Randi and I are upgrading computers here at the Cynical Libertarian Society recording studio. Thus today you get a repeat.
For additional entertainment you can read this.
20 Stupid Feminist Questions For Men Answered – http://thelibertarianrepublic.com/20-stupid-feminist-questions-men-answered/
But let’s be honest. “Stupid Feminist” is redundant. There isn’t any other kind of feminist.
This is a good one too. Female school teachers who fuck their students. By “fuck” I mean have sex with them. All school teachers fuck their students in the sense of failing to educate them. http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/39783/
Here’s another interesting bit I ran across.
Why millennial women don’t save – http://www.cnbc.com/id/101757440#.
Remember when a woman told me the women are better financial planners than men? More evidence that I was right. Like I always am. Here are some excerpts and my comments.
A recent study by Wells Fargo found that 61 percent of millennial men have started saving for retirement, compared with 50 percent of millennial women. Only 41 percent of millennial women are satisfied with their savings level, compared with 58 percent of millennial men.
Because young women expect the government to provide for them. And keep in mind this study was conducted by Wells Fargo. A banking corporation. There will be bias. The study is here –
Just for starters, millennial women are earning less than men. The Wells Fargo study found that median annual household income for millennial men was $77,000, compared with $56,000 for women.
Because millennial women are majoring in international relations, English and ethnic/feminist studies. No one is going to pay you money for that. These women should be paid less.
Millennial women tend to be less financially literate than their male peers, according to a study by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, or FINRA. Only 18 percent of millennial women demonstrated high levels of financial literacy, compared with 29 percent of millennial men.
Because math is patriarchy. Women major in math avoidance when they go to college. I didn’t need a study to know this.
The Wells Fargo study, however, found that 72 percent of all millennials believe the best place to start a career is in a big company with clear career paths, compared with 28 percent who think starting a business is their best bet—and men were more likely than women to opt for entrepreneurship.
They hate the corporations but want to work at a corporation. Why? For the security of knowing there is an HR department that will enable their desire to play the victim card. And because they have no useful skills that will allow them to start a business of their own.
Millennials of both genders are also contending with massive levels of student loan debt, which is impeding their ability to put money away. Demos, a public policy organization, analyzed the long-term effect of a savings shortfall, and the results were alarming. A household with $53,000 in student debt would have a lifetime wealth loss of $208,000, with $134,000 of that due to reduced savings.
Student load debt is bad? Where have you heard that before?