Make Love Not Whore

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I cant stand this nagging feeling that time is a viscous precious liquor  slipping through my fingers. That each day at this shitty job drags me further down into the cycle of the monotonous middle class.

Oh what a great privilege it would be to be wealthy. To be free.  I like to call money “fun coupons” or “freedom units.”

As each day drags to the next doing soullessly enslaving work that I have no passion for I realize the conniving intentions behind this middle class ideology.  I’m doing.

 How do you describe the ideas of the idiots? 

Anyone who’s ever told you that you should get a job is most likely an idiot.

A job has no profit margin.  There is no potential to become rich.  Now your boss on the other hand can become rich.  If you work ten times harder and make the boss ten times as much money you still get paid that measly exchange rate called “a wage.”  It’s fixed until more is humbly bestowed upon you by your corporate master.

Anyone who has ever told you that buying a home is a good investment is an idiot.

Buying a home in cash is actually a good investment.  It has the potential to make you a lot of money as the market goes up.  Now mortgaging a home on the other hand is an entirely different story.  The vocabulary of our culture has muddled the meanings behind “owning” a home and “mortgaging” a home so that it’s as if getting into a tremendous amount of debt means you own something.  You don’t own your home if your paying mortgage, the bank owns your home.  You have to find some way to maintain a steady stream of money coming in in order to feed that beast on your back.  Since most idiot middle class people don’t own any businesses their only bet to keep this monster satiated is to voluntarily enslave themselves into fulfilling the whims of some corporate master.  This makes a mortgage a liability instead of an asset.

I hate my chains, I want to get out.  I will gnaw my way out of them if it fucking kills me.

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