“An army of first-world wasters trapped in an Escher maze of immaturity…. Sure, perhaps basing this on children and housing ownership does play into a very traditional view of what maturity is, but in an economy that is almost entirely based on house prices, investing in property is probably your best chance of doing anything with your money other than endlessly blowing it on uncontrolled rent and misery repellents. And children must be one of the few remaining catalysts in this world that’ll convince you that the party needs to stop.” Clive Martin: When does the Party stop? (Vice)

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