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70% of Millennials Believe U.S. Student Loan Debt Poses Bigger Threat to U.S. Than North Korea

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LOL took me 6 years to pay mine off get a useful degree and no worry.



 

 

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That's because it does.

KJU is crazy, but he's not stupid. He also likes the good life sufficiently that he's not the type who would watch the whole world burn just be be king of the ashes. There is no way DPRK would ever launch a first strike vs they USA. The only danger DPRK poses to the USA is if DPRK believes the USA is about to strike first, in which case it will launch. And probably aim at South Korea rather than the USA.

So the way to stop DPRK from launching nukes is to make it feel like it's not in imminent danger of being hit by a massive US strike. The question is whether Trump is both crazy and stupid.



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Get a job and avoid student debt it is that simple. You get a college degree and end up working at fast food or super market with a huge college debt or you go straight to work at fast food or supermarket with no student debt.



Let's put it this way - I worry A LOT more about my student loan debt than I do about North Korea...



Hiku said:

College is tuition free in Sweden.
You can still take out student loan if you want to. But that's the key word. It's optional. It's not forced upon you just to be able to live or study. So it's mainly for people who want to move out and study without working at the same time. But the smarter move is to just live at home for a few more years while studying at college.

North Korea probably won't do anything to the US, so yeah.

Neat. Are your textbooks payed for too?



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Dark_Lord_2008 said:
Get a job and avoid student debt it is that simple. You get a college degree and end up working at fast food or super market with a huge college debt or you go straight to work at fast food or supermarket with no student debt.

Damn, you magically solved everyone's problems! Not like 99% of college kids didn't think of that.



Trunkin said:
Hiku said:

College is tuition free in Sweden.
You can still take out student loan if you want to. But that's the key word. It's optional. It's not forced upon you just to be able to live or study. So it's mainly for people who want to move out and study without working at the same time. But the smarter move is to just live at home for a few more years while studying at college.

North Korea probably won't do anything to the US, so yeah.

Neat. Are your textbooks payed for too?

They are not. That's usually what you hear college students around here complain about the most. Expensive books. xD
Little do they know how well off they are compared to some other countries.



This was written before North Korea proved they had an ICBM of course. Still I don't think they pose that much of a threat to the USA yet. I would still like to see them wiped out before they get to that point though.

I haven't really read up on why student debt is a threat to the USA. I'm sure there is some logic there somewhere though.



shikamaru317 said:

North Korea is not a threat to the US at present, and probably not anytime soon either. I'd say that they are starting to become a threat to our allies in that neck of the woods however, Japan and South Korea. While no sane ruler would risk starting a war with either country, Kim Jong-un seems to be pretty unstable, so I wouldn't put it past him to attack them.

It would only take about 300 or so nukes to destroy the world due to nuclear winter. They're a great threat. Humanity as a whole is a great threat to itself.



I had a little over 20.000 euro debt after education, my parents died young so I had to pay most things myself.
It took me 10 years to pay most of it off so far, I still have about 6500 euro to go and hope to repay that in the next 2 years.

But debt breaks you since its hard to loan for a house and even during screening for police and military they don't like debts because they think you can be easely convinced to leak sensative information for money.

Living with a debt is dangerous, for everyone because life, work, health its not sure at all but you having to pay debt each month is something that will not change easely.




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