It depends. If we're talking about appearance, I'd say muscle as they often still have that straight lined edge that I prefer over the much more, smoothed and curved appearance of more modern cars. But in every other aspect I tend to prefer foreign cars.
Sweetened or unsweetened tea? Feel free to give your thoughts on flavored vs. non-flavored (like Arnold Palmers) too.
The best kind of tea appeals to the drinker's palate. If they're drinking sweetened tea for its sweetness, chances are they're drinking the wrong kind of tea. Furthermore, nothing precludes someone who wants sweet notes in their tea from including dried fruits or other sweet components in their own blend. That being said, bitter tea can be equally desirable in its own right. As I pointed out in an earlier response, there are different flavour modifiers a person can use, but I'm a firm believer in the idea that you should start with a known quantity. You take the tea in its most basic form, and you add things to it as you go. But if you begin your tea journey with something another person has already changed and modified to suit their own sensibilities, you might be missing out entirely on the most exquisite or subtle notes that might appeal to you.
That's probably too many words about tea, all in all.
Plant burger. Yeah, sure some plant burgers don't compare to actual burgers, but there's nothing wrong with them (plus plant burgers are better for the environment!). And even if you're all like, "it's fake meat!", then there's always options like a bean burger instead. I had these vegetarian spicy black bean burgers not that long ago and they were great.
Hmm. I'm too much of a realist (or perhaps a pessimist) to think that two years is ample time to do much of anything to "fix any country". Let alone the whole world in the process. So I'm at a bit of a loss. (Especially, considering that I would need to change the people's hearts and minds in that time. To maintain whatever changes that I'm capable of producing.)
So I guess I won't commit the crime of Americentrism, and just go with something I know that *anyone* in this position could do, if they actually wanted to help the vast majority of people.
That answer being: Cut government spending and individual's taxes unilaterally. Because even two years of that, is far better than nothing or the total inverse of that. And because, sometimes, I think its better to assume that you alone don't know more than everybody else. So perhaps, less reasons for direct involvement and needs to have no resistance to progress, is key to helping others. But that's just my two cents.
What was the last piece of advice that you had taken to heart, and used to improve yourself or your situation? Or, at least, who was the last person to give you some good or necessary advice in life?