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    Re: Does an "unemployment problem" ever actually exist?

    Quote Originally Posted by Belthazor View Post
    Also, when I mention wanting to retire, one of the most common comments are
    "what would you do all day?"
    There are also some pretty convincing studies out there that show resources received unearned can lead to depression, being unfulfilled, and stronger appetites (take a look at the suicide rate for lottery winners). Regardless, for the sake of this the point I think Frank is making, I don't think it is quite relevant yet.
    "Suffering lies not with inequality, but with dependence." -Voltaire
    "Fallacies do not cease to be fallacies because they become fashions.” -G.K. Chesterton
    Also, if you think I've overlooked your post please shoot me a PM, I'm not intentionally ignoring you.



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