I don't know what goes through people's mind when they hear the word "obese" but the reality is that the majority of these people are not severely
obese, and have a fully functional life. Most are not disabled. The higher up you go in obesity, sure the more likely we could expect to have health
issues and disability, but most obese are hovering in the 30-40% range and if you measure it with the flawed MBTI, you could erroneously conclude very
high body fat when it's actually just a large guy with a lot of muscle, and some fat.
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The real unemployment rate in the US is high, but it's not as high as this guy is claiming. There's numerous ways to mitigate the 2000 hours per
person assumption. If you go by shadowstats they're coming up with 23.1% but they're also a bit conservative on the numbers, the real rate is
probably closer to 25-26% right now
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