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    [–] F1 2018 Classic Cars Reveal Trailer Uzinero 3 points ago in simracing

    There was an F1 2009 game, first F1 game Codemasters made, but it was only on PSP and Wii. Was the best F1 game that was made on the PSP imo and I really enjoyed it, but still always been waiting on getting the BrawnGP properly.

    [–] Sick of being surrounded by losers. Advice? Uzinero 1 points ago * (lasted edited 8 hours ago) in asktrp

    Cave in? It talking about a way of resenting people who have done nothing against me, I stuck with it even though I knew it probably wasn't a good way to think because I thought it was normal and that everyone thought that way, now I know it's not I can work on it. Isn't self improvement the most important part of the red pill?

    [–] How do I get banned from LateStageCapitalism? Uzinero 3 points ago in wallstreetbets

    Nope no ban, got a reply to a comment on my post like 5 mins ago too so that's weird.

    [–] [Serious Discussion] Is the stock market the ultimate form of socialism? Uzinero 23 points ago in LateStageCapitalism

    I don't see how it's against socialist to redistribute wealth to a random person of any background so...no?

    [–] How do I get banned from LateStageCapitalism? Uzinero 1 points ago in wallstreetbets

    Yeah I love it when a bot posts on a troll thread where it's been linked too from so everyone sees the original comment and realises it's a troll.

    [–] [Serious Discussion] Is the stock market the ultimate form of socialism? Uzinero 18 points ago in LateStageCapitalism

    Student loans, art majors are expensive and Starbucks doesn't pay it's workers a fair share of their labor. 😀

    [–] [Serious Discussion] Is the stock market the ultimate form of socialism? Uzinero 11 points ago in LateStageCapitalism

    But isn't the point that makes it such a great socialist system that instead of it being someone owning all the stocks in a publicly traded company that it's owned by many and therefore decisions will often be a matter of shareholder vote and the company will be owned in parts by several different people rather than one person getting enough shares to be considered a co-owner?

    [–] [Serious Discussion] Is the stock market the ultimate form of socialism? Uzinero 3 points ago in LateStageCapitalism

    For large companies which are largely owned by the bourgeoisie sure, but with small publicly traded companies that are at extremely low prices or even penny stocks is it not the case that the small business owner and his workers are more likely to see benefit from the additional funding they raise for these small businesses, as well as the lower pricing on these stocks allowing people from all kinds of financial backgrounds potential opportunities of investment?

    [–] [Serious Discussion] Is the stock market the ultimate form of socialism? Uzinero 11 points ago in LateStageCapitalism

    I see your point, but isn't it largely relative to the size of the company and price of the individual stocks for it? Stocks are shares so essentially people are sharing the company. Obviously it's difficult for people who aren't already rich already to invest in something like Apple or Microsoft with their extremely high share prices, but on the same basis aren't smaller companies which trade at a low cost and even penny stocks also available for everyone therefore allowing people from all kinds of financial backgrounds a fair chance at investing in and having a degree of ownership in companies?

    [–] [Serious Discussion] Is the stock market the ultimate form of socialism? Uzinero 2 points ago in LateStageCapitalism

    I see your point, but isn't it largely relative to the size of the company and price of the individual stocks for it? Stocks are shares so essentially people are sharing the company. Obviously it's difficult for people who aren't already rich already to invest in something like Apple or Microsoft with their crazy high share prices, but on the same basis aren't smaller companies which trade at a low cost and even penny stocks also available for everyone therefore allowing people from all kinds of financial backgrounds a fair chance at investing in and having a degree of ownership in companies?