Money (The Good Book Says)

As a personal side note on this column of wares for your various agitation and propaganda needs, I’ll mention that the good book says it’s not so bad to make a little money. So you steal this money, off me, I stole it off somebody else.

Did you know that an antibody releases pustules, after purging an infection or dialesthenizing your blood, that is called, to you medical laymen not in the Bastet cult, a ‘tumor’?

I have one tumor, and it’s at the back of my skull, and I sure love my cigarettes.

Longshot from Marvel Comics aside (a heroic spy, devoted to the ideal of television, namely the bass line), let me show you three pathways, to monetary knighthood. These are three men, you should study.

Voltaire: If the poor can’t have it, nobody can have it. And if you take it from the poor, we take it from the rich, until the poor comes back, and makes a new version, to see if the rich and poor alike can use it.

Rockefeller: If it’s not easily available, safe, and accessible, to the common man, than it’s not a product you’d prefer to sell. You should have a product that doesn’t pollute, doesn’t complain, and that is at the cheapest rate per proportion of those producing the product. That means, it’s clean, it’s safe, and it’s produced in a percentage of consumer price per afforded household over time, four quarters and a period in the middle for seasonal shift of production market, but it’s a fraction of the net worth of the cost towards workers, for amiable salary.

Veblen: If your employee is status conscious, meaning, they don’t get right to the point with the boss, or in your presence, and only in your presence, they are fired, a bad hire. That means, they are increasing production, without longevity, meaning that are in your consortium of business owners, representing you, as them, however they are increasing your profit share through undue production that cannot be sustained, hence a foreign entity to your business space will invade, doing the same thing they are, to compete, their profit model having failed, establishing a franchise to success that is in fact slavery to their workers, not yours, who will die, brutally, in a lion’s pride rotunda; better known as Hell, a collapsing town under failed strain of your inability to fire the worker whose culture will now be a mob boss.

Methods Per Test:

Voltaire: this person thinks poverty is evil, can them.

Rockefeller: this person supports unions, can them.

Veblen: this person is a phony, can them.

All three forms, are fascist business ethics, that criminals use to do business. They can’t assist, they can’t tell the truth, and they can’t consolidate. They don’t care about family.

They’re women’s men, they think a woman, wants you to make a decision for her.

Liars, all of them. Always use Voltaire to spot a referendum, always use Rockefeller to shut down a dishonest arbiter, and always use Veblen to fire a gangster boss bully.

Published by cheater120

Consider me an expert in information munitions. I practice Zazen meditation, Yakuza Trappist form (a Yakuza, games cheat, and Trappist, a counter-agent), as a Bonafuda, a mercantile salesmen of information through philosophy, literature, fiction, and academics, distributed as munitions technique deployed for the purpose apparent to you, unless of course you have violated the ethics of my piece, in which case you will be trapped inside a theft of the piece and an action within the boundaries of the violation you have committed in Benedictine culture, the Jewish affiliate within Catholic culture. Buyer beware, and these poems, are free.

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