"Jobs" were only invented during the industrial age, which ended in 2000ish.
We are now in the industrial age hangover, where we still have "jobs", but also gigs, remote working, self-employment for professionals, etc.
In the information age, we should be unchained from a corp location/desk. Information can travel faster than humans anyway.
We talk about concepts like money and salary, but in fact, those are the things that allow us to tap into basic survival needs like food, clothing, and shelter.
Depending on where you live, your job is tied directly into your ability to survive.
Not sure where the trick is, either you'll work to pay bills and afford a life, or be a bum.
Unless you chose to live off the grid and I don't mean, slapping a cardboard box on the sidewalk.
Bums probably outnumber off gridders 8 to 2.
This is true. I have heard from people from other countries that find it strange that one of the first questions/statements Americans make are what we do for a living.
Your bills do
I guess so - why are there so few hot men in your opinion?
Gotta catch me to exile me.
Steinigt den Heiden!
This doesn't make sense and you should feel bad.
If a stepping stone is made of rock it must be a statue
i enjoy anime its the greatest thing ever
dragon ball z
mmmmmmmmmmm that amazing yeah
anime is better than stupid cartoons