Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by theworldismine13, Jul 22, 2014.
I'm sorry man. I just don't know where you're going with this.
Are you saying that rich folks shouldn't have to use the same entrances that we do? Or that if lawyers can argue some affluenza defense it's valid that we have a two tiered system?
The front entrance probably has more amenities like a doorman or concierge. Entrance to a gym or spa. shyt you gotta pay extra for.
And more than likely nothing in the front will be connected to the other sections, including the elevators. If they're smart that's how they would design the place
Dumb ass idea. Them rich folks about to be robbed by their neighbors :
Think about it though, if you had the money to live in a nice building do you really want to be in the lobby and see some single mother with 5 kids and a laundry bag? I know I wouldn't.
He's definitely a dirt-bag but he's being 100% honest. People with lots of money live a different lifestyle than people who don't, that's just the way it is. Who wants to come home and see a bunch of people chain smoking newports outside, littering, being obnoxiously loud, etc; Yeah not all lower-lower middle class people are like that but let's keep it a buck....people in the hood who get the means to better their situation can't wait to to get away from all that nonsense.
Whats the issue?
You really think that in 2014 all laws apply to everyone equally?
They don't have a door. They just imagine they're already in the building
The pitch forks came out because only a few people prosper.
Now, you have people who will never sniff a million dollars that will fight for the rich. Now if those same people kids were starving it would be a different story.
I don't see anything happening as long as the economy is thriving and people can buy iPhones.
They go in through the poor entrance and work from the Janitor's closet as their second job.
Good point, long as the masses can be satisfied with trinkets
The idea of even seeing non-wealthy people bothers you? Time to grow up, friend.
I know it's nice to see it from the poor people's perspective and whatnot but living in a building like that and having to see poor people would just ruin it for me.