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One of the largest monthly expenditures is housing. For Universal Basic Income to work, individuals need to live in areas where housing is relatively affordable; to a large extent, that excludes most major cities. I grew up in Ontario, Canada in a city of between 50,000 and 60,000, so not necessarily a 'major' city, but significant. And, if I read the city's online newspaper, I regularly see articles about how housing in not affordable. So, if you have a 'guaranteed income', but you use 1/2 of it for housing, you don't have enough to pay your utilities, groceries, transportation, etc...
So... you have to move to a 'minor' community to find affordable housing. Oh, wait, now the nearest grocery store is now an hour away by car - no public transit available.
And who is paying for all of this? The government? No... taxes are - from people who are striving to improve their lives and businesses who getting tired of being overtaxed and shift to less expensive regions.
And universal health care? I needed an 'emergency' MRI - I had to wait 3 months because there was a lack of MRI facilities due to funding...
AVG are showing false positives - and only if you view via Chrome or Edge. IE, Safari, Firefox and Opera are fine. I'll let you puzzle over that one.
I've contacted them but nothing after the initial "sure we'll whitelist you". I'm fairly pissed off at this point. It's all about them being seen to be "protecting" their customers and less about ensuring they are accurate.