I think you forgot about big government using the street cameras to milk the working middle class. However while I was appalled about how the big corporations placed their monies in the Cayman Islands and Burmuda, I can't wait to get back to the tropical humble living which I came from after I retire in two more years and go back to lugging pans of water on my head from the well to my abode. Then maybe the wealthy who has been milking me while I was working will be feeling around with their stretched out hands asking "Where did he go." By the way. Can they take it with them if we get just the perfect earthquake in the U.S. They are the ones that made me never wanted kids to have to worry for.

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