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when cleaning your hair & body in a bathroom, use 2 buckets, one bucket filled with soapy water to wash your body with and the other bucket filled with just water to pour on your hair while you clean it with shampoo & conditioner & rinse your hair and also pour on your body to rinse your body; showering is dangerous, you could slip and fall, and as for bathtubs, well, who wants to sit in water that gets dirty & sweaty while you wash yourself?

hang bedsheets on your residence so they're between your windows and the sun to stop the sun's rays from entering your residence (this will keep your residence cool during the summer) tell your leaders to make a law that requires vehicle factory businesses to provide the most fuel efficient vehicles possible be physically fit so that you don't eat a lot of food and sugary drinks (this will require less vehicle energy) and will reduce resources and that reduces cost of fuel, food, and drinks due to less demand turn off your screen when you're not using it so you'll save wear and tear on it, and so you can save electricity and that will save you money; do the same with your computer if you're not using it for more than 10 minutes at a time for similar results don't consume alcohol, tobacco, and/or illegal narcotics (this will save you money and will save more resources on mother earth)

Apr. 19, 2015 12:52 pm

How To Bring Back A Middle Class

Thom plus logo From the 1930s to the Reagan Revolution, America grew the largest and most robust middle class in history. Along with strong unions, the main driver of that was that people earning more than about $10 million in today's money confronted a top tax rate of 91% until the 60s, and 67% until Reagan came into office.
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