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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Vessels View Post
    I might have to disagree with you. Am I satisfied with my job? Not really, but I do keep looking for a job in the field that I went to school for? Yes of course I do infact I just filled out another application just now. But it's frusterating when no one will hire you. I do feel like I'm wasting myself away becuase I don't have my "real job"? Oh god yes but I keep looking and I haven't gave up yet.
    I don't think your situation as you've described it here applies to what Moto said.

    Quote Originally Posted by Llamas View Post
    I live in a semi-socialist country (farrrrr more socialist than most Americans could imagine), and I am satisfied in my work. According to your assessment, I should be working just enough to get by and expecting everything to be handed to me. However, I teach ~25-30 hours a week, and with lesson-planning and administrative work, I actually work ~45-50 hours a week. And I'm looking for more clients to take on, as well as working on my SP and getting my own language agency running. I'm also constantly reading and researching (and I go to seminars when I can) to build upon my skills and improve my work. I'm a liberal semi-socialist who supports unions and high taxes... and I work my damn ass off.
    It would appear you're conflating socialism (or semi-socialism) with the removal of the impetus to better one's life / do good work, which I don't think Moto did in his post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Miss_1565 View Post
    It would appear you're conflating socialism (or semi-socialism) with the removal of the impetus to better one's life / do good work, which I don't think Moto did in his post.
    Isn't that always what he's doing? Haha... anyway, he definitely heavily implied that he was referring to people who use social benefits (and are OBVIOUSLY socialists, right?)... "people are getting used to others providing for them and assuming everything will be taken care of. They are happy with their lot in life. They see no sense of urgency in their labor so why bother. Personally, these types of people sicken me."


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    I do not drink alcohol and coffee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llamas View Post
    Isn't that always what he's doing? Haha... anyway, he definitely heavily implied that he was referring to people who use social benefits (and are OBVIOUSLY socialists, right?)... "people are getting used to others providing for them and assuming everything will be taken care of. They are happy with their lot in life. They see no sense of urgency in their labor so why bother. Personally, these types of people sicken me."


    What Moto describes sounds more like shiftless people (which do not make up the entirety of the welfare roll, but certainly describes my cousin who's on welfare) and not socialists. My aforementioned cousin couldn't define socialism for you if her life depended on it. Not saying Moto's right necessarily, but there's plenty of things he actually says that one can argue against without reading into it things that aren't there.
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    Default Slavery To money! why don't you get a job? Avoid the real world go back to school.


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