Balancing Act: There's been a heavy backlash against the so-called yoga and gym tax. But here's a compelling argument in favor of the tax: The proposed expansion of the sales tax actually fits the current economy, which has shifted from more product-based to service-based. And even if the government decided to exempt gyms from the sales [...]
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In 2013, Joel Stein wrote “The Me Me Me Generation,” a widely read cover story for Time magazine about millennials, the population of Americans born approximately after 1980 whom he called “lazy, entitled narcissists who still live with their parents” who would, somehow, “save us all.”
Last week, millennials struck back.
I was sitting at the back of [...]