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No. 33036 ID: 1e7cc7
  The old generation typically describes the new generation as having it soft, but the statistics won't back that up anymore.
Cost Of Living In America Today Vs. 1980
Published on Jul 20, 2015 https://youtu.be/dmUV5hnwQTM
Most living expenses have gone up in price since 1980 (even when you adjust for inflation). That includes cars, homes, education – almost everything, except for our paychecks. Here's why paying for a house, a car and a college degree was possible in 1980 – but not so much today.
>> No. 33037 ID: 1e7cc7
  Doug Stanhope - This Generation Sucks
Uploaded on Aug 29, 2007 https://youtu.be/2n34eeXWjUQ
From Doug's new DVD, "No Refunds", available at www.DougStanhope.com
>> No. 33038 ID: 1e7cc7
  >>99006
References this video:
Your Parents Had It Better Than You https://youtu.be/MPxjRZfU-Dg
While it is no secret that the cost of living has been getting more and more expensive, many don’t realize the full scope of the disparity. Costs have risen exponentially since 1980. AJ+ has more. John Iadarola (Think Tank), Hannah Cranston (Think Tank), (The Point) and Jimmy Dore (The Jimmy Dore Show) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.

Why do you think the cost of living has risen so dramatically? What can we do to slow it down?
>> No. 33040 ID: c550c6
  Filthy Frank is always relevant
>> No. 33098 ID: 304e9b
>>33038
$100/hr minimum wage
>> No. 33102 ID: 9aea35
lrn2economics.
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>> No. 33107 ID: 963c4b
  >>33102
I guess they have elevated corporate cock-sucking to a science?
Nah, it's still an art, premised on lies propagated by well-financed pundits and shameless sycophants.

The evidence is clear: increasing the minimum wage doesn't cost jobs - Increases to the minimum wage do one thing: make life better for the low paid. They don't cause unemployment, no matter what big business says. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jun/11/the-evidence-is-clear-increasing-the-minimum-wage-doesnt-cause-unemployment

Minimum Wage Mythbusters: http://www.dol.gov/minwage/mythbuster.htm
Myth: Increasing the minimum wage will cause people to lose their jobs.
Not true: A review of 64 studies on minimum wage increases found no discernable effect on employment. Additionally, more than 600 economists, seven of them Nobel Prize winners in economics, have signed onto a letter in support of raising the minimum wage to $10.10 by 2016.

Myth: Small business owners can't afford to pay their workers more, and therefore don't support an increase in the minimum wage.
Not true: A June 2014 survey found that more than 3 out of 5 small business owners support increasing the minimum wage to $10.10. Small business owners believe that a higher minimum wage would benefit business in important ways: 58% say raising the minimum wage would increase consumer purchasing power. 56% say raising the minimum wage would help the economy. In addition, 53% agree that with a higher minimum wage, businesses would benefit from lower employee turnover, increased productivity and customer satisfaction.

Caller: Increasing Minimum Wage will Bring Inflation https://youtu.be/v8bnRfvMVMg
>> No. 33110 ID: cd4a7e
>>33098
>$35 gallon of milk
>$40 gallon of gas
>$1000 cell phone bill
>no firearm cheaper than $2000
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