This blog is about living the American Dream at the dawn of the new millennium! I am a nameless, mid-20s, bottom 150 Law School Graduate who finds himself marginally attached and awash in a sea of overeducated but underpaid, indentured peers who feel, and were, duped by the promise of a better life through debt and modern chemistry. Let's get to the point. The Law School Industrial Complex is a scam that has destroyed a generation out of greed. Vendettas were once legal and the pursuit of one was seen not only as moral, but necessary. This newly minted lawyer is going to continue the practice. DON'T GO TO LAW SCHOOL YOU MORONS! Ce qui suit est ce qui reste!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Baby Boomers Can Blow Me: British Invasion

"What nobler employment, or more valuable to the state, than that of the man who instructs the rising generation?" ~ Cicero

"Every generation needs a new revolution." ~ Thomas Jefferson


  1. European youths actually have the balls to take to the streets. In contrast, American students are too busy watching football, picking their noses, eating nachos, drinking another 12 pack of cheap-ass beer, scratching their asses, and sitting quietly.

    Everyone here is busy working on their resume. They don't rock the boat. In fact, in the United States, the mindset among young people is as follows: "If you find a troublemaker, single him out, mock him, obstruct his message, and drown him out. If that doesn't work, call his employer and get him in trouble."

    Americans have no balls and no heart. They will get pissed if you increase their ATM fees by $0.50. They will get incensed, lose sleep (and their hair), and go nuts if a state legislature of judge allows gay people to marry. Yet, when Corporate America and its puppet, i.e. corporate government, ram a Big, Giant, Red, White, and Blue Dildo up their asses, they just sit back and take it.

  2. Nando, love your comment!

  3. European youth takes to the street when their soccer team loses, or they have nothing else to do which is most of the time. Except for Germany, "Europe" is a dying collection of over-the-hill cultures. True, America needs to realize it is losing it's place in the world due to a stalled system of education, but Americans are an inovative people and will change course before it's too late. In the meantime, the youth of Europe will continue to complain because they are helpless. The world of their ancestors has come to an end and they know it.

  4. The post above me is correct. Most people in Europe are suffering from entitlement syndrome and learned helplessness. Americans are doing what they should be doing, looking for work. The OVERLY -generous benefits offered by many EU countries simply foster long-term unemployment and stagnant growth of their GNP. That is ye olde news because that has been the case since the 1970s. That lifestyle (while attractive looking) is not what most people in the US think it is. IT is not easy living poor in Europe. That is why many people leave and come here. Despite what many Americans think there are far more opportunities to take advantage of.