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2023.06.01 11:12 USS-INDIA Rare Gases Market Global Trends, Growth Status, Forecast Till 2029

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2023.06.01 10:49 Agreeable_Outcome890 Trying to work for DD

Thinking about doing this for the first time. I'm looking to make at least $50 a day. Is this possible and also is it worth it right now with the gas prices? Am out in Phoenix.
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2023.06.01 10:34 WhosJery Advice and Opinions on a used '22 Tundra Limited

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Looking to get into a 22 limited tundra and this one has caught my eye for a while. Price, mileage and the trd package with a pano roof is great.
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Any advice or opinions? Is it awful, should I wait, better price?
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2023.06.01 10:28 Kittym0nkey Wall Streets Next Big Play(WSJ)

Wall Streets Next Big Play(WSJ)
Wall Street’s Next Big Play Is Garbage
Landfill firms are investing in trash-gas production and recycling technology
By Ryan Dezember and Will Feuer May 28, 2023 at 9:00 am ET
The green push by the U.S. and state governments is turning trash into treasure and boosting the firms that handle America’s garbage.
Shares of the biggest players in the U.S. trash business, Waste Management and Republic Services RSG -0.26%, have traded at record highs since President Biden signed the climate, tax and healthcare bill in August. A recent decline notwithstanding, the stocks are popular picks on Wall Street to ride the sustainability boom higher.
“They’re sitting in this extraordinary position,” said Michael Hoffman, an analyst at investment bank Stifel. “Garbage will be on the forefront.”
Efforts to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and to reuse materials are making it more profitable to mine landfills for energy and sift through refuse for the hot commodities of the green economy, such as detergent bottles and cardboard boxes.
WM and Republic are building plants to isolate methane from the fumes emitted by rotting garbage and pipe it into the natural-gas grid to be burned in power plants, furnaces and kitchens. They are also equipping recycling facilities with the latest in automation to better sort and process materials for the consumer-goods companies that are under pressure to keep their packaging out of landfills and the ocean.
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Landfill owners are forecasting hundreds of millions of dollars in additional profit from rising demand for recycled materials and tax incentives for making energy from emissions that would otherwise seep into the atmosphere.
“We’re blessed to be sitting right in the middle of a megatrend,” Republic Chief Executive Jon Vander Ark said. “We used to think about getting 5% top-line growth a year; now we’re in double-digit top-line growth mode.”
Republic, which has 206 active landfills, has a joint venture with a unit of BP to install gasworks at 43 of its dumps. The Phoenix firm has 65 landfill-gas plants. Some feed utility pipelines. Others generate electricity on site.
Republic is also spending about $275 million to build four polymer-processing facilities that will sort the plastic it collects curbside and turn it into flakes for new bottles and jugs.
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Vander Ark said consumer-product companies face minimum post-consumer-content mandates in California, Washington and other states, as well as their own sustainability goals. Republic’s first plastics plant is scheduled to open later this year in Las Vegas. Customers lined up.
“There’s fighting among customers about who gets what,” Vander Ark said.
Analysts say one risk is that adding exposure to volatile markets for commodities and renewable-fuel credits might spook investors interested in the steady and predictable profits involved in dumping garbage into landfills. Executives say the sustainability businesses are supplementary and moneymakers even when commodity prices are low, like now.
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“Yes, there’s a year-over-year impact, but recycling is still profitable,” said Tara Hemmer, WM’s chief sustainability officer. “It still is one of our highest return-on-capital investments.”
WM, which operates more than 250 landfills, is in the second year of a four-year plan to spend $1.2 billion adding 20 trash-gas plants as well as $1 billion expanding and automating its recycling business.
The Houston company expects new and upgraded facilities to increase its recovery of reusable materials 25% by 2025. Having machines do the dirty work also cuts labor costs, executives say.
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WM expects enhancements to its recycling facilities to increase its recovery of reusable materials. Photo: Waste Management A lot of hard-to-fill jobs will be replaced by optical sorters, which use infrared cameras to spot valuable materials in the jumble and blow the desirable bits into separate bins with pinpoint puffs of air, Hemmer said.
“In the past we might have had mixed-paper bales that had cardboard embedded in them,” she said. “Now we’re able to pull more of that cardboard out, it goes in the cardboard bale, and the price point on cardboard is much higher than mixed paper.”
WM says the blended commodity value from its automated material recovery facilities is about 15% higher per ton. Not only do the machines amass more of the valuable stuff, the company says the material emerges cleaner and can fetch more than messy bales.
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The recycling investments will add $240 million to its bottom line over the next four years, WM says. It has higher expectations for its gas business.
WM says it will boost landfill-gas output eightfold and generate more than $500 million in additional earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization through 2026.
That profit forecast assumes two prices associated with every million British thermal units of gas. WM is counting on the actual fuel selling for $2.50, which is lately about the price of gas from geologic wells. Another $23.50 is anticipated from renewable-fuel credits, which is in line with recent trading, according to energy-information firm Platts.
The outlook doesn’t count the $250 million or more of tax credits WM expects for building new gas plants.
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Last year’s climate bill sweetened the economics of trash gas. A federal proposal to offer additional credits for biogas projects that produce power for electric vehicles could make the incentives even stronger.
Waste-company executives and analysts say that many are worth building anyway and that the incentives make it economical to install gasworks at smaller, less-gassy landfills.
“Landfill gas is essentially the only scalable biofuel that doesn’t have a food-for-fuel trade-off,” said Goldman Sachs analyst Jerry Revich. “These projects don’t need any subsidies, but they will take the free money.”
Write to Ryan Dezember at [email protected] and Will Feuer at [email protected]
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2023.06.01 10:14 Low_Literature_1885 Please help - a van crashed into our home!

England - A van crashed into our home 4.30am Tuesday, chasing someone on a bike who had stolen tools. The bike was clipped and the van went through our front door metres away from our bed. The driver immediately reversed out (causing further damage and potential collapse) and attempted to grab the detached bumper.
New 20mph signs have been painted on the road, however the force of the crash has split bricks and created severe cracks across the entire property. The van went through the garden wall, the front doohallway and produced cracks in the internal bedroom wall. It ripped the electric metre out of the floor and the gas also cut out but luckily the gas pipe stayed intact.
After days of assessment on the property, during which we were out on the street as the property was deemed structurally unsafe, it has been decided that the property is not able to be lived in for a few months.
We currently rent this property, and have met with our landlord/insurance company. The insurance can cover another property at a like-for-like price. For 4 years we have paid £435 p/m, which is unreflective of the current rental market. Insurance claims we can either continue to pay £435pm to our landlord and they will house us in a hotel room with no kitchen and poor wifi (I wfh and need high speed internet, this would increase our food bills dramatically), or we can stop paying our landlord for the duration and pay rent at the new property, meaning our rent doubles each month, plus paying for new deposits, estate agent fees, removal vans, potentially storage space, etc.
As this incident was not our fault, it seems ridiculous that all of this botheextra cost is on us, and I'm confident that as the driver of the van was solely responsible (driving recklessly) surely he is accountable for the upheaval of our lives/subsequent costs?
My partner's lung collapsed 2 weeks ago and he is supposed to be recovering at home with no stress/exercise - as you can imagine this is not what has happened. I'm worried how this is affecting his health, we really need some advice/answers. Thank you
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2023.06.01 10:01 TightAsF_ck Octopus Energy Opens Up 50k Spots on the Tracker Tariff Today Visual Comparison of Octopus Energy Tracker Tariff and Flexible Octopus (Government Cap Tariff)

Today, the Octopus Energy Tracker tariff opens up to 50k people as part of Octopus' ongoing beta programme.
The tracker tariff currently allows people to save ~50% on the cost of gas and electricity. This is a special tariff that tracks wholesale energy prices each day. Yes - the rate changes every day. The tracker rates are currently cheaper than the government cap. However, on this tariff rates could go up. And they could go up above the government cap.
I switched to this tariff to benefit from the cheaper rates back in January. But have always been worried about the possibility of rates going above and beyond the government cap. If this happens, people on the tracker tariff may wish to jump back to the government cap.
Elsewhere on Reddit, we made a visual dashboard that updates each day with the latest prices to keep an eye on Tracker prices and compare the cost to the standard government tracker tarrif (Flexible Octopus).
The idea was to alert us to the day that a switch back might be needed! It was posted here on UKPF too.
However, the first iteration of this relied on Google Sheets and Google Looker, and occasionally lost access to the data. A more reliable version of the tracker comparison can now be found here:
It shows:
Hopefully people will still find it useful.
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2023.06.01 09:56 Sufficient-Swim-7879 How would you solve inflation in the UK?

It is not as high as other countries, for sure, but still stubbornly high. Interest rates are set to rise again.
Here is my take on what the great british public think, from various pundits on early morning tv shows and LBC.
Some say don’t give in to the unions and raise pay as that will bake in inflation. Some say that has no impact and wages should rise in line with inflation.
Some say introduce price controls on big business as they have record profits and can afford it.
Some say raise the top rate of tax to 50% to fund public sector workers and stimulate the economy and tax the big oil and gas until they can take no more.
Some say take the Liz and Kwasi scorched earth approach and cut tax to grow the economy.
So, if you were invited on the Jeremy Vine show or Iain Dale on LBC, what would you be advocating for?
One thing I wonder, why can’t the UK do stimulus like the US does without causing further inflation?
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2023.06.01 08:55 ChemAnalystdata First Quarter of 2023 in North America Sodium Bromide Prices

In the North American market, the Sodium Bromide Prices observed a mixed pricing trend in the first quarter of 2023. The market sentiments for the product were in positive territory in the first month of Q1 2023 amid increased production rates and a surge in demand from the downstream oil and gas drilling industry. In the next two months of Q1, the market prices of Sodium Bromide plummeted owing to weaker demand in the downstream oil and gas drilling industry and suppressed inquiries from domestic as well as international market participants. Amid looming inflationary pressure, uncertainties regarding the economy and the collapse of two banks in the US resulted in a weaker consumer demand outlook.
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2023.06.01 08:34 AdLogical2086 Los Angeles May Implement New York-style Congestion Pricing Toll
From the Los Angeles Times
Merging onto the Santa Monica Freeway at rush hour or along the infamously choked Sepulveda Pass could carry a price for Angelenos — and a promise. The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is expected by the summer to release a long-awaited study that will offer a blueprint for a congestion pricing scheme similar to ones in cities such as London, Stockholm and Singapore, where commuters pay to drive in city centers. The transit agency has zeroed in on three locations for a possible test program: a nearly 16-mile stretch of the 10 Freeway between downtown and Santa Monica, arterial streets and freeways around downtown and the canyon streets and freeways that connect the San Fernando Valley to the L.A. Basin. Details of the plan — including pricing, the technology and projected revenue — are still being ironed out. But Mark Vallianatos, who is overseeing the feasibility study at Metro, expects the agency will make its findings public in the coming months, with a vote by the board early next year. The pilot project will include subsidies for low-income drivers and carpoolers and funding that would create alternatives to driving solo. Years in the works, the plan promises cleaner air, smoother rides and more funds to the agency’s coffers in the future. Studies show it could reduce harmful air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions by pushing more commuters to use public transit, while making roads less hellish for those who pay to use them. “It’s really about making it easier for those who drive to get where they need to go faster, more reliably,” Vallianatos said. The pilot program is part of a larger push among major cities to rethink how to deal with traffic that eats up commuters’ lives and pollutes communities as vehicles creep along. California has been quietly setting the stage for road pricing for years. Caltrans recently hired someone to oversee roadway pricing on its routes. And the Biden administration has set aside millions to fund a pilot program that charges drivers by the mile. The Federal Highway Administration is preparing to seek nominations for an advisory committee that will help establish the parameters for pilot programs. Still, it will be a difficult sell for drivers accustomed to free roads and for the politicians who represent them. Proposals to cordon off certain parts of the region to paying drivers or charging people for miles driven have provoked political backlashes elsewhere. Earlier this month, the Federal Highway Administration gave tentative approval to New York’s first-in-the-nation congestion road pricing plan, intended to fill financial gaps. Transit officials there say the technology to run a program could be up by next year, but opponents have threatened to thwart efforts. In San Diego, a plan to charge users per mile traveled was killed amid political opposition. And in the Bay Area, transit planners iced a downtown congestion plan after the pandemic emptied out the city center, although another study to charge for using major Bay Area freeways is underway. But perhaps nowhere in the United States would it be as consequential as in car-centric Los Angeles, the land of the SigAlert and the birthplace of the freeway, where commute times, traffic collisions and gas prices play large in the daily consciousness. The region sprawled, but no matter how much roadway it built, the snarl of traffic caught up with it at every turn. In Los Angeles, people spend an average of 95 hours a year stuck in traffic, according to Inrix, a transportation analytics firm. That’s not as bad as some more urbanized cities such as Chicago, where people lose 155 hours a year, but the slog is still acutely felt. Along the 5 Freeway southeast of downtown — ranked the second most congested corridor in the nation, commuters regularly traveling it lose 127 hours — or more than five days of their life — every year in traffic. On the 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass, drivers motor along at 16 mph during the evening rush hour, an even slower pace than before the pandemic. On an average day, more than a quarter of a million motorists drive through the Sepulveda Pass, according to data from the California Department of Transportation.
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2023.06.01 08:31 redflower5 Some non-tippers really make me mad.

At times I’m a proponent of having empathy and compassion for certain types of non-tippers. Like for grocery delivery for example, there are some people (elderly/disabled/low income/single moms, etc.) who badly need the service but simply can’t afford to tip on top of the exorbitant fees. Everyone needs groceries—but not everyone is able to go to the store.
For DoorDash though? I have a lot less patience. THIS is a luxury service.
I delivered to this 20 something woman earlier today. It was about a 16 minute trip each way (32 minutes total). Fancy coffee drinks, and she appeared outdoors with her dog to meet me. I was super friendly, thanked her and wished her a good day, etc.
Come to find out just now she didn’t tip.
What is wrong with some people? We’re working our asses off to maintain our cars, pay for gas, spending our valuable time doing a job that they don’t want to do themselves. And With these expensive orders they can’t even cough up a minimum of 3-4 dollars for the one person in their supply chain who stands to lose the most resources? With the price of gas around here (CA) I probably lost money on that delivery. People are so entitled and cheap.
I can’t afford to tip either. I can’t even afford to eat out. I can barely afford to keep my car running to do my job. For DoorDash specifically, I say if you can’t afford to tip, you can’t afford the service. Period.
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2023.06.01 07:58 Majesty1337 guess gas has gone up just a bit

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2023.06.01 07:39 ivychen300 Natural Bleaching Earth Infarctiont Market Size, Share, Development by 2023

LPI (LP Information)' newest research report, the “Natural Bleaching Earth Industry Forecast” looks at past sales and reviews total world Natural Bleaching Earth sales in 2022, providing a comprehensive analysis by region and market sector of projected Natural Bleaching Earth sales for 2023 through 2029. With Natural Bleaching Earth sales broken down by region, market sector and sub-sector, this report provides a detailed analysis in US$ millions of the world Natural Bleaching Earth industry.
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EP Minerals
PT. Dwi Karya Bentonit Indonesia
20 Microns
UGA Group
Ashapura Group
Taiko Clay Marketing
Minerals Technologies
Musim Mas
The W Clay Industries
Segmentation by type
Food Grade
Industrial Grade
Segmentation by application
Oil & Gas
Food & Beverage
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2023.06.01 07:33 ivychen300 Impact Wrenches for Automotive Infarctiont Market Size, Share, Development by 2023

LPI (LP Information)' newest research report, the “Impact Wrenches for Automotive Industry Forecast” looks at past sales and reviews total world Impact Wrenches for Automotive sales in 2022, providing a comprehensive analysis by region and market sector of projected Impact Wrenches for Automotive sales for 2023 through 2029. With Impact Wrenches for Automotive sales broken down by region, market sector and sub-sector, this report provides a detailed analysis in US$ millions of the world Impact Wrenches for Automotive industry.
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The main participants
Apach Industrial
Chicago Pneumatic
DEWALT Industrial Tools
Dino Paoli
Ingersoll Rand
Milwaukee Tool
Rami Yokota BV
Segmentation by type
Up to 2000 Nm
2000 Nm to 4000 Nm
Above 4000 Nm
Segmentation by application
Auto Repair Shop
Car 4s Shop
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How do SImpact Wrenches for Automotive Infarction market opportunities vary by end market size?
How does SImpact Wrenches for Automotive Infarction break out type, application?
What are the influences of COVID-19 and Russia-Ukraine war?
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2023.06.01 07:01 AutoModerator Monthly megathread: Discuss quick frugal ideas, frugal challenges you're starting, and share your hauls with others here!

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  1. Frugal living: Moving into a school converted into apartments! 600/month, all utilities included
  2. Follow up- my daughter’s costume. We took $1 pumpkins and an old sweater and made them into a Venus Flytrap costume.
  3. Gas bill going up 17%… I’m going on strike
  4. I love the library most because it saves money
  5. We live in Northern Canada, land of runaway food prices. Some of our harvest saved for winter. What started as a hobby has become a necessity.
  6. 70 lbs of potatoes I grew from seed potatoes from a garden store and an old bag of russets from my grandma’s pantry. Total cost: $10
  7. Gatorade, Fritos and Kleenex among US companies blasted for 'scamming customers with shrinkflation' as prices rise
  8. Forty years ago we started a store cupboard of household essentials to save money before our children were born. This is last of our soap stash.
  9. Noticed this about my life before I committed to a tighter budget.
  10. Seeds from Dollar Store vs Ace Hardware.
  11. I was looking online for a product that would safely hold my house key while jogging. Then I remembered I had such a product already.
  12. Using patterned socks to mend holes in clothes
  13. My dogs eat raw as I believe it’s best for them but I don’t want to pay the high cost. So after ads requesting leftover, extra, freezer burnt meat. I just made enough grind to feed my dogs for 9 months. Free.
  14. What are your ‘fuck-it this makes me happy’ non-frugal purchases?
  15. Where is this so-called 7% inflation everyone's talking about? Where I live (~150k pop. county), half my groceries' prices are up ~30% on average. Anyone else? How are you coping with the increased expenses?
  16. You are allowed to refill squeeze tubes of jam with regular jam. The government can't stop you.
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2023.06.01 07:01 saasfin Futures Market Today

how does the futures market look today
SPY, Euro, Gold, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Corn
Futures (

The S&P futures price is an indication of market sentiment and investor expectations about the future direction of the stock market. A higher S&P futures price generally indicates optimism in the stock market, suggesting that investors expect the stock market to rise in the future. Conversely, a lower S&P futures price may indicate pessimism and suggest that the stock market may see a decline. However, it is important to note that the S&P futures price is only one of many indicators used to predict the stock market activity, and it's not always accurate as it depends on various factors that can influence the market.
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2023.06.01 06:43 contentcreat Innovative Pool Heating Technologies: Exploring the Future of Warmth

When it comes to pool heating, technological advancements are continuously pushing the boundaries of what's possible. Innovative pool heating technologies are emerging, offering homeowners new and exciting ways to keep their pools warm and inviting. In this article, we will explore some of these cutting-edge technologies that are shaping the future of pool heating.
  1. Heat Recovery Systems: Heat recovery systems utilize the waste heat generated by various processes, such as air conditioning or refrigeration, to warm the pool water. These systems capture the heat that would otherwise go to waste and transfer it to the pool. By harnessing this unused energy, heat recovery systems offer a highly efficient and sustainable pool heating solution.
  2. Geothermal Pool Heating: Geothermal pool heating utilizes the natural heat stored in the Earth to warm the pool water. This technology involves installing underground pipes that circulate a fluid, which absorbs the heat from the ground and transfers it to the pool. Geothermal pool heating is known for its energy efficiency and eco-friendliness, making it a promising option for environmentally conscious homeowners.
  3. Advanced Solar Heating Systems: Solar pool heating has been a popular choice for homeowners seeking an environmentally friendly solution. Advances in solar heating technology have led to more efficient and effective systems. Innovative solar heating systems now feature improved solar collectors that can capture and transfer more heat from the sun to the pool water. These advancements make solar heating an even more viable and attractive option for pool owners.
  4. Hybrid Pool Heating Systems: Hybrid pool heating systems combine multiple heating technologies to maximize efficiency and flexibility. These systems integrate different energy sources, such as solar, gas, or electric, to provide optimal heating performance. By combining the strengths of each technology, hybrid systems can adapt to varying weather conditions and energy availability, ensuring consistent pool temperatures throughout the year.
  5. Smart Pool Heating Control Systems: With the rise of smart home technology, pool heatingcontrol systems have also become smarter and more intuitive. These advanced systems allow homeowners to monitor and control their pool heating remotely through mobile apps or home automation platforms. Smart control systems can adjust temperature settings based on weather forecasts, energy pricing, and pool usage patterns, optimizing energy usage and ensuring a comfortable swimming experience.
  6. Efficient Heat Pump Technology: Heat pumps have long been recognized for their energy efficiency, and advancements in heat pump technology have further improved their performance. Innovative heat pump designs now incorporate features such as variable speed compressors and advanced heat exchange systems, allowing for even higher efficiency and precise temperature control. These advancements make heat pumps an increasingly popular choice for pool owners seeking energy-efficient heating solutions.
In conclusion, the future of pool heating is being shaped by innovative technologies that prioritize energy efficiency, sustainability, and user control. Heat recovery systems, geothermal heating, advanced solar heating, hybrid systems, smart control systems, and efficient heat pump technology are among the emerging technologies that offer exciting possibilities for pool owners. As these technologies continue to evolve, pool heating becomes more environmentally friendly, cost-effective, and customizable. By staying informed about these innovative options, homeowners can make informed choices to ensure their pools remain warm and enjoyable all year round.
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2023.06.01 06:42 BeggarWild A breakdown and response to MHR: Legacy's video about the problems with anti-capitalism. Debunking "Debunking Every Anti-Capitalist Argument Ever"

To start off, the identification of the core ideas (Scarcity, Human Behavior, Time, Value Scales, "Psychic income", Utility, and Labor Vs Leisure, The Market, ERE or "Market Equilibrium") are relevant. But I would like to touch on those topics.
Also I would like to point out the hostility posed by the maker of this video. He starts off by insulting Socialists and declaring them stupid and incompetent.
First, scarcity is just straight forward. It is just based on the definition of the concept.
Human behavior should have been identified as variable and unreliable.
Time is also strait forward. Should be noted it is the most valuable "resource".
Value scales needed to be recognized as always arbitrary and unevenly represented. No two people value the same thing the same exact way because we all live different lives.
"Psychic Income" is not great concept inherently, it feels like an arbitrarily defined term.
Utility, should have just been as simple as the given definition, but in my opinion was misrepresented.
Then, for the relationship between Labor and Leisure. One that can be observed to be complimentary. They are opposites in nature. But this was also misrepresented, and continues to be by capitalism. First off, the idea that leisure is a good is a inherently exploitative view. It is one that makes sense in the context of Capitalism. In order for the means of producing capital to grow, the availability of labor in order to produce that capital must be adequately represented and even growing itself. But that is where we run into a problem. Humans only live so long and have only so much energy. We cannot reasonably meet the demand of the market itself, to provide enough labor to allow the endless growth needed to sustain capitalism. That is where the idea that leisure is a good that need be traded or bought falls apart. It suggests that the inherent state of existing is that of work. That of ones life is to contribute to the ever growing economic system. This is greatly contradicted by human behavior. To assume that the ground state of existing is work is a naive and unappreciative point of view that looks at humans as little more than machines built to serve the economic leaders. I don't want to sound to rash, or to discredit myself, but that sort of mentality reminds me of slavery.
The point made in "The Market" section is one of the greatest argued points against capitalism. Simply put, under Capitalism, the marketer (One who sells) wants the most profit and therefore wants to sell the least product for the highest price. But the representation of the consumer is false. Indeed most might want goods or services for as cheap as possible. But indeed, consumers do not mind reasonably valuing things if they understand the labor, effort, and time put into making a good or providing a service. To assume that the consumer is just as 'greedy' as the marketer is an unfair assessment.
Finally, "market equilibrium", I cannot lie, I have never understood this concept. I am willing to admit this. The idea of a 'market equilibrium' just does not seem possible, or at least maintainable, under the guidelines of Capitalism.
"anti-communist propaganda anyone"
Ok, the supposed "conversation" depicted, is one I have been a part of many times. This argument is valid.
To go back to the idea of 'human behavior', humans, we, have the choice to do what we want. The idea that because charity exists and that some people do want to help others is not a fair assessment. Just because I have a lighter and a jug of lighter fluid doesn't mean I will start a fire. Though there may be opportunity, that does not guarantee that someone will follow through and take advantage of that opportunity. To depend of the whims of one or few people, who control the majority of the capital in an economic system, to fairly redistribute that capital is another naive perspective held by many capitalists. Humans are unreliable, and in a system that depends on greed to function, one cannot expect people to be charitable.
The second point is insubstantially forced. The idea that capitalism always breeds innovation and will ultimately benefit everyone is just not true. For one, Capitalism is inherently amoral (not concerned with moral disposition) there is no right or wrong in capitalism. At least not beyond growing capital. As long as someone is growing the economy and expanding their capital, they are doing Capitalism right. So to assume that everyone will act within generally agreed upon moral values while functioning within the bound of Capitalism is poor judgment.
What is said about the minimum wage is just a dysfunctional way to look at people lives. Like I touched on with the idea that leisure is a commodity, to believe that the well being of others is at a conflict with the goals of the market feels as though it should speak for itself. But, when it comes at the detriment to others lives, the system does not work. Not for humans its doesn't. We are more than just a means of production, and the lack of this kind of understanding is why capitalism isn't healthy.
This man needs to take statistical analytics, the fundamental principal misinterpreted with the "Post hoc" idea, is literally the concept of the difference between correlation and causation.
Simply put, things can occur in relation but that does not mean that they are intrinsically linked.
He is trying to use this argument to disprove studies that have been done to support the minimum wage.
Being one of the three main lies, statistics can not be used as an end all be all. However, what else do we have. From what I have learned from briefly studying statistics. There isn't much else we have. As long as the statistics are being conducted with the scientific method in mind, and as long as they are used fairly. This sort of counter argument does not hold. If it did, then one could use it to discredit any sort of statistic out there.
"Capitalism causes war", same thing, correlation not causation. Humans have been fighting in wars since before capitalism was even an idea. More wars were fought before its inception. But that is not to say that capitalism is peaceful. To an amoral person, any end may justify the means.
Capitalism does not inherently clash with utilitarianism. However, it may be used, and abused, leading to fewer people benefiting from the system. For example, I would like to use the concept of interest. To preface, all Capitalism is a 'zero sum system' (A system in which the net change in total capital in any given system of trade never changes) this is mostly true, but government interference does change this fact. But it stands to function best in a zero sum system. So, interest. When you take out a loan, you are trading money for money, you are given money, and you will give the same amount of money back. Zero sum. No change. But due to the motivation to make a profit, the person giving you the loan puts interest on the loan. So when you pay them back you are paying them more money than they gave you. This is viewed as a way to eliminate risk for the loaner. This is not the reality. Because the system is zero sum, while the loaner gained money and made a profit, you lost money because yo had to pay more money than you were given. Given this system, one person can profit off of the exchanging of money for money. But because the system is zero sum, that money is being taken from people. If the loaner were to do this with more people, they could grow their capital, they would individually profit off a deficit created between these transactions. This is how, although it doesn't have to be anti-utilitarian, there is no inherent requirement, under the guides of Capitalism, for the loaner to redistribute their capital.
Inheriting fortunes goes against the idea that the wealth will be redistributed. If, over and over, wealth is held by a singular entity, there is no guarantee that it will be redistributed. It allows the collection and withholding of capital from the masses.
Labor, resources, and time are fair determinants for the value of a good or a service. Currency is an arbitrarily valued substitute for either.
Ones sole existence is not defined by the labor that they provide. Yes it is an exploitative system. It does not account for the well being of the laborer.
It is a fallacy that we could possibly own anything beyond what we make with our own to hands. Unless we agree to define what we own based on terms that equally benefit all who contribute.
Then he just repeats himself, trying to justify the exploitation of the laborer.
As it touched on before, Capitalism runs a zero sum system. If the goal is to profit, then marketers can charge whatever allows them to make the most profit without considering the consumers. There is not requirement to reasonably price any good or service, beyond the regulatory fluctuation of demand, and the need to at least break even.
There does not need to be a winner or looser, but there is no accountability.
I'm sensing a bias here...
Ah yes, the monopoly. I cannot conceive of a world where any form of fascism is beneficial to the masses.
The problem with Capitalism is that is does not restrict the marketer from growing so large as to control the whole market, as long as capital is growing they are doing everything right.
If not required, a company will do whatever they can to maximize profits, if that means that they do not pay their employees enough, there is nothing that capitalism does to stop that.
Yes, people will hoard their wealth. Because the system does not require the redistribution of wealth, as long as one wishes it, they may keep as much of their earned capital as they please.
"taking advantage of disasters by raising prices of 'rare' goods", I wonder where I have heard that before. Oh yeah, investors pulling out of oil companies because of the war in Ukraine, this caused the oil and gas companies to hike the prices so that they could continue to make a profit. He talked about the government, but the government is a separate entity from the Capitalist market. And like with other situations, Capitalism does not do anything to regulate these oil and gas companies. They are free to do what they must to maintain a profit. Even to the detriment of the consumer.
Automation is not a bad thing. If the economy had safe guards in place, such as a Universal Basic Income. Then people would not have to rely on having a job to survive and thus would not have to worry as much about automation.
The competitive nature brought about by capitalist sentimentality drives a line between people and nations. The idea that we must compete instead of work to gather assumes that we do not share goals. It is a harsh reality that drives us to such things as war. The arbitrary value of goods and goals has put people against each other for reasons only petty.
Isolationism is civilizations suicide.
Anarchy, the free mans dream. Is not a functional state of being for a society. It opens the door to fascism or other exploitative or power hungry regimes.
Capitalism is literally "Profit over people". Again, many points I have gone over explain this. Even though the system doesn't actively promote this kind of sentiment. It is not one that is restricted either. If it does maximize profit, why not abuse and exploit your workers.
It is not necessarily a "war against all" but Capitalism does promote competition, and the kind of "at all costs" mentality. This can lead to a "war against all" scenario.
Capitalism does in fact promote materialism and consumerism. The so called "degeneracy" comes from the "at all costs" mentality that is promoted by Capitalist values.
I have already discussed the idea that Capitalism treats people like machines. But I must reiterate that when you set the precedent that work is the basis of existence and leisure is a commodity that must be bought or earned. It reflects such an idea.
It is not necessarily that there are commodities that people require help to pay for, it is that there are certain commodities that may seem immoral to build a market around once a certain level of scarcity is lost. Mainly this would pertain to such commodities that provide us with the necessary resources to survive. After a certain level of scarcity is lost, as is the situation in today's world, it feels arbitrary, petty, and unnecessary that we still deem these resources marketable. Such as problem could be subverted with something like Universal Basic Income, where the resources remain in the market, but the means of acquiring such resources is opened up to the masses. Though in such a situation, the necessity to profit would need to be removed from such resources to prevent the exploitation of the entity providing the income to the people.
I agree with the point that being a "free rider" is not a problem. It is the mentality to view life as a competition that holds us from working together and growing as a society.
I will be discussing my own conclusion here.
The truth of the matter is that capitalism does work. However, while it is a system that functions and does work well to achieve its own set goal, such a goal, that to endlessly grow the economy and capital there of, is not a goal that reasonably can coexist with the nature of humans lives. We may trade, and value things. But as it stands, while we grow technologically, we outgrow the competitive mindset, that can lead to innovation, but ultimately leads to the separation and isolation of us as a species. Furthermore, Capitalism fails to account for the well being of people and expects more from us than we can reasonably provide.
With that I am done critiquing this critique of the anti-capitalist. This video was well structured but poorly represented. Each argument was not properly argued, and the true nature of Capitalism was never really discussed. Thank you for reading.

Read the damn post.
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2023.06.01 06:31 Blowmi69 If the price of gas keeps going up we'll have to boycott gas on Wednesday from 1 to 2 nobody buy any gas

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2023.06.01 06:25 RedditTTIfan The new guy (ratchet) joins the team...

The new guy (ratchet) joins the team...

Just picked this up at the Depot yesterday, 1/4" standard reach. Got at the $150 kit price (with 2.0 MO) in one of the one-day sales about a week ago, was waiting for it to get to store.
I haven't used it for anything yet but my initial impressions out of the box, in the car, were:
-The body before the ratchet head is rather large bulky compared to the rest of the tool.
-The tool feels really natural in the hand. With the battery on it's nearly perfectly balanced and doesn't feel heavy or like it would induce too much fatigue.
After comparing to the rest in the picture...
-TBH compared to the Milwaukee (2557) that "bulky" section is really about the same as the whole M12 tool, but the Ridgid is skinnier through the handle/grip.
-With the 2.0 battery on it, and a 2.0 M12 battery on the Milwaukee, the Ridgid is very slightly heavier (about 50-60g) but it actually feels lighter in the hand. W/o the batteries on them, the Ridgid is indeed lighter--~900g compared to ~1100g for the 2557.
-Free spinning it's significantly faster than the Hercules. How that plays out under load is a different story but it's a brushless 18V tool vs. a brushed 10.8V so not really a question there. The Herc is very good bang for the buck on sale/discounted but you can see I haven't had it long as it clearly doesn't have much use.
-After these comparisons, in the hand the Ridgid is hands down, as I initially thought, the most natural feeling. It's a tool that "feels comfortable" immediately. By contrast the head-heavy M12 seems like a pain (and TBH it is at times when you're underneath a car lying down, and holding it up above you). The Herc is extended which is great sometimes but not that much of the time--it's rather awkward to use an extended reach ratchet when you don't need it. Honestly probably a purchase I didn't need to make but I'm sure one day I'll be real glad I have it!
I'm looking forward to using the Ridgid though, because I think I will like it a lot!
Oh and as for why is that oddball JobMax there. As many know there was once a JobMax ratchet attachment which soared to ridiculous highs on eBay (and somehow remains there) after being discontinued. I do not have that attachment and somehow it still costs more than I paid for this whole ratchet kit lol. But just to show a size comparison. The JM is not all that much bulkier than the ratchet but the thing is the ratchet is already absolutely as bulky as you want it to be, so the JM being bigger shows the ratchet is a worthwhile improvement.
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2023.06.01 06:22 Blowmi69 Today's point of view

If gas prices keep Going up I'm the schedule a boycott on gas and everybody at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon nobody buying a gas one o'clock to 2 o'clock
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