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anon user #3
#26 2022-08-05 19:00:46

Re: WARNING: The new generations are giving up on Capitalism

All I am saying is when you are condemning the young to live miserable lives and openly calling them "worthless" and "worth less than zero" don't be surprised if they choose to rebel and maybe even act very violently against you.

Thank God for death.  It would seem if nature didn't remove you from this Earth you would probably take all you can and enslave the young.  You should feel lucky if your young mourn some of you "life pigs"...

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#27 2022-08-05 19:17:29

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What millenials are giving up on is capitalism of their social lives. They've grown into an adult hood that is "for sale" without quality of life being a factor, just money money money!

As they mature a bit they find that money didn't and doesn't buy happiness love or affection. It buys a mimicry of those things from both sides that has no depth and fades as soon as the $$$ has stopped.

Capitalism is great for goods and services, it stinks for everything else.

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#28 2022-08-05 19:18:43

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America love it or leave it, millions of people coming across our southern border why? because America is the best country to live in.

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#29 2022-08-05 19:19:51

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anon user #3 wrote:

Again, calling people "worthless".  I think this shows A LOT.

How many of those people are you hiring and paying a living wage?

If the answer is zero, then obviously they are worthless to you.

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Phillip_McCavity
#30 2022-08-05 19:30:09

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I keep trying to figure out the best way to express my views.

People certainly have the right to basic dignities and survival.

They have the right to compete for jobs, and they have a right to opportunity.

People living in the community have a right of safety. They have a right to say how their community is governed. They have a right to clean and maintain their communities.

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#31 2022-08-05 19:47:01

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But the problem is, you're not all WORTH a living wage.
Paying people to be worthless can never end well. How can you not understand that?

That's not true. Imagine a scenario where you needed an extremely large population of people to test out a newly developed vaccine. Those "worthless" people suddenly have value, albeit the same value as a royal food taster.

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#32 2022-08-05 20:28:00

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anon user #3 wrote:

Again, calling people "worthless".  I think this shows A LOT.

We are talking economics, not touchy-feely. And yes, some people are truly worthless. And as Heekee said, some are less than worthless. An employee who steals more from you than he produces is less than worthless.
And that theft does not have to be felony larceny, it could just be theft of wages by fuqing off on the clock.

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anon user #3
#33 2022-08-05 21:14:45

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We are talking economics, not touchy-feely. And yes, some people are truly worthless. And as Heekee said, some are less than worthless. An employee who steals more from you than he produces is less than worthless.
And that theft does not have to be felony larceny, it could just be theft of wages by fuqing off on the clock.

Well who hired that employee?  So what then does that make you?

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#34 2022-08-05 23:20:58

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We are talking economics, not touchy-feely. And yes, some people are truly worthless. And as Heekee said, some are less than worthless. An employee who steals more from you than he produces is less than worthless. And that theft does not have to be felony larceny, it could just be theft of wages by fuqing off on the clock.

That last line describes about half the workforce and about 90% of people who "work" from home.

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TesticularFortitude
#35 2022-08-05 23:30:31

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anon user #3 wrote:

^ This is modern day Capitalism:  "people are worthless"

And you seriously wonder why the younger generations want to end it?  You just might be in for a very rude reality check one day...

I meant to the business, you no doubt have seen places where there are employees who not only contribute nothing but get in the way of productivity shrug

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#36 2022-08-06 00:18:20

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TesticularFortitude wrote:

I meant to the business, you no doubt have seen places where there are employees who not only contribute nothing but get in the way of productivity shrug

AU is one of them.

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anon user #3
#37 2022-08-06 00:19:49

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TesticularFortitude wrote:

I meant to the business, you no doubt have seen places where there are employees who not only contribute nothing but get in the way of productivity shrug

And my response was, "who hired those people?" and hypothetically wouldn;t they be even more "worthless"?

History is filled with the owner classes trying to devalue their subordinates in order to justify minimizing their pay.

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#38 2022-08-06 17:23:05

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anon user #3 wrote:

And my response was, "who hired those people?" and hypothetically wouldn;t they be even more "worthless"?

Obviously, that one decision is terrible, but that doesn't mean all their decisions on the whole were worthless and the worthless employee can be fired.

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Ho Chi Minh
#39 2022-08-06 17:25:50

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