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malhaloc

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#17 - Too bad you're ******* a white male!  [+] (1 new reply) 07/22/2016 on the truth is out there +4
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#21 - superflyingcookie (07/22/2016) [-]
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
#261 - Yes people have always preferred experienced to not. But if yo… 07/22/2016 on Who is that system 0
#259 - So someone who has no job experience and no training can produ…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/22/2016 on Who is that system 0
#260 - thebigbadbeest (07/22/2016) [-]
first the vast majority of people that make minim wage or below $15/hour are not kids and definitely, produce much more than $15/hour. second, they do prioritise experience already and will always do that. Finally, after a few days of training, most people at most become productive enough to make more the $15/hour. Most work is relatively easy mentally but requires a lot of physical labour and time.
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#261 - malhaloc (07/22/2016) [-]
Yes people have always preferred experienced to not. But if you can negotiate a fair wage based on experience then does it not stand to reason that the non-experienced would have a better shot than the government forcing employers to pay x amount for services? If wage is non negotiable, then of course you're going to see more experienced people working even in what is supposed to be a starting job to get you introduced to the work force. That's largely because people with no experience take longer to get used to a job than people who've had many jobs. Yes you can spend more time and money on training a new guy or just give the veteran a list of things to do and watch them get it done.
#257 - As someone who waits tables and occasionally cooks, no we don'…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/22/2016 on Who is that system 0
#258 - thebigbadbeest (07/22/2016) [-]
how "hard" the job is is irrelevant. what matters is how much value you create for your employer
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#259 - malhaloc (07/22/2016) [-]
So someone who has no job experience and no training can produce $15/hr of value? Or do you think it's more likely they'll hire people with experience over a kid to get their money's worth? By raising or even having minimum wage you're pricing kids who are trying to get some work out of the job market.
#260 - thebigbadbeest (07/22/2016) [-]
first the vast majority of people that make minim wage or below $15/hour are not kids and definitely, produce much more than $15/hour. second, they do prioritise experience already and will always do that. Finally, after a few days of training, most people at most become productive enough to make more the $15/hour. Most work is relatively easy mentally but requires a lot of physical labour and time.
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#261 - malhaloc (07/22/2016) [-]
Yes people have always preferred experienced to not. But if you can negotiate a fair wage based on experience then does it not stand to reason that the non-experienced would have a better shot than the government forcing employers to pay x amount for services? If wage is non negotiable, then of course you're going to see more experienced people working even in what is supposed to be a starting job to get you introduced to the work force. That's largely because people with no experience take longer to get used to a job than people who've had many jobs. Yes you can spend more time and money on training a new guy or just give the veteran a list of things to do and watch them get it done.
#151 - And that's the kind of stuff I keep telling these people. Sure… 07/22/2016 on Catch 'em all and get swole 0
#115 - To all the people in this thread talking about how just walkin…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/21/2016 on Catch 'em all and get swole +7
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#124 - lolollo (07/21/2016) [-]
Just as a small disclaimer, i stopped talking to "you" about halfway through the previous comment to more talk to the "general public".
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#151 - malhaloc (07/22/2016) [-]
And that's the kind of stuff I keep telling these people. Sure it's not a hard workout like a lot of people do, but it's making inactive people active. But their motivation is a kids game that has them chasing fictional creatures. They're not trying to get swole for the sake of getting swole so it doesn't count. That's the kind of logic I'm hearing from them.
#123 - lolollo (07/21/2016) [-]
Where before people were staying inside, or in the very least immobile, pokemon go now prompts people to go out and walk, upwards of 2 to 10 kilometers at a time depending on whatever motivation or time restraints are present for the person. Yesterday, my buddy, girlfriend and I went to the local college campus just for the express purpose of farming pokestops. We walked upwards of 3 kilometers over the span of ~25 minutes whereas a regular Wednesday would have me playing vidya, my girlfriend watching what's probably more game of thrones, Andy buddy playing more Skyrim on the computer. We do that maybe 4 days out of the total week.

Do you know what that is? That's roughly 20 minutes of cardio about 3 times a week...which is goaded over by fitness fanatics alike as being "all you really need to do to not be such a fat shit, like, oh my God it's so easy!"

I think I know what this is...you don't want people to get healthy...do you? You've grown accustomed to your self perceived "eliteness" because of your "capacity to do something to easy" that only a small minority of people allegedly do.

Why else is "true exercise" suddenly rocket science?
#114 - Its mostly a joke. But walking is healthier than not. 07/21/2016 on Catch 'em all and get swole +2
#62 - I deal in facts dude. Facts don't care about your feelings eit…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/21/2016 on Pokemon GO: Fun vs Useful 0
#63 - masterofopinions (07/21/2016) [-]
wow he really got me huh ;)
#56 - No you're not good at arguing. That's what it boils down to.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/21/2016 on Pokemon GO: Fun vs Useful 0
#57 - masterofopinions (07/21/2016) [-]
have you thought about what that statement actually might mean to me, or is it just what you imagine might upset me because it would upset you
#54 - That response doesn't even make sense. Like at this point you'…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/21/2016 on Pokemon GO: Fun vs Useful +1
#55 - masterofopinions (07/21/2016) [-]
im not good at spoon feeding, thats what it boils down to.
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#62 - malhaloc (07/21/2016) [-]
I deal in facts dude. Facts don't care about your feelings either way. I'm not trying to say what I think might hurt you, I'm calling out your bullshit. And the fact is you suck at arguing because you have nothing relevant to say. And as interesting as getting to delve into your mind for the length of this conversation has been, it seems our thread limit is at an end.

I bid you a good night. Have fun picking up the shattered remains of your argument from the floor.
#63 - masterofopinions (07/21/2016) [-]
wow he really got me huh ;)
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#56 - malhaloc (07/21/2016) [-]
No you're not good at arguing. That's what it boils down to.
#57 - masterofopinions (07/21/2016) [-]
have you thought about what that statement actually might mean to me, or is it just what you imagine might upset me because it would upset you