If we're all NEETs couldn't we all live together and collect our money together to buy food. If 3 of us lived in a house or an apartment and all 3 of us earned $700 a month, we would earn $2100 a month.
>robots masterminding diabolical plans now
>if we rob a million people and each person had one dollar we are millionaires
It is my birth right, as a human being, who wanted not to be born in this world, who wanted to maybe be born to a bourgeois family, who wanted to live a normal life, a little financial compensation so I can continue living on, and one day, for the money I've taken from the wagecucks, give back to society, be it through literature or leadership.
but the only reason I want to be a NEET is because I want to be alone
I don't mind working really, being around other people is the problem
This may seem like an inconvenience for you to come on this board, maybe it doesn't bother you, you work "hard" hours for slackers, and maybe this post, for if you are reading it, and reply, is an inconvenience for you. Remindingn yourself that believing you live a genuine, and more "authentic" life than those who have given up, making you the strong one, to give pity amongst the "weaker" ones. The weak ones may show ignorance towards you, but remember, all of the hardships of life are mostly from your self-conscious self, it's an inconvenience for you to be upset, in other words, FUCK OFF YOU DAMN WAGESLAVE AND GIVE ME MORE TENDIES.
There's no such thing as a free lunch, bud.
Take pride in it, but you're a leech and nothing more. Without me, you'd starve.
Also, 700 a month is fucking poverty tier dude.
I earn about 5000 a month
So 1/3rd of my day is worth seven whole people's lives? That's cool.
I like my job, my commute is short, I'm bound to get promoted because I'm young, and I still have free time in the evenings on weekends AND I'M STILL worth seven people.
Feels good man.
You must consider with those 7 lives, your life does not pause them. Reading upon the maize left behind by those who came before, and like >>26131134, taking those numbers into consideration you're worth 2 military dogs, how does that make you feel? Life is my oyster, I am on a constant 24/7 vacation
Lol, and what do you do with your '24/7' vacation? Sit in your room?
In my spare time, I can afford to take classes, trips around the world, eat at nice restaurants, actually enjoy the finer things that life makes available (through work).
You sit on an image board and plot how to make your pittance of a leech salary into something more significant. All. Day. In. Your. Tiny. Room.
Plus, I make 60k now at 23. I'm bound to hit six figures before 35, so I'll definitely be worth more than those military pups in the long run, and unlike him I'm not disabled.
Work isn't that terrible, it's a part of life.
>Lol, and what do you do with your '24/7' vacation? Sit in your room?
I read literature (I referenced Marcus Aurelius two posts ago, I don't expect you to know that though lol!)
In schooling, my GPA was 3.9/4, nearly perfect. I am smarter than you on every level, you feed me your paste, and in the long run, I am a published author, have all the free time in the world, have fans, and you, in your little cubicle, have nothing.
I read all of Shakespeare back in high school. I doubt you're smarter than me because you would've figured out basic finance and realize that working offers much higher returns.
Also, being published on kindle does not count as 'being published'.
My "disability" is that I bullshitted on a cognition test after getting hit by an IED and they diagnosed me with TBI
Then I told a psychologist I have nightmares where I'm back in Iraq, which is true but in my nightmares I forgot to sign a PMCS or something and I get yelled at. So I got diagnosed with PTSD.
I'm fine with slightly worse than normal hearing. Going to college. Graduating in May. Got a job lined up with my county where I'll start making $40k, which isn't a ton but if you scale up my $36k/year I make to an actual taxed wage it's about $45k. So making the equivalent of 85k out of college with a little hard of hearing is a pretty nice life tbqh
>I read all of Shakespeare back in high school. I doubt you're smarter than me because you would've figured out basic finance and realize that working offers much higher returns.
>Also, being published on kindle does not count as 'being published'.
Saying your life is "better" because of the amount of financial compensation you receive is one-sided. I am more "free" than you, yes, I know that no human alive can ever be "free", I enjoy my life to its fullest potential, I have no stress, and I love my life. Can you say the same?
My book is on shelves.
Stress is easy to deal with if you're above the age of 20.
Work sucks somedays sure, but it's always worth it when I buy plane tickets somewhere very nice. I would feel trapped and helpless being confined always to the same little scrap of land somewhere.
Stress is never easily handled past any age
You feel as though you are trapped when you are at a place you are familiar with, but feel free with a place you are not? Your mind is not open, you see things at face value, you have much to learn my son
Yes. Being stuck in the same place makes you aware of your routine, travelling forces you to experience new perspective. It's a chance to reinvigorate your brain.
It's the reason you use for being so opposed to working, but you don't apply it to your tiny room and routine little life.
Lel, get real son. It's called moderation. It's healthy in life.
A little work, a little reading, a little travel, a little fine dining, a little romance, a little exercise makes me much happier than:
Stuck in room all day, no money, no opportunities, only books.
You may as well be homeless. All those bums do is hang out at public libraries all day, and they're not the "le enlightened intellectuals" you claim to be.
There and there.
You're leeching off your parents. Your fun little things in life would not be possible without their support. When they die, you will have nothing.
Doesn't change the argument inherent to your shitty posts, this is 4chan - where quotes are loose and ad hominem.
If you've devolved to semantics tho, that means to me you've given up.
Enjoy your books and only your books for the next 50 years of your miserable life.
FIFTY WHOLE YEARS. It's a long time. Think of all the hours you'll have rotting by yourself while the rest of us get on with life.
They make tons of money tho, they don't mind supporting me
>it wouldn't be possible without them
We agree, so what?
>it's going to end
It's not, I'm going to inherit a lot of money
It's a well known fact that NEETs hate other NEETs, they remind them of how pathetic their kind are. NEETs like to escape from their difficult reality and surrounding themselves with mirrors of themselves is probably something closer to a NEET nightmare