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    (Original post by offhegoes)
    No, sometimes they are made up to justify persecution, discrimination and genocide. Many have a vague basis in truth, but the existence of a stereotype can mean a lot or it can mean absolutely nothing.



    How many are performed unecessarily each year?
    I don't know.

    I just said if we were to find the truth I think many would be shocked.
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    I don't know.

    I just said if we were to find the truth I think many would be shocked.
    At how few it is?
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    (Original post by offhegoes)
    At how few it is?
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    Nothing you have just said is new. I have said everything in my previous posts.
    Plenty of what I said hadn't been said previously. But nevermind, you're reading what you want into things not what is actually being said.


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    Plenty of what I said hadn't been said previously. But nevermind, you're reading what you want into things not what is actually being said.


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    Stop projecting, it's unbecoming.
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    I don't know.

    I just said if we were to find the truth I think many would be shocked.
    So you don't know, but you think many people would be shocked? Well, this leads to a couple of pretty spectacular conclusions:

    A) You believe that, whatever people think the number is, the true number would shock them. So you, not knowing anything about what the number might be, still consider that you are likely to know more than most people about the true number. Fascinating.

    B) Again, without knowing what the number is or what other people think the number is, you have speculated on all of this and still managed, without external influence, to make your judgement to be unsupported in your own mind. You have essentially already decided, apropos of basically nothing, that your view is a minority one.

    You may follow all, or none of those. Either way, congratulations. I am amused.
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    (Original post by offhegoes)
    So you don't know, but you think many people would be shocked? Well, this leads to a couple of pretty spectacular conclusions:

    A) You believe that, whatever people think the number is, the true number would shock them. So you, not knowing anything about what the number might be, still consider that you are likely to know more than most people about the true number. Fascinating.

    B) Again, without knowing what the number is or what other people think the number is, you have speculated on all of this and still managed, without external influence, to make your judgement to be unsupported in your own mind. You have essentially already decided, apropos of basically nothing, that your view is a minority one.

    You may follow all, or none of those. Either way, congratulations. I am amused.
    I have spent the last minutes looking through your post history.

    In German we have a word for people like you, Klugscheisser.

    Google it and have a good night
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    I have spent the last minutes looking through your post history.

    In German we have a word for people like you, Klugscheisser.

    Google it and have a good night
    You mean "klugscheißer", surely?
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    (Original post by offhegoes)
    You mean "klugscheißer", surely?
    Sorry, no.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%9F

    While the letter "ß" has been used in other languages, it is now only used in German. It is not used in Switzerland[2] or Liechtenstein.
    And since you can't have known I live in Switzerland,

    If no ß is available, ss or sz is used instead
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    Sorry, no.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%9F



    And since you can't have known I live in Switzerland,
    Well played
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    (Original post by offhegoes)
    Well played
    Have a good night mate.
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    Lack of caffeine - keep misposting.
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    Stop projecting, it's unbecoming.
    I'd say the same to you. Your rudeness also contributes to it.


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    Is this a good salary for my age? I live in London.
    seeing as the avarage is about £30,000 it's a little short
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    especially when you consider at one point a couple of years ago i was offered a £80,000 a year luxury retail role but it was in fashion rather than jewellery, watches or cars so i declided it and am making a decent amount from my company that estimated to grow if i keep working 1,000% by 2020 so i'll go from average of £28,000 a year to £280,000 before tax
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    seeing as the avarage is about £30,000 it's a little short
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    especially when you consider at one point a couple of years ago i was offered a £80,000 a year luxury retail role but it was in fashion rather than jewellery, watches or cars so i declided it and am making a decent amount from my company that estimated to grow if i keep working 1,000% by 2020 so i'll go from average of £28,000 a year to £280,000 before tax
    Where did you get the £30k figure from?


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    (Original post by J-SP)
    I'd say the same to you. Your rudeness also contributes to it.


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    People usually find those rude that show them their shortcomings. I'm ok with that.
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    (Original post by J-SP)
    Where did you get the £30k figure from?


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    a book on entrepreneurship and marketing in london i was reading with facts and figure and that was published in 2009 with that figure that was virtually impossible to live in london for less than £27k and be doing good if you made £33k+ with £30k as a mid-point benchmark
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    People usually find those rude that show them their shortcomings. I'm ok with that.
    You're proving my point - I'm ok with that too.


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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    seeing as the avarage is about £30,000 it's a little short
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    especially when you consider at one point a couple of years ago i was offered a £80,000 a year luxury retail role but it was in fashion rather than jewellery, watches or cars so i declided it and am making a decent amount from my company that estimated to grow if i keep working 1,000% by 2020 so i'll go from average of £28,000 a year to £280,000 before tax
    If you are talking about London, then the figure is about £35k these days. But that's the average for everyone in London.


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