Don't tell me some 80 year old parents are my responsibility.
Science and technology are helping, and our staying at home will not help very much. At most, it will help a little and simultaneously cause cascades of financial and other issues for many people... which some of them can alleviate by performing some work and earning some money.
F & L,
I love your passion. You're absolutely wrong, but I love your passion. If the good of the many outweighs the good of the few, then how is it fair that so many people are unemployed because of the much smaller at-risk groups? You guys take both sides of the argument to suit your narratives. Which is it? Should 20 and 30-year-olds with no savings lose their jobs to benefit society or should 70 and 80-year-olds be sheltered to benefit society?
And don't say the answer is that everyone should be sheltered in for the benefit of society. Total economic destruction is most certainly not beneficial to either individuals or society.
Something tells me that roxy1 doesn’t exactly possess a “math brain,” and we are all wasting our time trying to (as my grandpa would’ve said) “teach a dog to drive.”
Hitting “mute” on ya, roxy1. You’re a colossal waste of time and energy. Adios.