According to BARD: Whether or not public education, national government regulations, taxation, national monetary system, trade regulations, national military, and regulations regarding infrastructure are socialistic depends on your definition of socialism.
In a strict sense, socialism is an economic system in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the state. Under this definition, only the national military would be considered socialistic, as it is owned and controlled by the state.
However, a more common definition of socialism is an economic system in which the government plays a significant role in the economy, providing social services such as education, healthcare, and retirement benefits. Under this definition, all of the items listed above could be considered socialistic, as they involve the government providing services or regulating the economy.
Ultimately, whether or not something is socialistic is a matter of opinion. There is no single definition of socialism that everyone agrees on.
(Mr. Maguire:) I want to say one word to you, Benjamin. Just one word. (Benjamin Braddock:) Yes, sir. (Mr. Maguire:) Are you listening? (Benjamin Braddock:) Yes, I am. (Mr. Maguire:) Plastics. (Benjamin Braddock:) Exactly how do you mean? (Mr. Maguire:) There is a great future in plastics. Think about it. Will you think about it? (Benjamin Braddock:) Yes, I will. (Mr. Maguire:) Okay. Enough said. That’s a deal.
I heard Calvin went into politics but had too much success, so he’s now on K Street.
“… while working from home. I think it was on YouTube.”
I’d like to what kind of studio Calvin would run. It might be short lasting, but it’d be highly entertaining.
Bart’s pretty passive-aggressive. Bail while you can, Opus, if Lola is attracted to that sort.
And you’ll learn you just opened yourself up for moving furniture. A Miata would be a better choice.
Logic can be relative.
Go back? You sure you’re not already there?
Let Cynthia see it. Besides, it’s Labor Day.