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» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)24-07-2017 @ 11:12 
cgbp
12 x 12
42 x 10
62 x 8
82 x 3
92 x 1
102.5 x 2

82.5 x 10
82.5 x 8,8,8

seated db ohp
25's x 12, 12, 12, 12

rearfly x 50

face pull x 50
» How about a job with the BBC, nice studio, comfortable chair....... (Go to post)21-07-2017 @ 15:39 
matthewvc said:that suggestion sounds like some throw back to communism.
who is arbiter of these pay grades? and where is the incentive for people to improve, fight for promotions and take business risks etc if they're forever banded into just 3 pay grades.

most high salary industries are not closed shops. if you have the talent, competitive personality and sheer bloody mindedness to become say a QC, architect or sports commentator then go for it. too many people who whinge about being on low salaries, don't do anything about it because they're not willing to make the changes and sacrifices to improve their lot.

I get it all the time in IT where perms moan about what us contractors get paid.
do something about it then. give up your permie safety blanket, go it alone. get an accountant set up a LTD business, live out of hotels etc.



the 3 grades was just an example, as i said earlier i havent given it loads of thought and also every aspect should be factored in the calculations to make it as fair as possible.

again i do i agree that some folks deserve to earn more hence the different grades just people working twice as hard or have twice the stress, pressure or responsibility should earn twice as much not 1000 times more as it is in some cases.

if every one just gave up their unfairly paid jobs to earn bigger salaries as some have suggested then we have no one doing most of the important jobs like food factories, teachers, emergency services, water works, roads, and 100's more.

im all for people who work hard being well paid but theres plenty who do and are not well paid. nobody earning millions has earnt it grafting for 7.50 an hour, if they have then thats fine.

i dont think it matters who makes the grade figures up, it cant be any worse than popstars, sport stars, tv presenters getting 1,000,000's for a job that would not matter to society if they didnt turn up to work whilst people who make sure your food, water, gas and electric is maintained and delivered and are actually very important get paid a minimum income.
» How about a job with the BBC, nice studio, comfortable chair....... (Go to post)21-07-2017 @ 14:33 
scruffmcbuff said:
I believe its unfair to take money off a wealthy man who has worked bloody hard and taken huge risks to get where he is. Just to give to someone who hasnt done the same...
Self made men who came from nothing and now have money would be penalised for thier hard work.
Everyones time is equaly valuable but not everyones input during that time is.


i completely agree with that, with the 2M (or whatever amount is considered fair) cap then working hard and taking risks can pay off, you get enough money to retire if thats only a years work or a weeks then fair enough. But then they retire and a new person can take those high earning positions then they retire ect. if you made your own business venture then you not only retire early but pass it onto a close friend or family member until theyve earnt their *2M* or keep running it to give the money to a good cause of your choice.

again i agree which is why they should still be different pay scales.
» How about a job with the BBC, nice studio, comfortable chair....... (Go to post)21-07-2017 @ 13:42 
scruffmcbuff said:
What about the people who go out and take risks and set up a business or makes investments that go well and end up making loads of money? Should they be capped too?
Or are we talking people paid salaries only?
I dont think anyone should have any say on how much someone else can earn.
I know cable pullers and rail workers who make over 80k a year. But they would fit in your 50k bracket. Should they be capped because of thier job even tho they work like lunatics often running up 24hr shifts?


yes i think given the amount of people who starve to death on our planet that wealth needs to be better distributed and capping it is one way. they maybe better ways and if so im all for them.

the numbers i gave was just to give an idea, obviously theres many factors, how hard they work, shifts, total hours ect but it should be calculated more fairly.

big business owners and popstars and the higher earners would be able to decide where their excess earnings go, be that schooling, healthcare, technology, orphanages. or firstly as personal savings until hit a cap of say 2M. if people earnt a lot they should be able to retire not work for another 30 years, fair enough. but once say the 2M cap is hit they should retire and open up the high paid jobs for someone else.

i will be honest i havent given it enough thought for it to be perfect just an outline of what could potentially be a better system.

it wont ever happen though because anyone who suggested it and was in a position to implement it would no doubt be killed by someone with 1B who would rather pay 10M to murder them than have to hand over 998M

still its nice to dream of a fairer world Happy
» How about a job with the BBC, nice studio, comfortable chair....... (Go to post)21-07-2017 @ 12:47 
i think there should be 3 pay grades. everyones time is equal but some jobs are more stressful or high skilled so these should be better paid.

25k low skill or responsibility or labour

50k mid skill responsibility labour

75k high skill responsibility labour

no need for people to earn ridiculous amounts. i personally think they are t**ts.

for example some one earns 1M pa, works 50 hours a week, thats roughly 400 an hour. they see themselves as worth that but pay their hairdresser, plumber or whatever say 15 per hour, so they must think they are worth around 25 times more than those people. i assume those in high paid jobs are intelligent enough to see this and why i assume they are t**ts (unless they pay people such as waiters or who ever elses services they require, the equivalent to their own earnings per hour, which i doubt any of them do). to think yourself as 25 times more valuable for doing a job that usually isnt that helpful is a c**ts view imo.

also why should just a few be able to afford silly sized houses or supercars while others cant afford to replace a broken appliance and work just as hard.

we are in this mess because people are stupid and selfish. i guess thats just our nature
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)21-07-2017 @ 12:05 
front squat
42 x 8, 8
62 x 8
75 x 8

deadlift
42 x 8
72 x 8
92 x 8
112 x 10

db inc row
25's x 15 x 4

bb curl
35 x 15 x 3
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)20-07-2017 @ 11:40 
bw 77.1

seated press
12 x 12
32 x 10
52 x 8
60 x 10
60 x 8, 8, 8


feet up bench
42 x 10
62 x 10
70 x 12, 12, 12, 12

tri oh ext
22 x 20, 15, 15, 15

circuit
rear fly x 20
press up x 20
face pull x 20

x 3
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)18-07-2017 @ 11:52 
squat
42 x 12
72 x 8
92 x 3
112 x 1
122 x 1
130 x 1
102 x 8
85 x 12
85 x 12
85 x 12

db inc row
25's x 15, 14, 14, 14, 14, 14
» Favourite apps/games (Go to post)17-07-2017 @ 12:25 
Funky_monkey said:
I was expecting a game to play on my phone to pass the time. Instead, I was sent to something to find men looking for a poke in the rear.


lmao

its an old xbox game that was banned in some form for being too violent.

i have lots of old favourites from the last 24 yrs or so but for app games i just started playing "the pirates: caribbean hunt" im enjoying it, better than i expected for a free app game
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)17-07-2017 @ 11:42 
bw 76.9

cgbp
32 x 15
62 x 8
80 x 10
80 x 8, 8, 8

all comfy 2+ reps in tank per set

seated OHP Dumbells
25's x 12, 10, 10, 12

oh tri ext (+ band pull aparts inbetween)
22 x 20, 15, 15, 15

circuit
front fly raise thingy x 15
rear fly x 15
press up x 20
face pull x 20

x 3 sets
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)14-07-2017 @ 11:34 
Front squat
22 x 8
42 x 8
62 x 8
72 x 8

deadlift
42 x 8
72 x 8
92 x 8
102 x 8

inc row
25's x 15 x 4

bb curl
32 x 15, 15, 12
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)13-07-2017 @ 11:31 
decided to deload this week. had family visiting from scotland n school sports day n few other bits so was better to rest.

CGBP
12 x 10
42 x 10
65 x 8
75 x 8 x 3

seated press
42 x 10
55 x 10, 10, 12

oh tri ext
22 x 15 x 3
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)07-07-2017 @ 12:18 
bw 76.5

front squat
12 x 10
42 x 8
62 x 8
72 x 8

deadlift
42 x 8
85 x 8
105 x 8, 8, 8

bb row
75 x 10 x 5

bb curl
35 x 15, 12, 12, 12
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)06-07-2017 @ 11:17 
bw 77.3

strict log
25 plate x 20
40 x 8
55 x 8
65 x 8, 8, 8, 8, 8

feet up bench
45 x 10
60 x 10
70 x 12, 10, 10, 10, 12


some light raises, face pulls, n band pull-aparts
» be patient or be a patient (Go to post)04-07-2017 @ 12:18 
f**ked up, worked weight out wrong.... what a bumbuklaat

squat
12 x 10
42 x 10
72 x 8
92 x 1
112 x 3
92 x 8
102 x 10
82 x 12
82 x 12

work sets meant to be 120x1, 100x8, 80x12x3 so il call that close enough lol

inc db row
25's x 15 x 4

bb curl
42 x 10, 10
32 x 10, 10

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