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PC LOAD LETTER: I do, and often, and it's graffitti'd up and busted industrial crap, much of which is abandoned. Or you can see the lovely slums of NJ and Philly, none of which have changed since the 70's.If this shows me the state of the US economy, then we have been in a depression for my entire life.
NewportBarGuy: Yes, because the future is near the railroad tracks. F*cking idiotic.
moulderx1: What's a train?
JesseL: It's amazing how many people still believe that you can have a functional economy without basic industry. Service industries are important, but they don't create wealth.It's arrogant to think we can just perpetually let the third world handle all the dirty work while we sit back and skim off the cream and expect the world to sit in awe of our imagined monopoly on handling all the less physical creative stuff.
Rindred: NewportBarGuy: Yes, because the future is near the railroad tracks. F*cking idiotic.Yeah, because clearly, manufacturing wouldn't require any direct access to rail transport. You can just deliver scrap iron and finished industrial products by dogsled and bicycle courier.
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