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Korvo One answered mary adam's question

It has already been done in the USA.  At least for physical attributes. I do not know if it is possible to increase mentality the same way, It soon will not be necessary, for science will be able to correct genetic problems with specific people. (correct the genes so a person is not going to … Read more

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Korvo One thanked Ancient One's answer

I live in a rural community, not many families. But I do know there are 11 teenagers within a 15 mile radius of my house. I have gone to each home and spoke to a parent asking if I could offer their teenager a job weed wacking my yard. All parents gave their permission. I … Read more

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Korvo One answered Ancient One's question

I think you missed the fact that $12.50 does not sound like a lot of money to todays kids. Had you offered them $100.00, and said it will only take about 4 hrs a day for 2 days, and it includes pizza, you probably would have received a more positive response.  (And suggest that only … Read more

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Korvo One answered mary adam's question

Without domesticated animals, or industry, there are very few pollutants in the water. Fresh water from mountain streams etc. Is normally safe to drink.  Unfortunately man has caused the majority of the pollutants in the water.

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Korvo One thanked Ancient One's answer

Here are some possibilities. You are a 14 year old girl which limits you in many ways, however there are always possibilities. The first one I can think of is for you to make some connections. Get to know other kids your age that you can be friends with. If possible their family will help … Read more

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Korvo One answered Anonymous' question

Finish school, become an electronic engineer, join the IEEE, then go back to school and get a law degree, specializing in patents, by that time (assuming you start at 18) you should be about 30.  Work for 35 more years to pay off your student loans. Opps.. Time for retirement as you are 65 and … Read more

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Korvo One thanked Walter The Grump's answer

There seems to be a lack of respect for elders, others, property, those we disagree with, and ourselves. Look at all the violence over political ideology differences. Look at people destroying buildings and property belonging to others. I feel people are also far more rude now then I remember years ago.

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Korvo One thanked Yin and Yang's answer

My answer is probably a little old fashioned but I stick to it. (I will not respond to any negative comment about my opinion.) I am sorry but children need structure and security and they get that by having one parent stay at home with them. Kids are raising themselves and how do you expect … Read more

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Korvo One thanked hey cameron's answer

Everyone is becoming more radical, pushing politics to extremes where people now see anyone who disagrees with them as an enemy that needs to be destroyed. People act like "the other side" is pure evil, how do you expect people to react to that? No one wants to come together to work out a solution, … Read more

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Korvo One answered Walter The Grump's question

Kids have not been taught to be responsible for their own actions. Possibly because they are latch key kids, and have nobody to correct them if they do something wrong. I was in Vegas and the hotel was putting wire fencing around the parking structure. Why? Some fellow had tried to commit suicide by jumping … Read more