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Aine Wrote:
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> cladking Wrote:
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> > To give you an idea of what a great job
> insurance
> > companies are doing life expectancy has now
> fallen
> > two straight years.
> >
> > Barring a calamity, civil war, or revolution
> I'd
> > expect it to continue to fall to about 73 years
> by
> > 2045 when it bottoms out. This saves social
> > security at the cost of million of lives.
>
> To be fair, much of that reduction in life
> expectancy is directly related to the opioid
> crisis. Suicides are also up which is another
> contributing factor.

It is the status quo killing older as well as the younger people. it is a failed school system that makes "graduates" fear the future so much that they suicide slowly or quickly. It is the decreasing quality of life for tens of millions of Americans caused by decisions that are suited best for financial and business interests. It is poor health caused by government decisions that boost the bottom line of businesses and the bottoms of individuals or what I often call "earl butts" named after the agricultural secretary who turn Iowa into a corn factory.

All of these decisions led directly to decreasing life spans and it was obvious when they were made that it would occur. Life expectancy bottoming out at 74 is based on halting current trends now. If we don't halt these trends, or God forbid, they get worse then the day will come when workers are mere thoughtless cogs serving their masters and will dutifully die when they turn 65.

Until we fix the schools there will be no turn around and as long as we elect the same people who made these decisions and serve financial interests there will be no change in the schools.

Man fears the pyramid, time fears man.

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More Adequate Disinformation! 90 eli stills 05-Dec-18 04:02
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Re: New Study Shows Medicare for All Would Save US $5.1 Trillion Over Ten Years 102 ldennyjr 03-Dec-18 23:07
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Re: You're proving Mike right 92 ldennyjr 04-Dec-18 15:47
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Re: Two major issues 80 Poster Boy 04-Dec-18 22:15
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Re: Two major issues 75 WhoWeird 04-Dec-18 20:33
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Haven't read it--have you 96 drrayeye 04-Dec-18 05:18
Re: Haven't read it--have you 87 WhoWeird 04-Dec-18 12:48
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Re: Haven't read it--have you 85 WhoWeird 05-Dec-18 02:13
Re: Haven't read it--have you 110 Jock 06-Dec-18 07:15
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Re: Can we Trust Doctors... 161 Aine 05-Dec-18 16:48
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Re: Mike has your number 94 Warwick 06-Dec-18 17:13
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Scriiieetcchhhh!!! 98 Warwick 06-Dec-18 18:35
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