Re: What do you think of this?
you are missing the point. All that stuff exists whether or not the person builds a business or not. That makes it irrelevant.
Irrelevant? How long would the business last without those things?
Everyone had the same access to that stuff, but only the one guy built the business. He was the one that made it happen.
He was definitely a big part of it. But not the only part.
BO's comment basically is inciting class warfare, and you know it.
No, I don't "know" it.
Interesting that you see class warfare in there, though. I never would have come up with that.
Sure society nominally helps, but that help is available to most/all. Only a few build a business.
And we could look at the ways to encourage more people to start businesses. Like Medicare for all.
I think we are getting a bit off topic, though . . .
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