Me encanta los videojuegos!

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thoughts on fluoride?

haha man i know that feel!

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Been working on the official recording of this little guy, but I like this bootleg.  Listen and you can hear the change fall like copper raindrops.

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when i imagine my followers i imagine a large colosseum full of dudes jerking off to memes on their laptops but scattered throughout the crowd are a few lonely boys reading books and eating an apple


no godsno masters


no gods
no masters

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if you don’t listen to this the whole way through you’re under arrest


Uber is part of a new wave of corporations that make up what’s called the “sharing economy.” The premise is seductive in its simplicity: people have skills, and customers want services. Silicon Valley plays matchmaker, churning out apps that pair workers with work. Now, anyone can rent out an apartment with AirBnB, become a cabbie through Uber, or clean houses using Homejoy.

But under the guise of innovation and progress, companies are stripping away worker protections, pushing down wages, and flouting government regulations. At its core, the sharing economy is a scheme to shift risk from companies to workers, discourage labor organizing, and ensure that capitalists can reap huge profits with low fixed costs.

There’s nothing innovative or new about this business model. Uber is just capitalism, in its most naked form.

"Is Uber’s Business Model Screwing Its Workers?”, Avi Ascher-Shapiro (via owning-my-truth)

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Being a 20+ yr old on tumblr


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