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The Men of Underearners Anonymous, ‘Akira’ 31 Years Later and the Never-Ending Irritation of Back-In Parkers

It’s 2020, y’all! Kinda just rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? TwenTAY-twenTAY. If you’re already all like, “The 2010s were a lost decade, and there ain’t shit about the 2020s that makes me think things will be any different,” stop, take a deep breath and then check out this Lizzo tweet:

Inspiring stuff. And if your decade-long malaise has anything to do with not making enough money, take comfort in the fact that with a little help from Underearners Anonymous, you too can break free of your addiction to being (or feeling) broke.

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