YouTube video "Being A PlayStation Gamer In Chicago Is Gonna Get More Expensive"


#1

#3

What does being a Catholic city have anything to do it?


#5

Well, then, you know an unusual group of Catholics.


#6

You clearly don’t know many Catholics.


#8

You’ve clearly never ventured into the Casual forum of CAF at least :wink:

@Maxirad, could you summarise the video for us?


#9

It’s hard to tell without any examples.


#10

punish fun at 9%.


#11

I think it’s more an unusually strong case of confirmation bias.


#12

According to this, less than 40% are Catholic. Since 60% are religious, that means the largest group are the non-religious.


#14

I never seen anything that struck me as such.


#16

This board also has a lot of trolls and those who are seeking advice. That skews things heavily.

According to this study, Catholics have the lowest rate of depression at 2.4%. Ranking from highest to lowest, it would be:

  1. Conservative Protestant (59%)
  2. Mainline Protestant (27%)
  3. Non-religious (4.4%)
  4. Pentecostal (4.2%)
  5. Other (2.6%)
  6. Catholic (2.4%)

#17

59% are depressed!?


#18

Strange, you’d think people so sure they are saved would be less depressed.


#19

Yeah, I was a bit shocked. It’ll be interesting to see a breakdown of conservative and mainline Protestants, similar to how they removed Pentecostals from Protestants.


#20

The video concerns Chicago’s “amusement tax.”


#22

How is this a “social justice” issue?


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