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  • JamieTwort Ah right, good luck with those. The one good thing about studying is being able to listen to music almost constantly. Working full time it's hard to find the time to listen to as much music as I'd like sometimes.
    July 25 03:59 AM
  • JamieTwort Hey man, good thanks, how're things with you? Never heard of him but I'll be sure to check out his new one, thanks.
    July 25 03:41 AM
  • LambsBread Whether or not that is a rational belief, the reality is it is much harder to pass a program like this in the US than in Germany, because people here feel they are being taxed to much AND its impossible to get democrats and republicans to agree on what to cut. I imagine the political situation in germany is not as hostile, but im not sure. I don't know a ton about Germany, so I could be wrong about all this, but this is my opinion as of now.
    July 9 02:57 PM
  • LambsBread I think thats where we agree. I'm not against taxpayer funded higher education. But I think it makes more sense for the states to do it. The biggest reason is there is definitely an unwillingness to have a welfare state and/or taxpayer higher education in the US, by a huge portion of the population.
    July 9 02:54 PM
  • There's more to the practicality of having a welfare state and taxpayer-funded higher-education than the needy people:wealthy people ratio though. The US having 300 million people to account for, across such a ridiculous amount of territory (that includes Alaska and Hawaii), makes the logistics and information gathering of a welfare programs more costly and less effective.
    July 8 09:11 PM

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