I don't mind working 'til I die
I'm seen too many people die when they stopped working because their work meant a lot more to them than playing shuffleboard or, Heaven forfend, golf. Nevertheless, I've got to agree with Marguerite DiGaetano:
"I think the person who invents the cubicle where you can discreetly hang your walker where it doesn't trip anybody, that person will be very popular with the baby boomers," she said. "Who's gonna be able to retire at 65? That's only seven years away. Not me. I'll be working until I die."
What I do mind, though, is having what little money I did have stolen by stone-hearted motherless billionaire banksters.
And what I really mind is that the legacy parties -- including the fuckhead Ds who are supposed to stand for the little guy, at least some of the time -- not only allowed the stealing to happen, it was their policy goal. That's what the bailouts were all about. That's what the Catfood Commission is all about.
Just so that you get a sense of the scale of the theft. The money "we" gave the banksters is on the left hand side.