The typical American household made less money last year than the typical household made a full decade ago.
To me, that’s the big news from the Census Bureau’s annual report on income, poverty and health insurance, which was released this morning. Median household fell to $50,303 last year, from $52,163 in 2007. In 1998, median income was $51,295. All these numbers are adjusted for inflation.
The worst thing since Pammy’s Dontcha Wish vlog… 12 Ears a’bleeding
Here’s Pantless Jugs, for reference:
Bush Was Right
(p.s. Billy Joel’s lawyers wants a word with you, boys)
and, of course, Mann Maltmouse drunk vlogging
OK, Annie wins in a runaway due to the overwhelming accrual of pathetic narcissism points. Congrats Ann, may your law school realize what an embarrassment you are to academia, the profession, and humanity at large.
Sorry, I’ve done so much good this year, I needed to balance that out lest I find a solid platinum Bentley under my tree.