I personally never identified as an environmentalist or “food activist”, but you have to understand that both these group usually attack problems from a very conservative perspective.
By “processed food” they mean “processed with new methods”, they don’t mind “old school” highly processed food such as bread. By “non GMO”…
The idea of introducing kids to farming practices in general is not a bad one, but it can be bad if you only introduce them to the most gruesome parts of it and you introduce them to it without them having previous experience with animals.
Having spent my summers on small farms, I had no issue seeing animals being…
This kinda sounds like a straight out lie.
There are other languages that did this long before rust, chief among them being C++.
You could say Rust discourages manual memory management more than languages like C++. You could also say Rust gives you easier to use tools for automatic mm than C++. And…
Ahm, why not just use glass doors or a local equivalent?
As for freelancers, a lot of them have their rate public on the Internet to begin with.
Talking with people about salaries is about as awkward as asking them if they want to have sex with you… Hence why very popular web services with some degree of anonymity exist for both.
The idea of a Distopia under the cult of conservative environmentalism needs to be turned into a book.
People not being allowed to leave their ‘designated’ cities due to carbon footprints.
All food is scarce and unnurishing in order to preserve the soil and limit methane emissions.
I more or less agree, maybe “boredom” is not the best way to phrase it. I guess I might have expressed it that way due to personal biased, since I’m the kind of hyper-active person for which “free time” quickly turns into “I’m bored, I want to do something that’s either fun or productive”.
I understand that “real world statistics” don’t really combine well with socialism, but do consider the fact that countries which meet all of your first 3 criteria (higher birth safety, lower medical expenses, paid maternity leave) have a LOWER birth rate than the US, generally speaking. Some examples are: Norway, Germany, UK, Denmark, Italy, Spain…
I never quite understood the American/European perspective on retirement.
If you are at a point where you can no longer do what you like doing, what the heck is the point of living ? I get 2–3 years of “retirement” from life to accept death, but spending 10 or 20 years fighting with disease and boredom seems like a fate much…