Which of the following is NOT an example of the micro-macro dilemma?
A)Having a dog or cat can teach a child responsibility, but add expenses to the family budget.
B)Some people like to smoke cigarettes, but the smell annoys many others.
C)Aluminum soft-drink cans are convenient, but expensive to pick up along the highway.
D)Nuclear power may reduce your fuel bill, but worry others.
E)Driving fast can be fun, but is hazardous to other people.