Honestly, that’s the worst advice I’ve read in years.
Baryon Diamit
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Talia was not a slave. She was being paid, and receiving health insurance, something an awful lot of people can’t relate to. Yet she complained that her salary wasn’t enough to satisfy her desired lifestyle, and that her company-provided insurance actually required that she make co-pays for medical visits (are companies supposed to give you the co-pays too?)

All of this complaining came without her seemingly making any effort to do something HERSELF to improve her lot, like getting a 2nd job (or a better paying primary job) or getting a roommate, or moving to someplace like Oakland with cheaper rents.

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