Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Japan: Demand for 24 Hour Daycare For Kids ("More Flexible" Daycare)

In a country where birth rates are in complete decline and elderly people have to talk to cats and robots, and where adult diapers outsell newborn diapers, the few people who do decide to have children want them cared for for 24 hours a day by others.

"More flexible" child care?

Are they for real? More flexible = why not just give your kids up for adoption? 

What could possibly be wrong with that?