Piercing sight into the heavens of cancellation. Courtesy of “Opulence” by ContraPoints.

Critics of ContraPoints Keep Missing the Point

Projections of affluence continue to impair critics’ ability to duly judge.

Class disparity has a tendency of creating undue tension between the poor and rich, wherein one side claims they’ve won the lottery of life and are therefore entitled to keep its spoils, and the other wants but a paltry sum to satisfy their most basic needs…

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