- Apr 21, 2010
- 4,964 (1.55/day)
- West Midlands. UK.
|System Name||RyZen Reynolds|
|Processor||Ryzen 1600 6c/12t -3.9Ghz|
|Cooling||Raijintek Leto Pro|
|Memory||16GB (2x8GB) Teamgroup DDR4 3000 @3200|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 4GB|
|Storage||Seagate 1TB - 128GB SSD|
|Case||Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-01|
|Power Supply||Corsair VS 550w|
|Software||Windows 10 Home x64|
I like your mentality, but sadly the government doesn't. They talk about "people who cannot find jobs even if they try", hence the benefits. Bloody politicians.
Some numbers, the DWP spends about 120 billion a year, 17 billion goes on JSA/income support and housing benefit, the rest is for pensions (67 billion) and other benefits which include disability etc, of the 17 billions that goes to work related benefits less than a billion of that is actually thought to be by wrongful claimants. So as much as we do pay for the people who abuse the system, that is not where the majority of our hard earned tax goes, again the media and politicians would have you believe so.
All of this is with a total spend of 650 billion.... food for thought perhaps.