Oh my, your assertion is wrong again...
...." Debt from credit cards hit a record high in 2019, driven by young borrowers and aggressive spending, according to The Wall Street Journal. Despite a healthy economy and robust job market, the number of people who fell behind on payments increased.
Serious delinquent credit card debt is classified as payments that are late by 90 days or more. That number went up to 5.32 percent in Q4, the highest it has been in about eight years — it was 5.16 percent in Q3. The rate for serious delinquency among borrowers aged 18 to 29 years went up almost 10 percent to its highest level since Q4 of 2010 at 8.91 percent."
Really, you got that from the record level of delinquencies?
The topic wasn't the "majority", please keep focused and don't pull a Greenday Straw man. In your "Best Economy Ever", most benchmarks of economic stability in families have been heading SOUTH, in some cases, approaching levels close to the previous recession. Somehow, you still think people are in the best economic shape ever.
Funny, I'm STILL waiting for you to post the FIRST chart or data link to support your hyperbole and narrative. All I've seen is the Greenday shuffle, all assertion and no data.... just null posts... that just confirms to me, you got nothin... Sad...
Thanks for the initial post/link!
I went ahead and ordered the two pack. I also ordered a Tisa 1911 from a different dealer but had both orders shipped to my FFL. Did the NICS and transfer on the 3 items at one time.. FFL only added 10$ on top of the initial transfer fee for the 1911.. So grand total out the door for the 2 stripped lowers was less than 90$... 45$ a piece.. im happy with that!