Thanks Ronn. My point exactly, and, many people haven't had pay raises
for a couple of years but things keep going up like medical insurance but
the benefits go down. Pretty soon people will be jumping out of windows
and off bridges. The country is in a serious depression.

Paul O

On Sun, 14 Sep 2003 20:34:40 -0500 "Ronn! Blankenship"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > Or occasionally to keep the family from
falling any further behind 
> when 
> taxes of various sorts frequently take up the first 50% of 
> everyone's 
> income, gas is over $2.00 a gallon, the first car costs $20,000 (or 
> if you 
> buy a used one to save money, it's always in the shop) and a basic 
> house 
> over $100,000, and many people are living paycheck to paycheck not 
> by 
> choice or because they are profligate, and an unexpected medical 
> bill or 
> something can wipe you out, and your job could end tomorrow without 
> any 
> warning . . .
> -- Ronn!  :)

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