subduction megathrusts @ June 18, 2018 4:17 PM
Originally posted by: cbrickhouse
capitalism isn't the worst, but it could definitely be better.
In theory it's fine, but combined with unsustainable human population numbers it becomes pretty ravenous with respect to whatever commodity finds a market halfway around the world.
XWHISKEYX @ June 18, 2018 4:19 PM
Originally posted by: Brett Weir
I also don’t mind working. It’s just objectively immoral and wrong that most people working full time still cannot afford to live therefore spend every waking hour working to feed themselves while being buttfucked by the modern aristocracy who hordes all of the perceived wealth because it’s the only way they can be sexually gratified.
I agree with this mostly except that I think that those working are not working the most ideal jobs to support a household. Any time someone has talked to me about getting a job I immediately tell them to go to the nearest factory and apply. Now I know that my area is not the baseline for every other town/city in America but for this conversation I will say that any factory job within a 50 mile radius of my house will pay you enough money to support a household and give you the basic bennies to live a decent life. I understand that in a lot of places people arent able to get these type of jobs for a variety of reasons (lack of transportation, etc) but honestly, go to a factory and you will walk in the door making at least $12 an hour. I have 2 friends each with their own businesses and they cannot find good employees. Every time they hire someone after a few weeks the people start calling out all the time, getting lazy on the job, etc. It's pretty nutso. I know Im not covering the wide range of variables related to your statement, its just my two cents.
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