Minimum Security by Stephanie McMillan

Minimum Security

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  1. Ronnie 'Starman1948'  Thompson

    Ronnie 'Starman1948' Thompson GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    Great artwork! Keep it up!

  2. mattro53

    mattro53 said, almost 3 years ago

    You and banjo should see my daughter’s artwork. It’s on the fridge’ and a higher quality.” Really? Prove it by posting a sample as your icon.

  3. mattro53

    mattro53 said, almost 3 years ago

    “Unions greed forced manufacturing to other countries.” Is that the best you can do? Pathetic! Manufacturing went to countries where labor goes for pennies an hour and regulation is mostly non-existent. You’re right (finally-right about something) about greed. It was corporate and shareholders’ (i.e.., the rich) greed.

  4. Olongapojoe

    Olongapojoe GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    Again you can always quit. Until their population is equal to the number of jobs wages will always be low.

  5. Norman Baron

    Norman Baron GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    One thing that hasn’t been discussed much is credit. Before the early part of the past century there wasn’t much in the way of consumer credit. If you wanted something you saved your money until you had enough to buy it, forked over the cash and took it home. In many countries if you want to build a house you construct it a piece at a time, as you can afford to do it, until the house is finished. That way no exorbitant interest paid to the bank (making the house cost about 2.5x its purchase price). Prior to the introduction of consumer credit inflation was relatively flat, since its introduction inflation has gone straight up and banks, credit card companies, and other lenders have gotten filthy rich while the rest of us are busting our butts to pay for stuff we bought and probably didn’t even need, 4 – 6 years ago. The sub prime mortgage mess came about largely because of people being led down the garden path into houses that they thought they could afford until the variable rate mortgage that they had on the house went higher and higher until they had no choice but to turn turtle and go to the bottom. I didn’t take any economics classes in college, preferring a mix of literature and science instead, so don’t hold me to any of the above.

    As an aside to Olongapojoe — do you live in or are you from Olongapo? You can answer privately on my e-mail: if you would like.

  6. mattro53

    mattro53 said, almost 3 years ago

    Why would I need a therapist when I’ve got you for comic relief? BTW, the most common trait of millionaires is that their parents are rich. You could look that up if you were willing to read anything that challenges your foolish prejudices.

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