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Millennials that are thriving in this economy are those with links to rich parents: The vast majority of other Millennials are mired in debt and unable to purchase homes. submitted by doctorshady to news

pitapityparty 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago

Except it probably does. Being raised by two parents with upper middle class trappings and an upper middle class culture makes it a lot easier to stay in the upper middle class. No one is saying you didn't try, just that trying gets you a lot further when you're privileged. Here's a good study on economic mobility in the US.

TIL- when you delete a comment you lose the up votes for it. submitted by jaceame to TIL

pitapityparty 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago

I end up disliking a lot of old comments, too. I always end up cringing at some of the things I've written. Maybe I wasn't thinking in the heat of the moment? Maybe I've wisened up (unlikely)? I can't explain it.

TIL- when you delete a comment you lose the up votes for it. submitted by jaceame to TIL

pitapityparty 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

What if it's something you no longer stand by? That doesn't necessarily have anything to do with popular opinion, just personal evolution. I've spent a lot of time mulling over what to write, only to regret it months or years later. I guess, even given that, you could still make a case for keeping your old comments, but the way you've characterized comment deletion doesn't show the whole picture.

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New York City finds that Verizon failed to live up to 2008 agreement to make fiber available to all New Yorkers submitted by ixii to news

pitapityparty 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I've never really thought about the quality of the service provided by my utilities, because it's reliable and predictable, and the prices are reasonable and don't fluctuate much—sort of the way I'd like my internet to be.

"A 2-income family today has less disposable income than a 1-income family had 30 years ago. That is moving in the wrong direction." U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders submitted by cynoclast to politics

pitapityparty 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

A person's influence over the government comes from their personhood—their influence over corporations comes from their money. Ballots versus dollars, nominally at least. A democratic government is supposed to have some enforced equitability.

Saw this on facebook this morning. It's a petition to give Sanders equal time on MSNBC. submitted by irishredfox to politics

pitapityparty 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Have they indicated that they won't give Sanders equal time?