$600 won't even get you a PS5. Money is a completely abstract concept in the top 1%. It's like selling air to people. Back in the classic Christmas movie "The Hard" (or in German, Die Hard), the hero tried to steal 600 million from a corrupt multinational corporation, and it almost seems silly now that so much pushback occurred in the process. The Nakatomi Plaza, which was destroyed in the process (in the process of construction, as the top levels were incomplete) was probably insured. And if the Nakatomi Corporation had receipts for the stolen and destroyed items inside the building, they would have been covered as well. One thick skull guy, who was probably The (titular) Hard, decided to shot up all of Hans Gruber's merry men, making the film a kleptocrat's revisionism of the Robin Hood tale.
Moe, as long as you and M are coming with, I’ll blow my money at the nudie bar.
Can't, Tarzan and I have some serious jacking off to do.
If I pay for Tarzan’s tab at the nudie fun house will you guys tag along? I’m sure he would have a lot of fun there.
You can’t eat gold.
This was an episode on House, where one patient was being poisoned by his wife, who would put gold shavings in his cereal bowl. Heavy metal poisoning is a real thing. I think that's how we lost Electric Grave.
those blackwater fucks got a pardon.
Well, and the other assholes too.
If we’re going to use that logic then the American people bear the ultimate blame. We elect these people, after all.
Perhaps, but I think it is a slightly different logic.
The people who voted for him the first time get some level of plausible deniability.
But after what happened in Ukraine, there can be no excuse.
So let’s hold to fault the one half of the electorate who voted for him in 2020 and blame the other half who didn’t urge their elected officials to do something about it.
I’d like to see all the legislators who acted as nothing more than Trump lap dogs voted out of office.
Edit: At this point I guess I’m just getting $600?