October 20, 2014

hellotailor:

so many movies would be improved by having more swearing in them.

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October 20, 2014

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October 20, 2014

preludetowind:

Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986)

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October 19, 2014

supersmashthestatebros:

of course I realize this is a library, ma’am. why do you think I was WHISPERING wu tang clan lyrics to the kids in the preschool books section?

October 19, 2014

otpglobal:

[This is What Happens When You] Call the Cops - Rob Hustle ft. Liv

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October 19, 2014

fuckyeahanarchopunk:

The Crucifucks-Democracy Spawns Bad Taste

You make things miserable everyday. 
You make me sick with the things you say.
You stand for the anthem at the old ball game,
And your Pledge of Allegiance is so fucking lame.

This kind of freedom is perfect for you
As long as you can get away with what you do,
But everything you do is in such bad taste, 
And it’s your fault the media is such a waste.

Be a good American-fuck off! 
Be a good American-go to war!
Be a God-fearing citizen-kill someone,
Or kill yourself-‘cause you’re such a fucking bore. 

You nearly drove me crazy in your asshole schools,
Grooming us all to be fucking fools. 
Working for the government as zombie tools, 
But we won’t be satisfied ‘til we trash your rules.

Put a gun in my back, and I’ll do what you say,
But I’ll burn down your house if I get away. 
Throw me in jail, and I’ll spit in your face
'Cause anarchy is gonna take your fucking place. 

Be a good American-fuck off! 
Be a good American-go to war!
Be a God-fearing citizen-kill someone,
Or kill yourself!

October 18, 2014
fckthestate:

raind0wn:

putting this on the back of my vest i think

i have no time for people that don’t give a shit

fckthestate:

raind0wn:

putting this on the back of my vest i think

i have no time for people that don’t give a shit

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October 18, 2014

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October 18, 2014

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October 17, 2014

c4ss:

How Inequality Shapes Our Lives

How Inequality Shapes Our Lives (Part 1)

Those of us who regard socioeconomic inequality as a serious problem are often accused of “envy,” as though such concerns were simply a matter of begrudging someone else’s having more cookies than we do.

I think this reaction misses the point in a number of ways; let me say just a bit about just one of those ways:

Suppose you forget to pay your power bill (or your phone bill, or your cable tv bill, or your internet access bill, or your credit card bill, or whatever). What happens? Your provider disconnects you, and you’ll probably have to pay an extra fee to get service reestablished. You also get a frowny face on your credit report.

On the other hand, suppose that, for whatever reason (internet glitches, downed power lines after a storm, or who knows), you suffer a temporary interruption of service from your provider. Do they offer to reimburse you? Hell no. And there’s no easy way for you to put a frowny face on their credit report.

Now, if you rent your home, take a look at your lease. Did you write it? Of course not. Did you and your landlord write it together? Again, of course not. It was written by your landlord (or by your landlord’s lawyer), and is filled with far more stipulations of your obligations to her than of her obligations to you. It may even contain such ominously sweeping language as “lessee agrees to abide by all such additional instructions and regulations as the lessor may from time to time provide” (which, if taken literally, would be not far shy of a slavery contract). If you’re late in paying your rent, can the landlord assess a punitive fee? You betcha. By contrast, if she’s late in fixing the toilet, can you withhold a portion of the rent? Just try it.

Now think about your relationship with your employer. In theory, you and she are free and equal individuals entering into a contract for mutual benefit. In practice, she most likely orders the hours and minutes of your day in exacting detail. As with the landlord case, the contract is provided by her and is designed to benefit her. She also undertakes to interpret it; and you will find yourself subjected to loads of regulations and directives that you never consented to. And if you try inventing new obligations for her as she does for you, I predict you will be, shall we say, disappointed.

These aren’t merely cases of some people having more stuff than you do. They’re cases in which some people are systematically empowered to dictate the terms on which other people live, work, and trade. And we generally take it for granted. But it’s not obvious that things have to be that way.

When it comes to diagnosis and prescription, those of us who worry about socioeconomic inequality go in two different directions. Some identify the free market as the cause of such inequality, and government regulation as the cure; for others, it’s precisely the other way around. I’m obviously with the latter group; all the phenomena I mentioned are made possible by systematic restrictions on competition. Libertarians need to spend more time focusing on liberty as the solution to these pervasive asymmetries of power, rather than giving the impression that they find them unproblematic. …

Beautiful

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