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Re: Workers Paradise. /Political rant.
On Mon, 16 Sep 1996 07:37:17 +0200 (MET DST), Anonymous wrote:
>> The thing about _traditional_ charity, of the religious or community sort,
>> was that it was not treated as an "entitlement," as something the resentful
>> masses could "demand" as part of their "human rights."
> There's no substantial difference between their resentful whining about
>their rights and your resentful whining about your rights - except maybe
>that you whine more.
Last time I checked, tcmay has never insisted that it is his right to have
something I worked for. . .
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