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  1. just the facts
    03-19-2014 03:44 PM
    just the facts
    barred from the thread? Afraid the masses will see through your right wing agenda
  2. Sweet Pea 50
    03-06-2014 01:50 AM
    Sweet Pea 50
    It's obvious.

    Somebody has won.

    It isn't you.
  3. Sweet Pea 50
    03-06-2014 12:48 AM
    Sweet Pea 50
    I could.

    But why would I?

    You might take d's in the a.

    As most of you do.
  4. Box-Office
    02-12-2014 03:16 AM
    Box-Office
    HAHA Super!!! I only took one course it took too much time so i didnt take any further ones but i did like it alot.
  5. Box-Office
    02-12-2014 01:18 AM
    Box-Office
    Instead of arguing on the forum you handed out a Red K and ran away (slow clap).
  6. Spray_resistant
    02-11-2014 11:05 PM
    Spray_resistant
    That is a good example for a smaller early man type civilization where there is no way someone could end up with the discrepancy of wealth we have today between elitists and people barely making enough to live every week. Nothing wrong with what you presented but society has become complicated compared to the small scaled example you presented where someone provides a good, pays workers to help, and sells the good to amass wealth. Most people of extreme wealth produce absolutely nothing today and just trade around make believe currency.
  7. Spray_resistant
    02-11-2014 10:42 PM
    Spray_resistant
    No one gets wealthy by themselves it takes constructs of society(all of us) to allow anyone to become wealthy in the first place. If they don't like a small chunk of their wealth to go back into the pot they can simply leave society and try to live on their own or better yet society is made up of the masses so what of enough people just want to kick an exceedingly wealthy individual out? It is not inherently that individual's wealth to begin with, that person only has it because of the system in place which allows it to happen so don't you think that person owes something for the privilege to be permitted to live in such comfort?

    It only happens because the masses say its ok, though what if it goes to an extreme and maybe a handful of people have all of it and I mean all of the nation's wealth? is that ok with you?
  8. Spray_resistant
    02-11-2014 10:18 PM
    Spray_resistant
    Its more a social contract, you have to surrender some rights and wealth you earn to live in a society where there are measures in place for your protection, one can always try on their own but it is easier this way.

    I think the wealthy do owe society something because they could not live in such luxury without society giving them the opportunity to do so and amass such wealth.
  9. Adamjr91
    01-24-2014 04:00 AM
    Adamjr91
    You are on the extreme right to any and everybody. Accept that you are a product of the Koch brothers dollars at work. There is no hope for you. You’ll be bitter and angry for as long as a proportion of the US budget (no matter how small) is used to help the poor and struggling. You sit there and complain about food stamps but conveniently forget that billions of dollars in subsidies that are given to the rich and the countless amounts of dollars spent on defence.

    You are one of those cunts that think deregulation of the banking sector will prevent another collapse

    Wealth inequality is at an all time high in America but the gap still isn't wide enough for you. Keep fighting the good fight my friend
  10. DannYankee09
    01-14-2014 07:48 AM
    DannYankee09
    That would sure annoy some poor black person who falls for your obvious "ebonics" troll race bait jab. But I would kick your teeth in on xbox, as well even without having played for a year....just saying. Cant believe you even deflected about frikking xbox as if that mattered.

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