when you can’t name a specific category and then tell the other person that it’s either “too big or too small” or “too big or too small”.
The problem is that the internet is full of undercapitalized categories that are just as overused and overused and overused. People try to use language that isn’t actually undercapitalized but they can end up sounding like a dick.
I know this because I have been overusing/underusing/abusing the undercapitalized category. In one of my previous blogs, I talk about how I am so overcapitalized for being a blogger that I can’t even use the undercapitalized word “trending” in my post title.
This is the problem because when people try to write undercapitalized, they sound bad. They sound like a dick. “Undercapitalized: The best way to get big money is to work really hard (and then get killed).” “Undercapitalized: The best way to get big money is to try to steal it.” “Undercapitalized: The best way to get big money is to try to steal it.
I have no idea how much this story is trying to be as rich as it is. It has been a rough ride from the beginning, but I can’t help but chuckle at how much I’ve learned. I didn’t learn anything that didn’t get me great reviews, but I learned a lot.
I’ve always thought that the term “undercapitalized” was a bit of a loaded term. Sure, there are people who make an awful lot of money and just don’t care what anyone else thinks, but the majority of the people who get rich are the ones who are “undercapitalized.
We’re not undercapitalized, we’re just a little too rich. That’s the story of our story.
The term undercapitalization was originally coined by the French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau to refer to the rich and famous individuals who were not overly wealthy but who were nevertheless very well off. It is a derogatory term for the rich, meaning the rich people who are not rich enough to be called rich. I found the term to be quite apt! I guess this is why I can get so upset at the wealthy who dont care about the people who are below them on the ladder.
The biggest problem with undercapitalization is that the rich are the ones who do the most to society and keep the poor out of it. This is to say that the rich don’t care about the poor. In the case of the rich, they don’t care about the poor. Even if they did care more about the poor than the rich, they would still be in trouble. The undercapitalization problem exists because of the undercapitalization problem.