On 2011/04/25 2:58 PM Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2011-04-25 4:36 PM, Larry Gusaas wrote:
On 2011/04/25 2:13 PM Charles Marcus wrote:
Being contrary to the spirit of making money is being contrary to the
spirit of life itself
Bullshit. Making money has nothing to do with the spirit of life.
No bullshit... it has everything to do with it, since supporting life
requires food, clothing and shelter, and those require -<gasp!> money.
Yes it is. You are talking about the necessities to support life. That is not the spirit of life.
- unless of course you're one of 'those' people who believe that
they are *entitled* to the fruit of other people's labor.
What makes you think I believe I'm entitled to the fruit of other
I said "*UNLESS* you are... I didn't say you were...
That is right. You veiled your insult behind an "unless you are". The intent was clear.
You still have not defined who "'those' people" are. That term is usually used to marginalize,
denigrate, and dismiss "others" such as blacks, gays, Jews, Native Americans, Indians, Chinese,
etc. in your to ignore and trivialize them. Typical tactic of the privileged.
Larry I. Gusaas
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
"An artist is never ahead of his time but most people are far behind theirs." - Edgard Varese
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