Why women are letting men who claim they cannot control their urges make decisions concerning our bodies. Not their business. And if they have so little self control that a child can "tempt" them, why are they in charge?
2. The American Healthcare System
3. How we keep voting for the same duplicitous corrupt as*hats that rule our countries and somehow, magically, expect things to be different?
4. Antisemitism, I get that prejudice is always illogical but I don't even know where to begin understand it
5. How to properly fold a fitted sheet.
6. How soccer is any more interesting than watching paint dry
8. Crypto currency
9. Crypto currency
10. Math. Just anything more than the basics and my brain turns to mash.
11. American Football
How American Football works and why it's entertaining. I get that the burgers/hot dogs and the sexy cheerleaders are entertaining but I don't get why the game itself is fun to watch.
12. People buying stupid things
People who don't make a lot who blow all of their money on stupid things that make it look like they have money, rather than actually getting themselves ahead.
13. Money only has value because we agree it does, so why can't we just make inflation not happen?
How a dvd works. Or how a record player works, for that matter. Like how does it transfer the little grooves to make… sound and light? Black magic.
15. "The stock market"
16. "The Krebs Cycle"
17. "The 3 sea shells"
18. "How the state can tax our tax return. I will never understand this."
It was supoosed to be an educational tool about how capitalism and private property ownership funnel wealth into the hands of a wealthy few, at the expense of the working class.
Then a corporation copied it, rebranded that as a good thing and sold it as entertainment.
20. "Fourth dimension"
Think about describing something's location. 3d world is X, Y, and Z. So you could say "my keys are on the table, 10 ft in from the front door, 5 ft to the left, and 3ft off the ground."
But you go look, and they're not there. So, add a 4th dimension to your description, when were they there? Things move about in space over a period of time; time is that fourth dimension.
21. "String theory"
22. "How a camera works. And not as in I’m too dumb to use one but as is how the device functions."
23. "Magnets. Black magic f**kery."
24. "Finance. Anything beyond my bank account balance vs what I owe goes over my head. Mention interest and percentage and I’m off to lala land."
25. "The Monty Hall Problem"
26. "Aquateen Hungerforce"
Why are the Aquateen Hungerforce all giant fast food items, and why do they have a superhero team name when they just hang around annoying the neighbors and stuff?
27. "The greater than/less than signs"
I can't read them and am always confused as to which is what. Honestly don't care anymore, I made it this far this long without understanding them so I don't want to know now. But a lot of people still try to explain it to me, the alligator mouth really confuses me even more
"How bitcoin works"
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