Do you make money savings?

Re: Do you make money savings?

Postby The Comrade » Wed May 27, 2015 10:32 pm

whoa slow down ed gein
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Re: Do you make money savings?

Postby Dylan » Wed May 27, 2015 10:33 pm

:)) good reference
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Re: Do you make money savings?

Postby Saz » Thu May 28, 2015 8:32 pm

Winchester wrote:
Saz wrote:Non-responsive, as expected. Feel free to rebut the graphs and charts. You know, using actual data instead of things you just made up to ease your guilty boomer conscience.

From the link I provided a month ago... the one you never responded to.

Figure. Monthly Student Loan Payment-to-Income Ratios, 1992-2010

"The average repayment term for student loans increased over this period, allowing borrowers to shoulder increased debt loads without larger monthly payments."

Way to not post the article and admit this obviously relevant little tid-bit.

It's like saying a new BMW is cheaper than some shitty carolla because the BMW is only 100 a month and the carolla is 200. Of course, it would be fraud if a dealer told you that and never mentioned the fact the you will be paying for 120 months $100 a month, whereas the carolla is $200 a month but only for 12 months.

This is what I mean man, why do you do this? You are almost always a pretty reasonable guy but when we start talking about this you all of a sudden because even less intellectually honest and capable than the Canadian. You are better than this, which is why I'm disappointed with you and not angry.
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Re: Do you make money savings?

Postby eric » Tue Jun 02, 2015 11:20 pm

I'm soooooo glad that tax dollars paid for my education. Would not want the loans. And I'm somebody who will actually make enough to pay them back. I'm not so against taking out loans to pay for school, but there's a disconnect between paying for school and then not being able to find work that allows you a payback period that's reasonable.

Boomer policies are screwing things pretty hard right now. Our country needs to change. Things just aren't the same, you can't expect the same economic policies that made sense 50 years ago to automatically work just the same now.

We need good public school options for students that are paid for by tax dollars. We need educated people to compete, globally. There is value in having students study philosophy, or history, even if it doesn't appear so at first glance because of employment statistics.
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