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just confiscate wealth, Robin Hood: “15% tax on capital, the 80% tax on high incomes, enforced transparency for all bank transactions, overt use of inflation to redistribute wealth downwards”

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are coming

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“calibre of cockpit bullet holes puts Ukraine pilots in the frame for MH17 murders”

“if you look at the image of Cockpit-Fragments, this picture is certainly shocking. Entry And Exit holes from bullets in the area of the Cockpit. This is not speculation, but analysis of clear facts: the cockpit shows clear evidence of bullet holes. You can see the entry holes and some exit points. The edges of the bullet holes are bent inwards, these are much smaller and round in shape. A 30mm calibre. The exit holes are less well formed and the edges are torn outwards. Furthermore it is visible that the exit holes have torn the double aluminium skin and bent them outwards. That is to say, splinters from inside the cockpit blew through the outside of the cabin. The open rivets have also been bent outwards….There is only one conclusion one can make, and that is that this: the aircraft was not hit by a missile.”

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Hungarian Premier, “Viktor Orban has said he wants to build an illiberal state”

“time to break with liberal principles and methods of social organisation”

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the answer

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our trip to Japan was just much, much better – a perfect day

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from comments: Like the song, but don’t like the video it makes me sick, i know they are trying to make fun of the way beauty pageants show there sexualization and etc. but man I felt weird… Funny thing is i like the song but i don’t believe in Evolution!!

is the pig necessary?

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but white rubber gloves?

I want you to picture another version of yourself

in this room right now

in as much detail as possible

is she in the room?

what is she wearing?

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from Clear Lake Forest – even better if on some sort of drug

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collective code creation – Linux

In much of the innovation literature, innovation is defined as something that has
economic impact. Linux and other open source initiatives show that this definition
is problematic and possibly misleading in important practical cases. For example,
during its history, most Linux development has occurred independently of direct eco-
nomic concerns. It would be tempting to argue that Linux development is different
from ‘economic activity’ and something that, strictly speaking, should not be called
innovation. Indeed, in its early history Linux development was not in any obvious
way associated with changes in production functions, market competition, or appro-
priation of economic investment and surplus. Yet, obviously Linux developers collect-
ively produce new technology. If economy is about collective production, this is it.

… when we consider
the entire history of Linux, the economic impact seems to appear almost as an after-
thought and as a side effect of a long period of technology creation. Linux, therefore,
provides an interesting history of globally networked innovation, illustrating the
substance that underlies the discussions on the ‘new economy’. If the ‘new economy’
is about global Internet-enabled and software-driven production, this is it.

- Ilkka Tuomi, Networks of Innovation: Change and Meaning in the Age of the Internet, pp. 2-3

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