It sure feels good when things are going swimmingly for us. I mean we of the civilized people. America, Canada, Australia, Britain and the rest of Europe and more developed areas of east asia like South Korea and Japan. I can include Hong Kong but I'm not really sure about China as the majority of the people are still farmers, I think it is what, 70%? Excluding China though the rest of us seem
to be on the rise, economically and scientifically speaking, yes?
This war with Iraq continues, Russia is up to who knows what, ultimately and economies are shifting around the world. But could you say everything is on the rise?
The American economy has been suffering due to unemployment, increased transportation costs via gas and the housing market crash. This is coupled with the long standing problem of outsourcing and illegal hiring practices by companies. Popular opinion outside of the U.S. seems to be one of smugness against the U.S. as our policies are coming back to bite us in the ass.
I read this article here Britain's Economy at 60 Year Low
How do you forumers feel about the future, since the majority of us are under 30 and even more are under 20. This isn't a doom and gloom things but how do you feel about your future in particular. Not in relation to your job or family but as a society.