"Sign up for unemployment immediately" Presumably this is aimed at US audiences, because this sentence makes no sense otherwise?
@Kaitlyn Kochany@twitter agreed - I find it absolutely mindboggling that Americans talk like this is a normal, acceptable way to treat citizens of a wealthy country. I lived there for a few years and people just accept this completely shitty, unbelievably flawed system. It's your health you're talking about - and the health of your society - it should take priority for your lawmakers. I moved back to Europe (mainly because I have better things to do than navigate and pay through the nose for this system) and many of my American friends couldn't believe I thought there was a better quality of life outside the US. I don't want to be like 'wake up sheeple!!' but really...
@Dancercise <3 Gob!! But really, if Gob does it, that's a good indicator not to :) (Also it ALREADY means 'from where')
Why did I read this days before I leave the Bay Area for good :( PS please don't say 'from whence'