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leftofthedial Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jun-08-08 02:21 PM
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16. I'm not talking about the technical definition.
40% (or so) of the possible working people in this country do not have work.

For example, I haven't been "unemployed" since November of 2005 when I received my last unemployment check. I haven't been able to find work either, so I haven't had a "real" job. But I'm not "unemployed." I call bullshit to the raygun-era propaganda definition of "unemployment."


and 40% doesn't even include the underemployed, which is just as big a problem.
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