Drunken Master

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fucknobarackobama:

kevinkinky-:

Republicans are scary but republicans under the age of 20 are even scarier

Yeah liberals are terrified of educated youth

did your dad tell you that

http://www.politifact.com/georgia/statements/2012/nov/05/larry-sabato/education-level-tied-voting-tendencies/ as usual, the facts have a liberal bias.

theomeganerd:

Video Game Characters Posing With The Old Versions Of Themselves

Wow, Legend of Zelda’s Graphics got worse over time somehow

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

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antifeminist111:

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antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!Was Ayn Rand even sentient

That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.
So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.
Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.
Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.
Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.
hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

wanting to make a profit is not the same a greed. Greed is when you completely ignore the wellbeing of others to make a profit i.e. to use force. I already explained how people wanting to make a profit helps the customer.
Specify how Wal-Mart and McDonalds disproves everything I said. People want to spend money on cheap tasty food- McDonalds sells cheap tasty food. People want to spend money on groceries and other items on the cheaper end- Walmart does a pretty good job at this.

Visit one of them. They are phenomenally profitable, but do not offer high quality products or services. It’s not complicated.

You not saying anything. What products or services are not up to par and compared to what? whats your proof?

You’re asking for PROOF that McDonalds serves subpar food?  Other than buying you a fucking burger, how exactly could one go about something like that?

Can’t be that subpar if people love it. IF you are talking about taste, then McDonalds delivers, if you are talking about ultra-vegan then it doesn’t. but people don’t go to McDonalds for ultra organic vegan food. They go their for cheap and tasty, and McDonalds succeeds in that.
You also talked about walmart. Compare walmart to some other store. OR do you not have anything to make up your claims?

That’s just it, most people DON’T love it, most regard it as shitty even by fast food standards.  You’re the first person I’ve ever even heard of who actually claimed that McDonald’s serves good food.  The Wal-Mart thing is based more on their quality of service.  If you were the least bit intellectually honest then you could just remember any given experience at a Wal-Mart and acknowledge the point, but with the McDonald’s thing you demonstrated that that’s expecting too much of you.  Wal-Mart has overwhelmingly negative feedback from customers, most of whom only go out of convenience (and because once a superstore opens up, all of the smaller businesses that were generally held in higher regard wind up having to shut down, essentially crippling the local economy).  If you want comparisons, Publix, Aldi, Trader Joe’s and Target generally all get higher satisfaction surveys, even though none of them are as profitable as Wal-Mart.

At this point, I feel like I’m trying to convince someone that water is fucking wet.

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!
Was Ayn Rand even sentient

That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.

So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.

Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.

Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.

Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.

hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

wanting to make a profit is not the same a greed. Greed is when you completely ignore the wellbeing of others to make a profit i.e. to use force. I already explained how people wanting to make a profit helps the customer.

Specify how Wal-Mart and McDonalds disproves everything I said. People want to spend money on cheap tasty food- McDonalds sells cheap tasty food. People want to spend money on groceries and other items on the cheaper end- Walmart does a pretty good job at this.

Visit one of them. They are phenomenally profitable, but do not offer high quality products or services. It’s not complicated.

You not saying anything. What products or services are not up to par and compared to what? whats your proof?

You’re asking for PROOF that McDonalds serves subpar food?  Other than buying you a fucking burger, how exactly could one go about something like that?

Can’t be that subpar if people love it. IF you are talking about taste, then McDonalds delivers, if you are talking about ultra-vegan then it doesn’t. but people don’t go to McDonalds for ultra organic vegan food. They go their for cheap and tasty, and McDonalds succeeds in that.

You also talked about walmart. Compare walmart to some other store. OR do you not have anything to make up your claims?

That’s just it, most people DON’T love it, most regard it as shitty even by fast food standards.  You’re the first person I’ve ever even heard of who actually claimed that McDonald’s serves good food.  The Wal-Mart thing is based more on their quality of service.  If you were the least bit intellectually honest then you could just remember any given experience at a Wal-Mart and acknowledge the point, but with the McDonald’s thing you demonstrated that that’s expecting too much of you.  Wal-Mart has overwhelmingly negative feedback from customers, most of whom only go out of convenience (and because once a superstore opens up, all of the smaller businesses that were generally held in higher regard wind up having to shut down, essentially crippling the local economy).  If you want comparisons, Publix, Aldi, Trader Joe’s and Target generally all get higher satisfaction surveys, even though none of them are as profitable as Wal-Mart.

At this point, I feel like I’m trying to convince someone that water is fucking wet.

wizardbird:

I never understood how wizards in the hp universe were confused by Hermione’s parents being dentists???? Do wizards not have dentists?? Do they have spells to cure gingivitis?? Do they even know what a toothbrush is?? Wizards are disgusting

They can’t light a fire without a magic wand, what makes you think they can do surgery without one?  They just point that shit at their mouths and say dentum reparum or something and it’s all good

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!Was Ayn Rand even sentient

That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.
So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.
Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.
Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.
Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.
hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

wanting to make a profit is not the same a greed. Greed is when you completely ignore the wellbeing of others to make a profit i.e. to use force. I already explained how people wanting to make a profit helps the customer.
Specify how Wal-Mart and McDonalds disproves everything I said. People want to spend money on cheap tasty food- McDonalds sells cheap tasty food. People want to spend money on groceries and other items on the cheaper end- Walmart does a pretty good job at this.

Visit one of them. They are phenomenally profitable, but do not offer high quality products or services. It’s not complicated.

You not saying anything. What products or services are not up to par and compared to what? whats your proof?

You’re asking for PROOF that McDonalds serves subpar food?  Other than buying you a fucking burger, how exactly could one go about something like that?

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!
Was Ayn Rand even sentient

That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.

So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.

Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.

Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.

Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.

hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

wanting to make a profit is not the same a greed. Greed is when you completely ignore the wellbeing of others to make a profit i.e. to use force. I already explained how people wanting to make a profit helps the customer.

Specify how Wal-Mart and McDonalds disproves everything I said. People want to spend money on cheap tasty food- McDonalds sells cheap tasty food. People want to spend money on groceries and other items on the cheaper end- Walmart does a pretty good job at this.

Visit one of them. They are phenomenally profitable, but do not offer high quality products or services. It’s not complicated.

You not saying anything. What products or services are not up to par and compared to what? whats your proof?

You’re asking for PROOF that McDonalds serves subpar food?  Other than buying you a fucking burger, how exactly could one go about something like that?

Holy shit OP must be the most sexually insecure person in the world

Holy shit OP must be the most sexually insecure person in the world

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!Was Ayn Rand even sentient

That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.
So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.
Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.
Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.
Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.
hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

wanting to make a profit is not the same a greed. Greed is when you completely ignore the wellbeing of others to make a profit i.e. to use force. I already explained how people wanting to make a profit helps the customer.
Specify how Wal-Mart and McDonalds disproves everything I said. People want to spend money on cheap tasty food- McDonalds sells cheap tasty food. People want to spend money on groceries and other items on the cheaper end- Walmart does a pretty good job at this.

Visit one of them. They are phenomenally profitable, but do not offer high quality products or services. It’s not complicated.

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!
Was Ayn Rand even sentient

That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.

So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.

Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.

Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.

Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.

hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

wanting to make a profit is not the same a greed. Greed is when you completely ignore the wellbeing of others to make a profit i.e. to use force. I already explained how people wanting to make a profit helps the customer.

Specify how Wal-Mart and McDonalds disproves everything I said. People want to spend money on cheap tasty food- McDonalds sells cheap tasty food. People want to spend money on groceries and other items on the cheaper end- Walmart does a pretty good job at this.

Visit one of them. They are phenomenally profitable, but do not offer high quality products or services. It’s not complicated.

maarnayeri:

demonize poor women for wanting to terminate pregnancy they can’t afford

demonize poor women for applying for government assistance to raise the child they didn’t want because they couldn’t afford it by referring to them as “welfare queens”

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antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!Was Ayn Rand even sentient


That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.
So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.
Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.
Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.
Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.
hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

antifeminist111:

drunken-rambling:

You call us greedy but that can’t be true because look how much stuff we’ve accumulated!
Was Ayn Rand even sentient

That is what Ayn Rand is talking about in a nutshell -people may go make something purely for profit, but in order to keep making a profit they must have good products and services and they do that by being better than their competitors and they do this by putting the needs of the costumer first.

So it all kinda works out because a business only survives if they make a profit and they make a profit by bringing the best product or service possible and they do that by doing what I mentioned above.

Liberals call people greedy for wanting to make a profit without realizing that they make a profit by putting the customer first.

Something else to note is that even if a product is expensive at first, it’s value will be lower by  the newer version of that product, thus the price of the original product will be lowered, thus poorer people can purchase it.

Think of cell phones- first it was only the rich who could afford it, not you can buy a phone at Family Dollar.

hope that clarifies things

A trip to McDonald’s or Wal-Mart is all it takes to know that’s not true. More profitable does not always equal better. But again, trying to rebut an accusation of greed solely in terms of material gain is about as smart as answering an accusation of violence by throwing punches.

Fun fact of the day: if you ignore someone who’s talking to you and they keep giving you the benefit of the doubt and talking to you anyway, they aren’t being rude. You are.