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Maybe change your culture instead of putting ppl in coffins? No? Ok..


.....what?


Korea, China and other asian countries (including Japan to some degree) have a extreme work culture where your expected to work like 11 or 12 hours/day and then have a bunch of social gatherings. And if you don't make it, then they put a lot of presure on you. And in addition to this, you're not expected to be open about how you feel in a lot of these countries, so it's not like you have many people to talk to if you feel bad about something like you do in most other developed countries.

This in turn have put a lot of people in bad mental health over in those countries


I realize that, but a country's culture isn't something that you can change with ease, if at all.

It's like asking the USA to change their gun culture. You know it's never going to happen.
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bobland wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


bobland wrote:


ComboChrist wrote:

Maybe change your culture instead of putting ppl in coffins? No? Ok..


.....what?


Korea, China and other asian countries (including Japan to some degree) have a extreme work culture where your expected to work like 11 or 12 hours/day and then have a bunch of social gatherings. And if you don't make it, then they put a lot of presure on you. And in addition to this, you're not expected to be open about how you feel in a lot of these countries, so it's not like you have many people to talk to if you feel bad about something like you do in most other developed countries.

This in turn have put a lot of people in bad mental health over in those countries


I realize that, but a country's culture isn't something that you can change with ease, if at all.

It's like asking the USA to change their gun culture. You know it's never going to happen.


Or changing a problem with suicide by putting ppl in a coffin. Get the point?
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Posted 12/18/15 , edited 12/19/15

bobland wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


bobland wrote:


ComboChrist wrote:

Maybe change your culture instead of putting ppl in coffins? No? Ok..


.....what?


Korea, China and other asian countries (including Japan to some degree) have a extreme work culture where your expected to work like 11 or 12 hours/day and then have a bunch of social gatherings. And if you don't make it, then they put a lot of presure on you. And in addition to this, you're not expected to be open about how you feel in a lot of these countries, so it's not like you have many people to talk to if you feel bad about something like you do in most other developed countries.

This in turn have put a lot of people in bad mental health over in those countries


I realize that, but a country's culture isn't something that you can change with ease, if at all.

It's like asking the USA to change their gun culture. You know it's never going to happen.


You can change a culture, however it's not something that'll happen over night. The western world used to have the same sort of social and work system in place as most of Asia currently have during the start of the industrial "revolution". However the industrial stuff didn't really take off in most parts of Asia until the second world war ended. This means that the western world have have much more time to make a culture that doesn't put down it's citizens, while asia haven't. Time is the solution to the problem. Not this "treatment".
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they really need to change their culture since it's literally torture
Posted 12/18/15 , edited 12/19/15

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they really need to change their culture since it's literally torture


they dont need to change anything
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Posted 12/18/15
Yeah, nothing makes you appreciate life like modern torture
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Posted 12/19/15
Interesting.
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Posted 12/19/15

bobland wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


bobland wrote:


ComboChrist wrote:

Maybe change your culture instead of putting ppl in coffins? No? Ok..


.....what?


Korea, China and other asian countries (including Japan to some degree) have a extreme work culture where your expected to work like 11 or 12 hours/day and then have a bunch of social gatherings. And if you don't make it, then they put a lot of presure on you. And in addition to this, you're not expected to be open about how you feel in a lot of these countries, so it's not like you have many people to talk to if you feel bad about something like you do in most other developed countries.

This in turn have put a lot of people in bad mental health over in those countries


I realize that, but a country's culture isn't something that you can change with ease, if at all.

It's like asking the USA to change their gun culture. You know it's never going to happen.


Our gun culture ties in with our freedom culture. Take away our guns and you take away our freedom. What needs to happen is we spread our freedom culture to Asia so they don't have so much cultural stress.
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Posted 12/19/15
finally they can rest in peace
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Posted 12/19/15
This sounds reeeeeally kinky.
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Coffins are comfy. I like enclosed spaces so I'd probably just fall asleep and die, haha.
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hold up the band is called 21 and there are only 18 of them? are they all 21? actually my real concern is that there are waaaaaaaay too many mouths to feed. you telling me they split checks 18 ways? or do you have to pay 18x the normal rate to have these girls perform at your venue?


It's actually pretty odd. one one side i'm thinking like that's how they do things over there. that's there "ruler" even if he's a bag of crap. and on the other hand i feel like america should do what we usually do when someone is doing something we don't like. Go over there and rough people up till they stop. granted i dont think there should be any more war so yeah scratch my last comment.... bt then i'm back to just thinking that i'm glad i don't live over there.
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Posted 12/19/15
Im sure there are better methods of making people appreciate life
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Posted 12/19/15 , edited 12/19/15
People need to be stripped of everything that makes life great for them to begin to appreciate it. But obviously that is bad because it's tyranny.
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