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craiganthonywells said: Why do you think that government is by its nature coercive? Is it coercion to pay your servant to perform tasks for the household?


When you servant can legally kill you for refusing to employ them anymore—why, yes, it is.

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Grow The F*ck Up: The Professor Probation Remix

1276866247674The saddest thing about this installment of this series is that it isn’t an immature college student freaking out about politics or religion, it’s a grown adult with a job (well she had a job…) and responsibilities and influence over the previously mentioned immature college students.

This installment of Grow The Fuck Up is brought to you by Associate Professor Mireille Miller-Youngof the…

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Link 22 Aug 21 notes IWF - More from the Public School System: Teen Suspended for Killing a Dinosaur...»


Are you fucking serious?

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Heroes may not be braver than anyone else. They’re just braver five minutes longer.
Link 22 Aug 23 notes Soon we will all be mandated to haul our groceries, booze, and hamburgers around in organic-certified, fair-trade, shade-grown burlap sacks.»


Many municipalities in the Golden State have now banned plastic bags. First, they came for our plastic bags; now they are coming after paper bags… at least in California. California Senate Bill 270 would prohibit grocery stores, convenience stores, wine shops, fast food joints and so forth from handing out free paper bags to their customers. From the bill:

This bill, as of July 1, 2015, would prohibit stores that have a specified amount of sales in dollars or retail floor space from providing a single-use carryout bag to a customer, with specified exceptions. The bill would also prohibit those stores from selling or distributing a recycled paper bag at the point of sale unless the store makes that bag available for purchase for not less than $0.10.

The bill would also allow those stores, on or after July 1, 2015, to distribute compostable bags at the point of sale only in jurisdictions that meet specified requirements and at a cost of not less than $0.10.

The bill would require these stores to meet other specified requirements on and after July 1, 2015, regarding providing reusable grocery bags to customers, including distributing those bags only at a cost of not less than $0.10.

The bill, on and after July 1, 2016, would additionally impose these prohibitions and requirements on convenience food stores, foodmarts, and entities engaged in the sale of a limited line of goods, or goods intended to be consumed off premises, and that hold a specified license with regard to alcoholic beverages.

Just one more reason to move to California!

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Has this been done before?

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Why do they always teach us that it’s easy and evil to do what we want and that we need discipline to restrain ourselves? It’s the hardest thing in the world—to do what we want. And it takes the greatest kind of courage. I mean, what we really want.
— Ayn Rand (via observando)
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People who say “MBTI tests aren’t scientifically proven/accurate”

it’s a psychological evaluation created by psychologists and used by psyschologists. Psychology is a branch of science that studies the brain, behaviour and consciousness, among other things.

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who writes these lines?? who is the smartass fucker that writes these?? it makes me sick

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10/10 would read. 


10/10 would read. 

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And how many lives have you saved?

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