“Quiet supporter” means they couldn’t find enough evidence that she actually supported us.
Forgiving $10,000 - $20,000 of student loan debt isn’t nothing and there are many, many people that can finally breath easy this week. And the changes to interest are also a definite improvement.
It’s what I’d call a “good start.” If this is all we’re ever going to get, though, then it’s only a half-measure.
It’s not “quiet quitting” if you literally wouldn’t have time otherwise to sleep. 104 hours a week means you basically only have about 9-10 hours each night to sleep, less if you commute to work, less if you account the time it takes to get ready for work, less if need to grocery shop.
A 104 hour work week isn’t a life, it’s a death sentence.
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I honestly don’t know if the US healthcare system will ever fully recover from the pandemic. It’s easy for most of us to ignore until we need to be hospitalized and there isn’t a bed available because people are still catching Covid. That’s assuming you’re even able to afford a hospital in the first place without going bankrupt, which was a problem before the pandemic anyways…
It’s pretty sad how many “feel good stories” are actually people just struggling to survive in situations that have been created by the rich and powerful. I don’t feel good that a kid has to basically save up from the moment he’s born to afford college, actually, I want colleges to actually BE affordable.
Sorry, I meant “stole,” not “came up with.”