It's funny, but it's also true.  In the post, A Small, Deluded Minority Still Believes in Successful Retirement, the popular blog Gawker satirized the fact that the overwhelming majority of Americans are all too aware of their insecure retirement prospects.Hamilton Nolan, editor at Gawker, picks up on the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS) poll, publicized by the Washington Post, that the vast majority of Americans are anxious about not having enough money to retire. According to Gawker, the 15 percent of Americans who are not worried about retirement should "wise up" because they are being "completely unrealistic" about their financial future. I am sympathetic to their antics, as I have continued to advocate that retirement insecurity is no laughing matter.