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Cashless society ( pros and cons)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by catlad, 5 Oct 2021.

  1. johnny2007

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    Still asking for evidence of opinions.
    What a nutcase you are.
     
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    Or... simply the last banknote in Andy's hand is taken to the bank.
    So R&C would've been the last to exchange cash for goods/services from Andy.
    End of your "loop".
    I know, it's difficult...
     
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    Correct there will be one other. But they'll be a bank, and a bank isn't a person. (y)
     
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    cashew nuts would become ew nuts
     
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    Quite possibly (though most of my posts could also qualify :ROFLMAO: ;) ), but most people will want to deny it because they have unconciously tacitly agreed to or even actively encouraged the loss of their own freedoms and the destruction of our country and society as we knew it.

    However, as usual, it's far easier to fool someone than to convince them that they've been fooled.
     
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    EVIDENCE, PLEASE!
    EVIDENCE!
    EVIDENCE!
    EVIDENCE!
     
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    Don't you start! :ROFLMAO:
     
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    True, but out of courtesy I don't like walking away saying "don't worry about it, I'm sure it'll go through!".

    Pint. Cash. Done.
     
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    I think what gas is saying is that people are going to be in debt whether we have a cash or a cashless system. The rest of his posts are fluffed out with supposition and bluster.
     
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    Those quoted by andy11 are all facts which different parties see from a different angle, their opinion.
    For example, the shyt that we import from china is the result of our industry being sold to them.
    Correct me andy11 if this is not what you meant.
    Some think that without chinese cheap rubbish we wouldn't cope, some others think that buying British/European/Japanese/US (non chinese anyway) is always convenient in the long run for themselves and the economy.
    The only evidence that you can provide is the fact, FACT, that a lot of things that used to be built in uk are now built to subzero standard by china, with full support from certain politicians and the sheep who buy cheap and buy a dozen.
     
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    I'm going to be the last person using CASH !!!
     
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    Interestingly, if you look again youll see that I didnt challenge any of that.

    What I did do and what you think ignoring will make go away, was to ask him, given his objection to communism, if a government having and using the power to stop commercial companies from having things made abroad or buying components or sub-assemblies or raw materials abroad is a defining characteristic of a capitalist system and not a communist one?
     
  15. I heard that line before.....
     
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    Mudding waters as usual.
    Communism... Capitalism... what difference does it make if you buy chinese shyt instead of british made products.
    It's cheap, innit!
    It's a fact that British industry is dying because it's been sold to china.
    Go out of your cell and look around you, no more factories.
    Is that evidence enough for you?
    In their place now you find dormitories that sheep call "home".
     
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    No you won't! Even if I have to mug you. :ROFLMAO:
     
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