That medical insurance considers dental and eye care separate from your overall health.
Expecting service workers to stand all day.
Americans seem to be quite content with their 2 weeks vacation per year.
Commuting over an hour to a 45+ hour per week job.
The fact that we will tell, in detail, a rape story, murder, what have you, on the news, and even put photos of a carbomb or the horrible scene, but will edit the word fuck, shit, etc from the headline about it.
People won't let their kids play outside alone due to stranger danger, but will then post pictures and every detail of their lives (including their children's) on social media.
The Bystander Effect.
The more people that are around, the less likely someone is to intervene in a situation.
Having to walk into a job interview with a rationale for why you want to work for that specific company when everyone knows you're there because you need a job and they have one.
Saturday, September 17, 2016
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