What would you do?

Ok you have two choices: one you can either be a brick-layer in Texas.

Two: you can be a person who rates video games (or movies whatever floats your boat)for a magazine in a nice air conditioned office

Both jobs pay exactly the same you take your pic.

Also what you would you do if you got stuck with the brick-laying job would you work as hard as you should? Or would you just do the bare minimum to get by?

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    I would do the brick laying job because:

    one, i like physical labor better than having to write any day

    two, i like movies, video games, and tv shows, but recreationally only not as a profession

    three, i enjoy taking pride in my work and seeing it last, therefore brick layer

    and to answer your second question, read the above statement and you choose what i think i would do.

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    Well that really wasn't my point. I just wanted to see if the majority of people would do a really a job they don't like for no extra benefit at all.

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    oh, well then no, i wouldn't do a job i didn't like just because it was easier. if that was the point you were getting at.

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    Jofus, the problem is, honestly, both of these jobs are necessary.

    Although I appreciate what you are doing. Both of them are "real" jobs.

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    I just can't believe that everyone will work harder if there is no physical motivation to. They won't get any extra money or reward. I know many people who won't work harder even when there is a benefit of more money.

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    But the benefit is more than nothing, which is what you aren't getting. The benefit is the eradication of poverty and hunger, the blossoming of equality, and the success of a country. How is money worth ANYTHING close to that?

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    The rater, would've been the bricklayer but i don't like Texas, too hot.

    • Dannyl
    • January 21, 2010, 11:14 pm
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    If this were a tad more realistic, then the critic/rater, since they would be paid more, but in this situation definitely the brick-layer because you would build muscle, while being a critic the only other benefit is perhaps being more temperature comfortable. Since I'm not really fussed, and I wouldn't know which location I would prefer, the bricklayer.

    Also I have no idea how hard I'd work.

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    I like video games. I would rather work of r that magazine than be a bricklayer. I would work for something like CVG

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    Thats not true, here in Australia brick layers get paid much much more than any critic ever would, unless we're talking about Simon Cowell or someone like that.

    But yes, either way, brick layer. I like being outside :D

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