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Chet Ruminski Wrote:
"For instance, you are always talking about "good wages" ; someone put that into your head; that is called programming."
Dutch, Demanding good wages is not a figment of my imagination sparked by a subliminal suggestion of a propagandist. I have observed for over 60 years the pain and suffering caused by big business and big money trying to stifle wages, break unions, hinder safety and destroy human rights. That is blatantly obvious and if it is not obvious to you I suggest you reevaluate the conditions of the working poor. Denying the working poor got Trump elected president.
I can see hackers accessing data but changing the words in a web sight to produce a subliminal message without the owners of a web sight discovering the alteration is a far stretch. It is probably an idea put forward by companies trying to get funding to fight hacking.
Chet, sorry to say, as I said all along; good wages are coupled to plenty of other things; good wages on itself is not an issue.
There are plenty of people who earn 200K but find that not a good wage for what they do; ask people in Walmart may they say it is not an good wage, but could not get an better paying job. So it totally depends from what position you look at it. Therefore bringing it up all the time does not affect or change the world we live in. In any society there are poor and rich.