This is an interesting point that I’ve discussed with friends on this board:

work and work ethic. Dawn, my ex-gf, was scared to death of working in a 9-5 job for over 40 years of her life. In her case, I think a lot of it had to do with lack of self confidence and the feeling that she would never be able to get a good job that she’d enjoy. I notice a dichotomy with MLMs (okay, I notice many dichotomies in MLMs, but this is one in particular) where they talk about how willing they are to work hard, but on the flip side, these same drones talk about how they’re doing it so they won’t have to work any more.

It’s as if a good work ethic is repulsive to them and their entire point, as drones, is to reach a point where they don’t have to work. It’s an odd work-is-bad-but-my-work-is-good attitude.

Honestly, what is so bad about working in a nine-to-fiver if you have the skill of finding a job that you enjoy? What is so bad about doing some hard work? It’s as if work is a bad thing. I cringe when I meet people who have that attitude.

My final question is to ask WHY you are here

You’ve read the blog description and new member rules…you KNOW why WE are here. Why then did YOU seek this blog out to defend MLMs?

Its been mentioned before at pro MLM posts, that what you are doing is similar to attending AA meetings to convince the folks there that they have it all wrong and that alcohol is really not so bad for them if they do it the right way. Or the same as attending a PETA meeting to extol the virtues of meat.