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“Being poor is…”

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I don’t have really anything to add to this article. It’s provocative and surprising and shocking:

http://www.scalzi.com/whatever/003704.html

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Andy Lin
Andy Lin
10 years 10 months ago

I’m sorry, but I’m having trouble sympathizing. My family used to be in this situation, so it’s not like I don’t know what it’s like. But seriously, there are so many people in this world who’d love to be a dirt poor American.

Meela C.
Meela C.
10 years 10 months ago

His idea of “poor” is what I consider “struggling,” which is far off from the poor I think other people suffer.

Nevertheless, I did want to point out this article (following) to you because I think it has a lot of similarities with some of what you’re saying.

http://darkush.blogspot.com/2005/09/more-on-poor.html

Jennifer
Jennifer
10 years 9 months ago

That’s not poverty. For grad students, that’s reality.

Ealasaid
Ealasaid
9 years 6 months ago
OK, I’m late to the party but I can’t let Jennifer’s comment there stand. I was a grad student who got by on financial aid, what I made as an intern, and one free tank of gas a month from my parents, and I wasn’t nearly as poor as what Scalzi and his commenters are describing. I had enough money to eat, live on campus, have a bottle or two of wine a week, and pay my bills. Sure, it was tight, but I did okay – even when I my car got wrecked and needed a lot of work.… Read more »
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