How much does it cost to save a life? | Peter Singer | big Think

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How much does it cost to save a life? | Peter Singer | big Think

How much does it cost to save a life? New videos DAILY: Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For the amount it costs to save one life in the United States, several hundred or a thousand lives could be saved in developing countries. You can make small sacrifices to fuel your personal philanthropy. Instead of giving, we're buying ourselves things that we don't really need, says philosopher Peter Singer. Things that might range from expensive cars to simply buying bottled water when we can drink the water out of the tap. Peter Singer is the founder of The Life You Can Save, an organization that aims to help change the culture of giving in affluent countries and increase donations to reputable and effective nonprofits. The Life You Can Save: How to Do Your Part to End World Poverty: 10th Anniversary Edition is available here: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PETER SINGER Peter Singer is the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University in the University Center for Human Values and Laureate Professor at the University of Melbourne, in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies. He is widely considered to be one of the world’s most influential living philosophers. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TRANSCRIPT: I was moved to write this book because I was aware that there are so many people in extreme poverty in developing countries who we can help. There are effective organizations. We can assist them and save their lives or restore their sight if they're blind or prevent them going blind, many other things that we can do. But a lot of people don't realize how cheap it is, basically, to save a life of somebody in a developing country, whereas here in the United States or other affluent nations, we would spend hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of dollars to save the lives of people who are very ill through intensive care units, we save their lives. But for the amount that we're spending to save one life here in the United States we could maybe save many hundreds or a thousand lives in developing countries. It seems, to me, wrong that we are not doing something about that when we have this opportunity to help people at relatively little expense. We're not doing that and instead we're buying ourselves things that we don't really need. Things that might range from expensive cars to simply buying bottled water when we can drink the water out of the tap. All the time we're spending things that either by themselves or added together could save somebody's life or give somebody a much better quality of life. There is something about human nature that makes it harder for us to give to strangers, especially distant strangers who we don't really see. And that's because we evolved from our primate ancestors already living in social groups as chimpanzees, for example, live today in small social groups where they know each other. Every chimpanzee in the group recognizes every other chimpanzee in the group and knows that they're part of their group. So they will help each other in need. And as we emerged we also lived in small groups. Gradually, they got bigger—a lot of anthropologists think that the typical human society was about 150 individuals. But still if you're living with 150 individuals all your life you will get to know them all. And so you develop an ethic of helping other people in your group and you develop a kind of emotional response to seeing their needs and you would go and try to help them and meet their needs. But now that we're living in societies of tens or hundreds of millions of people and a world of billions of people we don't have that personal connection. So we can't rely on that immediate emotional response to someone else's need and to someone who we know. So we have to really use our head as well as our heart. I think our emotions are still there. We still have a sense that it's bad that people should suffer. It's bad that children should die. But we have to do that operation in our head of saying yes, and even though I can't see these people I know that they are dying. I can read the statistics, the report on this. I know that there are organizations that will take my donation and reduce the number of children dying. So that's what I want to do. But that's a step that isn't based on a kind of evolved intuitive response. It's a step that really has to come out of our rational reflection on who we are, where we are and where the other people in the world are. Read more on .

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gr8 Meme 1 month ago
frick the third world, Darwin gang
Tyr Bjoerdal 1 month ago
Small steps look outside find the nearest homeless person.
Youssef 1 month ago
What about overpopulation
The Asari Queen 1 month ago
🎼 Step one, you say we need to talk He walks, you say sit down, it's just a talk He smiles politely back at you You stare politely right on through Some sort of window to your right As he goes left, and you stay right Between the lines of fear and blame You begin to wonder why you came Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend Somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how to save a life Let him know that you know best Cause after all, you do know best Try to slip past his defense Without granting innocence Lay down a list of what is wrong The things you've told him all along And pray to God he hears you And I pray to God he hears you Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend Somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how to save a life As he begins to raise his voice You lower yours and grant him one last choice Drive until you lose the road Or break with the ones you've followed He will do one of two things He will admit to everything Or he'll say he's just not the same And you'll begin to wonder why you came Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend Somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how to save a life Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend Somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how to save a life How to save a life How to save a life Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend Somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how to save a life Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend Somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how to save a life 🎼
Nathan Lackey 1 month ago
This channel doesn't truly get the recognition it deserves.
apgovea1 g 1 month ago
They are the ones with the opportunities that are being squandered instead of being patriots and dragging their country out of the stone age into the future they choose to live in the past.
E V 1 month ago
If y’all are disabled in any way this guy would rather have you dead. He’s trash and I hope we all eat meat
Gas Mask 1 month ago
as well as corruption and scams, i for one distrust almost everyone
Iplywittrees 1 month ago
listen to Swindled
M. M 1 month ago
It would be interesting to weight donations vs distrusting actions (such as wars, exploitation, etc) of each country. Because if you are responsible for doing most of the damage worldwide, donations are just an instrument of hipocrasy.
steve betance 1 month ago
Jesus paid for you with His blood
Amante 1 month ago
More than it costs to end one, for some reason.
Rand Huso 1 month ago
Doesn't anybody learn from history? We should *not* be helping anyone. Every region must equilibrate to the carrying capacity of their homeland. Even Rev. Thomas Malthus addressed this in his little treatise. Every breeding group must develop their own technology - otherwise you wind up with savages wielding nuclear weapons, or populations that are all starving because there's more of them than can be supported ecologically - and just moving them to other places in the world doesn't actually solve the continuing problem.
Gas Mask 1 month ago
@Paul Dygert eugenics vs over population?
Paul Dygert 1 month ago
Nothing like bringing out 19th century pseudoscience to back your eugenics nazi ideology
Hilary White 1 month ago
Peter Singer; proponent of Nazi ideology. Nice.
Ekyllier 1 month ago
What about this video speaks Nazi ideology to you?
Eli Nope 1 month ago
Saving more lives in Africa is part of the damned problem. Look at the 1970's and 80's we fed the starving children, they grew up and had more children to starve. Look at the birth rate in Africa and the birth rate in the US. US citizens have already given up so much to help strangers, and those strangers used that help to create larger problems. Let's consider how to prevent more lives from being born in these third world countries, every baby not born is a baby that can't starve and doesn't need to be saved.
hackprefect 1 month ago
@Eli Nope Depends on how one quantifies drastically. But, by most metrics, one could say that, yes. Per capita GDP has increased, life expectancy has increased, quality of life (at least how the UN measures it) has increased. Though, we have to keep in mind that it's all relative. Currently there are about 5.5 births per woman as of last measure. This is only down from 6.4 about 25 years prior.
Eli Nope 1 month ago
@hackprefect So I should be able to look at say Nigeria's birth rate and see that it has declined in the last 25 years as they have drastically increased in quality of life right?
hackprefect 1 month ago
@Eli Nope I don't believe that person is saying that lower birth rates, as a concept in and of itself, is bad. The issue is the method by which it is done. Just saying to lower birth rates to prevent more children from dying from illness or starvation doesn't address the actual problem, which is a lower quality of life. Birth rates in developed countries drops as a product of lower infant mortality, longer life spans, and higher quality of life. It is an effect, not a cause. So, the solution still points to doing work to raise the quality of life for developing and underdeveloped nations.
Eli Nope 1 month ago
@Paul Dygert So you are saying that lowering birth rate in these poor countries is a bad thing? If so, is lowering it in western countries also a bad thing? If not, then what's your problem with my statement, or are you just prejudice against westerners?
Paul Dygert 1 month ago
Lol found the eugenics guy. Def not a nazi
Allen Hernandez 1 month ago
Hey what a coincidence. I’m doing a persuasive speech over disease prevention and this video pops up
Brother Delphi 1 month ago
from the bloke who inspired Post Birth Abortion in his book Practical Ethics
Frankie Cal 1 month ago
So true he's a mentality sick and evil person but leftist dummies will love him because he sounds smart never reading any of his books and knowing that he's a real sicko.
Thijs van Gisbergen 1 month ago
1:00 you know what seems wrong to me? That there are so many people in the world in the first place. Everything points at overpopulation and yet nothing is done about it.
Thijs van Gisbergen 1 month ago
​@Sucker Free Ok, me neither. You'd agree on we rather prevent having to move to other places from happening, right, correct? I state, that we should take action for this now, reducing the demand for resources and reducing pollution is a big deal. And fewer people = less of both. And I mean, moving, that would take another massive amount of resources and it would throw us a couple centuries back technologically. Not desirable right ;)
Sucker Free 1 month ago
@Thijs van Gisbergen I never said that's a solution I'm just putting humans in a perspective that is easier to understand. So if the planet warms up those places not desirable to live now will obviously change and humans as they have since the beginning will adapt. I don't believe in prophecies or fortune tellers claiming to know what the future holds everything is speculative. One thing I do know is humans are terrible at making predictions.
Thijs van Gisbergen 1 month ago
@PC Principle With all due respect, I do not like your tone. And second of all, you are putting words in my mouth, it seems like you are trying to make me look like the bad guy. I'm simply stating a problem, I think you need to recognize. Mr anonymous. Please be respectful, or be quiet on my comments please, thanks a lot. I suggest a controlled way of making babies. ;) lol. Come on. You are assuming the worst of me now. You must be annoyed, perhaps you should count to ten, ok?
Thijs van Gisbergen 1 month ago
@Sucker Free On your comment again, fun story, yet unrealistic. Things aren't like that, you can speculate about it all you want but you can't argue with facts, this isn't the case and most probably will never be the case.
Thijs van Gisbergen 1 month ago
@PC Principle ​ @PC Principle And on your other 2nd comment, just because it's land surface, doesn't mean it's habitable I mean if you want to live on top of a mountain or in a swamp, be my guest. But that's not being realistic, at all if you ask me. I'm not political.
Michael Brown 1 month ago
There is no greater advocate for the poor than an employer.
Michael Brown 1 month ago
@djayjp Agreeing with what? that the rich don't pay taxes? I have never seen the tax forms of any other person. Therefore, I am not qualified to agree or disagree with you. I believe, however, that rich people are the general creators of wealth and that the percentage of the wealth they keep compared to the total wealth they create is minuscule. For example, if a rich man builds a million dollar house, the only way that society is made poorer by such an act is if he steals the materials, doesn't pay the laborers, and the courts all rule in his favor against all the subsequent lawsuits. In that case, he has destroyed wealth for society at large. I do not, however, believe that to be the case. In reality, he hires laborers directly, and indirectly, he hires laborers who produce the materials for his direct laborers to assemble. There is a lot of money to follow there to understand to total impact. Real wealth is created, not just taken from other people.
Tary88 1 month ago
@djayjp Im disagreeing with it and I posted a link pointing it out. Bottom 32 percent pay no taxes.
djayjp 1 month ago
@Michael Brown Haha sorry I should've said non-obvious fact. Are you genuinely disagreeing with this?
Tary88 1 month ago
@djayjp If that graph is correct the rich pay 1.83 times their share.
Tary88 1 month ago
@djayjp Not sure if links work in comments.
Mello.B33 1 month ago
Hilarious. The guy is delusional and he has no idea what he is talking about.
djayjp 1 month ago
@Mello.B33 Too bad you can't see through your own BS.
Mello.B33 1 month ago
@djayjp just the truth. There are many videos like that on this channel. This is done to promote certain people, ideas, products etc. Use logic, reason, critical thinking skills and common sense to see thru the BS.
djayjp 1 month ago
@Mello.B33 Convincing.
Mello.B33 1 month ago
​@djayjp this kind of nonsense does not even warrants a proper response with explanation why he is 100% wrong.
djayjp 1 month ago
Nice example of an ad hominem. Thanks internet.
ro pro 1 month ago
The last thing the planet needs is more people.
d3st88 1 month ago
@djayjp You can't educate a highly religious and barbaric culture with 60 average IQ more than you can educate your dog.
d3st88 1 month ago
The last thing the planet needs is more people trying to fund low quality human beings in Africa to make more people.
djayjp 1 month ago
However what the data clearly demonstrates is that as you raise people up with education and increased standard of living, they inevitably have fewer children. So if you want fewer people on this planet, you should help those in need.
Shamut on EV’s 1 month ago
It’s not about emotions, it’s about economics. Completely missing the point. Is Big Think under new management?
Ekyllier 1 month ago
He is talking about economics. He is thinking of alternative solutions to the current system though.
Yoso 1 month ago
Interesting how some place “life” as preferable to “death.” However, if one listens to practically any near death experiencer, they’d find a passion for being permitted to move on to the next realm.
djayjp 1 month ago
Yes it's so great that you should move on to the next realm right now.
Fleezus Christ 1 month ago
Yoso “next realm”
Richard Volke 1 month ago
Amazing video
Ace Hardy 1 month ago
🙏🏽
Petar Stamenkovic 1 month ago
You can't force people to act morally, not be corrupt or participate in a system where truth is shunned. The best you can do for them is be the light they can see and aspire to be. The _only_ way for poor countries to get rich is to adopt morals and values that have proven themselves to work everywhere else and abandon those things that are making them poor and miserable. Saying that offends people. Aren't all cultures equal? Only a willfully blind person would think that.
Gas Mask 1 month ago
@Petar Stamenkovic What i see is a lack of 'descent opportunity, most healthy people will gladly participate in meaningful employment there's been studies that show meaningfulness out weights wages, most people end up taking jobs they don't want, Then finding the workplace was not the utopia they were looking for , everyone's a wage slave hoping of becoming an entrepreneur, then one weights the morality of the market place and competing mind cults for brand loyalty. its a join a cult or become one yourself world
Petar Stamenkovic 1 month ago
​@Gas Mask There are definite problems, poverty and inequality being one of them, and fixing them requires truth and love. It looks to me that the world is growing more polarized and everyone would rather smear their ideological opponents and spread fake news, dishonesty and hate for the other side. To me, it looks like both political left and right have an important message concerning poverty, for example. Neither provides a wholesome picture, because simply throwing money at poverty is as limited thinking as claiming all you need is better personal responsibility. It looks like we need more nuanced approach where we realize that people do need to claim more personal responsibility, but that they need financial support too. To me, it's not a question which side is right, but to what degree are people lacking money, or better values/personal responsibility. Ignoring or demonizing the other side of the problem does not make the problem go away. I expect democracy to work in a way where left/right find a common ground and act together for the benefit of the people they represent and care for. It looks increasingly like left/right would rather sabotage the right/left and paint them as bigoted extremists that can't be reasoned or worked with. That brings me back to what the solution looks like to me- truth and love.
Gas Mask 1 month ago
@Petar Stamenkovic Thanks, Petar from Serbia, and of course i understand that technology and the industrial age has made life vastly better for the majority of the world and has made some so rich that the top 3% hold more wealth then the rest of the world combined, yet in such an age of wealth we in the US, a wealthy country have inner city ghetto's, a large homeless class, and more prisoners then any other country in the world, very few are self sufficient almost everyone relies on the government and corporate infrastructures, it seems an EMP event could bring it all down, its dog eat dog, where your not sure who you can trust, you can be fired from your job for just about anything, and the vast population of lower middle class are living pay check to pay check, most wealthy people in the US made their money through real estate investments, it takes money to make money, takes money to get collage certificates, so Socioeconomic mobility is difficult. Natural resources are finite so this type of capitalism is not sustainable forever. I know its much worse in many other countries and being born / living in the US at this time is a privilege, thanks for your response
Petar Stamenkovic 1 month ago
@Gas Mask *_40% of Americans are under the poverty level we just hide it well_* What you call poverty, 99% of every human that ever lived anywhere on the planet calls very rich. You just see how some people are merely as rich as the richest kings in Europe in XIX century, and you call them poor. That says more about what you think is normal, than what is normal, speaking on a wider timeline/ broader geographical viewpoint. Natural resources mean nothing unless you know what to do with them. Japan is as poor as a naturally impoverished a nation can be, and yet, it's one of the top 5 richest countries on the planet. Unsurprisingly, they import raw natural goods cheaply, as raw goods are abundant and make something useful, other people want out of those resources. India and China were backwards and dirt poor, but they changed. No colonialism or any such nonsense to pin their rise on. They just stopped sucking as much and it shows. My country, Serbia, stopped mucking about in socialism/communism and I'm no longer dirt poor. Hooray for capitalism and common sense and good values spilling over here. On a scale from 1 to enjoying not being poor, I rather enjoy not being poor. Sure, I'm well below what you'd call poverty line in US, but I wouldn't describe myself as poor. Far from it. I'd call myself middle class, or higher. Being from a relatively poor country does wonders to eliminate reality warp of living in a wealthy country. I for one am thankful that US did as much as it did to help the wider world. I understand that blue collar US workers had their income stifled or even reduced since 1970s so that countries like mine would prosper. Every country willing to improve could and still can. My country, like many others is noticeably richer today than it was just 20 years ago. Blaming US for not doing more to help the world seems somewhat uncalled for given how much US and West have already done and keep doing. Here is how I see the world: In closing, I think that teaching a man to fish is much better than settling to donate the man a fish. One bolsters self sufficiency and the other infantile dependency. I'm grateful for the opportunity to be able to serve the wider world, and that I'm not waiting on the next generous handout to survive. Thank you for reading and have a nice day.
Gas Mask 1 month ago
Education and Morales vs Corruption sure, but having and controlling the natural resources within the country also, US billionaires own diamond mines in Africa, the fruit wars, the oil wars, ect ect 40% of Americans are under the poverty level we just hide it well
The Building Sheriff 1 month ago
The reason most people don't give to charities is because these are huge organisations in expensive buildings with highly-paid CEOs. It's nothing to do with the fact that we don't know these people. We care, but we don't care for the charities.
kd1s 1 month ago
In my case I apply a system where I occasionally give to an org that helps gay kids, or an example recently I was at a fast food place. Young man asked if I'd buy him some food. So I told him order what he wanted and paid for it. He was rail thin and it was clear food was an issue and that's here in the United States.
John Smith 1 month ago
I think the only reasonable kind of help we must provide to Africa is free condoms.
d3st88 1 month ago
More like forced sterilization.
chris bruni 1 month ago
World population control.just saying.I’d rather spend my hard earned money on me or helping people around me not another country that most likely hates us.
deleterium 1 month ago
I would save my brother instead of my cousin. My cousin instead of my neighbor. My neighbor instead of any foreigner. So which life is most valuable? If one human is more valuable than another, it will lead to eugenic ideas.
cybersekkin 1 month ago
a simple google for Oxfam Fraud shows it is not necessarily one to trust. If you are going to donate do your research, Doctors without Borders looks like a good one, but many are just revenue streams for their rich board members.
djayjp 1 month ago
@cybersekkin And yet, assuming that's true, I would say they have done many things that are far beyond what most organizations have done-- good policy influence, research, etc.
cybersekkin 1 month ago
@djayjp any charity that gets defrauded by that much is not doing it's due diligence and shouldn't get support. If they are so careless in one way they are not likely a good org.
djayjp 1 month ago
And that's the problem with using the basis to inform your judgment being a simple Google search.
Frankie Cal 1 month ago
Ahh yes!!!..let's get advice from a guy who supports Abortion,Infanticide,Necrophila and Bestiality. 😂😂😂😂
Floyd 1 month ago
@djayjp well, when you are petting an animal you can see if the animal is happy about it or not. Sometimes they don't want to be touched. As for bestiality, I don't see how an animal would want to have sex with a human being, I don't think they can be attracted in that way.maybe in some extreme conditions where they can't find another member of their own species, but I don't know either. It's just an hypotesis and I actually feel weird writing about it :D
djayjp 1 month ago
@Floyd If petting can be consensual then it would seem bestiality could potentially be as well in some cases. That was my point, obviously. Btw I think ppl who practice such likely need treatment.
djayjp 1 month ago
@Frankie Cal Convincing.
Frankie Cal 1 month ago
@Floyd So true none of these people who defend this creep have actually read any of his book he's a mentally sick person who sound smart but is just a wickedly evil person.
Frankie Cal 1 month ago
@Josh Horley I had no idea you were one of those dumb,dumbs that like to have sex with animals because this weirdo supports it.😂
GODLESS101 1 month ago
No one gives a shit about anyone other then themselves and that's not going to change anytime soon. This is the real world. Not a video game. You don't get bonus points for being a hero. We're all just trying to survive as best we can and if the tables were turned those same people who are now dying in poverty would horde resources for themselves and let the rest of the world die an ignoble death. Sorry. That's just the way it is. No sense pretending otherwise.
Cyberspine 1 month ago
Isn't it a right-wing talking point that we should help people in their countries of origin, instead of letting them immigrate? Shouldn't then both the left and the right agree that more foreign aid should be given?
Frankie Cal 1 month ago
Yhea not when we're in debt in the usa.dumb,dumb.😂
Sucker Free 1 month ago
The money or aid often never reaches the people it was intended for.
PC Principle 1 month ago
Quit with your rational thinking you bigot
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Aro Own 1 month ago
Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend Somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how much does it cost to save a life
DarknezzMadnezz 1 month ago
pennies if corporations weren't greedy and wanting ALL the money and not pissed off because people are finding natural ways to heal themselves without going bankrupt and homeless. what is more annoying at this point is that Big Think seems to be trying very hard to be as bullshit filled as PragerU.
Paul Kelly 1 month ago
I think I saved someone's life for 0.80 AUD once.
David Boson 1 month ago
this event of dramatic climate change is caused by over abundance of humans
Mineral4r7s 1 month ago
@David Boson that is a very sad attitude. Best of luck in your own endeavours.
David Boson 1 month ago
@Mineral4r7s in the past the question and problem has always been too difficult, we will leave it for the next generation to fix. good luck
Mineral4r7s 1 month ago
@David Boson there is no scientific evidence that just the number of current humans is a driving factor for climate change or that a capped out humanity (approx 10-12 billion) will have a significant impact. Its a issue of releasing long sealed gases and bad management of resources. And short term financial gains obviously. In fact a point can be made that by helping the poorest more people can come up with solutions.
David Boson 1 month ago
@Aisling Donohoe one of the complexities faced by humanity is that there are too many humans, whilst simultaneously we are trying to help everyone live longer. Causing more humans. Im old and not long for this life. It is a problem that must be faced by the young, healthy and intelligent.
Aisling Donohoe 1 month ago
So. Just let the poor people suffer and die?
rod axel 1 month ago
Hasn't OXFAM had issue in thr past about corruption?
feel toofree 1 month ago
Reply before watching the video: as much as the hospital can milk out of you. After watching: hmmm 🤔
Frank Lange TV 1 month ago
Great thoughts. If we would overcome the limits of our small circle of „150 people“ and think in a global way we could save millions of lives easily. Thanks for this great input, you made my day!
d3st88 1 month ago
How naive.
Frank Lange TV 1 month ago
​@d3st88 The data shows the opposite. The more educated and the healthier a population gets, the lower their birth rate becomes. People are able to change their culture and these positive changes are observable worldwide. See the awesome work of Hans Rosling in details: gapminder.org gives you the opportunity to analyze valid data on global population growth. Or read his great book Factfulness for even more insights.
d3st88 1 month ago
You save 150 people in Africa. Great. In 16 years you need to save 300 lives, as they have not changed their culture or way of life substantially to be self sufficient.
Anthony Dentice 1 month ago
@Kappa mabey u didnt mean unworthy man, but u make a point like saving more people would lead to hastening global population growth, or purhaps it wnt cause they will become more educated . =)
Gajanan Nigade 1 month ago
@Kappa Remind everyone of this if & when you need anything in life.
Danny Richie 1 month ago
Well step one, you say we need to talk.
Rich Handsome 1 month ago
Hey that's a song!
Gurudra - Emotional Health & Peace 1 month ago
The greatest problem that modern man is facing is that the mind is being trained too much and the heart is completely neglected
Deltonious 1 month ago
Must be taught balance.
mr_noob 1 month ago
What you mean is empathy and emotions.right?
Dennis Rydgren 1 month ago
Most people can save 5-6 lives each year. But most prefer buying a new x-box
Dennis Rydgren 1 month ago
Michael Brown true. And that saved lives.
Michael Brown 1 month ago
Buying a new x-box creates several third world jobs.
PP-chan the innocent anime girl 1 month ago
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