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I have been told that all great men were once rejected by society but that just maybe another lie told to me by society American society is thought to be simple but it is very contradicting The common man is told a lie Try your best and you will make it and the American dream is a beautiful one but made with sweat and tears This is a very interesting notion because most of the people that make it to the top today are scum-sucking parasites Does the honest hard workingman really get more than what he put in Physics has defined how efficient a machine is by a simple equation work input divided by work output This equation shows how well a machine work It is often used to decide if a machine can be improved or if it should be replaced The John Doe of our society uses this scale to judge how his job is because he is no better than a machine When John Doe uses this equation he often calculates work output as comforts of society Society also uses this equation to define John Doe to see how valuable he is Societies work input is simply money In exchange for money society gains more money and lives If John Doe lives till he is ninety most people would agree that he lived a long life To really fathom how long John truly LIVED for we must break his life components down into days An average John sleeps for eight hours a day which means that john sleeps 13 of his life away This means John is only alive and breathing for a mere sixty years An average John works for another eight hours This means that John really does not truly live for 23 of his life During this 23 life time John has a couple of kids for which he sacrifices more of his life So in conclusion John
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