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    I'm not an NF, but I'm special. Rules don't apply to me.

    In theory, money is simply credit to allow you to consume something because earlier, you produced something for another person to consume. The world cannot function if everyone consumes but no one produces.

    Money is freedom. Accumulating it will allow you to consume without having to produce any more. It's quite easy to do if you consume wisely.

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    life is money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not_Me View Post
    I'm not an NF, but I'm special. Rules don't apply to me.

    In theory, money is simply credit to allow you to consume something because earlier, you produced something for another person to consume. The world cannot function if everyone consumes but no one produces.

    Money is freedom. Accumulating it will allow you to consume without having to produce any more. It's quite easy to do if you consume wisely.
    I agree with this.

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    I want to make enough bucks to be able to focus on other things so I won't have to use my energy on worrying about every penny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not_Me View Post
    Accumulating it will allow you to consume without having to produce any more.
    You are really still producing in this case, right? Just indirectly through your money.

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    "Money as debt". Must-watch youtube video series explaining how money works, how banks steal everything you have, and more. You will not look at money with the same eyes again.

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    I love money. I love it very much. I love how it sounds. I love how it stinks. I love how it feels. I love how it looks. I don't know what it tastes like, but I guess I would love the taste. I love it more than anything. I think I even love it more than love. I guess that's my slogan, "Make money, not love!". Wouldn't it be cool to tattoo that on my bum? I can do that with money too. Love is despicable, it can't buy me money, our one and only real life source. Money, yum. I love spending other people's cash.
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    I thought NFs would have broader views on this than just "I like money, buys me stuff, makes the world go round"

    If money did reflect production perfectly it would be slightly better, though still not totally fair. The fact is a great many jobs aren't productive (just about anything in the financial sector, for example), and those that are the best compensated are often far less productive in material and societal terms than the worst paying jobs: floors need to be scrubbed, rubbish needs to be collected, but how does the world benefit from hedge-funds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    I love money. I love it very much. I love how it sounds. I love how it stinks. I love how it feels. I love how it looks. I don't know what it tastes like, but I guess I would love the taste. I love it more than anything. I think I even love it more than love. I guess that's my slogan, "Make money, not love!". Wouldn't it be cool to tattoo that on my bum? I can do that with money too. Love is despicable, it can't buy me money, our one and only real life source. Money, yum. I love spending other people's cash.
    K.

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    money is dead plants printed with images of dead people.

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