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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Avoiding a Job and Unplugging from the Matrix


I'm not the only one disgusted with the current monetary system. People are working longer hours with less to show for it than previous generations. Money is devaluing. It takes so much out of a person just to barely scrape by. Forget about having a mate,a home of your own,and savings. Those days are over for a growing number of people. The gap between the "haves" and the "have nots" continues to widen.

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I find the idea of being a wage slave absolutely repulsive. To continually get more formal education just to make enough to live on is something generations past never experienced. The ability to afford a home, a family, savings,and a modest amount of entertainment was common place for even the poorest of the poor. Not anymore. Unfortunately, it'll probably have to get much worse before enough people start waking up and smelling the coffee. By then it'll be too late.


Yet, there are those who are able to get by on little (to no) money. While others are able to make a living doing things they enjoy without having to resort to going out and getting some mind numbing Mc job. The odds and ins of how it's done remains a mystery to most of us OTHERWISE we wouldn't continue to be slaving for unsustainable wages. If anyone has any pointers on how one can be self sufficient with little to no cost up front then I'm all ears.

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3 comments:

rickythegemini said...

We've been denied a life. The jobs suck. No wonder so many young people are living with their parents well into their 20s and early 30s while those in their 40s are forced to move back in with family. It's been bad for awhile but it's gotten worse. All the decent factory jobs our parents and grandparents worked at are gone and all that's left is part time positions at Walmart,KMart. How's a person expected to pay rent much less feed and clothe themselves?

anabolismist said...

Illuminti... Oligarchist...

Agents of the Matrix.

Ben said...

Well said! It should be plain to everyone that money is the venom of the viper. They have their codes and symbols all over it.