. I just dont know if it can work. If you take a look at any country that has attempted any kind of alternative government (communism,fascism,socialism), most have failed except Cuba and to an extent China,theyre still partially communist. But otherwise,i LOVE the idea.
Ummm...Sweden? That's a Socialist state and they go alright
Ok in response to you out there that put 18 becuase of soldiers. I am in the Army. Have been for 4 years. I'm an SSG (E-6). I believe yes if they are old enough to carry a weapon to defend this country yes serve them a beer, so yes the people under 18 and IN the military should be allowed to drink. (Some bases alow this already, Fort Bliss being one that I know of, some still don't) '
So with a military ID they should be able to drink if 18. But those who like to say "If I'm old enough to serve and die for my country then I should be able to drink" Well I would like to say JOIN THE F**KING MILITARY!!! YOU ARE NOT SERVING AS OF RIGHT NOW! SO STFU!!!!!
Ok sorry, that sh!t pisses me off people who like to say that but are not in the military. Shut up!!
So my vote stands at 21 without a military ID and 18 with a military ID.
i get your point but i also think if you're letting military drink you're inviting accidents. a lot of people in the army are wankers trying to prove their toughness...like obviously not everyone but yeah some people are and drinking only escalates that.
But i do understand where you're coming from, and people will be dickheads in the military or out i guess
Both a vegetarian and an omnivorous diet can be healthy, but a balanced omnivorous diet is the best, as some nutrients in a vegetarian diet, although high in content, are not taken up by the body as they are found in slightly different forms.
not necessarily. you can actually be just as healthy as a vegetarian. i've been a vegetarian all my life and i'm healthier than most people with balanced omnivorous diets. Most vegetarians just dont know how to keep their diets balanced with supplements and legumes etc
So i've spent a few weeks skiing in the Australian Alps, and on the last day i stacked spectacularly and broke my right thumb and elbow, and tore my tricep it was hilarious til i couldnt move my arm any more
but the point is, how do you guys keep in condition when you cant play guitar for a while?