I use my card when I need to, but I defiantly prefer using cash. Why? Because it’s so much easier to track what I’m spending.
With cash in my purse, I know exactly how much money I have at any given time. If I use my card, though, it’s very easy to lose track of spending. You forget what you’ve spent. You can also end up wrongly assuming that you’ve got enough in your account to cover an online purchase.
Cash is easier. It might not be as convenient, but it’s definitely the best way to pay.
Dr. Peter McCullough is a member of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons or AAPS for short. The name sounds innocent enough and even credible but is actually a conservative political advocacy group that promotes blatantly false information.
The associations journal: Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (JP&S) have published the following articles/commentaries that claim:
That HIV does not cause AIDS.
That the "gay male lifestyle" shortens life expectancy by 20 years.
That there is a link between abortion and the risk of breast cancer.
That there are possible links between autism and vaccinations.
That government efforts to encourage smoking cessation and emphasize the addictive nature of nicotine are misguided.
Dr. Peter McCullough's membership within such a unscientific and blatantly political organization raises some troubling questions. If he's okay with being involved with an organization that makes the above listed claims what else is he okay with?
Link to AAPS Wikipedia page: Association of American Physicians and Surgeons - Wikipedia
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