In the 60s “Live for Today” became the slogan because at any moment the government could snatch you from your home, shave your head, stick a rifle in your hand, and send you half a world away– perhaps never to return.
Today “Carpe Diem” is the slogan because the health care industry will eventually bleed you dry. They’re gonna get you, and there’s no escape. There’s no point in saving something for a rainy day, because if it rains they’re gonna take it.
So, sha la la-la-la, live for today.
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