Can you during ? Is during something you can do ? Can you the ? Is there someone theing outside the window right now? Can you summer ? Do your obnoxious neighbors keep you up until 2 . because they are summering ? Can you my ? What does a person do when she's mying ? Can you poodle ? Show me what poodling is. Can you pant ? Bingo! Sure you can! Run five miles and you'll be panting. Can you and ? Of course not! But can you drool ? You bet—although we don't need a demonstration of this ability. In the sentence above, therefore, there are two action verbs: pant and drool .
Negative Utilitarianism requires us to promote the least amount of evil or harm, or to prevent the greatest amount of suffering, for the greatest number (as opposed to the general, or positive, Utilitiarian rule of the greatest amount of good for the greatest number). The justification for Negative Utilitarianism is that the greatest harms are more consequential than the greatest goods, and so should have more influence on moral decision-making. Critics have argued that the ultimate aim of Negative Utilitarianism would therefore logically be to engender the quickest and least painful method of killing the entirety of humanity , as this would effectively minimize suffering , although more moderate proponents would obviously not propose that.
I have worked in education for the past 23 years and invested that time and energy in our students and my family’s future as well. The way things are right now, I could retire in 4 years, but with the proposed plan as explained above, I would have to work for another 18 years before retiring. This would be almost like starting over. In a way, it would be worse than starting over because I could have invested the last 23 years of my life securing a more stable future in a much higher paying career. I feel that I have invested a great deal of my life into working for what I thought would be a secure future. If something like this were to pass, it would be like stealing from people who have worked so hard for what they were promised would be there after their 27 years of hard work, loyalty, and dedication to making the world a better place. I do know one thing for sure. If these changes are put into place, there will be very few people willing to choose to become teachers. This will have a devastating effect on our children and society as a whole. Please help to keep our retirement the way it is now, not only for the people who have worked so hard to reach that goal, but also for the future of all citizens of Kentucky.