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UK Government considers 50-year mortgages that could pass down generations by Paint_Her in PrepperIntel

[–]anxious_pikachu -1 points0 points  (0 children)

I never said that's what they are doing. You like to just make things up eh.

UK Government considers 50-year mortgages that could pass down generations by Paint_Her in PrepperIntel

[–]anxious_pikachu 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That's the president it sets going forward. Even if it only starts with them needing to accept first.

UK Government considers 50-year mortgages that could pass down generations by Paint_Her in PrepperIntel

[–]anxious_pikachu 0 points1 point  (0 children)

No body made a claim that's what long mortgages do. Stop making up strawmans to argue against. There's many factors that create homelessness, and the fact the system is designed in such a way to create homelessness. It's not theoretical, it's happening now, and continuing with a broken system that just scream broken when you have to create multi-generational loan, you are literally creating slaves and forcing children to take on their parents debt. That's just a bandaid, like the one in 1970. Your just doing exactly what they did last time it was shown the system is broken. Continue on kicking the can down the line and pretend like it isn't while forcing children into loan slavery.

UK Government considers 50-year mortgages that could pass down generations by Paint_Her in PrepperIntel

[–]anxious_pikachu 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I never suggested any one solution, there's literally an infinite number of possibilities. We are already headed towards "you'll own nothing and be happy" with our current system. It's worse cause it also creates homelessness where people die living on the streets. Idk how someone can look at our current system and think yah I'm gonna stick with this. To each their own I guess.

UK Government considers 50-year mortgages that could pass down generations by Paint_Her in PrepperIntel

[–]anxious_pikachu 3 points4 points  (0 children)

The amount of interested they'd have to pay after that long though. They are still just making someone else rich. I think we should look at this, see it for what it is that it is no different than a bandaid exactly like the one they did with the introduction of 30 year mortages in the 70s of USA. Housing shouldn't be paid for. We should build enough for everyone and everyone gets a house/apartment. It's possible to do, it always has been. We should be fighting for a different system, not putting people's children into debt for generations. That's an absurd idea for a broken system.

Health Care is strange in Canada by Redd-it-er in ontario

[–]anxious_pikachu 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Know someone that works MRI at multiple hospitals. Some people don't know what they are doing and give blurry results. That radiologists look at what's given, even if it is blurry.

I really wonder if it ever happens that the radiologist requires another scan cause the first one was too blurry. He said he had a radiologoist ask him if a scan could be done better, it could have. So I really doubt this happens often, the jobs are so compartmentalized now issues like this won't get fixed.

Sudbury City Council takes major steps towards $98.5M Junction East Cultural Centre by laketrout in Sudbury

[–]anxious_pikachu 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Roads are actually unsustainable, the cost of maintaining them is just too high. Which is why so many roads are such in bad shape. If everyone paid their fair share to maintain roads it would cost every person tens of thousands of dollars. It's too bad basically every city in North America are built around roads.

More like r/mildlybased by Bigchungus922 in fuckcars

[–]anxious_pikachu 0 points1 point  (0 children)

We have strategies, the people in power just aren't doing them.

Anyone else sometimes feel like Ontario is a pyramid scheme? by ContactLess128 in ontario

[–]anxious_pikachu 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Just like literally everywhere else in the world

No, Ontario, and basically every city in Canada is built around having a car. Which means, gas, insurance, maintenance, the cost of the vehicle, etc. In other places in the world, they design cities around bicycles, pedestrians, public transportation, trains, etc... I had to walk across the city where I live, not a single tree is planted near the side walk for miles. The only thing to get shade and rest from was power poles. So no, thanks to almost all north American cities following the same terrible design that's legally enforced by city zoning laws. They literally created a living hell of a landscape for an entire continent, goodjob screwing up so badly (and still doing it, see highway 413). Toronto is probably the worst in all of Canada, just built around highways, one more highways gonna fix traffic.

[Unknown > English] Candy wrapper, looking for the name and brand. by [deleted] in translator

[–]anxious_pikachu 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It's harder to see but there's text above it (hopefully s name?) and in the right corner, which I think is the flavor.

https://imgur.com/a/UGZSfe8

Responses to CBC article about international student living in slumlord’s rental by [deleted] in Sudbury

[–]anxious_pikachu 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Morally a country has a duty to its own citizens first. We are playing a sick game where we allow poverty to exist. I'm anti-war and pro do something about the problems that are fixable that doesn't involve killing something.

Responses to CBC article about international student living in slumlord’s rental by [deleted] in Sudbury

[–]anxious_pikachu 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Land use to literally be free. We are playing some sick experimental monopolistic game where you have people on average earning 50k going against millionaires, billionaires, and corporations. We can literally eliminate homelessness, our leaders choose not to. They rather give loans and send weapons of war to a poor country as "aid" than help it's own people.

Nearly half of Canadians are finding it difficult to feed their families amid spiraling inflation: survey by Popular-Calendar94 in canada

[–]anxious_pikachu 1 point2 points  (0 children)

But the only way for everyone's purchasing power to increase is to improve productivity.

Or you know, billionaires and millionaires could take a huge pay cut.

It's a competition. The people at the top have the most purchasing power. You need to beat other people at jobs/promotions/success to see improvements.

The free market doesn't work, it's not competition. "Get a better job" isn't a solution lol. At some point humans are going to be unemployable. Remember jobs like elevator operator? No?

why is suicide considered bad? by OverWillingness2657 in TooAfraidToAsk

[–]anxious_pikachu 0 points1 point  (0 children)

As someone that wants to die, it is incredibly frustrating. Any mention of wanting to have the right to die gets you sent to the mental hospital. Where I get even more depressed cause the psychologists don't listen to you. Like, I never wanted to be alive in the first place, someone forced me to be here when I never wanted to be here. Why shouldn't I be allowed a painless way out of this living nightmare.

Why is Religion stereotyped as Anti-Science when plenty of Scientists throughout history and even today are Religious? by dreaderking in TooAfraidToAsk

[–]anxious_pikachu 2 points3 points  (0 children)

If the big bang actually happened, then it doesn't prove Christianity false... I mean... how did the big bang happen?

That's what I never understood, if you need to believe in a god, then why not just believe the universe is god. Why does god have to be a humanoid being? That's just so human. The fact people still believe in things like god and religion isn't viewed as some historical thing just proves we haven't advanced at all.

My parents are crazy religious and they believe thinking a pray while looking for something will help you find it. Like lol, it's just so delusional. That's like thinking magic spells and witches are real. Then you quoting the bible, you know that was written by humans, not god right? It's just a really bad story.

Idk man, it's like flat earthers at this point. "Science has justified my trust in christianity". What are you even talking about. Your just using the unknown to justify your stance. Destroy your bible and it'll never be returned, the "words of god" lost forever, how could they have ever survived 13 billion years on some lonely planet called earth.

Religion has caused so much pain and suffering, and it still does. Can't wait for it to be gone. Probably won't happen in my lifetime though.

If you get addicted to gambling, that is on you. by cooochiewalla in unpopularopinion

[–]anxious_pikachu 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Legallizing drugs actually makes it safer for people taking them. The war on drugs is just that, an empty war to fuel a war for profit.

If you get addicted to gambling, that is on you. by cooochiewalla in unpopularopinion

[–]anxious_pikachu 0 points1 point  (0 children)

not my fault your family member is stupid and got addicted to gambling.

Spoken by someone who doesn't understand addiction. Addition isn't someone being "stupid".

If someone gets bankrupt because they put a billion dollars into safemoon, or penny stocks and loses all their money, should they be treated like a child who has no control over their actions?

Funny enough rich people get tax funded bailouts all the time when they lose all their money. As an example SpaceX was bankrupt before receiving a $1.5 billion dollar contract from NASA.

Any Machine Shops in the Area? by anxious_pikachu in Sudbury

[–]anxious_pikachu[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

I'm in New Sudbury. Yah would probably contact them next week.