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This is what asking for $15 an hour has done, lol.


I'm sure this would make shy people happy tho! Or with others with social anxiety!


Which is why I love these things; I can get in and get out while spending less time directly interacting with people.
I'm not too sure about those who actually want contact with another human being though...


I prefer to not either. Hell when i drive through the drive threw i still have someone else talk for me xD i guess im just strange..
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just wait until the robots become sentient. it will be the civil rights movement all over again.
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This is a step to a type 1 civilization where we don't work unless we choose to.
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I'm sure they'll never COMPLETELY replace humans. We're smart enough to know that'll mean a shortage in jobs.... Right...?


It's best that they do if we want to reach a civilization where jobs are not mandatory.

Won't be in my lifetime but hopefully my childrens
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Tinamarie101 wrote:I prefer to not either. Hell when i drive through the drive threw i still have someone else talk for me xD i guess im just strange..

The teller at my credit union asked my why I kept coming inside instead of using the ATM.

I told her I was preserving her job. I just prefer conducting my business with human instead of a machine.

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Tinamarie101 wrote:I prefer to not either. Hell when i drive through the drive threw i still have someone else talk for me xD i guess im just strange..

The teller at my credit union asked my why I kept coming inside instead of using the ATM.

I told her I was preserving her job. I just prefer conducting my business with human instead of a machine.



Everyones different. Tbh when it comes to phone calls with just about anyone I rather it just be in person than over a phone. but something that could kill time i take because well when i'm able to do whats needed to be done, i dont have time to waste to bother with someone who usually ends up being a major bitch -.-
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Tinamarie101 wrote:
but you gotta think, these jobs never paid much to begin with. nothing that nothing vs a low check is better.. but tbh if the government forces this on us they'll be effected to. especially in stores. if people are left without jobs because of the decrease of jobs that just means we people wont have much money to spend. Welfare rates will go up but without the money being put out for things not returning because of these families/individuals with no money, money goes to waste for the money that went towards food that expired before being bought. causing them to bump up their prices to pay for those items. makes it harder for us and then again on them making the problem worse from doing that in the first place. besides that taxes is what gives us these welfare help. if jobs decrease, money does, meaning most probably wont be able to afford all of their taxes. it makes a mess on both ends and if they cant think of this before hand then i guess were gonna walk right into another depression state unless they give us more jobs when taking away these others!


Unless a solution is found, we are looking at a dystopian future.
Or a welfare state where the vast majority are provided the minimum required for survival.

The books I recommended on pg. 3 address these issues.
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