Saeko wrote:That would be because of the options available to you....
Well of course! But even if the options for you were as much free water as you could gulp, it doesn't change the fact that you would be willing to pay whatever you could afford for that water had you been dying of thirst just five minutes prior as compared to swimming in a fresh water lake.
Lets not over complicate this, value changes based on YOU and price reflects this value in a market where supply exists to meet demand.
That water has some nebulous minimal
value is only because humans need it to survive; however, like anything else, this can be attributed to human nature, without which, we wouldn't have economic considerations to examine in the first place.
Saeko wrote:Cuckoldry because you're letting your wallet get screwed by the owning classes and loving it.
This is a loser's take on the market, Whether i become an off-grid farmer, an entrepreneur, a chef, or a prostitute is based on my ability to market what I got to those willing to pay for it.
If you are letting others fuck you in the ass in the open market, that is your own failure, but don't mistake the success of others in this market as mere naivety as if the cynicism that has resulted from your own shortcomings somehow makes you an economic sage. It doesn't.
I have not failed to get what I want in life and that is because of the decisions I have made in the market and the guiding Grace of God.
I have yet to regret a single decision. If that makes a cuck, so be it....gimme dem rolled up dollar-bill cocks, pulsating with dimes and pennies.
Saeko wrote:You simply accept whatever the market offers and hope that things will magically work out for you
I control my marketability, I decide whether I want to take out a loan, I decide what I want to buy and how much I am willing to pay for it.
What about this is tough for you? If you sold yourself into some sort of serfdom at a BDSM toy store, thats pretty well your own problem.
Saeko wrote:You are apparently not even capable of conceiving the idea that the market is just another thing to be dominated, that you are a part of it, and that others are dominating you through it.
Oh, I do, but that domination is matter of Will and goals. I have goals and they cost something, the question is whether I have the will to accomplish it.
The proof is in the pudding.
I have won what I wanted in life, I'm sorry if you haven't, but blaming that on capitalism is a scapegoat, not an argument.