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tyraxio

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Date Signed Up:7/31/2012
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#86 - Yeah, the good ol' child ******* Greeks would actually be real…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/03/2014 on My Fox 0
#144 - baitdoesnttalkback (02/03/2014) [-]
they can educate these nuts
#142 - ... That is why we have community service or whatever… 02/03/2014 on I still think its a good idea 0
#106 - Just jumping on with churrundo, it is indeed an attack. I am n…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/03/2014 on Tumblr does it again +2
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#116 - kiratheunholy (02/03/2014) [-]
So we're back to square one then... I have to question if you even read what I wrote.

You admit you're not offended by vegan jokes, this content IS a vegan joke essentially. Now read my first comment, particularly this part: "This content isn't attacking vegans" That's the only point I was trying to make. Do you think that my point was that: "Everybody is equally tolerant of vegans and nobody ever attacks them." No, it was not. My point was that this content is not attacking them. You admitted you weren't offended by the content itself and as such this CONTENT is not attacking them. I don't give a fuck about the comments.
#129 - tyraxio (02/03/2014) [-]
Ahh, this is where out views are conflicting.

This joke itself is completely okay, but the problem is that it is posted by a person with a negative view of vegans, in order to reinforce a negative view of vegans. The only reason I am annoyed with this content, is the media and the community it is spread within. That's pretty much the internet equivalent to the tone in which you say something in real life.
#104 - That's actually a very good point. Once you notice it, it look… 02/03/2014 on youtube comments 0
#163 - Of course there will be a lower price competition. Co… 02/02/2014 on Cocaine and unicorns 0
#154 - >obviously When raising minimum wages by a substan…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/02/2014 on Cocaine and unicorns -1
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#157 - fpsnoob (02/02/2014) [-]
Except there wouldn't be any lower price competition. You're talking about raising the federal minimum wage, meaning all the companies will suffer from its effects. And even if they were to keep the prices low, they would instead cut people's hours or just put people on unpaid vocations so that they don't have to pay unemployment.
#163 - tyraxio (02/02/2014) [-]
Of course there will be a lower price competition.

Companies will not change their prices on the exact same day, and people will choose to shop with the companies that changed their prices at a slower rate. Some companies will also find that they can attract more customers, and thereby more capital, by not raising their prices.
#37 - Though... If this is meant to be in a way so that the… 02/02/2014 on a tear and a smile +5
#146 - You are implying that raising the minimum wage causes inflatio…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/02/2014 on Cocaine and unicorns -1
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#152 - fpsnoob (02/02/2014) [-]
It obviously does. Where else do you think that extra money goes. Do you think business owners are just going to think, oh, I have to pay my employees more, so I'm just going to take it out of my own profit. No, that won't happen, they will have to get that money from either cutting people or from increasing their prices.
#154 - tyraxio (02/02/2014) [-]
>obviously

When raising minimum wages by a substantial amount over a short period of time (a small bit over three years does not apply, as indeed, prices will rise at the same time), companies will have to pay workers extra out of the entire company salary, as the enterprise which raises it's prices will almost definately have less costumers than the enterprises with the lower prices. This means their prices will be forced down.

Obviously, it's not that simple, and it needs some regulation that I am not educated enough to be able to dictate, but it is certainly possible to raise minimum wage without causing inflation.
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#157 - fpsnoob (02/02/2014) [-]
Except there wouldn't be any lower price competition. You're talking about raising the federal minimum wage, meaning all the companies will suffer from its effects. And even if they were to keep the prices low, they would instead cut people's hours or just put people on unpaid vocations so that they don't have to pay unemployment.
#163 - tyraxio (02/02/2014) [-]
Of course there will be a lower price competition.

Companies will not change their prices on the exact same day, and people will choose to shop with the companies that changed their prices at a slower rate. Some companies will also find that they can attract more customers, and thereby more capital, by not raising their prices.
#36 - You're welcome. 02/02/2014 on Title 0
#34 - We're in the future now. Two robots making futuristic…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/02/2014 on Title 0
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#35 - merrymarvelite (02/02/2014) [-]
Then where's my jetpack?
#36 - tyraxio (02/02/2014) [-]
jetlev.com/

You're welcome.