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Philosophy Comedy Club, with Karl Marx


If you think poor people are poor because they were too stupid to invest in property...you might be bourgeoisie.
If you think that without entrepreneurs no one would bother to do any work...you might be bourgeoisie.
If you think "freedom" means having more power to boss around your employees...you might be bourgeoisie.
If you think the person who should get credit for a new technology is the guy who hired people to make it...you might be bourgeoisie.
If you think the people on welfare are the ones sponging off society...you might be bourgeoisie.
If you think the "homeless problem" is that if there are too many of them around it lowers property values...you might be bourgeoisie.    
If someone asks you what you do for a living, and you describe your investment portfolio...you might be bourgeoisie.
If you think poor people are poor because they were too stupid to invest in property...you might be bourgeoisie. If you think that without entrepreneurs no one would bother to do any work...you might be bourgeoisie. If you think "freedom" means having more power to boss around your employees...you might be bourgeoisie. If you think the person who should get credit for a new technology is the guy who hired people to make it...you might be bourgeoisie. If you think the people on welfare are the ones sponging off society...you might be bourgeoisie. If you think the "homeless problem" is that if there are too many of them around it lowers property values...you might be bourgeoisie. If someone asks you what you do for a living, and you describe your investment portfolio...you might be bourgeoisie.
Philosophers in this comic: Karl Marx
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