So sorry for the late reply, but with my first therapy session, the doc concluded my biggest problem (not surprisingly) is lack of confidence/self esteem. He tasked me with coming up with a list of positives and negatives in my life which I assume then weâ€™ll go over one by one, but like I figured, due to xmas and New Years, my next appt isnâ€™t until jan 9, so I have some time to work on said list.
But that just proves my point how soft we are as a society now; that while people in other parts of the world have to cling to life, they whine cause they donâ€™t have the latest trend. Describe to me though what your referring to cause weâ€™re clearly on 2 different wavelengths.
Britain is just bluffing, and trump will easily call their bluff. Like u said, the world is so intertwined that u canâ€™t really isolate countries anymore. And given how dependent our allies are on our assistance to them,they canâ€™t really afford to leave America out of the loop.
Yep, the private company argument; that because private companies arenâ€™t the government (despite holding more power over people than the govt does), they can do whatever they want to you. I donâ€™t think he shouldâ€™ve been fored for it, neither should the lady who flipped off trumps motorcade. I know all too well about â€œat-willâ€ employment; itâ€™s the sword of Damocles that all businesses hold over the heads of their employees. Itâ€™s not quite a monopoly as much as it is an oligopoly; google, amazon, Facebook, and twitter, all 4 can be tied directly or indirectly to about 99.9% of the web, and anything that comes along that might pose a threat to them, theyâ€™ll just buy out (like how a few years ago twitch began to emerge as a competition to YouTube, but amazon I think, bought twitch out keeping YouTube the top dog). The bigeest problem really is they all work together indirectly, to ensure no one can challenge their system. Not unlike phone companies and banks have done for decades prior.