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You say you are against govt run anythingby grassh0pper
But you're all for your unemployment insurance, and where did you get the idea you can get away with not wearing seatbelts? I got fined for it and fought it tooth and nail. I lost.
All of the things we think of as 'rights' are guaranteed by the govt because we pay taxes and I am so happy to do so because I like having free schools, police and fire protection. I also am for welfare for those in need.
My friends in Germany, England and Italy think having no free health care is crazy! They see it as a right also.
Name one PROGRESSIVE country that doesn't have health care free for all citizens? Just one
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In Italy you have to attend a five-year vocational school named "Istituto Professionale Alberghiero" in order to become a professional chef, sous-chef or maitre'd. There are 361 of them in the whole country, for some of which there is a long "waiting list" for would-be pupils.
Other than that, there are lots of culinary schools but they are all private and costly, and their qualifications are not recognized internationally.