Why would B&H promote this??

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Marek M Contributing Member • Posts: 937
Re: Why would B&H promote this??
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lilBuddha wrote:

Marek M wrote:

mamallama wrote:

Marek M wrote:

mamallama wrote:

That is true for those who can pay for everything they need at the moment.

For some others, sadly, not so much.

They should work on their needs. I do not buy things that are not priced for me. I have not had any debts for many many years.

Good for you. You sound so proud of yourself in letting us know that you have been debt free for many years.

Absolutely. It is very fitting in a downright silly discussion of a credit card interest at a camera store. We are not talking basic needs here. We are talking about needs that can be easily suppressed.

For various reasons, some are not as fortunate as you no matter how hard they work on their needs.

Fiscal irresponsibility would be number one. There are surely many cases of hardship, circumstances beyond control. But most, I venture to say, are not.

You obviously have no concept of how being poor works.

You have no clue.

I started at the bottom, new language, new country, no friends, no relations.

Fiscal irresponsibility is not the number one cause of poverty by a long shot.

Poverty has nothing to do what is discussed here. What we are discussing is camera store, with high value purchases. How did poverty get into this?

Being born poor is the number one cause of poverty. The myth of upward mobility being only an application of will is ignorant.

There are enough examples on both sides of the argument to void both yours and mine assertions.

Granted , multiple children are not a helping cause.

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