Insurance companies covering the labour and skills you sell openly on the free market wants you to keep selling and producing rather than seeing you on the dole so they have worked with automakers to keep you healthy and able to sell yourself on the open market.
you can only reap the rewards of capitalism if you can afford it, is what i am saying.
hollande is not remotely socialist. lol. this is how disconnected you are from what socialism actually is.
I don't know the history of the seat belt. As it turns out, I'm not the one pretending that I do either.
Yep. Those crazy people don't seem to understand the importance of capitalism innovating the game of chest.
Helping spread innovation throughout the world for so long now.
Capitalism is essentially freedom for all to perform businesses.
Commerce is equally great. But the freedom for anyone no matter what or who they are to do business is even greater.
Do you want me to start anew thread on how great commerce has been for the human species?
Capitalism is simply the freedom of all to perform commerce.
Or was it better in the old days when only certain people were allowed?
You think medieval Persia offered "freedom for all to perform businesses."
Go for it. Should be good for a laugh.
Like in medieval Persia, where capitalism innovated chest.
The Silk Road was the beginning of big time trade and commerce. But I never said it was the biginning of capitalism. Your just not intelligent enough to understand what I said
Hmmm. . . care to point out where I claimed you said the Silk Road was "the biginning [sic] of capitalism"?
A quote will do nicely.
"medieval Persia offered "freedom for all to perform businesses."
How would that be the "biginning" [sic] of capitalism? The United States in 1922 allowed all to have businesses. Is that a statement that the "biginning" of capitalism was the U.S. in 1922?
You haven't made one argument that I would call"solid" against capitalism yet.
And I don't have the time to figure it out in a equation but there is one
You'll have to trust me on my word. But I'm not going to break it down for a bunch of tree stumps like you 4. The equation is much to valuable to share here anyways
The equation is strong enough that I have no doubt humans will one day, travel the galaxy With its help by amplifying our very strong ability to build solutions.
Right, I better get on that then. Just so I know what I'm working with, what would you call a "solid" argument?
Something like this?
Because I can make an argument against capitalism equally as solid as this.
It was a cop out because you realized you looked like a fool going on about your equation, but you couldn't actually explain your point because your point made no sense.
Until you admit that or actually produce the equation, you're going to get the same effort in my arguments as you've put into your own arguments.
So far this is the best you've come up with:
- My argument is right because of an equation I don't know and haven't thought about.
- I'm super analytical even though I don't understand this Wikipedia article says nothing about the point I'm trying to make.
As for the equation it's simple. It's in business's favor to keep its market from collapsing. This means it will innovate in order to continue to profit from its market. I've already explained this five times but since, realized that you don't even see understand what I've just explained. It's basically a self solving algorithm.
I've already explained this equation 5 times and your still asking for a equation. Who looks stupid now?
and boasting of your intelligence. So much so that it comes as a priority to you actually making an intelligent point. To you it seems that it doesn't matter whether you've shown your intelligence, just so long as you announce it and put others down in the process. We've all experienced people like that on elementary school playgrounds. It's a classic but boring cliche.
This is the only car you could buy in Solviet Union for 40 years. While we had 500+ different models to choose from.
Thank you capitalism for innovations like the seat belt
What discussion? There never was one.
This is how far you got on the topic:
That's not an equation. You might want to try looking up what an equation is first..
- My equation proves I'm right!
- What's the equation?
- I don't know. You're a tree stump.