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#44
They better have paid for that shade. Nothing is free.


Well maybe if they didnt spend their money on drugs they would have enough to afford healthcare..


Of course not. They know you better than you know yourself. They know whats good for you.


All hail to the madman, great murderer, great Aryan.
Take all that you need. Take my life, my song, my breed.


The great seer.


You start them off so low that no matter how high they aim they stay on the bottom.


it might save your life under water, though...


Those who create the narratives create our reality. What do they want? to look out for you?


money, hoes, profit off of


this is how bad it has gotten


'Astronomical' Cost of War: Average US Taxpayer Sent $3,456 to Pentagon Last Year and Just $39 to the EPA



Science hinted that cancer patients could take less of a $148,000-a-year drug. Its maker tripled the price of a pill.
 
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This is actually in the run with the flat earth posts to be the most stupid Siccness post of all times...
Agreed. Socialism did not destroy Venezuela The US Led Economic War against Venezuela did. Namo just trolls to troll though, he probably doesn't even have a clue about the US strategy for Venezuela for decades.
 
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Well maybe if they didnt spend their money on drugs they would have enough to afford healthcare..
I'm not understanding what income has to do with most of these ailments. I have arthritis from football and car accidents, money can't fix it. Things like strokes and heart disease etc are often genetic so income doesn't really have anything to do with that. I think it was the radio DJ Big Boy who lost a shit ton of weight. It didn't take hundreds of thousands of dollars for him to fix that problem. He just started walking. Alot. He also started buying and eating vegetables at the dollar store. Alot.

I agree priorities seem warped, but it's not the governments job to steer the wheel. The government exists to take money from the people and grow government by taking more money from the people. It can't do that by fixing things. That's up to the people, who caused these problems in the first place.
 
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I'm not understanding what income has to do with most of these ailments. I have arthritis from football and car accidents, money can't fix it. Things like strokes and heart disease etc are often genetic so income doesn't really have anything to do with that. I think it was the radio DJ Big Boy who lost a shit ton of weight. It didn't take hundreds of thousands of dollars for him to fix that problem. He just started walking. Alot. He also started buying and eating vegetables at the dollar store. Alot.

I agree priorities seem warped, but it's not the governments job to steer the wheel. The government exists to take money from the people and grow government by taking more money from the people. It can't do that by fixing things. That's up to the people, who caused these problems in the first place.
Yes, there are always outliers. If you recall, I don’t believe in much free will. I believe we are more environment than free will.

Why don’t people who are taught to hate themselves and made to believe the are sub human learn to put down the McDonald’s and pick up the celery? Self sabotage? Self hate? And why didn’t they learn from their parents to love themselves? Maybe because their parents are in the same boat.
 

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Hmm not sure if the siccness made the images small and unreadable as I am on my phone.
Will check when I am on a computer.

Anyway, Maslow believed that all neuroses are deficiency diseases of not having basic needs met.
I understand how the money gap would cause treatment issues, as far as the ailments occurring due to income though I don't believe the correlation is ther for the ailments occurring, statistically. We would have to break down categorically the cause of the conditions. Which were genetic, which were from substance abuse including pharmaceuticals, street manufactured drugs, tobacco, alcohol, etc., which were from food, which were from trauma events, which were from city water, which were from lead exposure, the list goes on and on. Also know how many people end up in poverty by not graduating from high school and not going on to complete a college education? Don't get me wrong, I am not saying every college graduate lives above poverty, and I am also not saying college is the only way to live above the poverty level. My point is many people keep themselves down. Many people choose to become drug addicts, many people choose to drop out of school, many people choose to commit crimes which lands them in the system. I live in a state that either is or is near dead last in education, but these people choose not to take advantage of even the bare minimum. I went to college with illegal immigrants who strive to be successful. These entitled American punks are getting out done by people who want better. People who want better and are willing to work to achieve better is who I respect.
 
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Yes, there are always outliers. If you recall, I don’t believe in much free will. I believe we are more environment than free will.

Why don’t people who are taught to hate themselves and made to believe the are sub human learn to put down the McDonald’s and pick up the celery? Self sabotage? Self hate? And why didn’t they learn from their parents to love themselves? Maybe because their parents are in the same boat.
Just read this post, very true. The difference is humans do have a choice. Unfortunately they often choose to not strive for better. This is often due to them not having the right mentors during brain development. Very few people are driven at an early age and know what they want to become and willing to put in the work to get there. As you said, they succumb to their environment. You know what though, there is nothing special about any of us who rose above our environments- every single one of us has that option- you just have to want it.
 
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I understand how the money gap would cause treatment issues, as far as the ailments occurring due to income though I don't believe the correlation is ther for the ailments occurring, statistically. We would have to break down categorically the cause of the conditions. Which were genetic, which were from substance abuse including pharmaceuticals, street manufactured drugs, tobacco, alcohol, etc., which were from food, which were from trauma events, which were from city water, which were from lead exposure, the list goes on and on. Also know how many people end up in poverty by not graduating from high school and not going on to complete a college education? Don't get me wrong, I am not saying every college graduate lives above poverty, and I am also not saying college is the only way to live above the poverty level. My point is many people keep themselves down. Many people choose to become drug addicts, many people choose to drop out of school, many people choose to commit crimes which lands them in the system. I live in a state that either is or is near dead last in education, but these people choose not to take advantage of even the bare minimum. I went to college with illegal immigrants who strive to be successful. These entitled American punks are getting out done by people who want better. People who want better and are willing to work to achieve better is who I respect.
Impoverishment is on many levels and not just money.
People who try to show you how nice their rims are, how many gold chains they are wearing, etc, are really making up for all the deprivation of esteem and whatever else, and in actually are exposing themselves to be internally impoverished.

Yes, the choice to change exist, but the will to choose a choice is not 100% up to the individual. Yes, 100% he is capable, but he is more focused on compensating for unmet needs (Maslow's), and every decision he makes is a striving to do so.


They grow up like their whore mothers because they are a product of that environment.
They keep themselves down because deep down they were never made to believe that they deserved more. Instead, they would rather gain self esteem by associating with their druggie peers. They are not comin out the projects talking about becoming the next Mark Zuckerberg(for the most part).


Instead, substance abuse is more of a byproduct of the lifestyle led by people of limited financial means. The indirect link is usually spread across many contributing risk factors, not just one sole cause. For example, a neglectful mother who is out of work and living in government housing with her child may pass on her tendencies toward drowning her sorrows in alcohol every day. This is both genetic and environmental influence.

In a nutshell, those with higher educations are less likely to be substance abusers. What does this mean for those who can’t afford an education beyond high school? A survey comparing high school seniors from 1981 and 1986 showed declining rates of substance abuse during the five-year period; however, the most significant decline was among students who had more educated parents — decreasing from 36.7 percent to 23.7 percent. Furthermore, the least significant change was among students whose parents did not attend high school — a mere 2.7 percent decrease from 25.4 percent to 22.7 percent.[4]

We’ve known for some time now that a history of abuse and neglect are risk factors for substance abuse later in life. Among reported cases of childhood abuse and neglect over a 10-year period, over 70 percent of them involved drug or alcohol abuse.[5] Adult substance abusers are 2.7 times more likely to be abusive toward their children and 4.2 times more likely to be neglectful.[6] What we also know is that this same history is more likely to occur in lower income households.

While the two separate incidences do not show direct causation, it is compelling enough evidence to consider the association between both abuse/neglect and low income/poverty as precursors to addiction. In fact, both combined may even further put someone at a predisposal for drug or alcohol abuse. In a survey of state welfare offices, 85 percent claimed parental drug and/or alcohol use and poverty were the top two problems in their child protective cases.
this stuff is really obvious
 
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Impoverishment is on many levels and not just money.
People who try to show you how nice their rims are, how many gold chains they are wearing, etc, are really making up for all the deprivation of esteem and whatever else, and in actually are exposing themselves to be internally impoverished.

Yes, the choice to change exist, but the will to choose a choice is not 100% up to the individual. Yes, 100% he is capable, but he is more focused on compensating for unmet needs (Maslow's), and every decision he makes is a striving to do so.

They grow up like their whore mothers because they are a product of that environment.
They keep themselves down because deep down they were never made to believe that they deserved more. Instead, they would rather gain self esteem by associating with their druggie peers. They are not comin out the projects talking about becoming the next Mark Zuckerberg(for the most part).

this stuff is really obvious
I am reminded of this spoken word by Black Ice
 
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New study in Arizona may substantiate in part what you're referring to:

Arizona study finds ZIP codes serve as indicator of community health

This study says the healthiest zip code in Arizona is in North Scottsdale, 85258

median income per capita for 85258 based on current census data:

85258
$77,892

Scottsdale
$76,543

Maricopa County
$55,676
 
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