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Why are boomers still working?

By MisterLefty following x   2018 May 15, 3:14pm 289 views   4 comments   watch   sfw   quote     share    


1.Blew savings on coke, liquor and hookers.

2. Botox and butt lifts cost money.

3. Reverend T.D Jakes' needed another Learjet.

4. Porn subscription costs are not trivial.

5. Giving bank account access to on-line Asian bride a miscalculation.

https://www.thestreet.com/story/13474521/1/why-baby-boomers-are-not-retiring.html

1   Tenpoundbass   ignore (10)   2018 May 15, 3:39pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote        

America isn't the Ultimate country empire. And the rest of the world isn't at our tourists beckon and call. Traveling is cost prohibitive, and banks don't compound interest on savings.
So even if you retire with a nest egg in your retirement. All it takes is three consecutive Atlas Rockets exploding on the launch pad, and everyone rallying Oil at $150 for over 2 weeks. To wipe away more than 60% of your retirement savings if not all of it. There's no benefit, or incentive to retire. Retire and do what?
Where in the hell would a retiree go? Establishments used to have management that understood retirees and catered to earning their business. Management today does everything in their power to drive them away and blame Boomers when they lay off employees. Living isn't cheap, a condo in a retirement community used to be $25 to $35K. Now they've parlayed them into the Medical insurance industry. By time you get an aging person in one, every sibling has to chip a few hundred dollars to cover the costs of living in a retirement home every month. If they retire they become a burden.

Number one reason though is really 18 years of Liberals relentlessly blaming Boomers as a generation to hide the graft, Pelosi, Waters, Clinton, McConnel and many others that have been manipulating the markets while they got rich doing insider trading. While pandering "The boomers are all rich 1% and is why young people can't have nothing."

So yeah, Boomers refuse to retire because Liberals are fucking morons, and the last thing they want to do is retire and have to deal with them everyday. As a Senior in the Retiree industry that is designed to suck them dry in less than 5 years and put on a death panel list.
But thanks for asking!
2   Quigley   ignore (0)   2018 May 15, 3:50pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote        

6. Counted on Armageddon and a timely Rapture to sort out retirement plans, so didn’t save or invest, but took out lots of debt to fund immediate gratification!
3   Tenpoundbass   ignore (10)   2018 May 15, 4:13pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote        

I would note when I moved to South Florida in the 80's it was a Retiree wonderland. They were always having a blast, it was cheap and affordable for them to live and just have a blast living out the rest of their days. They were middle class, retirees. You would have be senior executive level retiree today, to live the lifestyle they were afforded for just dollars a day.
You know the world famous South Beach in Miami? One of the wold's most hottest and expensive Zipcodes now? When I moved here South Beach was a Jewish Senior community. Cheap bastards living in cheap buildings. I remember when they tossed them out and gentrified those buildings. All they did was put a facade on the outside. The uneven 2 and 3rd story wood floors where the plywood didn't meet right they left like it was.
The golden age of the ideal Retirement and planning for it is over. You'll take your chances and get what you get I can promise you that. There's a larger industry that wants to burn through retirees savings in short order. Than there is an industry that wants to make sure you are comfortable for the rest of your days.

IN fact when was the last time you ever heard a Liberal motherfucker in Washington champion Senior Citizens? You would have to dig way back to Tip O'Neil and Ted Kennedy to answer that question. Championing Seniors today is political poison for Democrat politicians. The Marxist Liberals will make you pariah if you dare to champion a Boomer they say Boomers are the 1% and responsible for everything horrible in this country. While being such evil cocksuckers themselves. Liberals deflect EVERYTHING!
4   ThreeBays   ignore (0)   2018 May 15, 10:33pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote        

Tenpoundbass says
I would note when I moved to South Florida in the 80's it was a Retiree wonderland. They were always having a blast, it was cheap and affordable for them to live and just have a blast living out the rest of their days. They were middle class, retirees. You would have be senior executive level retiree today, to live the lifestyle they were afforded for just dollars a day.
You know the world famous South Beach in Miami? One of the wold's most hottest and expensive Zipcodes now? When I moved here South Beach was a Jewish Senior community. Cheap bastards living in cheap buildings. I remember when they tossed them out and gentrified those buildings. All they did was put a facade on the outside. The uneven 2 and 3rd story wood floors where the plywood didn't meet right they left like it was.
The golden age of the ideal Retirement and planning for it is over. You'll take your chances and get what you get I can promise you that. There's a larger industry that wants to burn through reti...


Senior citizens are the beneficiaries of all the can kicking going on in this country. When was the last time a GOP politician in Washington championed anything that looks like giving a damn about future generations?




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