Patient #48273

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About Patient #48273

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  • Birthday 09/27/89

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    Newfoundland, Canada
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    Misandry, pegging, and grammar.
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    Laura

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  1. I think a lot of white trash people still love FSAS.
  2. Where did you go to elementary school?
  3. The NHS is completely different from Obamacare.
  4. Do you mean you don't do drugs or you don't drug people?
  5. I agree that the liberal reaction (asking for relatively minor changes and accommodations that leave the current sociopolitical system more or less intact) is wrong.
  6. That kind of forward thinking is an awful lot to expect of a kid fresh out of high school who's probably been told their whole life that they need to get a university education if they want a decent job. You exaggerate the importance of individual action and downplay the role of social structures and influences. Yes, individual responsibility is important and it can take even the least privileged people a long way, but the fact is that the system is designed for some people to fail through no real fault of their own. Meanwhile, there are lazy fuck-ups who live quite comfortably and appear successful mainly because they were born into wealth. And look, I can oversimplify too... Leftist mindset: in an affluent country, no one should starve or be without shelter or healthcare. Conservative mindset: if someone is poor, homeless, un(der)employed, etc., it's because they're lazy or somehow defective as a person. If they just worked hard (like me!), they wouldn't be in that situation.
  7. The main point of student loans is giving money to people who can't afford to further their education, assuming that once they have that education, they'll be able to get a job and repay the loan(s). That used to work fairly successfully for the most part, but too many people are being granted too many loans and there are too few stable, well-paying jobs.
  8. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/queens-university-muskrat-falls-1.3824161
  9. When you say that people should just accept government decisions without protesting or trying to change them, you are suggesting people acquiesce to those in power and that's just asking for trouble.
  10. I wasn't talking about protesting Hitler lol. I was saying people shouldn't be complacent.
  11. Just because it doesn't usually work doesn't mean you shouldn't try. Complacency isn't going to change anything. In fact, it's the exact opposite of the values you were touting regarding those who fought against Hitler. People shouldn't assume protest will work; in fact, they should assume the opposite and plan accordingly, but it's important to not just roll over and take it. And yeah, racism certainly exists in Canada. Parts of Quebec might be a bit more xenophobic than Canada overall because they believe Quebec has its own culture and is a nation within a nation. Because it's a minority culture within Canada, some of them can go too far "protecting" that culture and end up being quite racist as a result.
  12. You say that as if people are complaining for the sake of complaining. Enough public outcry and protest can get governments to change policy. It doesn't always work, but that doesn't mean it's not worth trying and it also doesn't mean people aren't doing that while also trying to find other solutions to their debt.
  13. Not everything is a matter of pulling yourself up by your bootstraps. It can do a lot of good, but it can't solve all of everyone's problems.