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    A successful socialist economy

    Eating what well? Carbs, processed foods, and seed oils are going to get you. And if you don't exercise, welcome sarcopenia. Of course, cancer can be in the genetic cards. But the notion that aging means you have no option but to be frail and sick is ridiculous.
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    A successful socialist economy

    Well, this just can't be true. US Americans don't have UK style healthcare. How can they be entrepreneurs? https://www.economist.com/united-states/2020/10/10/the-number-of-new-businesses-in-america-is-booming
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    A successful socialist economy

    It is a choice, Tom. Most health issues are caused by diet and lifestyle. If you eat three meals a day, with snacks in between, you're going to be sick. This ain't hard. Think of all the folks who reversed Type 2 diabetes with diet and exercise.
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    A successful socialist economy

    Well, of course. Healthcare is a business. Gotta make up reasons for them to come back.
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    A successful socialist economy

    Why? Unless you each shit and don't exercise, there's really no reason to be anxious about access to healthcare. Being unhealthy is a choice.
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    A successful socialist economy

    Well, okay. The question was whether access to healthcare is an impediment to young entrepreneurship. Why would it be?
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    A successful socialist economy

    Of course, if you want to benefit from Swedish Socialism, it helps to have Swedes.
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    A successful socialist economy

    Huh? Why would a healthy young person need to frequent healthcare? For what?
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    A successful socialist economy

    Young people can be great entrepreneurs. How old were Jobs and Gates when they started? But you don’t have to think that big. Young people are full of ideas, but probably lack the knowledge on how to start.
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    A successful socialist economy

    If a young person needs to frequent healthcare, that person must be very unhealthy or a hypochondriac.
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    A successful socialist economy

    Nah. Unless a young person has a congenital condition, healthcare isn’t on the radar. That’s a benefit of being young. The consequences of the unhealthy Western diet and lifestyle are years away.
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    A successful socialist economy

    I dunno. Young people don’t think much about healthcare. I imagine if we wanted to encourage entrepreneurship, we’d teach financial literacy, business, and practical skills in secondary schools. But, no time for that. Pronouns, gender flags, and how evil America is are far more important...
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    A successful socialist economy

    If socialism means less regulation and the encouragement of business formation, let’s have it.
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    Another Fucking Mass Shooting At US School

    Really. I’d risk my life without hesitation to protect my children.
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