First might I just say that I'm sinking back into the old habit of playing sc2 instead of winning at life. oh well.
I introduced my 8 year old nephew to 4's randoms today. It was a very facepalmy affair, but he was very keen to try it and he's also sick to death of doing co ops where I carry him like well... an 8 year old.
We still won some matches though and the matches we lost didn't affect my place on the 4v4 random diamond ladder, not that it matters. It's hard to take 4v4 seriously. I am still anticipating the day where we both roll zerg with 2 zerg allies, If there is one thing Liam excels at it is 6 pooling.
Anyway now for my blog's namesake. As much as I admire the human race and that despite how evil the system is, I still have food in my belly and a roof over my head. Nevertheless, there are a few niggling things that we representational nations need to change. As a start we should murder all private health insurers and burn down all private schools, with a rusty knife and petroleum respectively.
We need to eliminate private health and private education. Sounds ludicrous right? Ridiculous? Nonsensical? That's ok, I just ask you to hear me out.
Al of you dear readers believe in free education and health right? That even if you are born to the poorest family on earth, you still deserve an education because it is not your fault that your parents' spend all their money on the pokies and beer?That you still deserve to be seen by the doctor despite the fact that you couldn't afford college and had to work your ass off at el cheapo-mart that barely let's you pay the bills?
Sure you do. If you don't then I'm sorry but you need to walk a few miles in the shoes of someone who faces these problems. Then you need to give those shoes back because they are not yours and stealing is wrong mmmkay.
So we have established that free health care and education for all is a good thing but why does that mean private health and education needs to go? Surely they can happily work together side by side?
To which the answer is a reluctant yes, because although the system still works with both public and private options being available, unless it is heavily regulated, private health and education catalyzes the decay in the public system. Which, ladies and gentlemen, results in discrimination. Since the respective private systems are much better than the public, the financially challenged have to endure the public system and are at a disadvantage to those who can afford and happily pay for private health and education.
I would have thought in such a politically correct world, that discrimination would be quashed by now, but obviously class warfare is still alive and strong. Not that it's that great for the rich either. They are the people who are literally paying for it. So let's end this once and for all. So we can learn and live well once and for all. Instead of being left to die on the street just because the paramedics don't see a health insurance card in your wallet.