guess what everybody knows math!

Discussion in 'General' started by dezz, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. No matter where you where born we all have numbers so. Why is it whose keeping track of those numbers and for what purposes.
     
  2. Well we're all keeping track of it.. I would assume because it's a basic aspect of proper organization, helping us remember more by getting rid of time-consuming processes of physically counting things.
     
  3. So the government is taking money and just adding it to there arsenal because we have a better infrustuctire then other countries
     
  4. Huh? By numbers did you mean money? I'm confused as to what this has to do with knowing math.
     
  5. [quote name='"CKTony"']

    Huh? By numbers did you mean money? I'm confused as to what this has to do with knowing math.[/quote]

    Ok when your born you get a social security number right? But what's the reason behind it? Whose looking down on us.
     
  6. [quote name='"dezz"']

    Ok when your born you get a social security number right? But what's the reason behind it? Whose looking down on us.[/quote]

    The Social Security Administration.... duh? :confused_2:
     
  7. [quote name='"KenjaminK"']

    The Social Security Administration.... duh? :confused_2:[/quote]

    No Shit but why do they nedd records
     
  8. [quote name='"dezz"']

    No Shit but why do they nedd records[/quote]

    To keep track of taxes and social security accounts.
     
  9. [quote name='"KenjaminK"']

    To keep track of taxes and social security accounts.[/quote]

    Why do they need money.
     
  10. [quote name='"dezz"']

    Why do they need money.[/quote]

    For guns to have a bigger army.
     
  11. We do here in the U.S. It's government just keeping tabs on people - officially for population statistics, but who really knows; if you're curious, do your research. Good luck!

    Nobody's really looking down on you; the only time you really get any notice is when you start being a more influential person in the country.. an upper class citizen will probably attract attention mainly from petty thieves and hackers. Being famous brings attention from just about every average person; mostly as a thirst for some kind of knowledge, and people are familiar and interesting. Being higher up in a big business or in a confidential spot in any Governmental... industry will attract attention from people with large-scale motivations. That's my impression of the gist of it all.
     
  12. [quote name='"dezz"']

    Why do they need money.[/quote]

    It's the government, dude, they build our roads, educate our kids, put out our fires, fuck shit up, etc.
     

  13. Not true
     
  14. Are you saying social security numbers are responsible for the money being pumped into firepower? Huh, I'm stoned enough to see a chain there.
     
  15. Actually, regular taxes, not social security, goes to the DoD. Social security is a separate tax and an easy way for the IRS to identify tax accounts.
     
  16. the government, so they can keep track of all of us. If we break the law, they have everything about us down in the system. Fingerprints, photo ids, birth place, all those juicy stuff.
     
  17. [quote name='"InitialToke93"']

    Not true[/quote]

    Well all the developed countries
     
  18. Why does the SSA collect money? oh idk, have you ever heard of social security checks? Do you have an old retired father/grandfather/great grandfather? :p Definitely has everything to do with guns. :laughing:

    Subbed :cool:
     

  19. Fingerprints aren't collected until you're arrested or decide to become a teacher or something. Photo ids also aren't issued until you apply for one. You can often opt out of school ids and they don't count as real identification in most instances. Birth certificates and ssn's are really the only identifying documents issued to us rather than acquired. You make it sound like identity theft is being prevented by the government or something when they've yet to do much to solve the problem.
     
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