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kingarthur - 2011-02-21

Five for evil. Can CNBC kindly remove capitalism's dick from my ass? OH? That's opportunity I'm feeling then? Oh ok.

Anaxagoras - 2011-02-21


Xenocide - 2011-02-21

It's always tense when CNBC and MSNBC get together at family reunions.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-21

I don't get it either. How can NBC be behind socialist charlatans like Maddow and Olbermann yet put on an awesome promo like this.
And for all you haters hating on capitalism. You're like the anti-science Christians who diss science while using the wonders science gave them. Like them you diss Capitalism using fast tiny computers, and internet service brought to you by capitalism.

SolRo - 2011-02-22

Yes, the internet and computers are from capitalism.

Or maybe the internet is from a government defense project and billions spent on laying lines that private companies didnt want to.

And whoops, computers are too, first created to calculate artillery arcs.

You on the other hand ARE capitalism...stupid, delusional and self-absorbed.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-22

The military laid the ground work for the internet, but capitalism is what gave it to the people, and made it fast. Capitalism is what made computers faster, smaller, and user friendly.

Ghoul - 2011-02-22

Socialism gave us the Polio vaccine. Money doesn't inspire altruistic acts.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-22

I'm not against altruism. But in most cases altruism doesn't make the world go round. Its that drive to make a buck. Whether you love it or hate it, its the best thing there.

phalsebob - 2011-02-21

Capitalism is a great story, but so is The Hobbit.

Anaxagoras - 2011-02-22

The Hobbit has a better ending; much more believable.

Knuckles - 2011-02-22

Facebook, iPads, and Starbucks: more important than anything else in human history

Cena_mark - 2011-02-22

Capitalism also inspires the fields of science, medicine, art, literature, ect. Quit trying to sound edgy by hating on Capitalism.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-02-22

You've been posting a lot lately. I take the Coasties booted your sorry ass out?

Konversekid - 2011-02-22

I think you mean: Science, medicine, art, literature, ect. inspire Capitalism to join in their spoils, because they can be financially lucrative. Quit trying to sound edgy by loving on Capitalism, Cena.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-22

I'm still in the CG. I'm just in "A" school right now. It leaves me with time for the web.
Capitalism inspires advances in all those fields. You think Shakespeare would have written if it wasn't for money and women?

Ghoul - 2011-02-22

Before the creation of a barter system, cavemen were still scoring large amounts of cave-pussy. Capitalism has had no influence on feminine reproductive desires.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-22

Actually Drool it does. In fact chimps exchange fruit, meat, and even grooming for sex. Proving that prostitution truly is the world's oldest occupation.

Ghoul - 2011-02-23

Guess what Penis_Mark? Bonobos engage in sex for nearly any reason you could imagine. The sex isn't bartered for, traded for back massages, or otherwise earned. They are hardwired for sexual relations. You could say that the bonobo is nature's little socialist sex machine.

Ghoul - 2011-02-23

Before I forget, Shakespeare wasn't reverred as a great force of creativity in his own lifetime. Its sort of important to note that the famous artists that we all know and love from our highschool textbooks never achieved fame or great wealth while they were alive. Also, there are plenty of scholars that believe that William Shakespeare was a homosexual, so there goes the whole woman thing too.

Additionally, most graffiti/street artists create because they feel the need to share a message, or perhaps they simply wish to irritate libertarian John Cena fans by destroying public property. They seek no payment, wish to remain anonymous and very often their art is temporary.

glendower - 2011-02-22

Reality is just like that movie the Pursuit of Happiness: If you try hard enough, you can become a rich stock market trader. This is an important fact to convey to the 43.6 million poor people in the United States.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-22

Wah, wah, wah the poor poor pitiful poor. This might make me sound like a jerk, but you know what? Fuck'em.

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