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#453 - **luiselvergas used "*roll picture*"** **luiselvergas rolle… 07/20/2016 on Your GF's panties +1
#14 - glorious nipponese technology 07/19/2016 on Nintendo Break Tokyo Stock... +3
#40 - "competition is exhausting and why the **** would you bot…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
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#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#37 - competition=/=game you are always competing in business the ma…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
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#38 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
You may feel free not to consider competition as a finite thing but what you need to know is that it doesn't matter.
I PROMISE you someone does think about it that way and all it takes is for that person to be able to ensure that they don't have to compete because competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to? You might not think it's a game but somebody does.

You're right it's not a government model, but it requires government to be constructed to keep it in line and it eventually corrupts that government.
User avatar
#40 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
"competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to?"

to make more money.

" but it requires government to be constructed"

no, example: hey anon thats a kick ass sandwich you make if you make me one i will give you 5 dollars

" it eventually corrupts that government"

that's why business and goverment should interact as little as possible, you are proving my point.
User avatar
#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#34 - no..... look at nokia for example. they were the kings of the …  [+] (5 new replies) 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
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#36 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Which says to me that they thought they won and got sloppy and lost.
Doesn't change the fact that competition leads to victory, and eventually someone will seek to put themselves in a position where they can't be stopped even if it breaks the rules.
Frankly every known system of government crumbles when you take human nature into account... i don't buy the whole "well capitalism embraces it" bullshit either, because the only way capitalism works is when you have people smart enough to succeed and not smart enough to try and ensure further success when they think they're on top.
User avatar
#37 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
competition=/=game you are always competing in business the market is always changing you fool.
also capitalism=/= government model

do some reading and take some classes
User avatar
#38 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
You may feel free not to consider competition as a finite thing but what you need to know is that it doesn't matter.
I PROMISE you someone does think about it that way and all it takes is for that person to be able to ensure that they don't have to compete because competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to? You might not think it's a game but somebody does.

You're right it's not a government model, but it requires government to be constructed to keep it in line and it eventually corrupts that government.
User avatar
#40 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
"competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to?"

to make more money.

" but it requires government to be constructed"

no, example: hey anon thats a kick ass sandwich you make if you make me one i will give you 5 dollars

" it eventually corrupts that government"

that's why business and goverment should interact as little as possible, you are proving my point.
User avatar
#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#32 - meh, in order to have true communism you need to have no socia… 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
#29 - that's crony-capitalism or corporatism not true capitalism.  [+] (9 new replies) 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
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#33 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
It's the eventual evolution of capitalism, what you'd call true capitalism is unsustainable because the nature of competition is that somebody eventually is going to win.
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#34 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
no..... look at nokia for example. they were the kings of the cell phone industry, you could say they won. But they failed to innovate and keep up with the market and newer technologies and different market models, unlike other companies like apple, sonny, HTC etc.
not to mention the less regulation there is m talking about smaller bussiness, i understand that regulation might be necesary to ensure workers rights the easier it would be for idivididuals to start their own business which would lead to even more wealth and more jobs.
User avatar
#36 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Which says to me that they thought they won and got sloppy and lost.
Doesn't change the fact that competition leads to victory, and eventually someone will seek to put themselves in a position where they can't be stopped even if it breaks the rules.
Frankly every known system of government crumbles when you take human nature into account... i don't buy the whole "well capitalism embraces it" bullshit either, because the only way capitalism works is when you have people smart enough to succeed and not smart enough to try and ensure further success when they think they're on top.
User avatar
#37 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
competition=/=game you are always competing in business the market is always changing you fool.
also capitalism=/= government model

do some reading and take some classes
User avatar
#38 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
You may feel free not to consider competition as a finite thing but what you need to know is that it doesn't matter.
I PROMISE you someone does think about it that way and all it takes is for that person to be able to ensure that they don't have to compete because competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to? You might not think it's a game but somebody does.

You're right it's not a government model, but it requires government to be constructed to keep it in line and it eventually corrupts that government.
User avatar
#40 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
"competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to?"

to make more money.

" but it requires government to be constructed"

no, example: hey anon thats a kick ass sandwich you make if you make me one i will give you 5 dollars

" it eventually corrupts that government"

that's why business and goverment should interact as little as possible, you are proving my point.
User avatar
#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#31 - anon (07/19/2016) [-]
"That's not true capitalism!"

Sound familiar?

"That's not true communism!"
User avatar
#32 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
meh, in order to have true communism you need to have no social classes or government. its not like that in capitalism.
#24 - here is my biggest argument against socialism. capitalism …  [+] (11 new replies) 07/19/2016 on sickle +1
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#28 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
socialism is sortof middle of the road.... It always provides for its people even when times are bad, and a recession is dealt with better across more people contributing (ofcourse it depends on specifics but in general that's the case)
Capitalism is great when it works and people are employed and competition is happening and *GOVERNMENT IS SEPARATE FROM PERSONAL INTERESTS* but unfortunately when the system gets fucked and private citizens start to by and large take over government precedings, when you have just shy of monopolies and insurance companies allowing for the artificial inflation of prices on a service which should be a government responsibility..... Then it doesn't work out so well.
User avatar
#29 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
that's crony-capitalism or corporatism not true capitalism.
User avatar
#33 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
It's the eventual evolution of capitalism, what you'd call true capitalism is unsustainable because the nature of competition is that somebody eventually is going to win.
User avatar
#34 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
no..... look at nokia for example. they were the kings of the cell phone industry, you could say they won. But they failed to innovate and keep up with the market and newer technologies and different market models, unlike other companies like apple, sonny, HTC etc.
not to mention the less regulation there is m talking about smaller bussiness, i understand that regulation might be necesary to ensure workers rights the easier it would be for idivididuals to start their own business which would lead to even more wealth and more jobs.
User avatar
#36 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Which says to me that they thought they won and got sloppy and lost.
Doesn't change the fact that competition leads to victory, and eventually someone will seek to put themselves in a position where they can't be stopped even if it breaks the rules.
Frankly every known system of government crumbles when you take human nature into account... i don't buy the whole "well capitalism embraces it" bullshit either, because the only way capitalism works is when you have people smart enough to succeed and not smart enough to try and ensure further success when they think they're on top.
User avatar
#37 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
competition=/=game you are always competing in business the market is always changing you fool.
also capitalism=/= government model

do some reading and take some classes
User avatar
#38 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
You may feel free not to consider competition as a finite thing but what you need to know is that it doesn't matter.
I PROMISE you someone does think about it that way and all it takes is for that person to be able to ensure that they don't have to compete because competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to? You might not think it's a game but somebody does.

You're right it's not a government model, but it requires government to be constructed to keep it in line and it eventually corrupts that government.
User avatar
#40 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
"competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to?"

to make more money.

" but it requires government to be constructed"

no, example: hey anon thats a kick ass sandwich you make if you make me one i will give you 5 dollars

" it eventually corrupts that government"

that's why business and goverment should interact as little as possible, you are proving my point.
User avatar
#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#31 - anon (07/19/2016) [-]
"That's not true capitalism!"

Sound familiar?

"That's not true communism!"
User avatar
#32 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
meh, in order to have true communism you need to have no social classes or government. its not like that in capitalism.
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