"EMPLOYMENT / THE EMPLOYMENT - OPUSBOU"
"Making things clear - Dylan Ratigan (subtitled Castilian)"
This text is supposedly extracted from an American-chat forum. Supposedly is the story of a girl of twenty-five, fairly well equipped it, you are looking for a rich husband to support her. But oh catastrophe!, Can not find any. She raises his doubt:
Okay, I'm tired of beating around the bush. I am a 25 year old girl beautiful (spectacularly beautiful), eloquent and classy. I'm not from New York.'m Looking for a husband who makes at least half a million (dollars) a year. I know how it sounds, but keep in mind that a million a year is middle class in New York, so do not think I'm overreaching.
Does anyone in this forum to win 500k or more? Any wife? Can you give me tips? I dated a business man who earned on average 200-250k. But there seems to be far I can go. And I take 250k Central Park West. I know a woman in my yoga class who is married to an investment banker and lives in Tribeca, and is not as pretty as I am, nor is a genius. So what do you do well? How do I get to her level? These are my questions:
- Where do you single rich men? Give me the bars, restaurants, gyms.
- What do you seek in a partner? Be honest guys, do not make me feel bad.
- Is there an age range I should be targeting? (I have 25).
- Why some of the women living lavish lifestyles on the east are so unattractive? I've seen some that have nothing to offer married to incredibly wealthy guys. I have seen incredible girls passed singles bars in the east village. What's the story behind this?
- At what point will I work? You know: lawyers, investment bankers, doctors ... How much do these guys really? So where to go? Where do I find the speculators?
- How do you decide between marriage or just dating? I am looking for MARRIAGE ONLY.
Please ahorraos insults. I'm being sincere. Most beautiful women are superficial, I at least give the face. Would not be searching for these kind of guys if I was not at its height, in appearance, culture, sophistication, and keeping a nice home.
Cinnamon fine, what does not? Well here's an answer that came to the girl:
I read your posting with great interest and have thought meaningfully about your dilemma. I offer the following analysis. First, I'm not wasting your time, and that I meet your requirements, that is to earn more than $ 500K per year. That said, this is how I see it: Your offer, from the point of view of a guy like me, is plain and simple a bad deal.
Let's see why. Ignoring the superfluous, what you suggest is a simple trade: you bring your looks to the party and I bring my money. Well, it's simple. But here's the problem: your beauty will fade and my money will likely continue there. In fact, it is quite likely that my income increases, but there is an absolute certainty that you will not be getting any more beautiful! So, in economic terms you are a depreciating asset and I am an asset that appreciates. But not only are you an asset to the floor, but your depreciation accelerates! Let me explain: you have 25 and surely follow being good for the next five years, but every year it will be less. Then the decline began to be serious. At 35, you can stick a fork. So in Wall Street terms, we might call "an action to exchange", not a buy and hold, so the problem is marriage. Not a good deal "buy" (which is what you're asking) so I prefer to rent.
In case you think I'm being cruel, I would say this: if my money is going, so would you, so when your beauty will go, I need a way out. It's that simple. Thus, what makes sense is dating, not marry you.
Apart from this, at the beginning of my career I taught about efficient markets. So I wonder why a girl "articulate, classy and spectacularly beautiful" as you has been unable to find your sugar daddy. I find it hard to believe, if you are as gorgeous as you say, that the dollar 500K has not found you, at least to try. On the other hand, you can always find a way to earn your own money and not be having this conversation so complex.
All that said, I must say you're doing fine.'s Classic "pump and dump" (stock scam.) Hope this helps, and if you sign up to some sort of lease, let me know.
Seen in Ad Astra Per Arduous
"The Law Sindey - David Bravo"
About 5 years ago I came across a rather curious film, "The Contestant" is Spanish, but rest assured, it can be seen.
The fragment shows from the simplicity share the true meaning of capitalism and its consequences, a very palpable today for almost everyone: _ (
"Excerpt from the film The Entrant"
"Your money stays here ..."
Do not be naive!
The government hides the truth when he speaks of the reform of public pensions
The government says it is inevitable to increase the retirement age to 67 years (although I want to do with flexibility)
Spain is one of the countries in Europe with a "real" age of retirement higher (63 years and 10 months) and close to the legal age.
The government says the increase in life expectancy (there will be more pensioners in the future) reform is necessary.
It is true that there will be more pensioners, but it is also true that there will be more contributors and higher contributions. The problem is not population, but of political will. He can quote the contracts that are in the shadow economy, can prevent women earn 30% less than men and, therefore, listed under, you can raise the minimum wage (one of the lowest in Europe) , do quote the scholarships (for the most part are undercover work contracts) can raise maximum contributions (higher base are 3,198 euros / month, thereafter no longer listed more).
The government says pension spending is very high.
In 2011 contributory pension spend around 10% of GDP. In 2040, 14%. Today there are already countries like Italy and spend that 14%. France spends 12% longer. Our average pensions are among the lowest in Europe and the number of pensioners compared to the population is also lower. Even in times of crisis like the present, and with 4.5 million unemployed, Social Security has a surplus and reserve fund is increasing to almost 70,000 million euros.
The government says the measures are now being taken to strengthen the system and ensure future pensions.
The reality is that the measures taken are intended to reduce pensions and so expresses the Government's commitment in the austerity plan sent to the European Commission. Increasing the retirement age means that all would charge two years less pension, with consequent savings (estimated at 6%) and increasing years of computation for determining the amount of the pension, from the current 15 20 or 25 years, means that all lower pensions charge (between 5 and 10% less) because the oldest wages were lower.
The government says it defends the public pension system.
He has delivered to the markets, which have names and surnames. Are the banks and insurance companies. It seeks an assistance model, ie a minimum public pension supplements and other private insurance.
This seems like a bad April Fool end of the year. But it is not.
Only the struggle and mobilization can stop touching imposing his reform pensions in a month.