Well, the judicial system in this country has once again proven itself to be biased against wealthy, mostly white older Americans.
Case in point, I was found guilty today in court on charges stemming from my business practices, i.e. smashing a frail elderly man's head into the edge of a dumpster hard enough to cause his brain to rocket out of his skull. This is both a necessary step in my business and helps to eliminate a drag on society by removing someone off the government dole and putting them in the grave where they belong after they've stopped being a useful part of the workforce.
But the American judicial system doesn't see it that way, and as a result I was sentenced to 20 hours of community service. And now I have to wash poor people's cars or pick up trash simply because I was conducting legitimate pharmaceutical business and being an important part of our free market economy.
I cannot empasize enough how dangerous it is to sideline important businessmen like myself, even temporarily, with these types of punitive measures against business dealings. It just isn't sustainable.
Yes, I am rightly pissed off about this.