Well first even if automation did not cause the job loss then it doesn’t mean that it wouldn’t have caused the job loss without trade. Let me explain what I mean. If wages are too high then obviously companies want to outsource. However wouldn’t they also want to automate? If they can’t do one surely they would try the other?
It’s actually very simple. If you act like a ruffian you get treated like a ruffian and if you act like a gentleman you get treated like a gentleman.
If you act like a gentleman people will overlook the skeletons in your closet. If you behave like a ruffian then people will look for the skeletons in your closet and hold them…
I wonder if decriminalisation of sex work would be a way to reverse this trend. From what I can see the problem is the acquiring of sex that has become harder.
You mentioned the awkward dates, useless dating apps and so on and so on. Well wouldn’t leaving sex to the professionals be a way to take away the tension?
On second thoughts, it is a good article. However I truly believe if you want to be something more then just the usual defender of capitalism I believe even you must right a critic of it.
This system isn’t perfect. So I am interested to know how you would improve and what you find to be imperfect about said system.
Words are the beginning of actions. If someone stands in the market square and declares certain people to be enemies of the state, class, faith, people etc. then he can cause actions without acting himself.
Now you will say that threats are not covered under freedom of speech but in this scenario there will be no actual…
Damn. You really don’t like Fish do you?
I found I couldn’t really make much of the article, a little too much ranting (which you have every right to do) and a little too technical.
But I wasn’t really able to make much of Fish either. Though I deeply believe my ideas of free speech are very different to yours.
The only answer to that is be more innovative or rather just be better even if the others cheat (I would like to stress if).
Personally I think the whole ‘China cheats‘ is a hypocritical response because the way the US was able to industrialise especially in textile production in the first place was due to the IP theft of a…
If you don’t like the climate there then don’t do business there. Nobody is forcing firms to do business in China. You want the revenue you run the risk of IP theft, Patent infringements etc. That’s business.
Besides the world is a jungle. There is no real matter of fairness here. However that being said I would point out…