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Please remind this post. I want to send a message to the Mind's higher ups. #freedaisyhogg

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Alright guys... I really hate to do this but I'm in a spot where I have no other choice: I had to call up my dad to pick me up from here as soon as he can. I really need your #help right now because I have to move out of this relationship I have been in for almost 10 years. The man I was living with became less and less reliable while I was practically trapped in a hamster wheel trying to resolve my debt that also kept me from finding my own home. I have no day job at the moment which is why I desperately tried to make art as a business work. Having to admit this publicly honestly makes me feel like a failure. So if anyone of you ever considered commissioning me, then doing so would help me a lot. If you are not capable of doing that, please tell friends, coworkers and family maybe they are interested. I also have Merch on Redbubble if that is something you may be interested. I hate to beg for money without giving something back, but if there is something I can do for a donation I would be extremely thankful. Thanks for your attention, take care. A bit of a Late Edit: DAMN so much interaction with this post Oo I guess I will have to sort the incoming requests and if 10 slots are full I will have to close commissions. Thanks a TON to everyone sharing, liking and supporting this post. I didn't think this post could blow up THIS much.

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Dr. Friedman speaks on the morality of capitalism. The question is irrelevant. Capitalism per se is not humane or inhumane; neither is socialism. If we compare the two in terms of results, it is clear that only capitalism fosters equality and works toward social justice. The one is based on the principle of voluntary cooperation and free exchange, the other on force of position and power. In a free economy, it is hard to do good; you either have to use your own hard-earned money to do it or work hard to persuade others to your course. But by the same token, it is difficult to do harm because by preventing a concentration of power, capitalism prevents people from committing sustained, serious harm. Is capitalism humane or inhumane? It is neither. But it tends to give free rein to the human values of human beings.
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Please remind this post. I want to send a message to the Mind's higher ups. #freedaisyhogg

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Alright guys... I really hate to do this but I'm in a spot where I have no other choice: I had to call up my dad to pick me up from here as soon as he can. I really need your #help right now because I have to move out of this relationship I have been in for almost 10 years. The man I was living with became less and less reliable while I was practically trapped in a hamster wheel trying to resolve my debt that also kept me from finding my own home. I have no day job at the moment which is why I desperately tried to make art as a business work. Having to admit this publicly honestly makes me feel like a failure. So if anyone of you ever considered commissioning me, then doing so would help me a lot. If you are not capable of doing that, please tell friends, coworkers and family maybe they are interested. I also have Merch on Redbubble if that is something you may be interested. I hate to beg for money without giving something back, but if there is something I can do for a donation I would be extremely thankful. Thanks for your attention, take care. A bit of a Late Edit: DAMN so much interaction with this post Oo I guess I will have to sort the incoming requests and if 10 slots are full I will have to close commissions. Thanks a TON to everyone sharing, liking and supporting this post. I didn't think this post could blow up THIS much.

COMMISSIONS ARE Currently Closed, sorry

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Dr. Friedman speaks on the morality of capitalism. The question is irrelevant. Capitalism per se is not humane or inhumane; neither is socialism. If we compare the two in terms of results, it is clear that only capitalism fosters equality and works toward social justice. The one is based on the principle of voluntary cooperation and free exchange, the other on force of position and power. In a free economy, it is hard to do good; you either have to use your own hard-earned money to do it or work hard to persuade others to your course. But by the same token, it is difficult to do harm because by preventing a concentration of power, capitalism prevents people from committing sustained, serious harm. Is capitalism humane or inhumane? It is neither. But it tends to give free rein to the human values of human beings.
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