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fffffffff39 OP wrote (edited )

for example (as a thing any reasonable person should be very angry at) something like 10% of kroger employees are literally like homeless and like a third either dont get enough or drastically do not get enough food. as they work at a mf grocery store. so idk dude id say: go be mad at that instead of an entirely hypothetical idea i wrote up on here late at night and just letting my mind wander.

just a really weird response to quite honest with you fam.

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fffffffff39 OP wrote (edited )

lol. well first of all without revealing identifiable information. im self employed. but due to everyone being broke as fuck right now due to this countries' governments' greediness, i unfortunately do not make nearly enough as i need to to sustain myself and i am an extremely frugal person. not sure whats wrong with welfare but im not on it anyway but thats besides the point. who cares if someone is on welfare. sounds like chud shit tbh

anyway your reading comprehension is utter shit as i said nowhere in this post anything about "lifting successfully". i was asking about sueing an overzealous LP and putting on the act of lifting not actually doing so though there is nothing wrong at all with lifting anyway because these companies steal from a) their employees first and foremost and b) from the cheap exploited labor overseas where their products are most often made because theyd prefer that to paying people here a living wage.

i dont really see how my question was self righteous. i am just personally sick of seeing all these innocent people fucked over out here and, were i successful in any kind of attempt to do something like this, id probably use somewhere in the range of 50-75% of whatever i gained, net (so minus court and lawyer and etc fees), as money put towards bail funds, groups that feed homeless people, mutual aid organizations etc. youre getting angry at the wrong person pal. if you see something wrong with what im suggesting here, then why are you even browsing this board in the first place.

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