How much would you like to earn


#221

What is it that bothers you about my post ?


#222

I’m not confused about the concept of it, I just feel that levelling out on it is a reasonable thing to aim for


#223

The very first human societies started out your way and cities grew up organically over many thousands of years. Of course things change.


#224

don’t care just want it to be more than balonz.


#225

Sorry I gotcha then. I guess I’ve just given up on my student loan to the point where I just presume I’ll just be paying it off until it expires (25 years from start?)


#226

Wtf why’s everyone coming to Amsterdam?


#227

to make it more expensive for you


#228

:palm_tree:


#229

i actually did elaborate, in a non-slanderous way, to suggest that your argument is bullshit


#230

What sort of salary does someone have to earn for you to be quietly confident they’d be sub-human scum?

  • £60k
  • £70k
  • £80k
  • £90k
  • £100k

0 voters


#231

this needs to be multiple choice so i can tick all of them


#232

Human progress (though not history) has been a story of increasing urbanisation though.

The employment impetus might slow with increased viability of remote working, but economies of scale/agglomeration effects mean that for other human interests, grouping in cities will still be the trend for generations to come.


#233

£my salary + 1


#234

£my salary - 1


#235

:rofl:


#236

anyway

anyone who has money to spare, you really dont have an excuse not to give a bit away to people who desperately need it

https://www.map.org.uk/donate/donate

(setting up monthly payments are better than one off payments btw - clearly the need will increase as more and more people are deliberately injured by Israeli forces and will have life changing injuries but the need is always there https://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/palestinians/.premium-what-it-s-like-being-a-cancer-patient-in-gaza-1.5883539)

SERIOUSLY STOP ARGUING ABOUT WHETHER YOU EARN TOO MUCH MONEY AND GIVE SOME TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE NOTHING


#237

not to mention the huge rise in online gaming and increasing rental prices in city centres


#238

Bit harsh, he’s got nice hair and makes some decent tunes


#239

You’re all free market liberals anyway, so this conversation is pointless.

What’s ironic is that capitalism works best when more people earn higher wages, but f u I want more money right.


#240

The original point was hypothetical, so we might as well hypothesise that things would be better if we adopted a taxation system in keeping with those in Scandinavia. As it stands, of course donating to (the right) charities would be a good thing to do.