How to fix the drug pricing problem
> National shortage of blood pressure drug shows safeguards are needed, doctors say
> Drug shortages have 'greatly increased' over the past 3-5 years say Canadian pharmacists
It turns out, our current hypercapitalist system is an extremely bad way to do healthcare
Video game idea:
You play as a new hire in some SV corp. The gameplay revolves around handling your workday events (checking emails, answering calls, solving puzzles in the form of spreadsheets, meeting colleagues etc..). Each workday has recurring as well as random events. You need to manage your work/life balance while getting things done.
Short after being assigned to a new project, you begin noticing odd exchanges, references to other projects with ominous code names etc... that pick the interest both you and some of your colleagues.
As you decide which lead to follow, the troubling truth about what the corporation is actually working on begins to unfold.
Your goal becomes collecting enough evidence to expose the company.
The greatest grift the privileged ever ran was convincing everybody that "Anarchy" was another word for "Chaos", and not an ideology based in the dismantling of hierarchy to be replaced with a system founded in equity. It’s almost like a small albeit powerful group of ppl´s privilege and influence depends on a strict pecking order they’d do literally anything to maintain . Almost .
Strong language; Christians; Rich people
Conservative Christians: Is it wrong to be rich?
Christians: I'm just not sure if it's a sin to have way more wealth than everyone else
Jesus: Well you're sure as fuck not going to heaven
Christians: Sounds to me like being rich isn't a sin per se; it's your relationship with God that counts
Jesus: *Full Jim-Halpert into the camera*
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