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  1. I think normalizing multigenerational households (ie. grandparents as daytime caretakers) is the best solution. The elderly are so isolated in first world countries, long for familial and quite frankly just any human connection and separating families means less people to help take care of children and thus difficulty with having and supporting larger families. We gotta go full Irish.

  2. I agree it does seem to make sense except often the boomers are not fit to take care of kids. I have been hanging out on pregnancy/new parents subreddits recently (bad case of baby fever, too bad I can't afford to have babies atm) and I have seen numerous posts there complaining about boomer grandparents. "My boomer MIL keeps spanking my toddler despite my protests", "My boomer mom decided she hates baby car seat and was upset at me when I told her it's unsafe for her to drive the baby around without it". All the time posts on grandparents feeding kids junk food, letting kids watch TV all day, disregarding safety guidelines, disregarding kids rights to bodily autonomy (like when a toddler says 'grandma stop tickling me' and grandma doesn't stop) and so on.

  3. That’s so crazy were there comments on there complaining about husband’s parenting too? You’re saying…families sometime have differences of opinion on child rearing?

  4. Yes, I have also seen quite a few posts in which the women complained about their immature husbands (often gamers obviously). That's a different problem, though.

  5. Cameron kojarzy mi się od razu z Diaz - kobiece.

  6. "Cameron is a given name in the English language. It is a popular unisex name in North America, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Cameron is ranked as a top 50 name for boys in Scotland."

  7. Czego w określeniu 'PIERWSZE skojarzenie' nie zrozumiałeś?

  8. Zrozumiałam określenie, tylko wyjaśniam, że jego zastosowanie jest bezsensowne i dlatego Twój komentarz dostał niejedną łapkę w dół. Pierwsze skojarzenie na temat, na którym się człowiek nie zna, jest zazwyczaj bezwartościowe.

  9. W 2008 roku bankrutowały banki i koszt ponieśliśmy wszyscy - rządy musiały wspierać je gigantycznym subwencjami. Dlaczego? Bankructwo banku doprowadza do posypania się gospodarki i wyparowania naszych wszystkich oszczędności. Obecny system finansowy jest owszem niesprawiedliwy, ale nic z tym nie zrobimy bez gigantycznej globalnej reformy. I w obecnym niesprawiedliwym systemie takie nagłe zabranie kasy bankom to igranie z ogniem. PiS jak zawsze podejmuje decyzję pochopnie, bez przeanalizowania ich skutków. Od pomysłu dwa miesiące do ustawy, bo przecież to nie ich problem, co będzie za parę lat.

  10. No i skoro mowa od zysku - nie miałabym żadnego problemu, gdyby zamiast wakacji kredytowych rząd zrobił nowy podatek od zysku banków. Wtedy wiadomo, że banki które go płacą mają nadprogramową kasę i zabieramy im kwotę proporcjonalną do ich zysków. Problem mam z zabieraniem wszystkim bankom losowej kwoty (zależnej od liczby kredytów hipotecznych), bo może to obciążyć nieproporcjonalnie małe banki.

  11. W szczególności "zarobić więcej" to nie znaczy "mieć zysk do dyspozycji" bo różne koszta też się zmieniły.

  12. Yes, if you believe that cats would prefer non existence to existence without killing song birds, euthanasia is also an ethical option I suppose since cats can't directly communicate their will.

  13. Actually, I believe that there is no ethical choice here. Keeping cats prisoner against their will isn't ethical, letting cats outside so that they can decimate bird populations isn't ethical and neither is euthanizing all cats. All options are bad and it's like a trolley problem - choosing what you believe to be a lesser evil.

  14. Why should bird populations pay the ultimate price for our tampering with nature?

  15. "distinct benefit of cats not being eaten" I live in Europe and there are no predators endangering cats in my area. The traffic and dogs are pretty much the only danger. So if you live in a safe low-traffic area in the suburbs, there are no risks for cats at all. Why would you assume cats are always unsafe outside? It does depend on the area and yes, this should be taken into account.

  16. My 2.5 year old just recently told us "it was dark in Mummy's tummy"

  17. Some kids say things like this but unfortunately so far there is no way to tell whether they really remember anything before birth or if they created those memories based on their vivid imagination combined with the explanations of pregnancy they hear from adults.

  18. Szczecin mógłby być świetnym miejscem, ale jest niestety zaniedbany i ma patolę w samym centrum (rozpadające się stare kamienice jako budynki komunalne).

  19. Szczecin jest bardzo dziwnym miastem. Posiadając prawie połowę mniej ludnosci niż Kraków, powierzchniowo jest raptem kilka procent mniejszy. Od każdej strony Szczecina, w okolicznych wsiach, stawiają się nowe nieruchomości, przez co powstają przedmieścia do przedmieść. Znajomi którzy pokupowali mieszkania na Warzymicach czy innych Dołujach rano potrafią spędzić ponad godzinę w korkach, bo cała sypialnia sztormuje rano do roboty, czy dzieci do szkoły odstawić.

  20. Skoro o dojazdach mowa, to słyszałam, że niektórzy pobudowali się nawet tuż za granicą niemiecką i dojeżdżają do Szczecina codziennie z Niemiec. Ktoś mi kiedyś tłumaczył, że to przez jakieś skomplikowane zasady podatkowe (?), ale już nie pamiętam argumentacji.

  21. In other countries the level of strict “no alcohol allowed” during pregnancy doesn’t exist. In the US there aren’t enough studies done to decipher whether or not it’s absolutely detrimental to drink 1 drink every other day or even up to 3 drinks per week (not consumed all in one night). That’s because it’s unethical. Not to mention the fact that most women who drink heavily enough to cause FAS also consume other drugs.

  22. I live in Central Europe (Poland) and drinking during pregnancy is absolutely discouraged and frowned upon here.

  23. Why do we humans struggle with grey / nuance? One glass of red wine is not giving anyone cancer.

  24. Also, I am referring to the newest research: recently scientists have found that alcohol is much more harmful than they had previously thought.

  25. "hehe starzy ludzie i seks xDdDDDdd"

  26. Prawdopodobnie jakieś nudne korpostatystyki: być może sklep ma najsłabszy utarg we wtorki i próbuje ściągnąć wtedy ludzi losowymi promocjami, bo jak już przyjdą, to przy okazji zrobią większe zakupy.

  27. Stop being physically affectionate. Physical affection releases hormone oxytocin, (also called the love hormone) and will deepen your feelings. Tell her you can't keep on doing this if she's not interested in you romantically because you're straight and that's your body's natural reaction.

  28. STEM majors are great tools for upward social mobility. Studying computer science and engineering is a feasible way to get a well-paying job if you are a member of lower class who is smart enough. So naturally you have more interest in those majors in poorer countries among all genders. Coincidentally, poorer countries are probably what you consider as "countries with the lowest rates of gender equality".

  29. If you are looking for gender differences that affect gender gap on STEM, then I think the main one is that girls are more social. I recently saw statistics from my central European country and here we have way more women majoring in fields of medicine and law (both around 65% women and 35% men). I think those majors are what women with analytical skills most often choose - career paths where you can both think/make decisions and work with people.

  30. I read all the novels in Polish. Enjoyed the short stories, didn't like the rest of the series.

  31. I love being a polish Jew it’s so fun always fun new stuff like this to look forward to 😌🫶😍🥰

  32. Lol it's nothing new, this country has been antisemitic for years. Like in 1968 when all Jewish people who managed to make it through WW2 got kicked out.

  33. I'm Polish and this is a real thing. My childhood friend's small-town superstitious parents had a picture like that in their hallway throughout our childhood (it wasn't upside down though). This picture disappeared from their hallway a few years back thankfully. I never heard anyone talk about it and I definitely won't be starting any conversations about it.

  34. Yeah that would be great because these are the same banks that fucked us all .. remember the recession of 2008 .. don't u forget who caused it .. fucking banks . Thanks a lot

  35. Sadly if banks go bankrupt, the whole economy fails. So whenever they are in financial trouble, governments bail them out with taxpayer money. We cannot make banks pay without suffering ourselves.

  36. I really hope she consented to being posted on Reddit. Grats on the set, the flower bouquet looks really cute, I'm considering getting it too.

  37. To raczej nie kruk, one nie bardzo funkcjonują w miastach. Jeśli cały czarny to gawron, jeśli z szarą kamizelką to wrona. Ale spotkanie super <3

  38. +1, wielki czarny ptak w mieście to na 90% gawron nie kruk.

  39. Isn't this dude basically Bojack Horseman in real life?

  40. Sadly it turns out you can't control this new character. It's just an NPC who joins your party. Cool quest though.

  41. Wolfgang is perfection. I’d definitely buy him as a real, serious threat to Angua, Vimes, and, well, everybody.

  42. Carrot should be played by a skilled actor who can look like a dumb nice boy in some scenes and then get this shrewd expression from time to time. Not sure if Liam Hemsworth could do it.

  43. See one of the great joys of Carrot for me is that you’ll never see a shrewd expression on his face. Angua’s never been able to say for certain, even to herself. The only indication that he might be smarter than he lets on are the end results of his actions, and even when all’s said and done it’s still possible that he’s just a genuine country boy who‘s doing what he thinks is right and stuff happens to work out right. Always. Every time.

  44. Now that you say it, it does sound right. Maybe I should reread the books, it's been some time.

  45. Get a windows laptop… Macs are great but most of systems or softwares used in CS classes and labs at Uni are all on windows. There are ofcourse alternatives for Macs but it usually involves extra steps to set them up.

  46. My Uni used Linux exclusively. At first they had some niche distribution on all Uni PCs and then they switched the PCs to Debian. Most students had Ubuntu on own machines. What exactly would you need Windows for?

  47. I guess it depends on the schools. At my uni proffessors use WinXP, PuTTY and note pad for frontend courses, CodeBlocks for C++ and I think these arent compatible with Macs. I could be wrong though. The rest such as VScode, android studio and many others are okey on Macs. As a first yr student, sometimes its good to use the same softwares as the proffessor to avoid confusions. But again, I can tell from the comments that every school is unique.

  48. You can do all of that on Linux as well. You can ssh directly from terminal on Linux. There are plenty of IDEs available for Ubuntu like Clion (C/C++), Intellij Idea (Java), Eclipse (Java), VSCode. Many Notepad apps on Linux as well, including some with syntax highlighting like Notepad++ or Kate. For hardcore people there's also Emacs or vim.

  49. There's a retro gaming place as well:

  50. European here and I'm aghast. Do things like that really happen in civilized countries or are y'all just making this up?

  51. Kurwa jak można się łapać na takie rzeczy. Od razu do ubezwłasnowolnienia

  52. No niestety, najprawdopodobniej wszystkich nas czeka demencja. Lub ewentualnie wcześniejsza śmierć.

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