Universal Basic Income (UBI): A History
Basic income is a concept that has existed in various forms, under various names, since the days of the Enlightenment. Political economist Philipe Van Parijs defined basic income as “an income paid by a government, at a uniform level and at regular intervals, to each adult member of society. The grant is paid, and its level is fixed, irrespective of whether the person is rich or poor, lives alone or with others, is willing to work or not.”
@LuigiEsq fuxk this. It's been a while since I've hated a post of yours, good job I guess
Luigi I will kill you for this one. I will put you in the ground
to whiom it may concern,
i amn writing you to apply for the position of "jr. bitch" at Jackass, Dickwad & Jerk. i am a diligent and hardworking cog who can turn multiple times without cracking, chipping, or exhibiting any signs of ware. i am also passionate about my career, and advancing it. these unique skills will allow me to adeptly fulfill my lesser bitchly duties at your firm.
thank you for your consideration.
In 2000, we were able to identify the Standard Model relationship with the confirmation of the existence of "Waluigi".
Some have proposed the Supersymmetry Model; I say this model does not go far enough.
What I am proposing is a radical paradigm shift from even just a generation ago: with the confirmed existence of Gooigi, the entire model as we've known it was thrown into disarray.
The String Theory Model attempts to reconcile that which we know to be true, and that which we do not yet know.
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