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Haveing no money is better than oweing money, amirite?

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This sounds like a 3rd grade math problem. If Jimmy has $0 and Stacey owes $300 in back taxes, who is less likely to hang themselves tomorrow morning?

Or maybe that's just my school.

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Wait, do you seriously spell "having" and "owing" like that? I guess it's your preference...

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DagGirlYouChugly DagGirlYouChugly

hahah oopps

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andieehawke OP

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(ono)

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Zubat

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*oops .

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Anonymous

"Haveing" good spelling is better than "haveing" poor spelling.

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AnnDeeva AnnDeeva

Well, no. When the government owes money, it's not a good thing, but it's better than not having no money at all. It means the government at least has money to stimulate the economy so we can get out of a recession rather than slowing down the economy by not spending money at all.

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Rainbows Rainbows

Isn't that kinda obvious?

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Mr_Superfluous

This is kind of like saying -1 < 0 ...

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chuype

Thanks CPT. Obvious

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Vanilla_Face

This sounds like a 3rd grade math problem. If Jimmy has $0 and Stacey owes $300 in back taxes, who is less likely to hang themselves tomorrow morning?

Or maybe that's just my school.

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Oh we've all had that in 3rd grade, and we know the "gotcha" :
Stacey actually has something to sell that Jimmy hasn't.

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hugo

It kinda depends how much money you'd have and how much you'd owe. If you had $2000, and owed someone $5, then obviously that would be better than having no money. But if you had like $100 and owed someone $90 or something, then having no money would kinda be better...

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Rainbow35

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How exactly is having $10 worse than having nothing?

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(Your+name+(optional)): Because it's not really enough to do much with... And if you started off with $100 and ended up with $10, it'd probably feel more disappointing than if you'd had nothing to begin with.

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Rainbow35

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Isn'it

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kurt19xx

no shit sherlock

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