Does this study (or any other study you know) consider the bias that opinion of the society may cause in such cases? When the society thinks (whether correctly or not) that X is very bad, and a person subjected to X realizes it (and may well share this opinion), I think that this by itself can cause severe psychological harm in some people.
but you are allowed to complain about it publicly and privately all you want
National Security Letter?
I guess those people won't have indemnified Uber then?
I'm another one. Hope you don't feel so lonely now.
The Yoga is rather heavy.
Thanks for the tip about laptopscreen.com!
Do you mean that the modern Windows (post-Vista, since this is what I have) can truly scale desktop apps, not just kinda-sorta scale the fonts with inconsistent results between apps using different APIs?
What's the battery life for you?
No such option either, you asshole.
And no, there's no "-1 Disagree" mod option.
You should tell it to those who suffer today (and who pay their taxes, too).
Well, I personally see invading Ukraine as another pointless mega-project.
There may be no ultimate solution to these problems. But, as I said already, there are lots of people here today who could be alive or not suffer as horribly as they do now. As long as we do have taxes, it's unethical to spend taxpayer money on moon flights and Olympics instead of this.
There are things that must be given a higher priority, given that extinction remains very much an improbable event, despite your evidence. Public health, roads, you name it. Heck, every day lots of people here die an extremely painful death from cancer because they cannot afford proper treatment. It's unethical to spend public money on travels to the Moon and other fancy toys like Olympics as long as these problems have not been solved.
The American people, and especially the American politicians, lack the will.
As a Russian, that's probably good for you. I'd prefer my government not to spend awful lots of money on pointless mega-projects.