Also about society+49Free education and medical care have generally allowed progress in a democratic society. Why some rich countries like the U.S.A. and Canada or some other countries do not imitate France and do away with tuition fees at the university and post secondary levels, with minimal administrative fees at the post-graduate level? It's a choice of a society which might yield a lot of benefits now and in the future. amirite?
Also about society+191It's annoying when people blame 'society'. We are all what makes up society- to make a difference we have to change ourselves first. amirite?
Also about society and failure+60A society with cultural, social, economic, intellectual, biological, etc. equality is essentially prone to failure as they can not evolve, and will become susceptible to cultural and social stagnation, amirite?
Also by Universe-61At the moment there are 752,964 posts and 778,609,616 votes - this means on average each post will eventually get at least 1000 votes, amirite?
Also about failure+42A "foster failure" is probably the only type of failure where everyone wins, amirite?
Also about society and failure+81The demand for charitable organizations are a metric for our success or failure as a society, amirite?
Also about society+484It's infuriating how much our society dictates our lives and how we behave/think/act. I mean, in certain societies, chubby women are desirable, people worship animals and communism is frowned upon. All these may sound unacceptable to us, but that's because our society set the standards for us and we see foreign things as weird if they don't meet OUR society's standards, amirite?