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#156 - Also, if you're getting a BS in economics, you're probably goi… 12/15/2014 on The Government Can +1
#154 - Oh the math classes are almost fun. The "intermediate mic… 12/15/2014 on The Government Can 0
#151 - As someone who has *completed* my degree in economics with and…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/14/2014 on The Government Can +1
User avatar #152 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Yeah well I've spent on my entire life on socioeconomic Not academically maybe but my interests have always been "dull". I'm concerned with society and human civilization as a whole. To boot I've lived around the world. I'm not nearly as clueless as you would think either, anyways, great well I'm having trouble finding out what the majority of economics courses actually are. What kind of mathematics is required? What's the worst of it?
User avatar #158 - Kadzait (12/15/2014) [-]
"You know about economics? Nuh-uh I know more!"
#156 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Also, if you're getting a BS in economics, you're probably going to have to take a class in econometrics. People always worry about that class, but it's *really* easy as long as you pay attention in your statistics class (and brush up on it before taking econometrics)
#154 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Oh the math classes are almost fun. The "intermediate microeconomics" class is probably going to be the hardest. It's incredibly math intensive, and the mathematical concepts are going to be relatively foreign at first. Once you understand tthat stuff though, the rest of the classes are actually going to make a lot more sense, and the math is almost going to seem like one of those games you'd find in a logic puzzle books (except with a lot more graphs)
#149 - Again, I wasn't judging *everyone*. I was judging the majority…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/14/2014 on The Government Can +1
User avatar #150 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I think you don't really understand what the "majority" actually is. As someone studying to be an economist I can't let that kind of shit fly. I'm increasing forced to look, analyze and comprehend the raw data, but this is just common sense, it's never been that cut and dry. and lmao that's not the same as porn porn.
#151 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
As someone who has *completed* my degree in economics with and a minor in finance, I feel like I know a little more than you're assuming. And also, fantastic. If it's not the same as porn, then it should be even LESS of a problem to get up and do it.
User avatar #152 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Yeah well I've spent on my entire life on socioeconomic Not academically maybe but my interests have always been "dull". I'm concerned with society and human civilization as a whole. To boot I've lived around the world. I'm not nearly as clueless as you would think either, anyways, great well I'm having trouble finding out what the majority of economics courses actually are. What kind of mathematics is required? What's the worst of it?
User avatar #158 - Kadzait (12/15/2014) [-]
"You know about economics? Nuh-uh I know more!"
#156 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Also, if you're getting a BS in economics, you're probably going to have to take a class in econometrics. People always worry about that class, but it's *really* easy as long as you pay attention in your statistics class (and brush up on it before taking econometrics)
#154 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Oh the math classes are almost fun. The "intermediate microeconomics" class is probably going to be the hardest. It's incredibly math intensive, and the mathematical concepts are going to be relatively foreign at first. Once you understand tthat stuff though, the rest of the classes are actually going to make a lot more sense, and the math is almost going to seem like one of those games you'd find in a logic puzzle books (except with a lot more graphs)
#147 - I'm not judging everyone and assuming. I'm going by what I ob…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/14/2014 on The Government Can +1
User avatar #148 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
The fallacy of judging everything solely based on your experience is exactly what I've been talking about, but jesus I don't want to talk about this anymore. Absolutely no reason? Oh you mean like STDs? Or the fact that some people have their own versions of what self respect means? and stop judging everybody based on your stupid friends. And no shit it's about being smart, no shit its about channeling your inner jew, but this isn't what this is about. lmao whatever.
#149 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
Again, I wasn't judging *everyone*. I was judging the majority of people complaining about this shit, but not willing to make a change, and then saying that they just "never had a chance".

Haha, STD's? I was solo on camera, and totally self-employed doing it. What are you gonna catch? A computer virus on your dick?
User avatar #150 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I think you don't really understand what the "majority" actually is. As someone studying to be an economist I can't let that kind of shit fly. I'm increasing forced to look, analyze and comprehend the raw data, but this is just common sense, it's never been that cut and dry. and lmao that's not the same as porn porn.
#151 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
As someone who has *completed* my degree in economics with and a minor in finance, I feel like I know a little more than you're assuming. And also, fantastic. If it's not the same as porn, then it should be even LESS of a problem to get up and do it.
User avatar #152 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Yeah well I've spent on my entire life on socioeconomic Not academically maybe but my interests have always been "dull". I'm concerned with society and human civilization as a whole. To boot I've lived around the world. I'm not nearly as clueless as you would think either, anyways, great well I'm having trouble finding out what the majority of economics courses actually are. What kind of mathematics is required? What's the worst of it?
User avatar #158 - Kadzait (12/15/2014) [-]
"You know about economics? Nuh-uh I know more!"
#156 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Also, if you're getting a BS in economics, you're probably going to have to take a class in econometrics. People always worry about that class, but it's *really* easy as long as you pay attention in your statistics class (and brush up on it before taking econometrics)
#154 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Oh the math classes are almost fun. The "intermediate microeconomics" class is probably going to be the hardest. It's incredibly math intensive, and the mathematical concepts are going to be relatively foreign at first. Once you understand tthat stuff though, the rest of the classes are actually going to make a lot more sense, and the math is almost going to seem like one of those games you'd find in a logic puzzle books (except with a lot more graphs)
#143 - I don't believe that I am. I'm not claiming that the …  [+] (10 new replies) 12/14/2014 on The Government Can +1
User avatar #144 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I've lived all over this world, and across the U.S. trust me it's not that simple. Some people are like that yes, but lots of people (quite literally) kill themselves just to get by. First of all some people have others to take care of and can't just worry about themselves, others- fuck man I won't even get into this, the reality is fucked. You're judging everyone and assuming and it's just wrong. And fyi, not everyone can do fucking porn, it would destroy some people from the inside out how the fuck do you not realize that? Some mothers and fathers starve themselves so their kids can eat, some can't even get hired for the shiest of shit jobs dealing with literal shit.

Yes a lot of people "claim" shit, but a lot of them are genuinely hard working citizens who are getting fucked over, the majority really.
#147 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
I'm not judging everyone and assuming. I'm going by what I observe around me. Most of the people I hear complain are my friends, and I see the type of lives they lead and what they could change to make it better in the future (but simply aren't willing to do).

I'm not so ignorant as to admit that there are *genuinely* people who have fallen on hard times, and are actively trying to get themselves out, and making enormous sacrifices to do so (and I sincerely feel sorry for them, and have nothing but respect for those people). But those are definitely not the *MAJORITY* of the people who complain about this "cards are stacked against me" shit.

And fyi, there is absolutely no reason why someone couldn't do what I did to make the extra cash they need. It just goes along with the whole "Its beneath me" or "I just don't want to" think. Lmao, it won't "destroy you" inside and out if you don't let it. I learned to suck it the fuck up, with the knowledge that I had a solid plan, and that I wouldn't have to do it forever if I could be smart with my money and keep my eyes on my financial goals.

If you that's not right for you, then do what xbyronx did and go door-to-door doing odd jobs. There is a fucking whole wealth of knowledge called the internet (that you can access for free at a library or public university), and you can find UNLIMITED opportunities to make money in ways that you had never thought of. Work your ass off developing a skill *on your own* (you don't need a fucking degree to develop a skill, and to make your work in-demand).
User avatar #148 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
The fallacy of judging everything solely based on your experience is exactly what I've been talking about, but jesus I don't want to talk about this anymore. Absolutely no reason? Oh you mean like STDs? Or the fact that some people have their own versions of what self respect means? and stop judging everybody based on your stupid friends. And no shit it's about being smart, no shit its about channeling your inner jew, but this isn't what this is about. lmao whatever.
#149 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
Again, I wasn't judging *everyone*. I was judging the majority of people complaining about this shit, but not willing to make a change, and then saying that they just "never had a chance".

Haha, STD's? I was solo on camera, and totally self-employed doing it. What are you gonna catch? A computer virus on your dick?
User avatar #150 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I think you don't really understand what the "majority" actually is. As someone studying to be an economist I can't let that kind of shit fly. I'm increasing forced to look, analyze and comprehend the raw data, but this is just common sense, it's never been that cut and dry. and lmao that's not the same as porn porn.
#151 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
As someone who has *completed* my degree in economics with and a minor in finance, I feel like I know a little more than you're assuming. And also, fantastic. If it's not the same as porn, then it should be even LESS of a problem to get up and do it.
User avatar #152 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Yeah well I've spent on my entire life on socioeconomic Not academically maybe but my interests have always been "dull". I'm concerned with society and human civilization as a whole. To boot I've lived around the world. I'm not nearly as clueless as you would think either, anyways, great well I'm having trouble finding out what the majority of economics courses actually are. What kind of mathematics is required? What's the worst of it?
User avatar #158 - Kadzait (12/15/2014) [-]
"You know about economics? Nuh-uh I know more!"
#156 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Also, if you're getting a BS in economics, you're probably going to have to take a class in econometrics. People always worry about that class, but it's *really* easy as long as you pay attention in your statistics class (and brush up on it before taking econometrics)
#154 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Oh the math classes are almost fun. The "intermediate microeconomics" class is probably going to be the hardest. It's incredibly math intensive, and the mathematical concepts are going to be relatively foreign at first. Once you understand tthat stuff though, the rest of the classes are actually going to make a lot more sense, and the math is almost going to seem like one of those games you'd find in a logic puzzle books (except with a lot more graphs)
#141 - My point was that I *found* something, and so did xbyronx. Wh…  [+] (12 new replies) 12/14/2014 on The Government Can +1
User avatar #142 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Finding whats best for us is all any of us can do, but again, you're missing the point here.
#143 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
I don't believe that I am.

I'm not claiming that the system is perfect. I'm just saying that many people *claim* that they can't find work, or that they can't make money; when in reality they simply *don't take* the opportunities that are available (because they'd "rather do something else" or its "beneath them") and aren't willing to make the necessary consumption changes in their life (because "I really need a tv" or they don't realize how much that "$2 coffee everyday" adds up to).
User avatar #144 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I've lived all over this world, and across the U.S. trust me it's not that simple. Some people are like that yes, but lots of people (quite literally) kill themselves just to get by. First of all some people have others to take care of and can't just worry about themselves, others- fuck man I won't even get into this, the reality is fucked. You're judging everyone and assuming and it's just wrong. And fyi, not everyone can do fucking porn, it would destroy some people from the inside out how the fuck do you not realize that? Some mothers and fathers starve themselves so their kids can eat, some can't even get hired for the shiest of shit jobs dealing with literal shit.

Yes a lot of people "claim" shit, but a lot of them are genuinely hard working citizens who are getting fucked over, the majority really.
#147 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
I'm not judging everyone and assuming. I'm going by what I observe around me. Most of the people I hear complain are my friends, and I see the type of lives they lead and what they could change to make it better in the future (but simply aren't willing to do).

I'm not so ignorant as to admit that there are *genuinely* people who have fallen on hard times, and are actively trying to get themselves out, and making enormous sacrifices to do so (and I sincerely feel sorry for them, and have nothing but respect for those people). But those are definitely not the *MAJORITY* of the people who complain about this "cards are stacked against me" shit.

And fyi, there is absolutely no reason why someone couldn't do what I did to make the extra cash they need. It just goes along with the whole "Its beneath me" or "I just don't want to" think. Lmao, it won't "destroy you" inside and out if you don't let it. I learned to suck it the fuck up, with the knowledge that I had a solid plan, and that I wouldn't have to do it forever if I could be smart with my money and keep my eyes on my financial goals.

If you that's not right for you, then do what xbyronx did and go door-to-door doing odd jobs. There is a fucking whole wealth of knowledge called the internet (that you can access for free at a library or public university), and you can find UNLIMITED opportunities to make money in ways that you had never thought of. Work your ass off developing a skill *on your own* (you don't need a fucking degree to develop a skill, and to make your work in-demand).
User avatar #148 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
The fallacy of judging everything solely based on your experience is exactly what I've been talking about, but jesus I don't want to talk about this anymore. Absolutely no reason? Oh you mean like STDs? Or the fact that some people have their own versions of what self respect means? and stop judging everybody based on your stupid friends. And no shit it's about being smart, no shit its about channeling your inner jew, but this isn't what this is about. lmao whatever.
#149 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
Again, I wasn't judging *everyone*. I was judging the majority of people complaining about this shit, but not willing to make a change, and then saying that they just "never had a chance".

Haha, STD's? I was solo on camera, and totally self-employed doing it. What are you gonna catch? A computer virus on your dick?
User avatar #150 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I think you don't really understand what the "majority" actually is. As someone studying to be an economist I can't let that kind of shit fly. I'm increasing forced to look, analyze and comprehend the raw data, but this is just common sense, it's never been that cut and dry. and lmao that's not the same as porn porn.
#151 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
As someone who has *completed* my degree in economics with and a minor in finance, I feel like I know a little more than you're assuming. And also, fantastic. If it's not the same as porn, then it should be even LESS of a problem to get up and do it.
User avatar #152 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Yeah well I've spent on my entire life on socioeconomic Not academically maybe but my interests have always been "dull". I'm concerned with society and human civilization as a whole. To boot I've lived around the world. I'm not nearly as clueless as you would think either, anyways, great well I'm having trouble finding out what the majority of economics courses actually are. What kind of mathematics is required? What's the worst of it?
User avatar #158 - Kadzait (12/15/2014) [-]
"You know about economics? Nuh-uh I know more!"
#156 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Also, if you're getting a BS in economics, you're probably going to have to take a class in econometrics. People always worry about that class, but it's *really* easy as long as you pay attention in your statistics class (and brush up on it before taking econometrics)
#154 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Oh the math classes are almost fun. The "intermediate microeconomics" class is probably going to be the hardest. It's incredibly math intensive, and the mathematical concepts are going to be relatively foreign at first. Once you understand tthat stuff though, the rest of the classes are actually going to make a lot more sense, and the math is almost going to seem like one of those games you'd find in a logic puzzle books (except with a lot more graphs)
#138 - Xbyronx is completely right. Opportunities to make money are …  [+] (14 new replies) 12/14/2014 on The Government Can +1
User avatar #139 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
In other words you literally have to whore yourself out to make it in this world.
That's actually pretty fucking apt. Jesus fucking Christ. You know that's why a lot of people turn to crime right? because they can literally find no work, but they've got family, mouths to feed etc. That's a real fucked up socioeconomic situation.

Its true that people need to work for themselves, but you can't act like the system is perfect, far from it actually, the odds are not in your favor, especially here in America. Of course that doesn't mean you shouldnt try, but that doesn't mean there aren't serious problems that need to be acknowledged because it really isn't your fault.
#141 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
My point was that I *found* something, and so did xbyronx. What I found was what worked best for me, but I'm sure I could have found something else if I tried hard enough.

Call it "whoring" myself out if you want, but I'm not ashamed of it at all, because I came up with a strategy to improve my life. What I did wasn't illegal and it wasn't re-appropriation of wealth (like most crime). It was a service, and people willingly paid for it, meaning that BOTH parties become themselves better off in the exchange.
User avatar #142 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Finding whats best for us is all any of us can do, but again, you're missing the point here.
#143 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
I don't believe that I am.

I'm not claiming that the system is perfect. I'm just saying that many people *claim* that they can't find work, or that they can't make money; when in reality they simply *don't take* the opportunities that are available (because they'd "rather do something else" or its "beneath them") and aren't willing to make the necessary consumption changes in their life (because "I really need a tv" or they don't realize how much that "$2 coffee everyday" adds up to).
User avatar #144 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I've lived all over this world, and across the U.S. trust me it's not that simple. Some people are like that yes, but lots of people (quite literally) kill themselves just to get by. First of all some people have others to take care of and can't just worry about themselves, others- fuck man I won't even get into this, the reality is fucked. You're judging everyone and assuming and it's just wrong. And fyi, not everyone can do fucking porn, it would destroy some people from the inside out how the fuck do you not realize that? Some mothers and fathers starve themselves so their kids can eat, some can't even get hired for the shiest of shit jobs dealing with literal shit.

Yes a lot of people "claim" shit, but a lot of them are genuinely hard working citizens who are getting fucked over, the majority really.
#147 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
I'm not judging everyone and assuming. I'm going by what I observe around me. Most of the people I hear complain are my friends, and I see the type of lives they lead and what they could change to make it better in the future (but simply aren't willing to do).

I'm not so ignorant as to admit that there are *genuinely* people who have fallen on hard times, and are actively trying to get themselves out, and making enormous sacrifices to do so (and I sincerely feel sorry for them, and have nothing but respect for those people). But those are definitely not the *MAJORITY* of the people who complain about this "cards are stacked against me" shit.

And fyi, there is absolutely no reason why someone couldn't do what I did to make the extra cash they need. It just goes along with the whole "Its beneath me" or "I just don't want to" think. Lmao, it won't "destroy you" inside and out if you don't let it. I learned to suck it the fuck up, with the knowledge that I had a solid plan, and that I wouldn't have to do it forever if I could be smart with my money and keep my eyes on my financial goals.

If you that's not right for you, then do what xbyronx did and go door-to-door doing odd jobs. There is a fucking whole wealth of knowledge called the internet (that you can access for free at a library or public university), and you can find UNLIMITED opportunities to make money in ways that you had never thought of. Work your ass off developing a skill *on your own* (you don't need a fucking degree to develop a skill, and to make your work in-demand).
User avatar #148 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
The fallacy of judging everything solely based on your experience is exactly what I've been talking about, but jesus I don't want to talk about this anymore. Absolutely no reason? Oh you mean like STDs? Or the fact that some people have their own versions of what self respect means? and stop judging everybody based on your stupid friends. And no shit it's about being smart, no shit its about channeling your inner jew, but this isn't what this is about. lmao whatever.
#149 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
Again, I wasn't judging *everyone*. I was judging the majority of people complaining about this shit, but not willing to make a change, and then saying that they just "never had a chance".

Haha, STD's? I was solo on camera, and totally self-employed doing it. What are you gonna catch? A computer virus on your dick?
User avatar #150 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
I think you don't really understand what the "majority" actually is. As someone studying to be an economist I can't let that kind of shit fly. I'm increasing forced to look, analyze and comprehend the raw data, but this is just common sense, it's never been that cut and dry. and lmao that's not the same as porn porn.
#151 - deathbyseth (12/14/2014) [-]
As someone who has *completed* my degree in economics with and a minor in finance, I feel like I know a little more than you're assuming. And also, fantastic. If it's not the same as porn, then it should be even LESS of a problem to get up and do it.
User avatar #152 - infinitereaper (12/14/2014) [-]
Yeah well I've spent on my entire life on socioeconomic Not academically maybe but my interests have always been "dull". I'm concerned with society and human civilization as a whole. To boot I've lived around the world. I'm not nearly as clueless as you would think either, anyways, great well I'm having trouble finding out what the majority of economics courses actually are. What kind of mathematics is required? What's the worst of it?
User avatar #158 - Kadzait (12/15/2014) [-]
"You know about economics? Nuh-uh I know more!"
#156 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Also, if you're getting a BS in economics, you're probably going to have to take a class in econometrics. People always worry about that class, but it's *really* easy as long as you pay attention in your statistics class (and brush up on it before taking econometrics)
#154 - deathbyseth (12/15/2014) [-]
Oh the math classes are almost fun. The "intermediate microeconomics" class is probably going to be the hardest. It's incredibly math intensive, and the mathematical concepts are going to be relatively foreign at first. Once you understand tthat stuff though, the rest of the classes are actually going to make a lot more sense, and the math is almost going to seem like one of those games you'd find in a logic puzzle books (except with a lot more graphs)
#24 - What? No, sorry. I was saying that these sjw have *claimed* …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/11/2014 on The true flaw in... +6
User avatar #25 - TwiztidNinja (12/11/2014) [-]
You should stick your dick in their bums.
#22 - As a gay dude, let me just take a second to apologize for wha…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/11/2014 on The true flaw in... +40
#43 - anonymous (12/11/2014) [-]
So, what I take from this, if I pour oil on my wide chest and biceps, I'll have a willing slave?
User avatar #29 - OsamaBinLadenz (12/11/2014) [-]
You, sir, are based as fuck, and you are most certainly a "real nigga".
User avatar #28 - thunderkrux (12/11/2014) [-]
Well they claim to speak for the gaming demographic, but we all know that's a bunch of bullshit too. I never once believed that the people who speak in place of a group of people have ever been acting in their interests at all.
User avatar #23 - TwiztidNinja (12/11/2014) [-]
When the fuck have gay people been mentioned?
Is it when people have been calling sjw's faggots?
because people mean "shitforbrains" or something along those lines when they call the sjws faggots.
#24 - deathbyseth (12/11/2014) [-]
What? No, sorry. I was saying that these sjw have *claimed* to speak for gay people before (just like they do for women and black people and every other minority), and they shouldn't be doing that.

My whole point was that its ridiculous for these people to constantly say that "straight white men" are the root of all evil. I read back over it, and could see that I might not have been very clear on that, sorry.
User avatar #25 - TwiztidNinja (12/11/2014) [-]
You should stick your dick in their bums.
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