You like status quo and don’t want to talk about it. I get it. What’s sad is, you and I are not that far off. We’re nearly in agreement. But “not quite”. We see similar issues, pointing fingers in similar places, and each are willing to “drop the ball” in different areas. I’m not against people making money. But greed is not a virtue.

You like status quo and don’t want to talk about it. I get it.
What’s sad is, you and I are not that far off. We’re nearly in agreement. But “not quite”. We see similar issues, pointing fingers in similar places, and each are willing to “drop the ball” in different areas.
I’m not against people making money.
But greed is not a virtue.
 I hadn’t suggested any solutions yet. I’m attempting to find areas that you and I are in agreement first. Then we can hash out solutions
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 Ok. This is good. Thank you.
Again, I’m not criticizing self-improvement. I’m also not criticizing functional businesses who understand the need for competition in a functional society and aren’t cancers on the marketplace, gobbling up everything in their path.
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