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#8 - thetellerofstories (07/07/2013) [-]
viva la revolution...
#7 - John Cena (07/07/2013) [-]
Can I just say, that the video came out 2 years ago?
#4 - mordormemes (07/07/2013) [-]
I agree guys. I was just trying to show what it was that was happening not saying we should rise up we should just go to trading instead.
#1 - amuzen (07/07/2013) [-]
My main hope is that we don't try to handle this anything like the movie suggests we handle it like because I'm pretty sure if there's a huge uprising of the lower class trying to rip down the upper class of the world it will only really end up being a couple of random acts of terrorism that won't really make a huge difference to the upper class but will result in a bunch of middle and lower class dieing.

Which is to say by rallying up some riots and your friends and trying to 'bring justice' to the bankers.
#2 to #1 - thetrojansbroke (07/07/2013) [-]
or try finding a good president who will fight the bank instead of bailing them out
#3 to #2 - amuzen (07/07/2013) [-]
I don't know about that, the way it's set up anything to drastic will set off alarm bells and set the world to **** with the last to suffer from it being those who sit on the top.

I had this idea that we just sort... corrupt the corruption with... un corruption? teach our children not to be self serving and to try and make the world a better place ETC etc, encourage them to shoot for political roles and stand by their morals when they do, and if you're young enough do that yourself, join the whole big evil corporation work your way up to a position of power and just try not to be a douche about things along the way sort of thing.
#5 to #3 - thetrojansbroke (07/07/2013) [-]
well i could agree with you on that but you forgot one thing and that was to make sure they learn there morals let them experience alcohol at a young age so it would make them think its not a big deal and give them some ambition just like america used to be.

or we just get a smart guy to start picking off those rich guys off one by one with a sniper
#6 to #5 - amuzen (07/07/2013) [-]
hmmm the way my mom raised me is she never really set down any rules, she only gave me suggestions however I always had to take responsibility for anything I did and that worked out pretty well, first time I drank was a at a party when I was 12 and I got a pretty bad hang over, she then made me own up by deciding to do a surprise camping trip the next morning so I kind of learned that if your going to drink, drink in moderation and also drink some water ETC.
Now that I'm older I take anything anyone tells me to do as a suggestion because I know that regardless of if someone else tells me to do or not to do something I have to take full responsibility for my actions.
anyways that's my opinion on the whole alchohol & children sort of thing kind of came out of nowhere but whatever.
for most morals I've always just sort of gone with my gut and that's worked out so far but I guess not everyone's gut works that way? treat people as you would like to be treated is a sort of reoccurring thing.
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