So everybody should be a construction worker? You seem to be stuck in
the middle ages.
On 01/07/2014 08:46 AM, Mike Dixon wrote:
Profit off of others? Absolutely! I think if somebody wants to invest
in a business, risk their capital and reputation and hire people to
work for them so that they can make a profit, that's great!
Nobody makes you work for some one else. If you don't like your job,
quit! If you're so special, someone will be willing to hire you for
what you're worth. But maybe you're not worth what you think you are.
Market forces determine that.
*From:* Bhairitu <noozg...@sbcglobal.net>
*Sent:* Sunday, January 5, 2014 12:56 PM
*Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] RE: Let's talk about the big gorilla in
It was ridiculous because you knew the answer to begin with. Asking
it made you look "stoopid." Besides my statement was facetious so
like someone said the other day you seem to be irony challenged. I
would expect you to be better than that.There is no difference between
the bourgeoisie and capitalist elite. Bourgeoisie is just an
antiquated term for the same thing. But I do think Marx rather lamely
defined it too since it would have indicted artists and musicians
too. He should have just stuck to those who profit off the labors of
others which apparently Mike believes is OK.On 01/05/2014 09:39 AM,
authfri...@yahoo.com <mailto:authfri...@yahoo.com> wrote:
*Why was it ridiculous, Tovarich?*
*And what's the difference between the bourgeoisie and the ruling
<< Comrade Mike, you mean the bourgeoisie. Comrade Judy's question
was ridiculous anyway. >>
On 01/05/2014 07:07 AM, Mike Dixon wrote:
The *ruling capitolist elite* of course! You know, the *banksters*
and Illuminati, Mwahahahahahahahaaha.
*From:* mailto:authfriend@... mailto:authfriend@...
*Sent:* Saturday, January 4, 2014 11:48 AM
*Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] RE: Let's talk about the big gorilla
in the room
<< Football is probably the closest thing they could come to
gladiators killing each other to satisfy the masses with bread and
circuses. it's a national distraction. >>