Message from Blood in The Right Server #chat

2017-09-28 08:07:52 UTC  

It's like how diet sodas suck - you can't put your finger on why they taste so bad, but they just do

2017-09-28 08:07:59 UTC  

@Fusion I'll take a small batch cream soda with cane sugar any day.

2017-09-28 08:08:00 UTC  

@futurestorms imagine if corporations could put addictive chemicals that would make you want to purchase said soda and consume it in a very alarming rate, regardless of health concerns to you, you think they would not if they could? there motive after all is profit

2017-09-28 08:08:11 UTC  

@Blood well the the government handles the perogatives that the constitution delegates to the government, so it's only the government's responsibility to protect the rights of coporations just as any citizen's rights are protected. It's not the government's job to regulate them

2017-09-28 08:08:14 UTC  

the chemicals in diet sodas are known to directly cause cancer

2017-09-28 08:08:22 UTC  

>addictive chemicals

2017-09-28 08:08:33 UTC  


2017-09-28 08:08:35 UTC  

They already have that

2017-09-28 08:08:44 UTC  

it's called cigarettes.

2017-09-28 08:08:50 UTC  

@Blood Good. Wish i thought of it. No one is holding a gun to my head saying 'drink it, NOW'

2017-09-28 08:08:59 UTC  

Personally think cigarettes have no purpose.

2017-09-28 08:09:03 UTC  

@Clonemasterâ„¢ 6.41 first of no, the constitution does not mention protecting corporations, also what kind of biases shit is, "protecting them " but not "regullationg them"

2017-09-28 08:09:04 UTC  

the gov't subsidized research programs that would make addictive fattening chemicals easier to produce and cheaper to purchase than regular sugar

2017-09-28 08:09:13 UTC  

The tobacco in them could be used for poultices instead of smoking.

2017-09-28 08:09:23 UTC  

Yeah, aspartame etc are disgusting.

2017-09-28 08:09:29 UTC  

Taste wise.

2017-09-28 08:09:36 UTC  

its literal cancer

2017-09-28 08:10:19 UTC  

Give ol' future that sweet siren song known as sucrose.

2017-09-28 08:10:20 UTC  

@futurestorms you think people that smoke cigs dont want to stop? do they say "hey its not like someone is holding agun to my head"

2017-09-28 08:10:53 UTC  

corn syrup is cheaper to purchase than sugar

2017-09-28 08:10:53 UTC  

there are chemicals in the cigs that make it extemely hard to quit

2017-09-28 08:10:55 UTC  

@Blood Don't care. You make the choice. They supply it. Supply and demand.

2017-09-28 08:10:56 UTC  

if we were to raise the corporate tax and lowered income tax, it would allow for citizens to as a whole earn more money than corporations do

2017-09-28 08:11:11 UTC  

@Blood the government simply has no role in anything to which it's not afforded by the constitution. That's the way the government is structured.

2017-09-28 08:11:13 UTC  

Reminder, though, that initially people made the decision to start smoking

2017-09-28 08:11:19 UTC  

it doesn't matter if the corporations leave or not, largely because the demands that they would fill would be open for new companies to fill

2017-09-28 08:11:20 UTC  

@futurestorms also what about monopolies in which a single corporations controls 80 to 90

2017-09-28 08:11:36 UTC  

of the product

2017-09-28 08:11:40 UTC  

and sugar is already addictive

2017-09-28 08:11:48 UTC  

90% of television is controlled by 6 corporations

2017-09-28 08:11:49 UTC  

Cig smokers are literally cancer, they chose to start, they choose to not stop, and they whine and bitch every step of the way

2017-09-28 08:11:54 UTC  

pm me if you need roles

2017-09-28 08:12:03 UTC  

or mods

2017-09-28 08:12:10 UTC  

sugar has a different effect than cornsyrup and aspartame

2017-09-28 08:12:17 UTC  

much different

2017-09-28 08:12:19 UTC  

what choice do you have when a small group control most of the "choices"

2017-09-28 08:12:22 UTC  

@Blood Free market system. If i had a company and a mega conglomerate wanted to buy it, well my ship just came in!!!

2017-09-28 08:12:29 UTC  

who wants mod

2017-09-28 08:12:34 UTC  


2017-09-28 08:12:42 UTC  
2017-09-28 08:12:48 UTC  

@futurestorms right and then they can influence gov with all that money