When I learned about the Burger King Taco a week ago, I, I don’t know, didn’t really think all that much about it. But, I’m a foodaholic – so I eventually had to give it a try. Plus, I kinda like Burger King. So why not?
Before I really got the urge, I did some research. I read a few articles online to see what people had to say. You know – reviews. The reviews sucked. They didn’t tell me what I wanted to know. I wanted to know if they were more like Taco Bell or Jack’s (aka Jack in the Box).
The reviews did compare them to the Jack’s taco – but they left me believing the Burger King taco was really, technically, nothing like the Jack’s version.
Young people can’t survive because of ridiculous college debt and extremely high rent prices – not to mention the cost of everything else. Because of this, they want Socialism to level the playing field.
A large portion of middle class people will be losing their jobs due to technology advances over the next 5 to 10 years. They will also be calling for Socialism to level the playing field.
Mark my words. It. Is. Over. All of it. Stop spending your money on unnecessary things. Save as much as you can, work hard, and prepare to leave the country. It’s only a matter of time that this is nothing like the country you grew up in. It. Is. Over.
Be glad you’re not a millennial. If you’re a lucky millennial like Mark Zuckerberg, of course, you’ll be fine. If you’re like the typical Millennial, there is no hope. There’s not enough time to do anything but hope for Socialism. Unfortunately, they won’t be happy when they get it.
If you’re older, you’re already ahead of the game. Save, save, save – and prepare to leave. Or don’t. And do your best to pretend you made the right decision…
I see a lot of people here in America – hating America lately. I see people complaining about Capitalism. I see people complaining that the government isn’t helping them enough. Don’t get me wrong – some people qualify for assistance – but most are fully capable of not only earning a good living on their own – but becoming, at least to some extent, “rich”…
Over the past couple of years, I’ve been watching immigrants come to the U.S. and earn a great living. The country they come from isn’t wealthy like ours – and they aren’t used to the riches and luxuries of a wealthy nation. Perhaps this is to their advantage.
Let’s take China for example. Outside of big cities like Shanghai and Beijing, China is a poor country. Chinese people living in rich cities don’t move to America. Why would they? Shanghai is like New York City. It’s rich. They work hard and party hard. They drive nice cars. They wear nice clothes. They’re the same as us.