How exactly are landlords "dealing with the housing crisis" since by definition they are housed and own extra housing?
I think it's more likely that not everyone just immediately opens up to you about their passions and goals in life, rather than the majority of the population just living a pointless NPC life with no interests or hobbies...
OP really thinking they are the main character
"...storing electricity for use when the sun isn't shining and/or the wind isn't blowing is impractical."
It's not impractical. I mean, it's going to take time to build the storage systems, but they are a lot more practical than nuclear power plants.
Unpopular opinion : serving might be a tough job but this is one of the few ways that is actually providing service that is worth being tipped for
Didn't help that almost all civilian reactors were just based on the military ones for ships. They were designed for a different purpose where safety wasn't paramount.
I think you have the wrong historical figure.
Sounds like thats the job of the waiter, at least where Im from.
Yeah this can be rough, people will forget to add in tip or tax or forget some small thing they ordered or whatever, which isn't a big deal, but when it starts happening often it's like alright, I'm just always paying more, what the hell. But then you kind of sound like a greedy asshole if you're like "wait a minute you owe two dollars more!"
Stevie is the most used example for someone who pretends to be blind but can actually see. (I didn't say I think so)
I think bro needs to get high, shrooms preferably.
I am a furry creature (i have lots of body hairs) and yeah have two legs
I like how Hebrew sounds.
German...NEIN! Too aggressive. Sounds like an ancient evil incantation everytime.
So you are spectating a character from an outside perspective and can not see exactly as they see… hence making it actually a 3rd person game, not 1st person…
Even if we lived to 1000 how are we going to transport all the fuel, food and etc ?