Why luck? Unsurprisingly your

Why luck? Unsurprisingly your being bored has no influence on your intellectual capacities. It has no influence on your  truthfulness either: I’ve first made money myself and then inherited more—as you know from an old thread. That’s why I can afford my interesting, but awfully paid job with young criminals who are emotionally unable to feel guilt, contrition, or empathy. Occasionally I just need to talk to a pathological case who is even more evil than these youngsters. That’s what you call “arguing with Americans on openDemocracy”.

I assume one must be grateful that you want to pepper spray your opponents. So far you are not advocating killing them, at least not openly. And all that because you are too ignorant to understand economics.



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