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ImmortaI Yesterday, 9:15 AM
wow 72% affinity
Kosmonaut Dec 7, 3:48 PM
It's not treating the other guys the same way, it's sticking with my brand and making it more profitable by branching out to new potential customers that may not be my initial intended public.
traed Dec 7, 2:41 AM
Idk im just going by memory. Just something Richard Wolff mentioned on a lecture.

Some companies Id like to see seized by workers rather than bought. For example Amazon. Fuck Bezos. Though that wouldnt end well because the militarized police will get involved.
traed Dec 7, 2:11 AM
The most successful co-op is from the Netherlands iirc...can't recall.

What do you mean?
traed Dec 6, 5:00 PM
Unfortunately a lot of Americans don't know how to do it well. I've seen some co-ops ran horribly like having very odd hours open only a couple days a week. My electric community co-op is alright though they don't make too big a deal over being a little past due date they dont cut power. Never went to the meetings though since can't get around much.

There is a small capitalist on MAL i tried to convince to convert his business he doesn't even like to a co-op. Not sure he even bothered to look it up.
Bakchos Dec 6, 4:01 PM
Well, not everyone can inherit good stuff. What is your opinion on inheritances?

That is really cool, I had the hardest time with physics in school. You must be a smart cookie. The hardest part about being a professor over here is dealing with accusations of student indoctrination from the right leaning people.

Do you think progressive taxation can be implemented? There are so many lobbyist I do not see that happening.
RealTheAbsurdist Dec 6, 1:08 PM
I am sorry for replying late. I didn't understand a lot of what you talked about like, "fine tuning argument," "physical constants of the universe," "anthropic principle." What do those terms mean?
traed Dec 6, 4:12 AM
Yeah thought so.
Yeah there was a bill Bernie tried to pass about giving co-ops the ability to take loans same as other businesses. I'm not sure why a law specifically for it is required since i am unaware of what prevents it.
Ardanaz Dec 6, 4:09 AM
We'll see about that ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Kosmonaut Dec 6, 1:33 AM
Don't worry, Fresh. That's what I say to all of them.

traed Dec 5, 9:47 PM
By law half of board of directors needs to be workers in Germany. In Italy you can gather up a few people and instead of getting your monthly welfare check you can get several months advance together and start a co-op
traed Dec 5, 9:03 PM
Germany does that stuff and I think more can be done. I also am against copyrights in principle but i understand the need in a capitalist system so id just want them changed for now. I think it's vital that people work together instead of compete
traed Dec 5, 7:23 PM
Well no actually gradual and not fully eliminated there would still be small private businesses maybe a couple big ones until the culture changes and they will eliminate themselves and that's not what accelerationist means. Accelerationism is basically just a meme of making capitalism worse so people get sick of it and overthrow it. Bitcoin is the new way to launder money and avoid taxes because the transactions are hidden.
traed Dec 5, 4:59 PM
Well I just like the same things but to a more extreme. I think the employees should automatically take ownership of companies and factories to shut down and at no price to them. Monopolies to be broken up if private owned. No more bailouts of private companies. Maybe a maximum wage or a total capital tax. Outlawing Bitcoin. Closing tax evasion loopholes. Seizing hoarded land that goes unused.
Bakchos Dec 5, 3:54 PM
I would say my boss was really lucky to have inherited the place, since the neighborhood was a big pile of nothing decades ago and now boomed into a shopping district.

What do you study? I studied psychology before I dropped out. My dream was to become an engineer but I am not the brightest tool in the shed.
I get that life, most of my wage goes to paying rent. I live further away from the center of the city because it is cheaper, but it still eats away my money. But given that I live alone there is some left for leisure if I want to, but I rather invest it in a savings account.