"You ever have big dreams of makin' real cream?
Big shot, heavy hitter on the mainstream
You wanna look trendy,in the Bentley
Be a snob and never act friendly
You wanna have big fame, let me explain
What happends to these stars and their big brains
First they get played like all damn day
Long as you sell everything will be O.K.
Then you get dissed by the media and fans
Things never stay the same way they began...
Think everything's fine in the big time
See me in my Lex' with the chrome raised high
So you wanna roll far and live large?
It ain't all that goes with bein' a rockstar"
Why would you want to be a rockstar??
Be happy to be you...they are alot more tortured then the average bear.
If you were a rockstar...you would only wish to be a regular guy.
It sounds nice to have groupies and roadies but in the end you are still you.That will never change so enjoy that.
If you had groupies,you would probably hate them for liking the wrong you.
Its not the guy on stage that matters,its who he really is that matters...and most don't care who you really are as they just want the person on
Just be you and be happy to be that...you don't need to be a rockstar to enjoy life.
The first graph is alarming because it shows a seemingly EXPONENTIAL curve in the rate in which we are collecting debt, juxtaposed with a rather
stagnant and almost un-growing amount of people taking those loans.
it is slightly misleading because we dont have the vaules for the X plot, or is the vertical "Y"?
but what I REALLY dont get is the second graph is saying that foriegn nations stopped buying our bad debt in 2008, which is Last year. but that doesnt
make since because there are thousands of threads here that hint at this same thing but most all of them say they will eventually stop. I guess its
possible for the graph to encompass 2009 on the right most edge, but every other plot is in 5 year spans.
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