that's kind of funny, the guys go in and out of the store multiple times with carts full of legos and no one notices it?
why are we so stupid to pay, when all you have to do is enter, grab what you want and leave?
Fauch said:why are we so stupid to pay, when all you have to do is enter, grab what you want and leave?
It's different, and I didn't talk about poor people. A shop is a place meant to distribute goods. My home isn't, you can't come and take what you want, even if you pay what it is worth.
Anarchy is only the absence of a power above everything else, it doesn't exclude any type of organization or rules.
you must mean taking something that is the property of someone else.
I didn't say stealing was right btw
well, we're not on the same page, which I guess is normal since we're talking about a capitalist business, and I was thinking of other ways to define the property of means of production.
good idea, if it is well prepared. children aren't stupid, they know stealing is wrong, but there are obvious benefits. it is understandable that kids from disadvantaged areas may find it tempting, not understanding why they have so little when some other kids can have absolutely all they want.
I dunno if people don't want to work, but they probably want to know that what they do is useful. if you work your ass off only to get everything taken away from you, you'll end up thinking, why even bother? and it seems it's happening to a lot of workers, we are asked to do always more efforts and are greeted by seeing our advantages disappear one after the others, because it will presumably save the economy (most likely after we will all be dead)
I have no idea why this guy would steal, though I would guess he paid his house with other people's works (or his profits in other words)
the value of money is a difficult subject, I would say it has no intrisic value. some people even consider money was created as a subtle way to plunder people. after all, how do you get people to work for you?
Lol it is all about hockey and my hometown Lightning @TheLoneTensor
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