lsayre wrote:As I see it these companies add no value to humanity at all.
So a lot of people get rich from this, buy land (seller makes profit), build mansions on it, ( dozens of contractor's support their businesses and families), decorate them, ( more employment for people like HANDYMEN), furnish them, ( more employment), go out to eat at restaurants every day, ( support local businesses), buy fancy cars, ( local dealer survives), pay property taxes, ( infrastructure is funded), ETC. No value, huh?
samhill wrote:I was always under the belief that you know what you are going to get paid when you take a job so you do the best you can & hope to move up or look for something more lucrative.
We all ass
ume stuff here, it's part of the virtual nature of the forum. You are mistaken again. I work for people who pay me time and materials
. My reputation, integrity, honesty, and talent are intact and that's how I get work. I never "know" what I'm going to get paid, I take a risk every time, I believe in equality of opportunity
, not outcome
; you know, what the country was founded on.
Not defending this portrait of unimaginable evil; just sayin the whole world is filled with corruption and all I can do is go about my business with honesty.
Larry, you seem to know so much, I bet you're a millionaire yourself. It's none of my business.
Contact the SEC if you think it'll do any good.