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FWIW, my boomers would like to inherit, but won't. You don't really have the stereotyped boomers mindset. And to the useless jester who did not do my job well, put your face in the next stove and refuel yourself. Sorry, ah-loes, but not only do we run everything, we're fucking tired of this "gas boomer".
Each of you who suggests that others should be gasified themselves, and if this cannot be done, will be run over by the closest out-of-control vehicle in his neighbourhood, or if you are some kind of firearm, take your fist and put it in your mouths and blast out your valueless brain.
He' got the right to get from his folks what they had from their folks. You were responsible for getting him into this realm, and therefore you should take charge according to your abilities. It' s very funny to me that those who walk around crying for the gassings of an whole generations are all angry and shook, that someone calls them and says that they should be gasified themselves.
Gaz all those who call for gasification of others (including me)! I' m looking forward to Rosser's answer to that. This first line, no one in today's Washington Post Outlook section dedicated to the boomers said, although it has become an everyday place on such pages as Economics Job Market Rumors, where empty stories of thousands of years of frustration and anonymity pour out this opening line very often and passionately to the point of losing any ironical humour she had some while ago.
not a thousand-year-old or boomers thing. But the taxation and the dismantling of their advantages is certainly demanded by the new economic journalist (and Gen Xer) James Tankersley, in an amazingly poor piece full of so much rubbish you don't know where to begin.
None of this will ever occur because of their large number, he says, although the recent budgetary agreement has actually reduced the benefit to them (really for anyone who doesn't already receive them, but with front-end boomer most likely expected these now reduced benefit in the near future, see my contribution here).
OFFER 0 Good 0 No good ! can anyone really say that boomers have worked for their riches? lol please... emerging in the 9-5 bureau as they do alongside no work. It'?s boiler-type.