… that don’t have stocks?!" is what he stuttered after having overheard something on the news about the financial crisis.
I’m not really outraged by this statement, although I’m intrigued by what he means by this. It started to make me think more about the type of mindset that would utter this great exclamation of our time.
I’m also wondering if there’s even a small majority of people here that agree with this sentiment… that people who don’t own stocks are not “real” people? If you need examples, don’t hesitate to ask.
Then I started thinking about “real” Virginia. But these words were spoken well before the news started headlining with it lately.
So obviously something is up in the psyche of people who interpret what they don’t associate themselves with, as not real.
What is up with that?