it was a saturday, cool and pretty much boring, well just for me i guess. all my siblings were not around and i was going to spend my entire day sleeping like usual. I guess my parents had assumed likewise.Well too bad on this day i wasnt very sleepy i needed company. i went upstairs, i was going to chill with my parents. However as i made it to the door, i could hear my dad groaning like a wild animal. the door was partially open and i was curious so i peeped. my mom was tied both legs opposite sides and blind folded. my dad was riding her like a mad man. he was so fast hes hands allover her you would think he was going to her rip her off. they were really sexual beings way more than anyone could imagine. especially for such an old couple
They are grown adults, you really dont have any rights to tell they where and where they cannot go. Protecting the household is important yes, but to treat your grown children LIKE children is rude and inconsiderate on your part. So no they in fact do not need your permission. At the very least median wages must keep pace with inflation. But I’ll make the outrageous comment that median wages must not just keep pace with inflation, they must also keep pace with productivity. When more product is being produced per capita, that product must be sold, or it will not continue to be made. Increased product being made and sold means that more spending in inflation adjusted (real) terms must be occurring. Real spending is really a measure of the amount of stuff being made and sold, (all compared to an anchor year).
So this means that if we have increased productivity causing increased production when comparing one year to the next, then it is logical to conclude that we have increased Inflation adjusted spending. Increased inflation adjusted spending means that nominal spending has increased at a rate faster than inflation. Now if median incomes do not keep pace with inflation plus productivity, if median wages only keep pace with inflation, then that means over time larger and larger proportions of the income resulting from the increased productivity is going to the wealthier income earners. And that is not a stable situation.
It IS reasonable to assume that most of the amount of spending increase must come from the masses, meaning that group of people whose average income tends be close to the median income, must be the ones paying for most of the extra production. And after they borrow to max, and use up all their savings, unless their incomes are keeping pace with inflation plus the rate of productivity increase, their spending will have to slow, meaning the extra production will not be purchased, so eventuallly if it doesn’t sell it will not be produced and this will lead to JOB LOSS, and decreased total income, further decreased demand, decreased production and economic depression.
I was at the beach with my then 2 year old son. We had been enjoying the day together. I was sitting in my beach chair and he was quietly playing in the sand with his toys.. It was getting time to go, and I was gathering up our things….then realized that somehow my wedding ring had slipped off. I had been all over the beach, walking my son in the waves, etc. I was absolutely panicked. I dug and dug all through each grain of sand around us. Nothing. A few young boys asked what I was looking for and if they could help. I told them, and offered a reward for anyone who found the ring.
As part of her training, she was instructed to keep her feelings detached, especially with regards to children. So in her rounds collecting blood specimens she had to daily draw this one little boy with leukemia. At first this boy put up a smiling “I’m brave” front and when he first saw the resident, he was enthralled at her beauty as all children were. The resident was careful not to express warmth or pleasure to him, and proceeded to draw his blood. because the boy’s veins were not prominent, the procedure was painful. Each morning, the resident collected from the child and gradually, the little boy lost his sunny, brave disposition whenever she entered the ward.