Hide yo' billionaires, hide yo' rich, and hide yo' bankers...

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    Sep 29, 2011 8:11 AM GMT
    cause we be eatin' everybody up here!

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    Occupy Wall Street!
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    Sep 29, 2011 11:18 AM GMT
    Don't eat my sister. She only lives there because she works there. icon_lol.gif
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    Sep 29, 2011 11:21 AM GMT
    Perhaps there is some truth to the movie "Soylent Green."
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    Sep 29, 2011 7:38 PM GMT
    Oh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!
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    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:06 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    Chainers said
    jprichva said
    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.

    I don't hate Wall Street, I worked there for many years. Lots of people there are just honorable folks trying to make a living.

    The rest are, in fact, sociopaths.


    Oh praise the fucking lord someone gets that Wall Street is made up by society and doesnt actually rule the world!

    Halleluiah!
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:19 PM GMT
    The Real Jock Central Committee

    We won't rest until all capitalists are eradicated, and we are all equally miserable!


    Победа, товарищ!

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    Sep 29, 2011 9:24 PM GMT
    socalfitness saidThe Real Jock Central Committee

    We won't rest until all capitalists are eradicated, and we are all equally miserable!


    Победа, товарищ!

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    Ugh it pains me to have to agree with SoCalFitness here but people are acting apeshit commie all up in here!
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:28 PM GMT
    Criticizing exploitation and bad risks does not equal an allegiance to communism. Nice to see Socalfitness and Chainers taking the Glenn Beck route.
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:28 PM GMT
    Chainers said
    socalfitness saidThe Real Jock Central Committee

    We won't rest until all capitalists are eradicated, and we are all equally miserable!


    Победа, товарищ!

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    Ugh it pains me to have to agree with SoCalFitness here but people are acting apeshit commie all up in here!

    Why thank you. These opinions go with what I was reading yesterday in a few threads. Several were saying that the only way possible to be successful is to be lucky or dishonest.
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:35 PM GMT
    Chainers said
    jprichva said
    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.


    The backbone of capitalism is an overworked and underpaid "lower classes"...
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:40 PM GMT
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Chainers said
    jprichva said
    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.


    The backbone of capitalism is an overworked and underpaid "lower classes"...


    Bitch please, the backbone of capitalism is the ideas that create the product that people buy.

    This working class you speak so highly of should all be replaced by robots.
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:41 PM GMT
    Chainers said
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Chainers said
    jprichva said
    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.


    The backbone of capitalism is an overworked and underpaid "lower classes"...


    Bitch please, the backbone of capitalism is the ideas that create the product that people buy.

    This working class you speak so highly of should all be replaced by robots.


    And what exactly are you?
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:44 PM GMT
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Chainers said
    jprichva said
    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.


    The backbone of capitalism is an overworked and underpaid "lower classes"...


    Pursuing a government bailout doesn't like an interest in free enterprise to me. Those bankers must be commies!
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:45 PM GMT
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Chainers said
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Chainers said
    jprichva said
    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.


    The backbone of capitalism is an overworked and underpaid "lower classes"...


    Bitch please, the backbone of capitalism is the ideas that create the product that people buy.

    This working class you speak so highly of should all be replaced by robots.


    And what exactly are you?


    A business owner, now shine my shoes commie!
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    creature said
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Chainers said
    jprichva said
    Chainers saidOh joy more ramblings from a liberal hippie with nothing better to do than bitch and moan about how much he hates the idea of people investing money.

    Kudos MeOhMy, kudos. Maybe if instead of being an unemployed think tank you actually worked for a living you wouldnt hate the idea of people profiting off of their entrepreneurship, oh wait thats Capitalism though!

    Ooh, you're so adorable, who knew you were such a little reactionary?


    Oh your so cute, who knew you were such a little anarchist.

    Seriously, to hate Wall Street is to hate the idea of free enterprise which is the backbone for capitalism.

    Fucking liberal stoner socialist hippies.


    The backbone of capitalism is an overworked and underpaid "lower classes"...


    Pursuing a government bailout doesn't like an interest in free enterprise to me. Those bankers must be commies!


    It isnt, however without the banks around our economy would have failed.

    That being said, some bailouts shouldnt have happened, namely ones like GM.
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:47 PM GMT
    I believe in equality for everyone. I'll eat other poor people too.
    Coincidentally, that would also prevent starvation, since there aren't enough rich people to go around.
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:54 PM GMT
    But Chainers, those bailouts are the tip of the iceberg.

    If you really think Wall Street and corporations are all about free enterprise, I suggest you look further.

    It sounds like government interference to me when a state has to woo a company to setting up a brick and mortar by actually paying them.

    It sounds like government interference when a corporation asks the State Department to get involved because the country where they rely on sweatshops to produce their clothing is pursuing to raise the minimum wage, and thus cut into their profits.

    There are so many subsidies being handed out as if they were going out of style, but you hear no complaints from them? But try to tell them they're polluting a little too much than they're supposed to, and suddenly they have a problem with government meddling.
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    creature saidBut Chainers, those bailouts are the tip of the iceberg.

    If you really think Wall Street and corporations are all about free enterprise, I suggest you look further.

    It sounds like government interference to me when a state has to woo a company to setting up a brick and mortar by actually paying them.

    It sounds like government interference when a corporation asks the State Department to get involved because the country where they rely on sweatshops to produce their clothing is pursuing to raise the minimum wage, and thus cut into their profits.

    There are so many subsidies being handed out as if they were going out of style, but you hear no complaints from them? But try to tell them they're polluting a little too much than they're supposed to, and suddenly they have a problem with government meddling.


    Technically speaking minimum wage is government meddling itself.

    Technically speaking, the entirely free market failed (as seen by child labor laws and working conditions, which where atrocious). The answer is somewhere in the middle.

    The answer is not, however, saying that Wall Street is to blame entirely.
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    Sep 29, 2011 9:59 PM GMT
    Chainers, how come we argue all the time when I agree with virtually everything you've said in here. *shakes head*
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    Sep 29, 2011 10:05 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidChainers, how come we argue all the time when I agree with virtually everything you've said in here. *shakes head*


    Because Im a private wealth manager, I manage all the rich people these bastards are bitching about's money in the stock market. Of course Im a fiscal conservative!
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    Sep 29, 2011 10:11 PM GMT
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    creature saidBut Chainers, those bailouts are the tip of the iceberg.

    If you really think Wall Street and corporations are all about free enterprise, I suggest you look further.

    It sounds like government interference to me when a state has to woo a company to setting up a brick and mortar by actually paying them.

    It sounds like government interference when a corporation asks the State Department to get involved because the country where they rely on sweatshops to produce their clothing is pursuing to raise the minimum wage, and thus cut into their profits.

    There are so many subsidies being handed out as if they were going out of style, but you hear no complaints from them? But try to tell them they're polluting a little too much than they're supposed to, and suddenly they have a problem with government meddling.


    Technically speaking minimum wage is government meddling itself.

    Technically speaking, the entirely free market failed (as seen by child labor laws and working conditions, which where atrocious). The answer is somewhere in the middle.

    The answer is not, however, saying that Wall Street is to blame entirely.


    Chainers, a US corporation asking for the US government to pressure another country to maintain its minimum wage level is not an example of the company freely operating. They are relying on federal assistance to operate.

    And if the free market has failed, why are you and others still yapping about it as if it does exist, when it hasn't.

    And people are the backbone of capitalism. People. The sooner you forgot that, the sooner you failed.
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    creature saidBut Chainers, those bailouts are the tip of the iceberg.

    If you really think Wall Street and corporations are all about free enterprise, I suggest you look further.

    It sounds like government interference to me when a state has to woo a company to setting up a brick and mortar by actually paying them.

    It sounds like government interference when a corporation asks the State Department to get involved because the country where they rely on sweatshops to produce their clothing is pursuing to raise the minimum wage, and thus cut into their profits.

    There are so many subsidies being handed out as if they were going out of style, but you hear no complaints from them? But try to tell them they're polluting a little too much than they're supposed to, and suddenly they have a problem with government meddling.


    Technically speaking minimum wage is government meddling itself.

    Technically speaking, the entirely free market failed (as seen by child labor laws and working conditions, which where atrocious). The answer is somewhere in the middle.

    The answer is not, however, saying that Wall Street is to blame entirely.


    Chainers, a US corporation asking for the US government to pressure another country to maintain its minimum wage level is not an example of the company freely operating. They are relying on federal assistance to operate.

    And if the free market has failed, why are you and others still yapping about it as if it does exist, when it hasn't.

    And people are the backbone of capitalism. People. The sooner you forgot that, the sooner you failed.


    Creature, A government placing a minimum wage level is not a market acting freely. Try again.
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    Sep 29, 2011 10:19 PM GMT
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    mocktwinkie saidChainers, how come we argue all the time when I agree with virtually everything you've said in here. *shakes head*


    Because Im a private wealth manager, I manage all the rich people these bastards are bitching about's money in the stock market. Of course Im a fiscal conservative!


    Coincidentally, my man does the same thing!

    How does it feel to be evil "wall street"? lol
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    Sep 29, 2011 10:20 PM GMT
    Chainers, I'm not talking about the foreign country where the sweatshops are. I said that a US corporation is asking the US government to suppress a rise in the minimum wage in the foreign country, so that the expense of labor won't increase.

    That US corporation is not conducting business freely because they relied on the US government to maintain their profit levels.