
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