18 10 11 - 14:29Drones, plebs, proles... what are they?
People who cannot put long-term results before short-term pleasures, Plato says. That makes sense: it explains why they're poor, and yet spend their money on drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, shiny objects, etc.
What's their mentality like?
So, what are prostitutes planning?
Usually, they have no plan, except to find a rich foreign guy willing to support them. They live day to day. They don't make much effort to think proactively. They just follow and react to others in their environment, passive.
If they have a plan, then it is to sit at home and watch TV all day, gossip with their friends, and go shopping.
If you expect them to cook special food for you or do other considerate things -- for them to put out the same level of effort for you that you put out for them -- then you're usually setting yourself up for disappointment. In fact, you will be lucky if they can even manage the maid and gain the respect of one for long. - "Good guys trying to help often get burned," by Mark Evan Prado
The division isn't "hard-working" versus "lazy."
It's people who think about consequences and discipline themselves to match, versus people who cannot and will not comprehend anything beyond their own desires.
Left on their own with infinite cash, the former would do something useful; in the same situation, the latter would do what they always do, which is party all the time in repetitive, meaningless circles of ever-increasing appetites.