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Ah the rat race A term used so often to describe the frantic way of living people are in to gain success Its also something our economy thrives off of You wouldnt think so but its true Thats why I chose it to be my essay topic Its that need to get to work in the morning to spend yet another day kissing butt and working like a dog so maybe just maybe youll be able to have enough money to live on Until of course youre on your way home and see the cutest little thing in the store window and that little voice in your head says oh darling its simply perfect youve just got to have it That voice gets everyone into trouble doesnt it The picture on the cover of this report describes the rat race perfectly Our world is a never-ending cycle of earning and spending Im sorry if I offend the smart ones who actually SAVE money Our economy prospers from stupid spending Eighty-dollar jeans here one hundred and fifty dollar sneakers there Things that were thought of as luxuries before have now become necessities Cell phone beepers these are now things people need rather than would like to have Economic status is now based superficially Oh look they have a Rolex and a suit and a cell phone they must be rich In case no one noticed everyone and there mother has a cell phone these day whether they can afford it or not the suit is probably a cheap knock of some famous designer and the Rolex is probably one of those ten dollar ten dollar deals But since people look at us by what we have more than anything else we feel the need to buy more things So we earn money to buy things we dont need just so we have the appearance of being well off Thats everyones goal these days
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