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78% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck.

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29 minutes ago, motonoggin said:

Exactly, because while the economy has grown over 4 decades, wages remain stagnant. It's like the only metric that has. 

But no, 4 decades of stagnant wages couldn't possibly cause any problems...

How bout the high % of millionaire lottery winners who end up becoming broke within a few years.....is that because of wage stagnation?

No its cuz lots of people can't manage their money.....same difference. 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

I've done this with him a year or so ago.  He ain't fallin' few dat shit again!!!! :lol: 

Do you know why he won’t recognize that stupid people exist? Because he is that person. 

 

Inequality of intellect is THE biggest driving factor of human inequality. And liberalism is the driving factor populating the Lower intellect. He will not address any of this. He will post a meme. Then run away 

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18 hours ago, motonoggin said:

Worker ownership of the means of production. 

How is the pie to be divided up?  Equal for all, irrespective of duty or degree?

Neal

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7 hours ago, ViperGTS/Z1 said:

How bout the high % of millionaire lottery winners who end up becoming broke within a few years.....is that because of wage stagnation?

No its cuz lots of people can't manage their money.....same difference. 

 

 

 

8 hours ago, ViperGTS/Z1 said:

95% of those 78 percenters are just flat out not wise with their money. Has nothing to do with your so-called stagnant wages. ..Which by the way under Trump they are headed in a better Direction, the best wage growth/inflation ratio in a decade. Granted its still not great.

 But most people  have little discipline. ......if you cant make ends  meet in this booming economy you're doing something wrong. There is a surplus of jobs out there right now and anyone with any kind of motivation can have the pick of the crop and look for higher-paying jobs. They don't have to settle for a low paying one. 

 Problem is... it's kind of human nature to want to spend more as you make more ....I'm guilty of that as well. So the dollar value has less of an impact on why people live paycheck to paycheck....its just poor choices.

I have enough money saved to live comfortably for a very lengthy time and Im not one of those priveledged white boys. Ive worked hard and been fairly responsible  all my life and anyone could have done the same...I work for an EOE employer and many so called discriminated people also work there making real nice coin.Some of my coworkers  are doing  well  but many making the same pay are living paycheck to paycheck .  So your anti-capitalist theory doesn't apply.

 

 

 

the truth :bc:

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14 minutes ago, NaturallyAspirated said:

How is the pie to be divided up?  Equal for all, irrespective of duty or degree?

Neal

Trying to understand Motonomics?  Who gets the boat?:lol:

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3 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Trying to understand Motonomics?  Who gets the boat?:lol:

 

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14 minutes ago, steve from amherst said:

 

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Rev's half?

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1 hour ago, NaturallyAspirated said:

How is the pie to be divided up?  Equal for all, irrespective of duty or degree?

Neal

TTT for @motonoggin

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5 minutes ago, AKIQPilot said:

TTT for @motonoggin

Only counterrevolutionaries worry about what happens after the revolution

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2 minutes ago, motonoggin said:

Only counterrevolutionaries worry about what happens after the revolution

So no plan. Thanks. 

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2 minutes ago, AKIQPilot said:

So no plan. Thanks. 

There's a plan, we just voted on it at the antifa convention, but one doesn't talk about the plan.

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1 hour ago, motonoggin said:

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 True

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10 minutes ago, AKIQPilot said:

So no plan. Thanks. 

How long into an Antifa meetings do the deck of cards come out. 

Likely to stupid to work a phone.

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8 minutes ago, motonoggin said:

There's a plan, we just voted on it at the antifa convention, but one doesn't talk about the plan.

Who's in charge?  Is their a leader?:lol:

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1 minute ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Who's in charge?  Is their a leader?:lol:

No leaders.

If someone can lead you in, someone else can lead you out...

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9 minutes ago, motonoggin said:

No leaders.

If someone can lead you in, someone else can lead you out...

Its quite apparent there are no leaders in the antifa movement. Even a bowel movement has a leader. 

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11 minutes ago, motonoggin said:

No leaders.

If someone can lead you in, someone else can lead you out...

Stupid people need others to lead them.  That is the reason that 78% live paycheck to paycheck.:lol:

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Just now, AKIQPilot said:

Its quite apparent there are no leaders in the antifa movement. Even a bowel movement has a leader. 

Moto is under the false impression that a society can exist without a hierarchal structure 

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1 minute ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Stupid people need others to lead them.  That is the reason that 78% live paycheck to paycheck.:lol:

Yes

say one makes 10,000 per month, has $3500 in expenses but gambles away the rest monthly. Does he need to quit gambling or does someone need to give him more money 

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Just now, Rod Johnson said:

Yes

say one makes 10,000 per month, has $3500 in expenses but gambles away the rest monthly. Does he need to quit gambling or does someone need to give him more money 

say that same person now makes 20,000 per month, has $3500 in expenses and continues to gamble.  How much do you think he will have left at the end of the month?  See a pattern?

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1 minute ago, Rod Johnson said:

Yes

say one makes 10,000 per month, has $3500 in expenses but gambles away the rest monthly. Does he need to quit gambling or does someone need to give him more money 

Thats an easy one. Someone needs tongive him more money. Gambling is a disease.  No one should have to go through life with a disease unless we can make his life easier somehow. Where do we donate for this mans cause?  

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