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#100 - yes. 08/15/2016 on Car Buying Tips 0
#94 - yes. But it has a reason they take men more seriously. It's ju…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/15/2016 on Car Buying Tips -7
#183 - msamnesia (08/16/2016) [-]
Im aware. People like your gf are the reason the rest of us women are considered retarded air heads who only care about shoes or our hair and we all have yo prove ourselves 3x more just to show were not like that
#187 - karroll (08/16/2016) [-]
You tell him
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#99 - animationhac (08/15/2016) [-]
Sounds like your gf is just stupid bro...
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#100 - freaxxshow (08/15/2016) [-]
yes.
#90 - no offense, really. but if I was a salesman I would do jus…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/15/2016 on Car Buying Tips -9
#91 - msamnesia (08/15/2016) [-]
Well i was raised by my dad, and i have only brothers. Shop and car talk was a common bonding thing we all did growing up. I know the stigma, and i just do what i can to circumvent it. Its easier to just play the role of dumb girl and get the car/bike i want, rather than risk going myself and represening myself and them trying to pull one over on me or waste my time. They take men more seriously, thats just how it is
#94 - freaxxshow (08/15/2016) [-]
yes. But it has a reason they take men more seriously. It's just that they don't want to waste their time either.

Jesus, you could sell my girlfriend ANYTHING. I swear to god, she is the prime example of why they do this. She does. ABSOLUTELY. NOT. CARE. ABOUT ANYTHING CAR RELATED. I even have to check her oil for her, because the engine of her first car broke because she didn't even bother to check AFTER THE FUCKING LAMP WAS GLOWING FOR ABOUT A FUCKING WEEK. Jesus christ. Sorry.
#183 - msamnesia (08/16/2016) [-]
Im aware. People like your gf are the reason the rest of us women are considered retarded air heads who only care about shoes or our hair and we all have yo prove ourselves 3x more just to show were not like that
#187 - karroll (08/16/2016) [-]
You tell him
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#99 - animationhac (08/15/2016) [-]
Sounds like your gf is just stupid bro...
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#100 - freaxxshow (08/15/2016) [-]
yes.
#42 - You know, I actually hate babys. Not because they piss me off …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/12/2016 on Babies +11
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#44 - sirnigga (08/12/2016) [-]
you dont hate babies you hate the possibility of fucking up that badly
#80 - I'm a industrial mechanic. I repair machines. It's cool. 08/12/2016 on So I recently got a job again 0
#241 - The tech might be cool, the fact that I could lose my job to a…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2016 on You Sad Fucks Thought He Cared +1
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#242 - theruinedsage (08/11/2016) [-]
The biggest problem is the transition
The time in between when we start producing the machines that replace hordes of people, and the time where we don't need to work to survive.
But, during that transition, what is needed more than anything is skilled people who can make the damn machines, and maintain them.

If you ever feel like a machine is going to replace you, I'd find a job where you're either making them, or fixing them when they break.

Until then, the only effect you're going to feel from it is prices lowering across the board. People being replaced by tech has been going on for hundreds of years, and so far it's gone from working all damn day every day, to free weekends and 6-8 hours of work a day for the standard worker. It might be bad in the short run, but I'm damn optimistic.
#13 - You guys always remind me how much I love my job.  [+] (2 new replies) 08/11/2016 on So I recently got a job again 0
#29 - supercookieduster (08/11/2016) [-]
what do you do?
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#80 - freaxxshow (08/12/2016) [-]
I'm a industrial mechanic. I repair machines. It's cool.
#239 - Well the change we are seeing atm isn't something I would call…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/11/2016 on You Sad Fucks Thought He Cared +1
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#240 - theruinedsage (08/11/2016) [-]
They're just symptoms man
As stupid as the average person is, you're not going to convince half the population that men are the source of all evil. These movements tend to collapse on themselves, and for good reason. Minorities don't suppress the majority unless they have the military power to back it up, and that's not the case anywhere in the west.

Unless it goes full civil war, and that would be a short affair.

About the whole industry 4.0, I can see it going either way. A country that clings to capitalism in a world where manpower isn't a resource in demand is going to go south fast.
"Extensive" socialism on the other hand excels in a society where manpower isn't needed. If we dedicate as much manpower to social services, such as education, healthcare, security, arts and the like, then I can see it going very very well.

But as a huge technophile, I just love the tech and science of it all.
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#241 - freaxxshow (08/11/2016) [-]
The tech might be cool, the fact that I could lose my job to a machine isn't tho.

I'm not a smart person. I can work machines and I understand how they work. I like getting my hands dirty and I'm good at that. Fuck, I even like the smell of oil and hot metal.

I don't think I want to live in a world where every person has to work in some shitty office job or with customers. I literally would not be able to survive.
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#242 - theruinedsage (08/11/2016) [-]
The biggest problem is the transition
The time in between when we start producing the machines that replace hordes of people, and the time where we don't need to work to survive.
But, during that transition, what is needed more than anything is skilled people who can make the damn machines, and maintain them.

If you ever feel like a machine is going to replace you, I'd find a job where you're either making them, or fixing them when they break.

Until then, the only effect you're going to feel from it is prices lowering across the board. People being replaced by tech has been going on for hundreds of years, and so far it's gone from working all damn day every day, to free weekends and 6-8 hours of work a day for the standard worker. It might be bad in the short run, but I'm damn optimistic.
#236 - As much as I hate beeing the cynical type, I don't really beli…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/11/2016 on You Sad Fucks Thought He Cared +1
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#238 - theruinedsage (08/11/2016) [-]
The winds of change are blowing my friend
Sanders, Trump, BLM, all of it is a symptom of decline and dissent
And with decline comes change. In one form or another.
Whether it's good or bad we have yet to see.
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#239 - freaxxshow (08/11/2016) [-]
Well the change we are seeing atm isn't something I would call good to be honest.
People want to be victims and opinion isn't something you are allowed to have anymore.

Mental illnesses are getting some kind of status symbol, things like feminism are beeing used by people to define themselves and grab attention... I don't know man, the world is scary and I fear for the future, I really do.

And don't even get me started on this whole "Industry 4.0" shit.
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#240 - theruinedsage (08/11/2016) [-]
They're just symptoms man
As stupid as the average person is, you're not going to convince half the population that men are the source of all evil. These movements tend to collapse on themselves, and for good reason. Minorities don't suppress the majority unless they have the military power to back it up, and that's not the case anywhere in the west.

Unless it goes full civil war, and that would be a short affair.

About the whole industry 4.0, I can see it going either way. A country that clings to capitalism in a world where manpower isn't a resource in demand is going to go south fast.
"Extensive" socialism on the other hand excels in a society where manpower isn't needed. If we dedicate as much manpower to social services, such as education, healthcare, security, arts and the like, then I can see it going very very well.

But as a huge technophile, I just love the tech and science of it all.
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#241 - freaxxshow (08/11/2016) [-]
The tech might be cool, the fact that I could lose my job to a machine isn't tho.

I'm not a smart person. I can work machines and I understand how they work. I like getting my hands dirty and I'm good at that. Fuck, I even like the smell of oil and hot metal.

I don't think I want to live in a world where every person has to work in some shitty office job or with customers. I literally would not be able to survive.
User avatar
#242 - theruinedsage (08/11/2016) [-]
The biggest problem is the transition
The time in between when we start producing the machines that replace hordes of people, and the time where we don't need to work to survive.
But, during that transition, what is needed more than anything is skilled people who can make the damn machines, and maintain them.

If you ever feel like a machine is going to replace you, I'd find a job where you're either making them, or fixing them when they break.

Until then, the only effect you're going to feel from it is prices lowering across the board. People being replaced by tech has been going on for hundreds of years, and so far it's gone from working all damn day every day, to free weekends and 6-8 hours of work a day for the standard worker. It might be bad in the short run, but I'm damn optimistic.
#234 - Why? It's not like he has never done anything and ju… 08/11/2016 on You Sad Fucks Thought He Cared 0