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1 minute ago, bluerules009 said:

Since they had no capital, no nothing.

I was lucky i used my capital to pay a visit and find a group of workers that had to take my low subsistence wages because they had no other choice.  Since it was that or starve to death under your plan.

How did you "visit" and "find" that group of workers? How did you get there?

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1 minute ago, happycamper said:

How did you "visit" and "find" that group of workers? How did you get there?

How do you think?

I paid for gas, for a private plane, for food, for labor all using that one necessary factor.   The factor that means your town of people in Switzerland  is useless without.

It is called capitalism for a reason retard.

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7 minutes ago, bluerules009 said:

How do you think?

I paid for gas, for a private plane, for food, for labor all using that one necessary factor.   The factor that means your town of people in Switzerland  is useless without.

It is called capitalism for a reason retard.

How did you contact the private plane?

How did you contact anyone for food?

How did you get any gas?

Who did you pay for gas?

Who did you pay for food?

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2 minutes ago, happycamper said:

How did you contact the private plane?

How did you contact anyone for food?

How did you get any gas?

Who did you pay for gas?

Who did you pay for food?

 

You are making no point.  Masturbate on yourself.

 

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Just now, bluerules009 said:

 

You are making no point.  Masturbate on yourself.

 

I'm making a fine point, you're just too stupid to answer a series of simple questions.

In your country with a single other resident, who are you paying for gas?

Who is running the power?

Who is making the phones?

Who is debugging the switchboard?

Who is building and maintaining the roads?

Who is selling the food?

Who is contacting the outside world?

Hell, who is making sure the single other resident doesn't tie you up and feed you your gold bars for the fun of it?

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4 minutes ago, happycamper said:

I'm making a fine point, you're just too stupid to answer a series of simple questions.

In your country with a single other resident, who are you paying for gas?

Who is running the power?

Who is making the phones?

Who is debugging the switchboard?

Who is building and maintaining the roads?

Who is selling the food?

Who is contacting the outside world?

Hell, who is making sure the single other resident doesn't tie you up and feed you your gold bars for the fun of it?

I answered your questions numerous times.  I purchased labor, power, phones, switchboards etc... with my capital.

You are too stupid and keep asking them becaue you will not ever admit you are wrong.

You of course never answered a single question i posed.  Which is  understandable because for lack of capital you have starved to death.  Your workers never produced a thing for you, they all went to work for me.  

I imagine you will continue to double down on dumb.

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4 minutes ago, bluerules009 said:

I answered your questions numerous times.  I purchased labor, power, phones, switchboards etc... with my capital.

You are too stupid and keep asking them becaue you will not ever admit you are wrong.

You of course never answered a single question i posed.  Which is  understandable because for lack of capital you have starved to death.  Your workers never produced a thing for you, they all went to work for me.  

I imagine you will continue to double down on dumb.

How did you contact the "labor", blues? You have 500 tons of gold, and one other dude.

How did you get the power to run to call anybody? Do you know how to run a power station? Do you know how to run a switchboard?

How did you get any food while figuring this out?

How did that capital help you when you only had a single other person to pay?

Capital is the fuel of the economy, but the workers are the engine. One without the other is meaningless, and the quality of the engine greatly affects how well the fuel makes the whole vehicle run. 

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8 minutes ago, happycamper said:

How did you contact the "labor", blues? You have 500 tons of gold, and one other dude.

How did you get the power to run to call anybody? Do you know how to run a power station? Do you know how to run a switchboard?

How did you get any food while figuring this out?

How did that capital help you when you only had a single other person to pay?

Capital is the fuel of the economy, but the workers are the engine. One without the other is meaningless, and the quality of the engine greatly affects how well the fuel makes the whole vehicle run. 

The workers are no more the engine than energy or iron or plastic or any other commodity. Labor is just another thing you can buy.

With capital i can do anything.

Without capital you could do nothing.   As you proved by your silence to my questions.

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Just now, bluerules009 said:

The workers are no more the engine than energy or iron or plastic or any other commodity. Labor is just another thing you can buy.

No, it isn't. You can treat it as a commodity in macro analysis, but in the end, the only thing that makes anything go is labor. 

Dollars without labor are crappy toilet paper.

Gold without labor is a paperweight.

Oil without labor is a useless chemical.

Meat without labor is a few day's food, I suppose, before it spoils.

Infrastructure without labor is just a temporary interesting feature.

The only thing that makes any economy run, the only thing that makes one economy work better than another, and the only thing that has and will ever make goods and services is the labor that people provide. Frankly, blues, your bizarre economic worldview makes communism seem acceptable. 

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15 minutes ago, happycamper said:

No, it isn't. You can treat it as a commodity in macro analysis, but in the end, the only thing that makes anything go is labor. 

Dollars without labor are crappy toilet paper.

Gold without labor is a paperweight.

Oil without labor is a useless chemical.

Meat without labor is a few day's food, I suppose, before it spoils.

Infrastructure without labor is just a temporary interesting feature.

The only thing that makes any economy run, the only thing that makes one economy work better than another, and the only thing that has and will ever make goods and services is the labor that people provide. Frankly, blues, your bizarre economic worldview makes communism seem acceptable. 

You are delusional and you as usual on this board cannot admit when your wrong.

Within our lifetime 95% of labor will be  unemployed.  Labor is a commodity no more important than any other and robots and AI are going to replace most of it soon.

 

Capital is all that is required. Labor like dirt can be purchased.  Your labor is no more valuable than its supply and demand just like oil or fertilizer. Like the labor we used to need from horses and mules, human labor will soon also have little value.

 

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31 minutes ago, bluerules009 said:

You are delusional and you as usual on this board cannot admit when your wrong.

Within our lifetime 95% of labor will be  unemployed.  Labor is a commodity no more important than any other and robots and AI are going to replace most of it soon.

 

Capital is all that is required. Labor like dirt can be purchased.  Your labor is no more valuable than its supply and demand just like oil or fertilizer. Like the labor we used to need from horses and mules, human labor will soon also have little value.

 

Just because there is supply and demand for labor doesn't mean that it is the single thing that bids everything together.

Without labor, there is nothing. Just a bunch of wilderness.

With labor, there is every facet of the economy and civilization.

You thinking would indicate that a dude with 500 million dollars, marooned on a desert island with 10 other people, is richer than a guy with 50 million in Boise. It's laughable. 

You even argue against this position when you talk about things like free trade and how much wealthier we are today than people were even 200 years ago. A wealthy man 200 years ago couldn't dream of affording a cure to polio or instant entertainment all the time or antibiotics or even just easy transportation that a college kid would just expect to have. You've argued this point multiple times, it's funny how you choose to be a hypocrite here because workers in rural Nevada are apparently retarded.

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7 minutes ago, happycamper said:

Just because there is supply and demand for labor doesn't mean that it is the single thing that bids everything together.

Without labor, there is nothing. Just a bunch of wilderness.

With labor, there is every facet of the economy and civilization.

You thinking would indicate that a dude with 500 million dollars, marooned on a desert island with 10 other people, is richer than a guy with 50 million in Boise. It's laughable. 

You even argue against this position when you talk about things like free trade and how much wealthier we are today than people were even 200 years ago. A wealthy man 200 years ago couldn't dream of affording a cure to polio or instant entertainment all the time or antibiotics or even just easy transportation that a college kid would just expect to have. You've argued this point multiple times, it's funny how you choose to be a hypocrite here because workers in rural Nevada are apparently retarded.

Not worth arguing with a mule.  

 

 

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