Posted 6 years ago on Dec. 10, 2011, 6:42 p.m. EST by theaveng
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Heard this on the radio.... I thought it was hilarious. I don't agree with everything he says, but I'd say it's 3/4 accurate to what I've witnessed when people graduate college and get out into the real world.
VIDEO - http://tinyurl.com/d8lwa9j
BTW the real world requires sacrifice. I don't have cable TV. I don't have a fancy smartphone, but instead an old thing that only costs me $5 a month. I do have high-speed internet but it's only the slow $15 a month service. My computer is almost ten years old, my laptop is an old Pentium 3 model, and there's no such thing as a flat screen TV in my house.
POINT: Yes I'm angry that the idiots in Congress swiped 700 billion for the TARP bailout and gave it to the bankers, but other than that one annoying event, I don't think our society is that bad. Capitalists can be destroyed with the simple act of saying "no" when they try to sell their products (and then they'll go bankrut like happened with Circuit Shitty). I don't want to tear-down capitalism like the Dude who posted "The end of capitalism".