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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Or from someone who understands reality.

    Sort of like the more $$$$ you get for dependents, the more children unwed mothers seem to have.
    Or someone who is extremely sexually frustrated and needs an outlet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRSpock View Post
    Or someone who is extremely sexually frustrated and needs an outlet.

    Slugster is just frustrated in general. I heard they canceled bridge at the villa yesterday and he wasn't very happy, but thankfully he soon forgot and got an extra tapioca pudding from the staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Or from someone who understands reality.

    Sort of like the more $$$$ you get for dependents, the more children unwed mothers seem to have.
    And the more tax cuts the rich get the more they want. Unwed mothers on welfare, illegal aliens, BLM, or AOC aren't destroying the country as much as elected officials, big business, or uber-wealthy individuals. How can powerless people affect anything in this country? It wasn't unwed mothers who out-sourced American jobs or lie to us so they could invade Iraq, are won't support the American public during a pandemic, or now trying to block votes to overturn an election. You do know elections are the bedrock of democracy? That whole "We the people" thing. Once politicians openly try to corrupt the system for their own powers, one can't help from wondering what else they have done that didn't go noticed or reported.
    Last edited by WES445; 12-10-2020 at 09:27 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRSpock View Post
    Or someone who is extremely sexually frustrated and needs an outlet.
    This from someone who word associates the word "inflatable" with the word "sex."
    Or "Barbie" with "men's room."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny Powders View Post
    Slugster is just frustrated in general. I heard they canceled bridge at the villa yesterday and he wasn't very happy, but thankfully he soon forgot and got an extra tapioca pudding from the staff.
    People like you never realize how dumb you sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WES445 View Post
    And the more tax cuts the rich get the more they want. Unwed mothers on welfare, illegal aliens, BLM, or AOC aren't destroying the country as much as elected officials, big business, or uber-wealthy individuals. How can powerless people affect anything in this country? It wasn't unwed mothers who out-sourced American jobs or lie to us so they could invade Iraq, are won't support the American public during a pandemic, or now trying to block votes to overturn an election. You do know elections are the bedrock of democracy? That whole "We the people" thing. Once politicians openly try to corrupt the system for their own powers, one can't help from wondering what else they have done that didn't go noticed or reported.
    One group creates jobs.

    The other just procreates.

    One creates income.

    The other creates expense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    People like you never realize how dumb you sound.
    A scenario you're well accustomed to, I'm sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    One group creates jobs.

    The other just procreates.

    One creates income.

    The other creates expense.
    Do you think the wealth gap is an actual thing?

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    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    One group creates jobs.

    The other just procreates.

    One creates income.

    The other creates expense.
    If that's true how come the super wealthy got even richer during the pandemic and the US lost jobs and income?

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    If that's true how come the super wealthy got even richer during the pandemic and the US lost jobs and income?
    Because they work harder then the rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    One group creates jobs.

    The other just procreates.

    One creates income.

    The other creates expense.
    Wow, I didn't know AOC was procreating and the rich and powerful aren't.

    You know everyone creates expense. The rich got richer at the expense of the workers' salary or their jobs that was outsourced. Supporting these guys have corrupted the system, but it seems they have that right in your mind.

    If they want to pollute our water and air, well that is just peachy since they create income, which is mainly for the benefit of their income and not their workers. Did you know that the middle class is shrinking? What causes that? O, O, O, I know, unwed mothers on welfare.

    Do they create jobs? Think out-sourcing of our industrial sector overseas to foreigners.

    See that guy over there in the suit talking to the camera? That Rod Sterling telling his viewers that Sluggo is the Twilight Zone where rational thought goes to die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny Powders View Post
    A scenario you're well accustomed to, I'm sure
    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by WES445 View Post
    Wow, I didn't know AOC was procreating and the rich and powerful aren't.

    You know everyone creates expense. The rich got richer at the expense of the workers' salary or their jobs that was outsourced. Supporting these guys have corrupted the system, but it seems they have that right in your mind.

    If they want to pollute our water and air, well that is just peachy since they create income, which is mainly for the benefit of their income and not their workers. Did you know that the middle class is shrinking? What causes that? O, O, O, I know, unwed mothers on welfare.

    Do they create jobs? Think out-sourcing of our industrial sector overseas to foreigners.

    See that guy over there in the suit talking to the camera? That Rod Sterling telling his viewers that Sluggo is the Twilight Zone where rational thought goes to die.
    Thanks for the update comrade.

    What do you think rich people do withy their money……put it in a pile and stare at it????

    Wealthy that come into money thru a good economy, or investments don't have any more actual money in their pockets than they did before. Nor do they have a better lifestyle than they did before. Nothing in their day to day lives has really changed all that much. What has changed is the money behind them. That money is being reinvested on their behalf and, while they may become richer on paper, that money is being put into use as the economy expands.

    Look at sports……Outfielder making $10 mil a year has a great year and doubles his salary (that would be to $20 mil a year, in case you are wondering) thru free agency. Do you think his life has changed all that much??? (Puerile QMs). No it didn't. So where did the extra $10 mil go??? (Puerile QMs). It was invested into the economy which ===> jobs and even more wealth. This is a very basic example but this is what actually happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Thanks for the update comrade.

    What do you think rich people do withy their money……put it in a pile and stare at it????

    Wealthy that come into money thru a good economy, or investments don't have any more actual money in their pockets than they did before. Nor do they have a better lifestyle than they did before. Nothing in their day to day lives has really changed all that much. What has changed is the money behind them. That money is being reinvested on their behalf and, while they may become richer on paper, that money is being put into use as the economy expands.

    Look at sports……Outfielder making $10 mil a year has a great year and doubles his salary (that would be to $20 mil a year, in case you are wondering) thru free agency. Do you think his life has changed all that much??? (Puerile QMs). No it didn't. So where did the extra $10 mil go??? (Puerile QMs). It was invested into the economy which ===> jobs and even more wealth. This is a very basic example but this is what actually happens.
    I don't care what they do with their money, but how making that money affects the rest of us.

    To many rabbit holes here. For one thing, this expanding economy you are talking about doesn't seem to help most Americans. As I referenced earlier, the middle class is shrinking while we gain more billionaires so that expanding economy is only helping these rich cats, so that isn't a point worth bringing up as a good thing. Have you seen those long lines of cars at the food banks? Did you hear how much profit the big boys are making during this pandemic? Wall Street is doing good, but the main street isn't. You are to focus on the former and is ignoring the latter that matters to most people.

    Your jock reference isn't a factor considering how many jocks blow their wealth on frivolous things, ie Mike Tyson buying tigers or Joe Namath boozing and high life. I am sure they help the high-end retailer more than the average joe. While Wal-mart and other retailers who cater to Joe's six-pack crowd are begging Congress to pass the $1,200 check to the stimulus bill so their customers can spend the money with them. I guess that the expanding economy isn't so expanding as you think. It is the consumers who really fuel the economy. If we can't afford to buy things, you can kiss this economy good-bye.

    If investment equals jobs and even more wealth, I am assuming you mean for the average joe, then why haven't they increase the minimum wage over a decade or the wages stagnation we are experiencing? How does this help us?
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