Everyone here is fine. A bit too much groupthink for my liking but not the worst I’ve seen.
For me "eugenics" is a symptom of intellectual elites turning into an pseudo-intellectual cesspool, and I develop an adequate psychosomatic reaction. It's never evident from the start: even Galton didn't announce himself as a racist, but rather a rightful rebel against nepotism and inherited privileges. Now we have a uni putting an dumb equal-opportunity puppets on the stage and holding secret eugenicists' meeting in the cellar, and then people like Sabisky appear in the government. It's creepy. But they fixed it quickly, and we're moving on.
In all fairness, I'm more focused on Johnson's politics, which I generally like (focus on Africa, who's in need of professional financial and legal services that the UK can fairly provide and establish a long term relationship with the growing economic power; promising sensible agriculture bill; new immigration rules; the Herculean act of sorting out HS2 ...).
It’s the bit you get in plastic bags. I’ve never seen it in the wild. In my trips To China I used to try to find the most disgusting things to eat. I discovered that the thought of what I was eating never bothered me. It was only if things were gristly that I had to force myself. And drink. Who would think that a warm drink made from sweetcorn would be offensive to my palate? So strange drinks and celery, those I struggle with! Oh, and then there was that deer antler tea in Seoul. That was not easy, but apparently gave a gentleman special powers.
I don't like them either! You won't be happy to read this, but such food and flavour preferences are supposedly genetically inherited traits