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Endofzeeworld

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yeah, sorry, just did a search for the term farscape and posted before looking at the timestamp XD
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#259 - Which, after a while, would result in the only companies afloa…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/01/2015 on I agree 0
User avatar #260 - thelastamerican (01/01/2015) [-]
Of course it's not going to happen on any kind of a large scale in the near future. You're looking at a sudden collapse of every major business in whatever country tries this over night. Can you immagine not having UPS, DHL, and FEDEX? These are the biggest shipping names out there, and they would destroy themselves in a matter of hours. Too many employees, and too many stupid employees. All the sudden the world comes to a grinding screeching halt. If the world survived the sudden loss of it's economy, then your system might work. But I see it resulting in most of the world starving to death before it can really get implemented.

Those companies would have to have a fairly educated and small work force. For every decision to be taken up with every employee the company can't react to sudden changes in the market, witch is very bad.
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#114 - A proper communist or socialist economy has, to my mind, never…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/31/2014 on I agree 0
User avatar #258 - thelastamerican (01/01/2015) [-]
Sorry, but I disagree. I work with a bunch of half wits at UPS. If they were allowed to vote on company policy the company would be destroyed in a matter of months. It's not that they're all too stupid to do the right thing, (It almost is, but not quite) it's just that they're too nice. They're not good, or bad, they're just nice. They would do some nice things without really considering the consequences, and a couple votes later they've managed to run the company out of money.
User avatar #259 - Endofzeeworld (01/01/2015) [-]
Which, after a while, would result in the only companies afloat having competent workers. Over time, every worker would hopefully develop the proper knowledge to run the company.

This is all theory of course, and it will never be implemented. But there are a few companies out there that do it and are somewhat successful.
User avatar #260 - thelastamerican (01/01/2015) [-]
Of course it's not going to happen on any kind of a large scale in the near future. You're looking at a sudden collapse of every major business in whatever country tries this over night. Can you immagine not having UPS, DHL, and FEDEX? These are the biggest shipping names out there, and they would destroy themselves in a matter of hours. Too many employees, and too many stupid employees. All the sudden the world comes to a grinding screeching halt. If the world survived the sudden loss of it's economy, then your system might work. But I see it resulting in most of the world starving to death before it can really get implemented.

Those companies would have to have a fairly educated and small work force. For every decision to be taken up with every employee the company can't react to sudden changes in the market, witch is very bad.
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#35 - I disagree. I feel without regulation, ISP monopoly would happ…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/31/2014 on I agree 0
User avatar #36 - Sethorein (12/31/2014) [-]
I'm a fiscal conservative.

I'm the kind of guy who hates minimum wage, food stamps, welfare... I see the benefit of public schooling and public healthcare. However, I disapprove of prohibition against private healthcare in countries that provide public healthcare. I disapprove of the unions depriving men and women of jobs for the sake of maintaining cushy salaries.
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#29 - And it works great for a while. The only problem is that wealt…  [+] (11 new replies) 12/31/2014 on I agree 0
User avatar #91 - thelastamerican (12/31/2014) [-]
I wan to point out that this is the case in every single economic system.
User avatar #114 - Endofzeeworld (12/31/2014) [-]
A proper communist or socialist economy has, to my mind, never been tried, they've all just been shitty dictatorships. Also, there is a post-capitalist system that is a mix of socialism and capitalism in that all the workers of a firm get a vote on all actions within a firm, and that sounds kinda cool to me.
User avatar #258 - thelastamerican (01/01/2015) [-]
Sorry, but I disagree. I work with a bunch of half wits at UPS. If they were allowed to vote on company policy the company would be destroyed in a matter of months. It's not that they're all too stupid to do the right thing, (It almost is, but not quite) it's just that they're too nice. They're not good, or bad, they're just nice. They would do some nice things without really considering the consequences, and a couple votes later they've managed to run the company out of money.
User avatar #259 - Endofzeeworld (01/01/2015) [-]
Which, after a while, would result in the only companies afloat having competent workers. Over time, every worker would hopefully develop the proper knowledge to run the company.

This is all theory of course, and it will never be implemented. But there are a few companies out there that do it and are somewhat successful.
User avatar #260 - thelastamerican (01/01/2015) [-]
Of course it's not going to happen on any kind of a large scale in the near future. You're looking at a sudden collapse of every major business in whatever country tries this over night. Can you immagine not having UPS, DHL, and FEDEX? These are the biggest shipping names out there, and they would destroy themselves in a matter of hours. Too many employees, and too many stupid employees. All the sudden the world comes to a grinding screeching halt. If the world survived the sudden loss of it's economy, then your system might work. But I see it resulting in most of the world starving to death before it can really get implemented.

Those companies would have to have a fairly educated and small work force. For every decision to be taken up with every employee the company can't react to sudden changes in the market, witch is very bad.
User avatar #39 - Yardie (12/31/2014) [-]
If a company gets wealthy enough to form a monopoly in a free market, it's because it's doing the job better than everybody else.

The very moment that company makes a poor decision though, they're going to go bankrupt. Managing that much money and having that much reach is incredibly difficult, even with technology. The local businesses will always rise up eventually, because they know their clients better than any Big Business can.

What happens now is companies get powerful, pay off politicians, and sit pretty while small businesses and regular people struggle to push against the regulation and taxation that weighs them down.

That can't happen in a free market because there are no politicians to lobby. There are no laws you can enforce. Everything is run by Common Law, and there is no need for millions of pages of regulation that nobody in the world can keep track of.

Murder? Wrong. Rape? Wrong. Lying? Wrong. Coercion? Wrong. Basic things that are universally wrong will be enforced because well... They're universally understood as wrong in society, and people who can't cooperate will be outcasted. If there is a problem, people will rise to the task, and somebody will eventually come up with a solution. And if that solution doesn't pan out, then somebody else will come up with something better. Somebody trying to use their solution for their own selfish benefit while destroying society? That's not going to pan out because people will not support that solution. That's how the free market operates.
User avatar #38 - combatplatypus (12/31/2014) [-]
Exactly. In my opinion, a capitalist society needs some kind of major economic reformation (in theory this would happen naturally, but sometimes other factors might necessitate doing it artificially) every so often, roughly once every 75-100 years or so to keep the market operating at its full potential.
User avatar #34 - Sethorein (12/31/2014) [-]
pay the men that regulate*
User avatar #33 - Sethorein (12/31/2014) [-]
The problem is the regulation.

The moment you regulate the men with money can pay the men the regulate to keep the money in their hands.

Even the steel magnates fell simply because as generations progress, the pedigree cannot replicate what the forefather produced.

The bogeyman of monopolies will never form nowadays. We have too much access to information. Too much capacity to switch providers for resources. The moment one company seems to be too powerful, begins to start abusing customers, we can just jump to the local brand, or the foreign brand. People are far better at regulating our own market than any elected power.
User avatar #35 - Endofzeeworld (12/31/2014) [-]
I disagree. I feel without regulation, ISP monopoly would happen overnight. But that again I am a wing-nut leftist, so just disregard it. Liberals predict the sky is falling every other day no matter what.
User avatar #36 - Sethorein (12/31/2014) [-]
I'm a fiscal conservative.

I'm the kind of guy who hates minimum wage, food stamps, welfare... I see the benefit of public schooling and public healthcare. However, I disapprove of prohibition against private healthcare in countries that provide public healthcare. I disapprove of the unions depriving men and women of jobs for the sake of maintaining cushy salaries.
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User avatar #20 to #19 - Endofzeeworld (03/21/2015) [-]
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User avatar #16 to #15 - Endofzeeworld (06/21/2014) [-]
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User avatar #13 - tronbot (11/14/2013) [-]
Thanks for the constructive criticism!
User avatar #14 to #13 - Endofzeeworld (11/15/2013) [-]
No problem, my friend! I believe what you are doing is a necessary and integral part of any website. It helps keep equilibrium.
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User avatar #7 to #6 - Endofzeeworld (07/01/2012) [-]
oh em gee its zomba :3
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User avatar #9 to #8 - Endofzeeworld (07/01/2012) [-]
Yeah kinda. Y U NO POST ANYMORE?!?!?
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User avatar #11 to #10 - Endofzeeworld (07/01/2012) [-]
Thats a damn good point, son. A damn good point. I been here since yellow, and it seems to me that this site just gets younger and younger. Or maybe its us getting older?
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User avatar #3 - dragel (02/08/2012) [-]
I apologize if my replys to you seem like I'm being a bastard.

User avatar #4 to #3 - Endofzeeworld (02/08/2012) [-]
No no no no, you are actually one of the less dickish people who I have ever argued with on the website. You seem cool, even if our opinions differ on some subjects.
User avatar #5 to #4 - dragel (02/08/2012) [-]
I'm glad you think that.

I don't wish for my first impression to be a bad one.
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User avatar #2 to #1 - Endofzeeworld (10/23/2010) [-]
Thanks, Ill make sure to use it!
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