Latin Americas and Scandinavians are more likely to be chipper than, say, the Chinese or the Iraqis (of course, there are very real non-genetic reasons for their respective unhappiness too). Is it possible, then, that as more Hispanics intermarry and intermingle and inter-you-know-what, they will spread their happiness genes among more and more Americans?
I'm writing this on Sunday evening sitting on my sofa. I've been wondering where the time has gone? Just now it was summer. I'm sure of it! It was right here, I can still taste the strawberries! We're experiencing an exceptionally warm December and it really doesn't ring any Christmas bells. By the end of the year, it all still feels a lot. 2015. Many changes. Many hurts. Growth.
Michael Moore is known as a documentary filmmaker, and there's no doubt his films strike a populist chord, the result being enormous grosses for a limited audience art form. However, he has a tendency to go beyond the "point of view" aspect of documentary filmmaking which most such filmmakers undertake and in his latest work, Where to Invade Next, he has, for me, gone too far.