Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Dear madame Zoltar

Happy May Day, my komrades!  Let's overthrow the government by lunch.  Or not.  Who will pay my Social Security benefits then?  If we're putting in a better SS system, then I'm for the revolution.  If not; then not.

It feels like such a long time since I've spoken to you.  That's life, getting in the middle of everything and messing it up.  I don't even remember what all I was doing, but the rationale was there each time.  I even thought about skipping today, but I was afraid that you'd all cancel the spot in your hearts that you have for me. 

I think that the first blog I missed, a sick Arab was involved.  I hope he's better by now.  I don't remember what I did on the other occasions, but they had to be IMPORTANT to supplant my blog.  Like answering the president's call for help important. I'm sorry, but somethings are simply more important than others.  You figure it out.

Junior has a new girlfriend and all I can say is that I pity her.  Junior will have her worn out in no time.  He sucks the life right out of you.  Teen Dracula.

Junior's girlfriend is kind of pretty.  Too bad.

Even Señor Zanza is worked up.  He keeps playing his recorder to calm down,but he misses some notes.  It's like he has the hiccups.

How about that Foxcon?  All the people who have invested billions of dollars in Foxcon's scam are waiting for the other shoe to drop.  That is, the representatives from Foxcon are all boy scouts who wouldn't know the truth if it bit them in the butt.  What about the projects that are dependent upon Foxcon building and manufacturing here?  If you bought the old "Y" building across from the JT, do you start renovations now or do you wait?  What if the entire Foxcon project turns out to be a lie?  Just think of all the people and equipment that this has attracted.  What happens to them?  Ex-Governor Walker put on a great show.  Liars must certainly draw more liars.  Foxcon is smoke and mirrors.  Maybe we can get Trump to spew some lies at Foxcon.  They all deserve each other.

I saw in the paper where efforts are underway to replant the local forests ravaged by the emerald ash borer.  There was even a picture of Mayor Lawn Gnome holding a shovel bigger than he is.  Do these kinds of staged events do anything?  Do any readers feel compelled to plant some resistant trees thanks to the picture of Mayor Butterball?  More likely that residents are inspired to rob a corner grocery store.  That is what the Mayor and others are doing: robbing the taxpayers.  All you have to do is bring a big lawsuit against the city.  In a year or two, your lawsuit will be paid.  Free money.  You can't beat that, even with talk and pictures of Foxcon.

It's mighty foggy out there right now.  Be careful if you have to travel.  Better yet, go back to bed.

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TSE said...

Off to the Soylent Green Factory with you! MME. Zoltar!

Social Security Will Cross Another Dangerous Milestone Next Year

And the Social Security Administration (SSA) has said that they need a MINIMUM of 2.8 workers paying into the system for every one retiree collecting benefits.

You can probably see that maintaining this delicate balance requires steady population growth; every generation has to be large enough to support the previous generation.

If population growth trends get too far out of whack, it means there will either be too few workers, or too many retirees…

And that’s exactly what’s happening now: people are simply having fewer children.

In the Land of the Free, birth rates are the lowest levels EVER since they started keeping records decades ago.

And this has been a long-term problem: fertility rates were already in decline when the 2008 financial crisis accelerated the trend.

Researchers estimate that 4.8 million babies were never born as a result of the Great Recession.

Some of the reasons are pretty obvious– kids are expensive. And they aren’t getting any cheaper.

You used to be able to raise a family on a single income. Today, the average household can afford one, maybe two kids. And that’s with both parents working.

Unsurprisingly, as the fertility rate has fallen over the years, so has Social Security’s worker-to-retiree ratio.

It’s already dangerously low.

And next year there will be just 2.7 workers paying into Social Security for each retiree - below the minimum necessary to sustain the program. After that it will keep falling.

No Moar Joo - Buks 4 U MME Zoltar!

Anonymous said...

You should forewarn junior that his girlfriend has syphilis.