The system itself often abuses others - depends which system you mean and how it is being abused, ie, people fiddling tax expebses, claiming benefits they don't deserve, etc - many people are denied services they are entitled to while the fat cats make obscene profits - the system is often a scam on all sides.
by klayne 6 years ago
How much privacy are you entitled to in a relationship?with all of the online communities and smart phones and apparel encouraging social engagement, is it wrong to "snoop" on your significant other? What information do you feel entitled to have? Passwords, logins, security pass? At what...
by maynardg1 8 years ago
If I quit my job, am I entitled to unemployment
by Silver Rose 9 years ago
I don't normally get involved in political debates, but had to wade into this one. Some foolish American magazine has made the following comment:"The controlling of medical costs in countries such as Britain through rationing, and the health consequences thereof, are legendary. The stories of...
by butterflyz 2 years ago
How often do you think married couples have sex? Or should have sex?
by creator of wonder 4 years ago
How often should a man shave?One of my friend's father told him that a shaving too often would make you have bad skin, he said once every other day.
by Petra Vlah 6 years ago
Through our working years we all paid for Social Security and Medicare, so why are they considered entitlements when in fact we contributed our own money into the system?
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