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2 thoughts on “Waking Up From The American Dream by Cory Weber

  1. lol… When the non minorities start to pay attention it getting real… He was saying some good stuff but a real analytical mind should be able to see what he is saying or what others have been saying for years. It is sad that there are no bailouts for the people but that life and the world of America. Yeah chit is about to get real and people are protesting but most American don’t know that yet. This reminds me of a bible verse that says Wisdom is calling out to everyone one the street corner but no one is listening to her and when they are ready to listen and finally start looking for Wisdom she will be no where in sight we are falling upon those times. I am glad that people are catching on to the term called debt slavery because many of us walk into it freely only to be surprise with a rude awakening. I am still scared to really go to school trying to have a better strategy then just applying for a loan but I also don’t want to live my life to be in mediocrity either. After watching the college conspiracies on that site you recommended kick them out it has me trying to work smarter not harder. Maybe I am going to have to wait a few years until I can afford to pay majority of my tuition up front. I read a lot of reviews of college students who are already in debt with some bills are extremely high and some are low but what they all have in common is a debt that seems like it will never get paid off even when it’s in 10,000’s. I want to wake up and love what I am doing for a living not conforming to someone else plan and work environment that also puts you into a slave like induced state of thinking and acting all for the purpose of someone else success. It’s getting tough out here and the sad part about being strong is that it ultimately will make you a target to be eliminated in some kind of way or the other. Weakness is everyone past time guilty pleasure because when I come across most people in the element of sin which we all share the welcome all there weakness while shunning the concept, reality and idea of strength. When you have something strong to say or a statement of hope or perception of depth you are also shunned and looked at as if you are crazy and feel like a thorn in the social utopias of life.

    • Dude was pretty darn funny with his serious rant, wasn’t he?! I love it. Yes, thankfully, people are beginning to wake up. I have a friend that’s a Dr. at Grady Memorial in Atlanta– dude was more than 90K in debt by the time he finished his internship and began to finally work as a surgeon. I was stunned. “After watching the college conspiracies on that site you recommended kick them out it has me trying to work smarter not harder.”… you see, that’s what I like about their website (Kick Them All Out)– we can’t get any smarter than implementing a 2 STEP PLAN can we?

      “…or perception of depth you are also shunned and looked at as if you are crazy and feel like a thorn in the social utopias of life”– I think what you might be referring to here is the fact that we do have pack mentality. We really think we are independent thinkers but I remember watching a show called; “What Would You Do”. There were several scenarios where when the masses of people did the wrong thing even when the right thing was staring them right in the face, they changed their reaction/answers/responses to conform to a group. There was a study back in the day and if you look around, you’ll see that our need to be a part of a group has only increased over time. Check out this clip about The Asch Experiment; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kppfSJe0Jgo&feature=channel_video_title

      Debt should be the wake call for everyone to start seeing this stuff for what it really is. I’ve never understood any of the prices for items. None of it. When I see a 200K home I’m thinking– “really”– 70K would be all I’d pay… but that’s just me! And on the cool, some of these new homes look like bigger versions of apartments if you ask me…

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