1) the individual understands he doesn't have what it takes to become successfu
2) the individual believes he is brilliant and talented but for some unexplained reason-the market doesn't value him as such so he thinks he has been treated unfairly
and a rather rare but well known situation-the self loathing trust fund idiots who feel guilty about their good luck and feel a need to do some sort of public self flagellation and penance
Going by the logic of this thread:
Republicans want private companies to be able to censor your internet content.
One of you will end up here next!
If they did that I'd just start going inside the bank on Friday and withdrawing all the cash I'd need for the week in person, from the teller.
If they taxed that I'd quit using banks for anything I didn't have to.
Damn it, that money has ALREADY been income-taxed, and a lot of it will be used for something that will cost SALES tax.... heck what's next, a whizz-tax on bathroom visits?
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