Ask @SergeKent:

¿Que opinas del Karma? ¿Crees en eso de que si haces cosas buenas te pasarán cosas buenas y si haces cosas malas te pasarán cosas malas, y que al final todos acabamos recibiendo lo que nos merecemos?

Quiero pensar, filosóficamente, que los actos de bondad y generosidad son recompensados de alguna manera... Y el ser un cabrón te acabará pesando. Pero aunque no exista el 'karma', yo seguiré contento de ser lo mas generoso y amable que pueda.

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¿Por que si yo no quiero ir a un restaurante porque son todos negros me tachan de racista, pero si Will Smith no quiere ir a la ceremonia de los Oscar porque todos los nominados son blancos, no?

En la cabeza de muchos estadounidenses (que están obsesionados con la raza), el hecho de haber tenido discriminaciones les da poder para juzgar que es y que no es racismo. Algún ideólogo te dirá que tiene sentido, que un negro nunca puede ser racista en un lugar dominado por blancos con privilegio... Pero en mi opinión se equivocan. En el caso de Smith, no hubo nominados porque no hubo actores afroamericanos que actuasen lo suficientemente bien como para destacar (a criterio de la Academia)

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Is global warming real? What do you think will happen?

Of course is real, I know it's a natural process, but human being augmented its impact and made it happen faster than It should. What is going to happen is a huge leap in global temperature and areas which were template will become arid and northern territories will become template. Also the increase of the sea level will be noticeable.

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People have paid something for healing throughout human history. Are you really that big a communist that you think now that healthcare is finally worth a shit it should be free?

That's not true, and you know it. In Ancient Greek healthcare was free for citizens, also in the Roman Empire those who were citizens and paid their taxes were entitled to it. And we can count many civilizations... Also, in the Middle Ages healthcare was done for free because it was a service for God (mostly).
I can't see healthcare as a business, and I find hypocrisy in having a public high school education system, or a state postal service and let people dying only because they can't afford it. That's not human, man.

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What do you refuse to pay for?

As a Health care professional. To pay for being cured is immoral. Not that doctors and nurses aren't allowed to get paid for their work, but they must paid (and well) by the state and let everyone being attended. Of course, all of this If there are enough resources. (Which almost everywhere in the Western world have)

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