Early this year, the Pew Center released a survey showing that 61 of the nation's largest cities — limiting the survey to the largest city in each state and all other cities with more than 500,000 people — had a gap of more than $217 billion in unfunded pension and health care liabilities. While cities had long promised health care, life insurance and other benefits to retirees, "few ... started saving to cover the long-term costs," the report said.
hey, wsp, I know you're slow to understand what it means when I say I've got you on ignore
but it means I can't see your messages.......I can see that you have posted "something" but I can't read what it is
it works great!
if you really don't like what I have to say, you "could" put me on your ignore list, then you won't be bothered with my messages which seem to annoy you so badly....and you can continue to live in your blissful la la land without all these pesky messages of the "inconvenient truth" disturbing your dream
speaking of inconvenient truth, didja see that the sizzling state of massachussets came in 4th from the bottom of all states for real estate growth????? I'll see if I can find that post and bump it back to the top just for you
in the mean time, thanks for hanging onto my every message! and big "smootchie-woochies" right back at you!