>>1400280>needing any tool to work is "independence"
The logical conclusion of this line of thinking is that everyone go back to pre-stone levels where no one uses tools of any kind and everyone lives off of scavenging fruit, berries, nuts and carrion, and picking fleas off of each other.
Because apparently using tools makes you a cuck or something.>Under no circumstances could one reasonably think that needing to pay hundreds of dollars a month should be a pre-requisite for the ability to earn a living.
And that's not what anon said, either. Merely that their car is the avenue through which they have gained their independence.
I am a software developer. A prerequisite for my work is a computer. I ride a bike to work every day. The computer is what has allowed me to gain my measure of independence by being the tool through which I earn my living.
Some seamstress in a sweatshop in China is earning their measure of independenc by a sewing machine.
The car, computer, sewing machine, what ever else you might think of, are all tools of our respective trades. I seen nothing wrong with liking our tools.>>1400279>it was taken away, and he is buying it back
Anon never had independence to be taken away before the started to earn their own living. None of us did. We are all buy our independence by making a living to pay our way through life, and we're paying for it by the work that you do.
I understand what you're saying about the infrastructure of society, and I don't neccesarily disagree with you there, but I'm saying that it's not applicable to anons original short comment about liking the tool of the trade that lets them earn a living. Grafting that interpretation onto anons comment, is a missrepresentation of what anon actually said, born out of reading too much of your own values onto someone elses 15 word post.