Funny that you mention American bacon as having a good meat content as I've only ever seen streaky bacon in the states, which tends to be very fatty. I wouldn't even know where to buy back bacon in the midwest.
I chose to travel around Europe for a few months after school and then bothered looking for a job, so I guess by this metric I was unemployed.
In the end I left Kansas for a job in London, a much better choice for me than being employed at graduation.
Almost everyone I work with in London has had a bike stolen (or a least a wheel or two), and everyone I know who owns a bike also has insurance. Not great evidence, but I'm not sure theft is any lower.
Is all the cameras in the UK effective in any way? I mean, to know that the criminal wore a black hoodie and black pants at the time of the crime doesn't give more information than maybe sex, hoodie, pants and maybe a rough estimation of age.
Is it a potent law-tool for Londoners? What was the reasoning for getting so very many? How do people generally feel about them?