Quotebag #87

“what this means, as a practical matter, is that financial independence is not really in reach for huge numbers of workers. people live with their parents, or in terrible places; they go without health care; they can’t be prepared for emergencies; and they scramble. it is pepper-sauce in the wound to call these workers lazy, to jack them around on hours.”—kathy a.

“However, our culture must admit that all the waste products of market-based capitalism are not ‘waste’ at all, but a very valuable resource.”—Nick Meador

“There are many practical and philosophical reasons for obeying a law you don’t agree with, but there is never a reason to feel guilty about breaking a law you don’t agree with.”—kfogel

“Obviously one is not entitled to a job in a ‘Right to Work’ state, so what is the truth behind the PR spin?”—David Hummels

“If the world ends next week bring it on, because I can’t continue living in a society that’s getting more violent, selfish, greedy and stupid every single minute of every single day”—lostonearth35

“In contrast to the relatively immutable laws of physics, economics are completely man-made; these are not immutable laws by any stretch.”—Michael Silverton

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One Response to Quotebag #87

  1. Todd S says:

    “In contrast to the relatively immutable laws of physics, economics are completely man-made; these are not immutable laws by any stretch.”—Michael Silverton

    Very true. Also, “science” is descriptive. Economics is prescriptive, and is thus not a science. It’s not even an art since nothing is created from it.

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