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  • @dIfrenT:

    if money buys it, go earn it. over here we have plenty of opportunities to get money. and most, if not all, of our colleges give applicants a chance to get money toward their education by way of work-study, scholarships/grants, and loans. and there are plenty of places to find work…if you’re not too lazy to go find it.

    That’s different here, and read what i wrote above,answering CC.

    Not really. What you describe is what most people have been told to believe about socialism.

    oh really? then please tell me what it actually is.

    I can tell you where to find it. I don’t promote lazyness, and i don’t want to bias you.

    let the dwarf get is own ladder. …he has too many opportunities to get one for me (or anyone else) to be mandated to give him one.

    Do you all try to misinterprete me?
    THis was an example about “not equal opportunities”, how can you come up with “too many opportunities”?

    as for “fairness,” that’s an argument that never ends.

    Too true.



  • i think you had about 5-6 points i was going to try to misinterpret you on, but my heart was filling with kindness . . . .
    stupid dwarf. Why doesn’t he just learn to eat blueberries . . . .



  • Do you all try to misinterprete me?
    THis was an example about “not equal opportunities”, how can you come up with “too many opportunities”?

    …because that’s what your solution to the problem was providing the dwarf.



  • and most, if not all, of our colleges give applicants a chance to get money toward their education by way of work-study, scholarships/grants, and loans. and there are plenty of places to find work…if you’re not too lazy to go find it.

    Funny. Even then I am too cheap to afford any of the private colleges in Southern California 🙂 Now that Gray Davis has looted California expect major increases in tuition fees next year.

    let the dwarf get is own ladder. if he doesn’t have money for one he can either make one, or go earn some money to buy one. maybe he could ask to borrow one. he has too many opportunities to get one for me (or anyone else) to be mandated to give him one. if the giant wants to give half or however much of the apples to the dwarf, fine. that’s good, and that’s the way i think it should be. let him want to give it, not be forced to give it. and if they want to trade, very good. but don’t make them trade. that’s taking away their ability to choose it. and frankly, when someone takes my choice in the matter away (especially for something i would do anyway, without the command) i get pretty upset. needless to say, my parents taught me independence, initiative, and the ability to think for myself.

    Can not the giant give the dwarf a lift on his/her shoulders? Or perhaps that is too communistic. 🙂 It is funny that capitalism functions best in a perfect competitive market structure, but even here you are not allowing it.

    That’s different here, and read what i wrote above,answering CC.

    Thank god I left Europe as fast as I could. I was never a big fan of the early selection process. 🙂



  • @Deviant:Scripter:

    Do you all try to misinterprete me?
    THis was an example about “not equal opportunities”, how can you come up with “too many opportunities”?

    …because that’s what your solution to the problem was providing the dwarf.

    The solution was too many opportunities ?
    Maybe i should have added: there is nothing else to eat but apples…. or something like that.



  • @F_alk:

    @Deviant:Scripter:

    Do you all try to misinterprete me?
    THis was an example about “not equal opportunities”, how can you come up with “too many opportunities”?

    …because that’s what your solution to the problem was providing the dwarf.

    The solution was too many opportunities ?
    Maybe i should have added: there is nothing else to eat but apples…. or something like that.

    No, your solution was giving him too many opportunities. Thus making it unfair for the tall person.



  • Longest topic ever. 🙂



  • @Anonymous:

    The solution was too many opportunities ?
    Maybe i should have added: there is nothing else to eat but apples…. or something like that.

    No, your solution was giving him too many opportunities. Thus making it unfair for the tall person.

    Giving him a ladder would give him too many opportunities? How that?



  • All I can say is, “This is amazing.” I can’t help but chuckle. :lol:


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