I don't think our society has ever had the issue of art overtaking STEM though, and rarely will any amount of coercion turn someone born predisposed solely to mathematics into an artist, and vice versa. If the issue is delegating limited resources, then yeah maybe, but before we get to that, we have to address the USA's and other's complete lack of an understanding regarding resource management in general. There's hardly even a point in putting forth a logical argument, because we know half of any given country is run by complete fucking retards who will only ever do anything if people make a big enough stink about it, then take years to ever get around to implementing 1% of the idea under this ultra-accommodating guise.
I like how as soon as I made this point earlier:Keane wrote:Quickie last-minute response: I picked general taxation + bills for excessive usage because water is precisely the kind of thing that tax money is for, it doesn't make any sense to me that there'd be an additional bill to pay for something so basic and necessary. Those Irish people are smart not to take notes from the US's supremely homosexual tax spending.
LOL no one responded for over a week, and then:Adsolution wrote:No one voted for that though, so can someone give me a counter argument before I actually vote?
So I'm genuinely curious as to what people here are thinking, because only one person out of 10-15 tried to explain their opinion, and it was a very vague explanation:PluMGMK wrote:So the solution that was so resoundingly rejected by the Irish people actually attracted the most support here. I knew it…
R4Y_ANC3L wrote:But I do know that general water taxes encourage people to use their water supplies sparingly.