“Use the revenue of a minimum price on alcohol to subsidise non-alcoholic beers in pubs.”
It is difficult to find pubs in Britain that serve non-alcoholic lager and cider. The reason appears to be simple economics, that is, there is insufficient demand for the product.
In these tough economic times, it is the perfect opportunity to economically engineer improved social habits. Treat people to a cheaper, non-alcoholic alternative. Demand will increase. If this demand reaches a critical point, pubs will make it a default position to stock non-alcoholic lager and cider. Over time, socialising with non-alcoholic lager/cider will be normalised.
Individuals and society will win.
How to pronounce Etien Velikonja.
Looking for a job
You should think about what you are interested in and look for a career there…
Prepare well and you will
You begin your new job with gusto…
You master the ropes, this is EASY!
But your boss is a moron…
Your co-workers are grinding you down…
Despite your best efforts to stay entertained…
Then it hits you…
Watch and learn folks:
Diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer when he was nine years old, Josh Sundquist had his left leg amputated a year later. As a child he felt so self-conscious he was afraid to go to a public swimming pool in case other people stared at him.
“Everyone who says ‘oh it’s fake, he doesn’t really have one leg, or there’s no way someone can make that kind of physical transformation… To be honest I kind of think that some people look at it and they are like, this is so unbelievable, it’s too good to be true, and in some ways they don’t want to admit that it is a possibility for a person to do that… because if it was then they might have a responsibility to get in really good shape themselves.”
A song about mindfulness.