Thursday, April 24, 2014

What I Did On Spring Break...

Last time it was "the right to bear arms," this time- corporate takeover of one's home... If it's something I'm passionate about (and a fairly sane site) the Comments section is a venue to sharpen and hone one's viewpoints, facts and debating skills- and in the process, maybe even learn something (and help ward off the oncoming dementia).


6 comments:

Thomas Rice-Smyth said...

Sorry Stan but what else is new, take take take. Seems to be the only sentiment from the corp culture. All I can say is, eventually they will start crying foul and asking for assistance when there is no one able to afford their goods and services... Even then they will just take take take with no payback to those of us that have to bail them out of their own shit pile.

Stan B. said...

Sadly, let's give credit where credit's due... Time and time again they pervert the conversation and then hijack the agenda to their own ends backed full force by the monied interests.

Then when their shit inevitably falls apart under its own vacuous weight, and they start their shrill wining blaming everyone but themselves, then it's the people making pennies on the dollar, the ones they so much love to persecute and demean, that have to bail them out yet again.

Eric Rose said...

When shit becomes valuable, the poor will be born without assholes.

Stan B. said...

And be condemned for not having any.

Thomas Rice-Smyth said...

Here is another one... Here in the UK we have what's called Zero hour contracts! And they are very big with many of the large corporates such as Macky Dee... What this means is you are contracted to the company but the company promises you NOTHING! in return, no hours of work, no benefits etc... How's that for legalised slavery.

Stan B. said...

Over here the policy of late is to hire as many P/T helpers as possible for lower wages and no benefits. And... many fast food workers at many of the major chains report of wage theft (ie- no O/T pay together w/unpaid and unrecorded work hours).

Just read someone elected in the state of Utah is trying to overturn the state's child labor laws...