Camp land San diego


#1

150 humans, that’s the number your idealism will put out of work with your plan to close camp land on the bay.


#2

I’m not sure whether you missed my post in your other thread (Plans for mission bay, san diego), or whether this is a real critique of our “idealism”.

Assuming it’s the latter, I speak only for myself when I say that I certainly do feel for those 150 wage-slaves, now freed to pursue better and more meaningful things. Best of luck to them casting off the rest of their chains.
The glass is always half “what-ever-you-see”, my friend, and the “what about our jobs!?” argument has no ethical basis (just think about all those “poor” Nazi executioners who lost their jobs after the war… What a “shame”).

p.s. No, I’m not trying to compare these people to Nazis. I’m just a little tired of hearing this ridiculous argument: “Stop global warming? Stop throwing innocent people in prison? Stop damning the planet? That would put me out of a job!!!”
My apologies if I come off as callous, but I’m sure these people will adapt; our species has been doing it for a long time.