Hatin' life

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  1. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    Why would GM not be alive? Because they would've gone out of business? Would people suddenly stop wanting cars? Somebody would've made it work with out you and I funding gangster activity. If anything, it would've broken up a large conglomerate which would have been a good thing. Want an example of economies working well on their own, with zero governmental influence? This was a few years ago and I don't remember which african country it was, but there was turmoil there. Some dictator lopping the head off the other dictator. The currency couldn't be trusted, much like any nations currency in time of war. The people started using prepaid cell phone minutes as the currency, they could be texted to one another, much like a crypto currency. Is that still the case? I don't know, but that's interesting shit. I don't know if crypto currencies can be trusted either, but I wouldn't be surprised if bitcoin or something like it became a global staple for trade. Only two things throughout human history have had value. Pussy and gold, those two aren't going away anytime soon, but crypto might join them. Back to the subject. How many hours a year should you work for the state?
  2. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    The previous 200,000 years of human existence isn't enough? Got an example of where the state throwing money at a problem worked?
  3. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    Exactly. Money doesn't care who spends it. What do I spend money on? Pretty much the usual. Payroll mostly, then taxes, interest, the mortgages, a vehicle payment, lumber, equipment, groceries, stitches for the dog every six months when the little psycho chases something through barbed wire. What are they spending it on? Fuck if I know. I do know I shouldn't have to work 2500 hours a year so I can keep the money from the other 500 hours I work to pay my bills.
  4. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    Yes, it is. It's all consumer feelings. Your car is mechanical, things wear. The economy has nothing mechanical and nothing to wear in it. If they hadn't fucked with it, a few years. Five tops and things would've bounced back. Things started to go to shit in 2002, by 2008 they were completely fucked. They still are. The feds holding interest rates as low as they are is them still trying to kick start this fucker and it ain't working.
  5. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    Haha. I need to be more specific I guess. Isn't that what I started with when entering this thread?
  6. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    Isn't that what I started with?
  7. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    So just to regroup. Trump the democrat spending money = bad Democrat, (not Trump), spending money = good Republican spending money = bad. Check for errors please.
  8. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    Comparably, yeah, it is. Pretty sure uncle Larry is the brass ring all those people are reaching for. There's certainly some service wealth there, but not the kind of "fuck you" money that buys Hawaiian Islands
  9. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    You are correct though, I don't know how to make real money. I'm small business and incapable of running anything more than that. I do know my limitations
  10. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    How many Larry Elisons are out there? 1000? Out of 7,000,000,000 people? Pretty extreme example. Stick with the 1% of the 1%, it's more realistic. Salary people have nothing to offset their income. Nothing.
  11. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    You're out. You know nothing about money and can only talk at the extremes.
  12. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    Gotta make money to get taxed on it though right? Pretty sure if I never paid a single tax ever again, I would never get rich. Next?
  13. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    The wealthy are always going to make more. That is also a fact. Know why? Because they're smarter than the plebs. Poor people will always be poor, lottery winners are a great example. Most are worse off than they started. I'm a fucking idiot, so I'm trying to make up for it in effort, but I can promise you, if I won the lottery, it wouldn't be long and I'd have more than I started with.
  14. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    You say, why not have people pay more. I say, why not spend less? That seems like the easiest thing to do when I'm short on cash. That does scale, I know that for a fucking fact.
  15. Hatin' life

    So Much For Fiscal Responsibility

    I did say, not that it scales.... Money certainly doesn't flow up through the castes. And poor people certainly don't run the business's that employ people and drive economy This country has pretty much always carried a debt, but it has been at careless levels for what, 40 years? That's something I have a major beef with. Quit pissing money away on useless shit.