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April 19 2017

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True. That being said, I still love me some liberal tears, so I guess we have a few things in common.
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thoodleoo:

thoodleoo:

do you ever look at weird medieval art and realize that it’s basically 13th century shitposting








April 18 2017

16:54

entitledrichpeople:

Capitalism produces scarcity artificially where there is none.

There are enough houses.

There is enough food (in fact there’s currently massive amounts of “overproduced” grain being left to rot)

There is enough water.

Even without changing the horribly designed production systems, there is no real shortage.  People don’t starve, have no fresh water, have no houses to live in, etc. because there are not enough of these things.  People don’t have access because capitalism denies them it.

There’s enough to share for everyone.  It’s not a zero sum game for poor and oppressed peoples. 

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fafnirscave
16:44
Why don't you shut up and listen for a change?!
-> Video save date: Some point in May, fucking 2016. 
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samsweetmilk:

The economic realities of Baby boomers versus Millennials 

April 17 2017

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smoothmintjazz:

I really want to know the story behind this

Hello new followers of my blog because of this picture. Here’s the story:

I work at a Veterinary Hospital that does both dog and cat boarding. This is our cat boarding room, and the cat you see there is Professor Jiggly. His full name is actually Professor Jiggly Hammish, but there wasn’t enough room on the post it note to write that. Professor Jiggly is a Bengal kitten (currently 10 months old). My job title is Animal Caretaker, so I get to feed and clean up after and play with all of the boarding pets. Professor Jiggly is not my cat, but he does have an owner. He is not for adoption and is extremely well-cared-for. He has already gone home and is no longer boarding at the clinic but he will be back again.

Professor Jiggly is loud. Anytime you walk into the cat room he is meowing for all he is worth, sticking his paws through the bars of his condo for attention. So I let him out to explore the room. You can see I tried to give him a couple of toys and I even sprinkled some catnip for him but he just wanted to check out the room. I put a post it note on the door so that no one would open the door and accidentally let him out into the rest of the clinic. 

This was as I was walking away to go tend to someone else, and he was was meowing because he wanted me to go back in there and pet him.

Rereblogging for the story behind Professor Jiggly.

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