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America, Anaconda, and Life: Norway Democratic Socialism United States Unfettered Capitalism Poverty rate-10% Life expectancy of 81.7 years Infant mortality 2 per 1,000 births. A murder rate of 0.51 per 100,000. Incarcerations: 74 per 100,000. GDP of $75.500 per person 70% workers protected by Unions Ranks 2nd -Happiest Country Free Universal health care Free higher education Financial security for seniors 83% home ownership Living wage as minimum 8 weeks paid vacation per year 35 weeks paid parental leave Poverty rate-29% Life expectancy of 79.6 years. Infant mortality 5.7 per 1,000 births. A murder rate of 4.74 per 100,000. Incarcerations: 860 per 100,000. GDP of $59.500 per person 11.3% workers protected by Unions Ranks 14th-Happiest Country Unpaid/Insurance based health care Expensive higher education No security for seniors 63% home ownership Poverty wage as minimum No paid vacation per year No paid parental leave Average personal tax rate-37% Average personal tax rate-38.52% liberalsarecool: thatpettyblackgirl: It’s worth pointing out that the poverty rate mentioned in the picture is relative poverty. By law everyone in Norway is entitled to shelter and subsistence support including basic health care. Poor Norwegians, in other words, receive far more support from society than poor Americans do. Socialism works. The only reason republicans want capitalism is so the rich can hoard all the wealth while poor people suffer. Vote Bernie! EAT. THE. RICH. You pay the same tax rate, but in America you have to add your health care payments and tuition payments. That can be thousands a year. Plus, they get 8 weeks of vacation. They get 35 weeks of paid parental leave. We have to end siphoning all the surplus labor value to shareholders and give back profits as wages and benefits.

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College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital Follow @bax_up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975 $152.50 SCHEDULE FeES STATEMEN UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON U7 23 39 84 Fieat Cly National Bam 18 175 DATe 1 75 TR 77012 נ52. STUDENT COPY PAY THE AMOUNT. * 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON 180970 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36) TIME DAYS ROOM BLDG SECTION COURSE 11 2 211 212 331 6938 DEPT GR. HOURS SPA SPA SPA MTH MTH 3034 3063 5505 3884 4054 11130 1230 1 0100 0200 PM 11230 0130 PM T 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH 3 0530 0700 429 AH 1 28 427 A H 249 CO S R TOTAL 9 First City National Ban 16 1975 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON DRAWING ACCOUN GENERAL FUND 18 CC 37-39 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES NOTE DATE 0 14 75 MAJOR BİOPHY GR COLLEGE NSM SEMESTERSPRING 1975 AMOUNT 50.00 22 50 2) REGULAR FEE DESCRIPTIONN CR TUITION STUDENT SERVICE FEE ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL PARKING FEE CONTRACT 忘1WAIVERS LOANS 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional) tl CASH □ CHECK p-sis2.yo LATE REGISTRATION FEE STUDENT TEACHING FEE LABORATORY FEE TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD Date REQUIRED P. E. FEE e 00 M. S. UNIFORM FEE PRIVATE MUSIC FEE CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE TEX-PIRG TUPPERLAKE DR HOUSTO N TX 77042 152 50 ACTIVITY PAY THIS AMOUNT STUDENT COPY 2 3 4 567 8 Elisha @discountkyrie Follow Boomers really got an education for pennies and had the nerve to turn around and charge us 5-6 figures, Wow Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: 152.50 Show this thread 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes I Am Your Khaleesi @TheDejaKing Follow Just to put this in perspective... In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr. Today, while minimum wage is now about 3x higher, the cost of just one year of school is now 164x more expensive than the price in this picture. 霾:(sa same n san, nisu Bax Kapital E @bax-up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: $152.50 Show this thread 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes e%)A80D smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad

smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad

College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital Follow @bax_up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975 $152.50 SCHEDULE FeES STATEMEN UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON U7 23 39 84 Fieat Cly National Bam 18 175 DATe 1 75 TR 77012 נ52. STUDENT COPY PAY THE AMOUNT. * 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON 180970 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36) TIME DAYS ROOM BLDG SECTION COURSE 11 2 211 212 331 6938 DEPT GR. HOURS SPA SPA SPA MTH MTH 3034 3063 5505 3884 4054 11130 1230 1 0100 0200 PM 11230 0130 PM T 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH 3 0530 0700 429 AH 1 28 427 A H 249 CO S R TOTAL 9 First City National Ban 16 1975 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON DRAWING ACCOUN GENERAL FUND 18 CC 37-39 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES NOTE DATE 0 14 75 MAJOR BİOPHY GR COLLEGE NSM SEMESTERSPRING 1975 AMOUNT 50.00 22 50 2) REGULAR FEE DESCRIPTIONN CR TUITION STUDENT SERVICE FEE ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL PARKING FEE CONTRACT 忘1WAIVERS LOANS 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional) tl CASH □ CHECK p-sis2.yo LATE REGISTRATION FEE STUDENT TEACHING FEE LABORATORY FEE TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD Date REQUIRED P. E. FEE e 00 M. S. UNIFORM FEE PRIVATE MUSIC FEE CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE TEX-PIRG TUPPERLAKE DR HOUSTO N TX 77042 152 50 ACTIVITY PAY THIS AMOUNT STUDENT COPY 2 3 4 567 8 Elisha @discountkyrie Follow Boomers really got an education for pennies and had the nerve to turn around and charge us 5-6 figures, Wow Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: 152.50 Show this thread 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes I Am Your Khaleesi @TheDejaKing Follow Just to put this in perspective... In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr. Today, while minimum wage is now about 3x higher, the cost of just one year of school is now 164x more expensive than the price in this picture. 霾:(sa same n san, nisu Bax Kapital E @bax-up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: $152.50 Show this thread 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes e%)A80D sushinfood: smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad this is why they should all shut the hell up forever

sushinfood: smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad this is why...

College, Food, and Fucking: Ronald Reagan stuck it to millennials: A college debt history lesson no one tells Dramatic, awful changes occurred on my generation's watch and it amounts to a fiendishly successful conspiracy PETER LUNENFELD wes-stoodis: lokicolouredglasses: imathers: abraxuswithaxes: smallrevolutionary: trungles: shorterexcerpts: styro: salon: Ronald Reagan pretty much ruined everything for millennials. fuckin’ ronnie I try and bring up how he ruined free in state tuition in the name of hippie bashing when he was California’s governor often, but don’t exactly have the biggest platform. “Worst of all, these students’ sense of the future is constrained by planning for and then paying down their student loans, often for decades. Economists are waking up to the fact that when young Americans enter the workforce burdened with over a trillion dollars in cumulative debt, they become risk averse, unwilling to move, less able to make major purchases, and slower to become homeowners. Not coincidentally, they don’t feel safe enough to register any major protests against the society that’s done this to them.” Damn. i am reblogging again because….. fuck ronald reagan forever and ever and ever and ever. Economists should be adept in their fields, how are they only now realizing that paying off our student debt is a fucking priority over anything else other than food? Weird, it’s almost like there’s something missing from the study of economics. Who would have possibly thought that a young generation owing trillions of dollars could have a negative effect on the economy?
Advice, Books, and Fail: Sylvia J. @justviasyl On 10/24, I had 12 days remaining on my monthly MetroCard when it read "invalid" Just 30 minutes ago, it read invalid again, and it doesn't expire until 12/6. How much more time and money do I have to waste, #MTA? Your best advice is for me to mail it in. You must be jokin 8:04 PM-12 Nov 2018 2 Likes 2 li 2 NYCT Subway@NYCTSubway-8h wReplying to @justviasyl Hi Sylvia - -we know how frustrating this can be. Unfortunately, yes, a malfunctioning Unlimited Ride MetroCard must be mailed into us for investigation. Please do so right away as the reimbursement is based on the postmark date. (12) ABD NYCT Subway@NYCTSubway 8h Replying to @justviasyl The good news is that we are working on a new fare payment system that will include contactless and mobile payment options and, we believe, will be far more reliable and efficient. See mtainfo/press-release/ for more details. (2/2) л BD a J. @justviasyl 1h Replying to @NYCTSubway 1/3: 1) Visited the MetroCard Customer Service Centre-expecting reimbursement within 2 weeks like I was told. 2) Can you please clarify whether we get a new card/money is deposited baclk into the acc. we purchased the MetroCard with? 3) Still haven't heard about 10/24's incident Sylvia J. @justviasyl 60m Replying to @NYCTSubway 2/3: and I'm supposed to consistently waste more money when these issues occur and play the waiting game. My mom also sent in a claim form on 9/23 and has received nothing. Worst service ever. Don't make promises and fail to deliver, please Syia J. @justviasyl 59m Replying to @NYCTSubway 3/3: What are the statistics like for issues like this? This happens a lot in my neighborhood and I know a lot of people who would not come forward and chase after these happenings because of the lengthy process and/or language arrier Sylia J. @justviasyl 43m Replying to @NYCTSubway Great, it really is about time for contactless and mobile payment options to be available. More time should be spent on implementing more efficient processes. justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: My friend said: “You’re such a millennial - taking the fight to social media.” Yep. That I did. I’m just livid.  I’ll stop sharing this when the MTA stops taking all my hard-earned money I could be using for tuition, stickers, books, food, and other expenses. (Oh wait, that’s never…) Reblogging one week later…nope, I still have not heard anything regarding my 10/24 incident. I WILL NOT LET THE MTA get away with any of this so easily  The MTA has been even more upsetting this week. It has been taking two hours to get to work and get home…four hours of my life being stuck on trains that constantly seem to be experiencing extensive delays. OH AND STILL NOTHING from the MTA…I WANT MY REIMBURSEMENTS. Two weeks. It has been over a month since my first incident. The funny thing is that I’ve noticed MTA workers seated by the train station stairs and guys in uniform looking over the turnstiles. Let me just flatter myself for a moment and pretend they’ve seen posts like this going around and they sense more people will try to get through without paying. I have not done that but that just gets me even more frustrated. I am NOT at all well off to be in this position right now. MTA, you are absolutely dead in my books. 

justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: My friend said: “You’re such a millennial - taking the fight to social media....