Originally posted by nikitagretzky at что вы вы видите на этой картинке?
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Originally posted by diak_kuraev
at Как делаются сенсации
... Получилось, будто митрополит согласен с нацистской символикой...
Получилось что "митрополит согласен с нацистами" ?
На самом деле получилось что
1)нацисты согласны с митрополитами
2)Митрополитам похуй кого они ведут за собой
i just got a huge promotion and my salary went up $22k. i can't stop singing "we're in the money"
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73% of Americans believed that yuppies were primarily intent on making more money; 81% of yuppies agreed that they were.
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72% of the public believed that yuppies were more concerned with their own needs than with the needs of others; the same percentage of yuppies agreed.
70% of those surveyed thought yuppies bought flashy cars and clothes in order to set themselves apart from others; 81% of yuppies said this was so.
The yuppie stereotype
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Yuppies are more conservative than the preceding hippie generation. Dispensing of the social causes of their more passionate parents (who themselves shed traditional values), yuppies tend to be 9-5 professional workers. Yuppies tend to value material goods (especially trendy new things). In particular this can apply to their stocks, imported automobiles, development houses, and technological gadgets, particularly cell phones.
Unfortunately, the fast-paced pursuit of these material goods has unintended consequences. Usually in a hurry, they seek convenience goods and services. Being "time poor", their family relations can become difficult to sustain. Maintaining their way of life is mentally exhausting. Sometimes, they will move every few years to where their job goes, straining their family. The fast-paced lifestyle has been termed a rat race. ( Read more...Collapse )