Quotes With Your Coffee #18

“I have been investing for 80 years—more than one-third of our country’s lifetime. Despite our citizens’ penchant—almost enthusiasm—for self-criticism and self-doubt, I have yet to see a time when it made sense to make a long-term bet against America.” – Warren Buffett

Warren buffett, February 25, 2022

Whether it’s with a television, tablet or phone, no singular aspect of screen use is going to ruin your child’s development—just like eating a candy bar from time to time likely won’t derail your health. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, we’ve come to realize the impacts screens have on kids are nuanced and individualized.

Why I’m Not Writing About Kids and Screen Time Anymore, Julie Jargon, Wall Street Journal, February 25, 2023

60 percent of American 18-year-olds had a driver’s license in 2021, down from 80 percent in 1983, according to data from the Federal Highway Administration. In that same period, the number of 16-year-olds with licenses dropped from 46 percent to 25 percent.

Why aren’t teenagers driving anymore?, Caitlin Gibson, Washington post, february 21, 2023

Almost a third of [Japan’s] population is over 65. For comparison, in the U.S. that number is about 17 percent. And experts say South Korea and China are on track to reach similar levels in the coming years.

Aging Societies, Claire Moses, the new york times, february 19, 2023

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