1. If Norway were your home instead of the US, you would…

    jcud:

    • Use 2.2 times more electricity
    • Have 65.59% more chance of being employed
    • Experience 44.44% less of a class divide
    • Have 42.18% less chance of dying in infancy 
    • Make 26.29% more money
    • Consume 25.09% less oil
    • Have 21.19% less babies
    • Spend 32.74% less money on health care
    • Live 1.84 years longer
    • Be 83.33% less likely to have HIV/AIDS

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    Compare the US to any country at IfItWereMyHOme.com

    so basically more money, less fossil fuels, disease, and babies

     
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    this is why scandinavia is the goddamn shit. (i say scandinavia because i’m pretty sure sweden and denmark have similar...
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    It’s settled, then: we’re moving to Norway! I’m way done with babies. Hahaha, wait, what? How do you have 21.19% less...
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    so basically more money, less fossil fuels, disease, and babies
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