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If your goals are to live on as little as possible so you don't have to work well then yes that is a goal.

I didn't see anyone with that as a goal. That doesn't mean it isn't a respectable goal.

But what a goal! You think that is as laudable as a goal like making partner at your law firm and buying that big house? You think that should merit the same respect?

Why not? Are any of the goals hurting you?

Maybe I'm alone here but not in the real world.

Maybe in the real world the folks aren't telling you what their goals are because they know your opinions.

I know I would just nod my head, smile and walk away if I was in this discussion in person.
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