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Old 09-24-2018, 10:54 AM
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Only one word describes this: REPULSIVE

I don't know what else to call the behavior exhibited on this forum, when the people celebrating are literally celebrating on the graves of their grandchildren's futures.

Do people expect robotic assistance in the future?

Something to think about...perhaps...no?
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Old 09-24-2018, 11:08 AM
 
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Only one word describes this: REPULSIVE

I don't know what else to call the behavior exhibited on this forum, when the people celebrating are literally celebrating on the graves of their grandchildren's futures.

Do people expect robotic assistance in the future?

Something to think about...perhaps...no?
I'm not following you. Improved senior optimism today is somehow spitting on their grand children's graves?
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Old 09-24-2018, 11:15 AM
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I'm not following you. Improved senior optimism today is somehow spitting on their grand children's graves?
I don't know how to answer this question.

Does your computer not work? Did you not see the first post on this page?

What is your interpretation?

Maybe an apology would be in line?

Also those income estimates are just simply H I L A R I O U S to me if it wasn't so sad and ultimately misleading.
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Old 09-24-2018, 12:27 PM
 
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I don't know how to answer this question.

Does your computer not work? Did you not see the first post on this page?

What is your interpretation?

Maybe an apology would be in line?

Also those income estimates are just simply H I L A R I O U S to me if it wasn't so sad and ultimately misleading.
I see a graph demonstrating senior confidence rising.

I don't know why I would doubt that, especially as compared to 2009.

An apology about what and to whom?

I don't see incomes on the graph. Maybe I am missing something.
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Old 09-24-2018, 12:46 PM
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I see a graph demonstrating senior confidence rising.

I don't know why I would doubt that, especially as compared to 2009.

An apology about what and to whom?

I don't see incomes on the graph. Maybe I am missing something.
You didn't read what I wrote correctly. I said, you must have missed the content I posted on THIS page.

However, perhaps the content was posted on another page for your device? I don't know.

Yes, senior's confidence should be rising because that confidence is built on the graves of their children's futures. I'm not sure how else I can articulate this.

Look at the numbers. What do you see? Am I wasting my time here?

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Old 09-24-2018, 02:19 PM
 
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You didn't read what I wrote correctly. I said, you must have missed the content I posted on THIS page.

However, perhaps the content was posted on another page for your device? I don't know.

Yes, senior's confidence should be rising because that confidence is built on the graves of their children's futures. I'm not sure how else I can articulate this.

Look at the numbers. What do you see? Am I wasting my time here?

Unless future politicians decide to raise taxes to pay off the national debt, our kids won't be paying more.
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Old 09-24-2018, 08:00 PM
 
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You didn't read what I wrote correctly. I said, you must have missed the content I posted on THIS page.

However, perhaps the content was posted on another page for your device? I don't know.

Yes, senior's confidence should be rising because that confidence is built on the graves of their children's futures. I'm not sure how else I can articulate this.

Look at the numbers. What do you see? Am I wasting my time here?
Yes, I believe you are wasting your time here.

There is a button at the end of every post here that is labeled "QUOTE," using that button will refer what you wrote directly to whatever content you are commenting upon regardless of who posted it. To simply make offhand comments in post number 34 without benefit of using that "QUOTE" button leaves open the question of which of the previous 33 posts it refers to.

Perhaps rather than including goofy pictures in your posts you'd consider making clear references to what you're talking about - that would be a start in articulating your message.
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