If someone wants to make the decision not to get an education or trade training that will increase their marketable value and they are happy with the outcomes of those decisions, them great for them. If they are happy with their career and lives, then great for them.
But, don't make those decisions and then sit around bitching about what you don't have and what others (who made different decisions) do have.
You're going off on a tangent here. The guy responded to the accusation of being a MD drinker by touting the healthier Lipton Diet Green Tea, so I was showing him what a quality healthy green tea product looks like. It had zero do with price or tea sophistication. If drinking one of the milder "beginner " and "economy" tea makes me not high up is the tea drinker hierarchy , I think I'll be able avoid slitting my wrists in shame.
Then why didn't you just say that you drink real green tea instead of posting a picture to brag about how you import it from Japan? You posted that to snoberize on your fancy imported tea choice without realizing it was basically bragging about your elite film taste by posting a ticket stub for Men In Black 2.
Honestly I don't see many attacks on lawyers in these cases, it's mostly attacks on the judges who make the decisions to punish these guys with 30 days probation. Most people realize the lawyers are doing their jobs.
Irrelevant to this story, but I got my start in entrepreneurship because of someone's silly religious beliefs. A good friend's aunt was a Jehova's witness and had an immune condition, I can't remember the name, but she needed a blood transfusion as treatment. She refused, and sold her little business to me on the cheap so she could move to Florida and seek alternative treatment.
Then she died. Now I own whatever company MadHatter works at.
The selective blindness and continuous benefit of the doubt despite track record for this dude is very The Golden Calf of Bristol-esque. The guy could be photographed stabbing a hooker and 30 people would post in the thread saying "Maybe he just found the dead hooker with a knife next to her and was he testing to see if the knife fits into the wound, helping out the police. Great guy. Please fug my wife, Johny."
My main problem with Shula last year was that he gave up on what was working. During our midseason win streak, he was calling tons of short and mid range passing plays which Cam was nailing because our receivers were able to get open off the line. Then to end the season and into the playoffs, that got abandoned. He went back to slow developing routes which sputtered out and ended drives.
Whether that was actually Shula's play calling, or Cam wanting to force the big play, I'm not sure. But it was shades of Fox's "I know we just had record breaking rushing season, but let's have Delhomme pass it 50 times in Arizona" 2008.