Alvin can pray all he wants, but the school can’t lead prayer.
I don’t get it.
Looks like the GB poster on the side.
You mean this Alfie? ‘The parents, Kate James and Tom Evans, announced their 23-month-old son’s death on social media, saying they were “heartbroken.” Alfie had a rare degenerative brain condition that left him with almost no brain function, and multiple courts ruled that keeping him alive was not in his best interests.’ Not about cost but about what’s best for the patient. Tom Evans also said “Our lives have been turned upside down by the intense focus on Alfie and his situation,” Evans said Thursday outside Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, where Alfie was treated for more than a year. He thanked the hospital staff “for their dignity and professionalism during what must be an incredibly difficult time for them too.”
The UK is definitely not a socialist country. The NHS is not a disaster. I live in Sweden, we have single payer universal health care, but Sweden is not a socialist country. I moved to Sweden from the US, where I had been working with the homeless in DC, whose ‘healthcare’ consisted of the ER. The healthcare system in the US is a disaster, even for those with jobs. You could asked my Aunt Ann’s family, she was impoverished by cancer treatments in spite of having worked her whole adult life as a teacher. My wife’s cancer, an aggressive form of breast cancer, was held in check for over 10 years by cutting edge treatments that cost us around a total of 10000 SEK over that 12 year period, but cost our society untold ten of thousands or hundreds of thousands. The Swedish society did this because we believe that every life is worth trying to save.
Just put an ozon generator in for a few days, smell gone.
My dishwasher instructions say don’t rinse before packing, it just wastes water.
Gray water is used extensively on ‘dry islands’ in the Caribbean where rainwater caught and stored during the wet season is all you get. Not for washing clothes of course but for flushing toilets and watering plants. Not only for liberals but for anyone who can afford to install the system. Stretching the rainwater means not having to buy the dread ‘potable water’.
I think Monopoly works very well as a primer for anti-monopolists. Whether winning or losing you can learn that it is all about maximizing profit at the expense of all others.