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chovy a year ago

looks good

Here Sorry to Bother You

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loratadine a year ago

Which movie is that from?

Here Sorry to Bother You

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chovy a year ago

Which movie is that from?

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loratadine a year ago

Oh man, if you're into exploring surreal and hellish depths Capitalism will go to get cheap, exploitable labor, watch Sorry To Bother You. It's directed by Boots Riley and, like all great satire, is 100% accurate and true. Truer than the news.

Thank you for that movie reference. It is new to me but I want to watch it.

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AnarchoPigeon a year ago

Oh man, if you're into exploring surreal and hellish depths Capitalism will go to get cheap, exploitable labor, watch Sorry To Bother You. It's directed by Boots Riley and, like all great satire, is 100% accurate and true. Truer than the news.

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loratadine a year ago

In Cthulhu's dream, we die and the economy adapts to incorporate rats as the agents of labor and consumption.

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chovy a year ago

fuck yeah

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AnarchoPigeon a year ago

Yeah, was it Joseph who told the Pharaoh to stockpile 7 years worth of grain for the upcoming famine?

Capitalism is a fuck. Our entire economy runs on thin margins and credit, so of course as soon as something goes wrong the whole thing collapses.

If we take a Darwinian look at the economy, the economy is going to die because it overspecialized into something stupid. Let it die and let us adapt a better economic structure.

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Samueliyobosa a year ago

Lol

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loratadine a year ago

If I remember the council from the Bible, the wealthy states should have been saving and stockpiling during their years of abundance. But I guess the "developed" world forgot that there are always lean times and thought their few decades long feast times was eternal.

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AnarchoPigeon a year ago

@The__Chaos, absolutely. Currently working on trying to partner with local farmers to see if my family and I can secure food in the coming months if the grocery store supply chain collapses. I can hunt, too, but so many people have been planning on hunting as their emergency food supply around here that the whole state's deer population would probably be killed off in a month if we all have to hunt, so it's not a good long term solution.

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The__Chaos a year ago

With all the supply chain disruptions it is going to be catastrophic.

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chovy a year ago

Agreed.

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AnarchoPigeon a year ago

It's going to be hellish. Already worldwide we're at over 170K deaths, and that's just counting people who died of the virus. Factoring in the people who die of heart attacks because they're afraid to go to the doctor and catch it, the people who will starve during the upcoming famine, the people who will die of poverty…the future looks horrific.

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Oluwalummy a year ago

Theres no lie about that

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Samueliyobosa a year ago

To a great extent, some people are now going to bed hungry more than before