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silvermyth


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How healthcare should be 38 comments
silvermyth · 11 hours ago
It's in their interest to help the population
How healthcare should be 38 comments
silvermyth · 11 hours ago
Corruption in the governments of these countries are lower than the one in the United States. America does have a lot of innovation and science, and it's honestly amazing, but you have to remember that America has something like 65 times the population of Finland. You also have to remember that science and innovation is usually a collaborative effort between countries. America still leads the world in research, but recently they have been falling, and it is thought that the lack of government funding for biomedical research is to blame. It's not like they don't promote advancement in Finland. A quote from studyinfinland.fi, which is sponsored by the Finnish National Agency for Education, says that "The Finnish Government offers scholarships of 3-9 months for Doctoral level studies and research at Finnish universities or public research institutes. The Finnish Government Scholarship Pool programme is open to young researchers from all academic fields."
No such thing as thin privilege 26 comments
silvermyth · 15 hours ago
That's all well and good, but like I said, there are a lot of reasons to gain weight. Chemical inbalances, brain or body. Disability. Poverty. Notice that the most overweight nations in the world are island nations where the only food they can get are high sodium non perishables. And what you say is true, but it doesn't mean that we should treat these people with disrespect. You don't bother people who stay up late or people who eat a lot of sugar but look fine. You don't bother people who try to get tans and warn them about skin cancer. Most people don't even bother smokers. You can't play the "I'm just concerned about their health" card for those reasons. Would you deny someone who got lung cancer accommodations because their lifestyle lead to that? Few would, which is why the argument makes no sense.
No such thing as thin privilege 26 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
No, it really isn't in all cases, and even if it is their fault, that does not mean we shouldn't respect them.
This haunts my nightmares 4 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
Here we see two types of comments
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Noisy backpack 1 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
I don't mind babies crying, but toddlers is another thing
PS4 master race 9 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
It's just this weird culture of making jokes about your partner, it's like you don't respect them or hate them or think they're crazy. All the ones in which they say their partner is lazy, their partner talks too much. And I don't mean bad relationships that a person wants out of, or problems in the relationship they want solved. It's just considered the norm that marriage means the end of your freedom and joy. All those marriage speeches and parties saying goodbye to your freedom prove that. The posts in which the husband complains that his wife has aged, that she is ugly. This post isn't so bad, everyone needs their space and freetime. But it's part of a larger and depressing joke.
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Angering the vegans 27 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
He gets what he deserves for eating raw meat
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Angering the vegans 27 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
Jokes on you, libtards
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Hail damage to sunroof 14 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
I didn't know about the existence of moonroofs, and I thought I was pretty good at English
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PS4 master race 9 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
I honestly hate these types of posts
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And when they hand you a toy phone, you answer it 3 comments
silvermyth · 1 day ago
And when that three year old brings you a tiny empty plastic cup, you pretend that's the best damn espresso/tea/rainbowberry juice you've ever had
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No such thing as thin privilege 26 comments
silvermyth · 2 days ago
Should disabled people have to pay for extra space on airplanes
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Explanation in comments 3 comments
silvermyth · 2 days ago
the reason these exist (iirc) is because peppa pig is banned in china for “promoting gangster attitudes”: peppa was popular (for whatever reason) with “shehuiren” (anti-establishment internet users), who made a lot of memes involving peppa and even got tattoos of her because it’s funny. the result of banning peppa is that shehuiren-types liked peppa even more afterwards, and now she’s a bit of a counterculture symbol in china. hence these shirts.
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The way this candy is organized 7 comments
silvermyth · 2 days ago
That sounds exactly like it, literally exactly. My problem is that, I have to hold this stuff back when I'm in public for obvious reasons, but it puts great mental stress to do that and makes it worse when at home.
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Every time 31 comments
silvermyth · 2 days ago
Who's this, Susan? They're not mine, right?
No such thing as thin privilege 26 comments
silvermyth · 2 days ago
Problem is, that costs money and is a fairly common thing, even with kids. Met a woman yesterday at physical therapy who was in pain three days with appendicitis, almost died. She was only 8 and the kid's doctor told her all she needed to do was cut back on the chicken nuggets.
Who said cats are not demons? 4 comments
silvermyth · 3 days ago
No one, we know our place
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Innocent family 7 comments
silvermyth · 3 days ago
*jazz music stops*
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Dad power 11 comments
silvermyth · 3 days ago
Smoke could damage his lungs
I love this show (The Middle) 2 comments
silvermyth · 3 days ago
I mean, it's in her locker, so chances are it's for her
Dad power 11 comments
silvermyth · 3 days ago
Cooked the ribs nicely?
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Hair cut! 5 comments
silvermyth · 3 days ago
Lots of volume, looks great
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