i just read the rest of the thread
between blackwidowxr7's opinion on this, and trying to shut down the business underneath his apartment that kept him up at night, even though he moved in afterwards, reminds me of a friend i used to have. that friend would screw anybody over in the blink of an eye for the chance to make his own life the tiniest bit better. he would kick over a 10 year old's sand castle if that's where he wanted to sit.
blackwidow, if you truly do want to view things objectively, put yourself in the position of the owners of that nightclub that worked so hard to build what they have. think of the money spent and the sacrifices they probably made. think of the same things with this red bull case. to you, it might be simple to go to city hall to shut down a club so you can get better sleep at night, but to them, they're losing their whole livelihood. in the red bull case, some people are coming out 10 dollars richer, while red bull may have to raise their prices, or even lay off employees. is that really worth it? i don't think you would think so if you took a walk in the shoes of a real business owner.
money isn't that important man. of course it's essential in a lot of ways, but i'm happy in life right now. i don't need millions of dollars in my bank account to be happy. i guess that makes me an "idiot or liar"
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