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    Quote Originally Posted by think2much View Post
    LOL why is it lower? to me that's higher. I already looked into and applied for disability benefits. Got rejected though but I'm gonna appeal!

    What kind of welfare can I get with having lots of kids? I know you can get food, free shitty apartment, free healthcare but do they give you checks every month so I can pay the bills?

    edit: also I heard the limit is only 5yrs?
    Besides, I don't think you're even a chick. They're not gonna pay you to have all of that stuff if YOU'RE A GUY...you have to be a single parent, and no, YOU don't get free healthcare...only your kids do. Women get healthcare if they're pregnant or nursing, not eternally just for being moms. P.S. TAKING CARE OF KIDS IS A FULL-TIME JOB WORKING WITH PEOPLE.

    I think you should just commit first degree murder and spend your life in prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I think you should just commit first degree murder and spend your life in prison.

    That actually might be a good idea...
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    "So lazy, pathetic, and unambitious that it invites insult"? Hey, OP, I'm in the same boat. I'd like a job like that. I just don't think it's realistic. Do you LIKE anything? I'm sure there are jobs somewhere out there for something you find LESS stressful. In my case, I'd like to be a teacher or researcher, so I could play with ideas for a living.

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    what's an easy career for idiots and lazy people? I need something that's repetitive, I hate learning new things. I prefer to master a skill and use those skills till I retired.

    Can't do trade though cause of my health, I'm not physically able to do intense labor.

    I'm mid 20s, uneducated(don't care to learn), isolated from people for couple years now so I have hatred build up. So I want a easy job that doesn't deal with people. Prefer to be my own boss and not be watched like a hawk. It'll be great if I can make a lot of money.
    I've got some property on the moon you might be interested in...

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    It sounds disingenuous to write an op that you yourself know "invites insult" and then be annoyed when Insult walks through the front door.

    Adults work for a living. They also accept change and risk as part of life. So what if your computer language goes out of vogue in 15 years? By then you'll have learned new ones. So what if you get laid off? Find another job. It's what the rest of us do when we get laid off. It's part of life. You can do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I've got some property on the moon you might be interested in...
    Sign me up!
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    Eeeiiiiieee. Marry for money? I'm being serious.

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    Get a YouTube channel.
    Sell your organs on the black-market.
    Propose you are the star of reality series "Existential look at Man that does nothing, loves no one"
    Participate in pharmaceutical studies.
    Make amateur porn from home.
    Man suffers only because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun - Watts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    Get a YouTube channel.
    Sell your organs on the black-market.
    Propose you are the star of reality series "Existential look at Man that does nothing, loves no one"
    Participate in pharmaceutical studies.
    Make amateur porn from home.
    all of the above COMBINED.
    To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
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    Music provides one of the clearest examples of a much deeper relation between mathematics and human experience.

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    Why can't you do blue collar? I worked at the kitchen of my school, and it's pretty fun and not hard. Physically intensive, and you burn your hands on hot plates, but it's repetitive and mindless. I liked that.

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