This was posted on April 1. Everybody calm down.
Who are you talking to that needs to calm down? You posted the first comment.
Future visitors. It took longer than I’d like to admit for me to realize that this was an April Fools joke.
Future visitor here, thank you.
You’ve chosen the country that you live in. You’re using all the benefits of a well-developed country and you’re paying for them. It’s your choice. You decided to spend more money for the quality of your life—what does it have to do with me?
Is it really a choice though? Does being born and raised in the country I live in counts as a choice?
You could probably move to the Philippines to be able to afford to live off these $15 an hour they would like to pay you.
You probably couldn’t - it turns out immigration law in most countries is quite hostile to that sort of thing. I’ve been looking into it recently due to the political situation…
Writing some documentation for the IoT Espresso machine I worked on last week. Also, trying to finish my school project (an online exam app).