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Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:00 PM

World population reaches 8 billion

Source: CBS News

The world's population reached 8 billion on Tuesday, growing by 1 billion in the last dozen years and reflecting the rapid population spike of the past few decades, with India projected to become the world's most populous country by next year, surpassing China.

The world's population milestone of 8 billion people has long-term significance for both rich and poor countries. While it took hundreds of thousands of years for the world's population to reach 1 billion, the world grew from 7 billion to 8 billion just since 2010, a reflection of advancements in health.

As the world is expected to grow even more to over 10 billion during the next 60 years as the U.N.'s population division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) reported, population growth is slowing relative to the past, and the U.N. warns that the challenges of feeding, housing and keeping that level of people from polluting the climate will be significant.

Read more: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/world-population-reaches-8-billion/



The world's population has doubled since 1974 - despite growth rates slowing by half, to 1% annually, since then.

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peppertree Nov 15 OP
bucolic_frolic Nov 15 #1
peppertree Nov 15 #2
jimfields33 Nov 15 #4
progree Nov 15 #6
jimfields33 Nov 15 #8
progree Nov 15 #14
peppertree Nov 15 #16
progree Nov 15 #19
Delphinus Nov 15 #9
jimfields33 Nov 15 #10
Dysfunctional Nov 15 #11
jimfields33 Nov 15 #24
Dysfunctional Nov 15 #37
jimfields33 Nov 15 #38
Dysfunctional Nov 15 #39
jimfields33 Nov 15 #42
muriel_volestrangler Nov 16 #55
brooklynite Nov 16 #60
Auggie Nov 15 #3
peppertree Nov 15 #7
Auggie Nov 15 #18
peppertree Nov 15 #20
Auggie Nov 15 #23
GenThePerservering Nov 16 #56
progree Nov 15 #27
Dysfunctional Nov 15 #40
Auggie Nov 16 #46
CountAllVotes Nov 16 #50
Dysfunctional Nov 16 #52
CountAllVotes Nov 16 #57
progree Nov 15 #5
peppertree Nov 15 #12
progree Nov 15 #15
chowder66 Nov 15 #13
peppertree Nov 15 #17
twodogsbarking Nov 15 #21
peppertree Nov 15 #22
IronLionZion Nov 15 #25
Samrob Nov 15 #26
peppertree Nov 15 #28
NickB79 Nov 15 #29
peppertree Nov 15 #31
tclambert Nov 15 #41
Jskudris55 Nov 15 #30
peppertree Nov 15 #32
Skittles Nov 16 #43
love_katz Nov 16 #54
SunSeeker Nov 16 #45
love_katz Nov 16 #53
roamer65 Nov 15 #33
peppertree Nov 15 #34
roamer65 Nov 15 #35
peppertree Nov 15 #36
vercetti2021 Nov 16 #44
newdayneeded Nov 16 #47
IronLionZion Nov 16 #48
CountAllVotes Nov 16 #49
peppertree Nov 16 #51
CountAllVotes Nov 16 #58
peppertree Nov 16 #61
brooklynite Nov 16 #59
peppertree Nov 16 #62

Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:02 PM

1. That is really bad news

Nothing but poop and plastic in the future

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Response to bucolic_frolic (Reply #1)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:06 PM

2. And lying yahoos

Those seem to reproduce more than anyone!

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Response to bucolic_frolic (Reply #1)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:18 PM

4. Only 8 countries are a problem

the UN should sit down with those eight countries and explain this is unacceptable. Perhaps place major sanctions on the eight like we did Russia in order for them to fund birth control and other necessary programs to stop this. A complete Disgrace thateight countries are going to ruin this world with overpopulation.

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #4)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:21 PM

6. Which 8 countries? I've never heard this take before. There are a heck of a lot of countries

that are well over replacement fertility rate.

https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/total-fertility-rate

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Response to progree (Reply #6)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:22 PM

8. I watched the video provided

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #8)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:28 PM

14. I did too. What an absurd take. There are many other countries with as much and

higher fertility rates than the 8 listed countries.

https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/total-fertility-rate

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #8)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:50 PM

16. Yes - in terms of sheer numbers, 10 countries (includng the 8 listed) now make up for 1/2 the growth

Estimated annual population growth (2022/23):

India: 13 m
Nigeria: 5.4 m
Pakistan: 4.3 m
China: 3.7 m
Ethiopia: 3 m
Congo (ex-Zaire): 2.9 m
Egypt: 1.9 m
Tanzania: 1.8 m
Philippines: 1.5 m
Bangladesh: 1.5 m

All others: 38.8 m

World: 77.8 m

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Response to peppertree (Reply #16)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:02 PM

19. Sigh. Many smaller countries have higher fertility rates, and higher percent growth rates

than most of the ones listed above. But they shouldn't be sanctioned while the 8 or 10 listed should be???

That's like sanctioning California for having much higher carbon emissions than Wyoming.

(In fact Wyoming has the highest carbon emissions per capita of any U.S. state, 11.5 times that of California, which ranks 48th. But in total CO2 emissions. California is nearly 6X higher, thanks to having 68 times the population of Wyoming. But they have the same number of senators but that's a discussion for another day).

https://solarpower.guide/solar-energy-insights/states-ranked-carbon-dioxide-emissions

Edited to add I should point out that it wasn't you who suggested the 8 countries should be sanctioned.

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #4)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:22 PM

9. Curious - how many

of those eight countries are also responsible for the most changes to the climate?

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Response to Delphinus (Reply #9)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:24 PM

10. The video touches it a little.

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #4)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:25 PM

11. What sanctions should be placed on the U.S.

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Response to Dysfunctional (Reply #11)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:23 PM

24. None. We were not on the list.

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #24)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 08:19 PM

37. Not that list, but we are number 2 for CO2 emissions.

Small countries may pollute more per capita but don't cause that much damage even if they have more babies. If the major countries that pollute don't do most of the job of cutting pollution it won't make any difference how much small countries pollute. I personally don't believe the world as a whole will do anything to even slow down climate change. I am 79 and am very glad I am not 20.

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Response to Dysfunctional (Reply #37)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 08:51 PM

38. This is about population

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #38)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 09:16 PM

39. The world is already overpopulated, it is too late to worry about the population.

Talking about population doesn't do anything. Climate change will take care of the problem of overpopulation. Outside of that, the world as a whole will not do anything to even slow down climate change.

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Response to Dysfunctional (Reply #39)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 11:21 PM

42. Understand but the topic was population

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #42)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 05:01 PM

55. People aren't a problem; it's their use of resources, and their pollution, that is

To put all the blame on 8 countries, because their yearly growth in numbers of people is highest, is one of the most despotic things I've heard suggested in recent years. And that includes stuff that came out of Trump's White House.

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #4)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 08:38 PM

60. "explain this is unacceptable"

That's not how reproduction works. Unless you're proposing China's "one child" policy.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:08 PM

3. I remember when 4 billion was a concern. It's why I didn't have children.

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Response to Auggie (Reply #3)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:21 PM

7. Same here

That said, a big part of the problem isn't so much the number of people - as the pollution and scrap they leave behind.

Take the number of motor vehicles, which - along with GDP - have more than quadrupled, from 315 million to 1.45 billion now.

I don't blame anyone for wanting a car - God knows I remember the penuries of riding a bus and bicycling to school and work - but it's definitely good to see automakers finally take the transition away from the internal combustion engine seriously.

Remember when Quayle ridiculed Gore in '92 for advocating for the very thing? It's finally starting to happen.

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Response to peppertree (Reply #7)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:56 PM

18. +1

I lived in San Francisco throughout most of the 1990s without a car. Walked and bussed almost everywhere and saved a ton of money.

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Response to Auggie (Reply #18)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:06 PM

20. I tell you, people felt 'sorry' for me - but bicycling gave me some of the best memories

At 46, I'm a little too old for that sort of thing now - but all in all I'm glad I had the energy to do it, and that I did.

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Response to peppertree (Reply #20)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:14 PM

23. Know what you mean

walking helped me lose a lot of weight. New York City, I've read, is (or was) the fittest city in the U.S. because people walk a lot.

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Response to peppertree (Reply #20)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 05:45 PM

56. At 46????

I was still bike racing at 46 lol. I'm almost 70 now and still riding. Keep going! Ride a bike is anything but 'penury' - time for more good memories.

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Response to Auggie (Reply #18)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:34 PM

27. In many cities, such as the Twin Cities, we're being forced to get cars becuz bus service cuts

Last edited Fri Nov 18, 2022, 11:43 PM - Edit history (1)

They are cutting and re-cutting and cutting some more bus service. Due to a severe shortage of drivers. I had my main go-to route ELIMINATED on October 15. The other route, running only during narrow commute hours, will be cut from 9 trips each way to 6 trips each way in early December.

On top of the schedule cuts, they are also having a lot of same-day cancellations. Making it very seriously unreliable.

I fear that the labor shortage in certain occupations will be a continuing problem. There have been warnings, starting back decades ago, about the labor force growth rate falling to a snail's pace, and it's happening and projected only to get worse.

I know it's not very "progressive" to say this, but the labor force participation rate has been dwindling from a high point of about 67.3% in 2000 to 62.2% now. (It was 62.2% in January, so there hasn't been any progress in that all year).

Meanwhile the population of elderly (such as me) needing more and more service (me not yet but soon) grows.

Labor force participation rate: http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/LNS11300000

Labor force in thousands: http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/LNS11000000

Edit: corrected the link for Labor Force Participation Rate


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Response to Auggie (Reply #18)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 09:20 PM

40. I lived in San Francisco in the 80s.

If I remember correctly something like 90% of the people lived within 2 blocks of public transportation. I had a motorcycle just because I loved to bike up and down the coast highway. Riding South was a real thrill.

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Response to Dysfunctional (Reply #40)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 07:47 AM

46. Jealous

Always wanted to do that

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Response to Dysfunctional (Reply #40)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 02:37 PM

50. So did I!

I'm a 5th generation San Franciscan.

I lived there until the early 90's.

I left after the Loma Prieta hit.

That was just a small example of what the next quake will be like!

I got the hell out of there and today they are building all of these really shitty overpriced condos south of market. If they are sinking and tilting already, can you imagine what another 7.5 earthquake will do? It will make the Loma Prieta look like nothing!



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Response to CountAllVotes (Reply #50)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 04:08 PM

52. I knew some people who lived in Millbrae, about 15 miles South of San Fracisco.

They asked me if I wanted to see something really stupid. They took me up the hills and showed me houses. The houses were sitting over the San Andreas Fault with their back decks on posts.

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Response to Dysfunctional (Reply #52)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 08:27 PM

57. Those houses are pure sh*t

My late husband helped to build those.

They were put up en mass for the new families coming up after WWII had ended!

None of them are worth a damn.

My husband told me that and he knew the builder of those places.

A giant they all are! You'd have to be to live in one of those places!



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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:18 PM

5. India has recently reached fertility replacement rate and is on its way lower. China many years ago

now down to 1.7 per woman

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Response to progree (Reply #5)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:25 PM

12. Here's hoping they have the same kind of success with air pollution

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Response to peppertree (Reply #12)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:35 PM

15. And hopefully the U.S. will have success with curbing its per capita CO2e emissions

which are far higher than India's and are far higher than China's.

And when you look at CUMULATIVE per capita emissions since the 1800's, a still even higher ratio.

When one takes into account a lot of their emissions are manufacturing what we buy and consume, known as consumption emissions, then we get a yet still higher ratio.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:26 PM

13. I'm glad to not have helped.

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Response to chowder66 (Reply #13)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 05:52 PM

17. Same here

It's a mad, mad world.

And lately, it's been getting worse in a hurry (for the most part).

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:09 PM

21. Imagine your house is on fire and rather than use the water hose

you throw gasoline on it instead.

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Response to twodogsbarking (Reply #21)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:11 PM

22. Sounds like the Cheeto/deSadist rivalry

Burn baby, burn.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:24 PM

25. Is anyone volunteering to get off the planet?

Some of these billionaires could take off on their rockets and not come back

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:26 PM

26. FREE BIRTH CONTROL RESOURCES FOR THE WORLD!

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Response to Samrob (Reply #26)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 06:40 PM

28. +1

Of course though, implementation is another thing altogether.

But then, birth rates overall are down by half since '74 - shortly after the UN began taking the issue seriously.

So no one can say it was all for nothing (as Republicans so often do about the old UN).

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 07:20 PM

29. The planet probably can't sustainably carry more than 4-5 billion

And that's using the most modern farming methods available. We've been overshooting for decades thanks to massive fossil fuels inputs, aquifer water and rapid soil erosion, and absolutely no regard for biodiversity or climate change.

Eventually that bank account will run empty, and Mother Nature will balance the scales we've been unwilling to do on our own.

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Response to NickB79 (Reply #29)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 07:27 PM

31. And of top concern: WATER

In the 1960s, and '70s, when the need to bring down global birth rates was first seriously discussed at the multilateral level, food shortages were often cited as the biggest fear.

But it's good ol' water that we may run out of, if the world population grows that much more.

And the elites know it. Which is why they've been snapping up land in Argentina, Paraguay, and New Zealand: low population densities, (relative) stability - and plenty of fresh, uncontaminated aquifers.

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Response to NickB79 (Reply #29)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 10:45 PM

41. Isn't that what Thanos thought? Then someone said, "Ya know, we went from 4 to 8 in about 50 years."

Thanos wouldn't have bought us that much time.

The important part is maintaining that lower level once we reach it.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 07:25 PM

30. Kind of hypocritical

 

That on a site that considered every life lost to COVID sacred, there are people who are saying that life is a bad thing.

And the people saying that this is the reason why they didnít have kidsÖyeah, Iím sure thatís probably why. 🥴

As if you having a kid is going to somehow be the nail in the planetís coffin.

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Response to Jskudris55 (Reply #30)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 07:29 PM

32. Life's neither good nor bad - it's just that birth rates should (continue to) decline, for resources

Especially fresh water.

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Response to Jskudris55 (Reply #30)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 04:20 AM

43. sacred?

no, we pointed out that the gun-humping "pro-life" party DIDN'T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT COVID DEATHS

but then, you already know that

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Response to Skittles (Reply #43)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 04:28 PM

54. Exactly.

Yes, indeed.

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Response to Jskudris55 (Reply #30)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 06:12 AM

45. Jesus H. Christ. We're talking about saving lives by preventing the perils of overpopulation.

We don't have the water and other resources to sustain this kind of population growth. We don't want people dying miserable, slow deaths from starvation. Just like we donít want people dying of covid. The point is we want to prevent human misery. There is no hypocrisy here. We are seeking to prevent overpopulation deaths and misery by implementing measures like free birth control programs throughout the world. We're not suggesting we kill people to deal with overpopulation. What are you thinking?


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Response to SunSeeker (Reply #45)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 04:24 PM

53. +1,0000

You are right. Too many people don't want to face reality. Adopting the breeding dynamics of fleas and mosquitoes, or cancer cells, is not good for our planet. Earth is our only home, for the foreseeable future. Wisdom would be making the choices needed to heal as much damage as we can, and preserve and restore wherever possible. It really chaps my ass, when some people insist that those of us who advocate for population control and family planning are murderers who are advocating for living people to be killed. What we are actually advocating is that humankind reduce the incidence of harsher modes of population control by disease, famine, war, and collapse of the life support systems. That is not at all the same thing as advocating for living humans to go off themselves! Why is this so hard to understand? And, we have the Extreme Court trying to dictate to women that we have to carry every pregnancy to term, even if it results in our death, because their religion says that people with uteri only have value as incubators, on a planet where the life support systems have been strained beyond the level of sustainability. Thank you so much for stating a truth that too many people just don't want to see. Signed: the best gift I could give to future generations was to choose NOT to breed. Not sorry!

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 07:31 PM

33. 8 BILLION IS TOO MANY.

We will soon why it is.

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Response to roamer65 (Reply #33)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 07:34 PM

34. And the first thing to begin to run out? Water

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Response to roamer65 (Reply #35)

Tue Nov 15, 2022, 07:42 PM

36. I do miss Michigan

The winters are fierce - but it's a great place. Nice people too.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 04:27 AM

44. Eventually a mass die off will happen

The Earth goes through extinction events. We are next on the chain to die off. And we are making it happen faster with our greed and ignorance.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 08:14 AM

47. No matter how many anti abortion

laws the right passes, it won't matter. Mother earth will abort a few billion people when she's ready. The earth will always survive. Us? well we're pretty stupid. I give humanity a couple hundred years.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 10:58 AM

48. There are developed countries persuading their people to have more children

because they don't want immigrants from developing countries. Do it for Denmark is one famous campaign. Japan and others have it too.

The world had 4 billion people in 1974. So it has doubled in many people's lifetime.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 02:31 PM

49. So glad I never had any kids

I never wanted any kids.

I was lucky to have found my late husband who didn't want any either.

He was from a family of ten and grew up in Ireland.

His father was killed after he was born and left behind his widow that was pregnant with twins.

He knew all about poverty.

It was so bad he had to drop out of school and work the family farm.

What a hell that was.

I had my reasons too, mostly because it was something I never cared to have, children to care for.

I have a niece that is pushing 40. She has four of them now and is probably trying to pop out #5 soon. WHY?

I don't get it.

& recommend!

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Response to CountAllVotes (Reply #49)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 03:12 PM

51. I hear you

Thanks for sharing that.

I can relate to a lot of that - and it pains me whenever I see poor people sabotage themselves (and their children) by having more than two kids.

My folks had a lot of financial ups and downs - but more downs than ups (the good times never lasted), and they decided two was enough.

Now then. China, India, and Africa have over 1.4 billion people each - 53% of the world's people between them.

The data shows that among all the major regions of the world, Africa is the furthest behind in the birth rate reduction curve. It's lower than it was at its peak in the 1980s - but still much too high, considering how stretched their economies are.

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Response to peppertree (Reply #51)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 08:37 PM

58. ...

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Response to CountAllVotes (Reply #58)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 09:54 PM

61. Hear, hear.

God bless you and yours.

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Response to peppertree (Original post)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 08:37 PM

59. Don't blame me; I got snipped years ago.

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Response to brooklynite (Reply #59)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 09:58 PM

62. I'm in the same boat, so to speak

No girl in her right mind would give me the time of day!

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