And what do you get from that? Less accidental shootings because the kids know how to handle the real thing properly instead of waving around their dad's gun like it's a toy and accidentally offing their best friend.
Also, I noticed that it says they'll be collecting data on all non-EU citizens that enter the EU. Basically, they'll be collecting fingerprints from everyone that isn't from the EU. Meaning Americans, Canadians, Australians and so on. Which means they'll have highly personal information on basically every tourist that wants a vacation in Italy or France or whatever. I was going to have more of an argument in this and the next few sentences but I ran out of brain. I don't know how to explain how unnecessary keeping fingerprints (and more) of every tourist that comes into your general region is. What is even the purpose of doing this?
Hmm. I found something interesting in one of my classes today. In the area I live, there's apparently some 'legal aid centers' that provide legal help in civil cases for free. Wonder if they have any in Anderson, Indiana. It'd certainly make it easier to sue if you don't have the threat of 'win or you get to pay a bunch of money you don't have' hanging above your head.
Timothy, every time you mention a 'fusion center' I start wondering if we've already succeed at creating fusion power plants at a commercial scale. Though I'm pretty sure what's really going on there is denser than even a supernova can fuse..
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