- May 10, 2007
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There are several reasons for this trend. Here's four:A new report finds that men in their 30s make less money than their fathers did at the same age, raising questions about deeply held notions of social mobility and the realities of the American Dream.
It's not just because they're typical Generation X slackers either.
In 2004, the median income for a man in his 30s was $35,010, the study found. Adjusted for inflation, that's 12 percent less than what men the same age were making in 1974.
I posted a subject for discussion and hoped to come back and find what people thought of the issue and this guy didnt like it so I sugested he not answer it.
seems pretty civil to me.
You and I both know the only reason he answered ti was to shoot at me.
Hell if I said that trees were green he would talk about bark.
Did I ever ask for him to be banned?
I did not even sujest people should but him on mute and I argued against limmiting his posts.
we should not limmit any posts.
we can however band togerher and vow to ut certain people on an ignore list.
Yes, that is all that you were doing is giving the crap back that was dealt to you first if anyone wants to be FAIR about it, and those here that do not know you have prematurely, imho, prejudged you.... in time they will see that this is just YOUR style of posting threads too...hopefully.... and they can continue to try to conform you to THEIR style of posting.....but all the years I have known you...I would say THAT is an impossible task!