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Looking great Will!
Just catching up on the interior aspect of the "Virgil" project.
You're a funny guy Steve, no, not really, but you know what I mean.
I just love the interior and exterior colors of the Forward Look cars. Even more than the 69-70 Mopar colors.
Yeah, I now realize I should have said "middle class"
You DID say middle class....
Yeah, I was laughing because middle class is gone. I should say it is not gone completely, but it's credit is ballooning.
I added the quotations Will - like that so-called "middel class" segment of our population is declining in wealth compared to those at the top - the segment is in decline etc. It is just factual.
For a kid to go to college these days they end up coming out with thirty thousand dollars in debt on average before they get their first real full-time job and their parents don't make enough money to send them without the students also having at least a part time job while they are in college in addition to getting student loans. The "middle class" today has little savings and most things are bought on credit. It wasn't this way when we grew up Will.
I grew up 40 years ago with this statement true, it just wasn’t $30k at the time, but it is in today’s $.
I paid for everything myself.
Kids today need to grow a set of testicles. No flippin’ excuses!
Don't get me started
Go ahead Stan. I value your outlook.
Nah. This is YOU'RE thread. I'd rather focus on the spectacular work you're doing on Virgil.
Stan are you stating "YOU'RE" on purpose instead of YOUR to suggest something regarding spelling and the proper use of grammer?
This is getting deep now. The focus on "grammer" detail is rivaling my focus on Virgil.... LOL.
Stan is usually the Grammer police, not the offender.
Caught with pants down...
Its all in good fun Stan! Keeps us on our toes. None of us is getting younger so we just have to laugh at our foibles and enjoy each others' company while we can. I look at life in a positive way and enjoy people and it will always stay that way! Thanks!!
I thought it was my fault when grammar comes up.