Soundtrack to My Life - Kid Cudi
When your blood alcohol level increases, the amount of fucks you give decreases.
I was honestly thinking the same exact thing.
"Your mom walks in"
It's your opinion vs. mine. Obviously I don't want to be poor after I graduate and I am not going to lie just to prove a point. But the truth is neither of us will really understand the value of money until we are making our own. I am just reiterating what I know are commonly stated opinions of those who do make a lot of money.
I dont even have to read that to know that the 47 percent isn't just those living off welfare but also college students and such. But thanks for that. It still doesn't make my statement any less relavent.
So that's a no. So obviously you don't really understand how hard it is to pay for classes, books, housing, and food while you're a student. You're basically relying on your parents and a part time job to get by and maybe some student loans. It's expensive. Which is probably why the people who only make 20,000 a year didn't bother going to college, or if they did then didn't bother getting a degree in something worth while. But if you choose to go to a good university and then to med school, paying off your student loans the second you graduate probably wouldn't be that easy. So what's the point? To make good money and maybe to something you love, but mostly to make good money. But if you are doing this to make money and the only result is that you get your ass kicked with taxes then is it really worth it?
OK I have been ignoring this for most of the conversation, but 2,000,000 is not a believable yearly income. 200,000 is what most upper class people in America are paid per year. But I am curious, are you in college right now?
If you're talking about the rich paying more taxes to support the 47% of the population that feed off the government for free than I am afraid this argument will never end.
I'm not even going to bother starting an argument on the welfare topic.
That's not the point. The point is that someone who went to school longer, paid more for their education, works equally hard if not harder, and makes a decent amount of money should not be forced to pay more taxes. What I'm getting at is why would someone willingly spend that much time and money on an education if they will only have to continue to pay for it after they are out of school?
2,000 vs 400,000. Which would you give.
And again why would someone be driven to become rich if they will be punished for it with unfair taxes.
I don't think anybody could easily say that 10 million dollars "doesn't matter". Even if you do have a lot more where that came from its still a shit ton of money that you worked hard to make.