lulz-time:

dutchster:

and the battle continues


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lulz-time:

secretagentawkward:
this was either a great marketing ploy or a fabulous accident 
I’m all, “OMG, Becky’s not even hot.”

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jabbernowle:

god gave us two hands for a reason

katara:

Seeing so many balding college students is so sad like why is your hairline graduating before you

Millions of young Americans (called Millennials, between ages 18 and 33) should start agitating through demonstrations, demand petitions and put pressure on the bankers and members of Congress. First the plutocrats and their indentured members of Congress should drop their opposition to a transaction tax on Wall Street trading. A fraction of a one percent sales tax on speculation in derivatives and trading in stocks (Businessweek called this “casino capitalism”) could bring in $300 billion a year. That money should go to paying off the student debt which presently exceeds one trillion dollars. Heavy student debt is crushing recent graduates and alarming the housing industry. For example, people currently between the ages of 30 to 34 have a lower percentage of housing ownership than this age group has had in the past half century. A Wall Street transaction tax was imposed in 1914 and was more than doubled in 1932 to aid recovery from the Great Depression before it was repealed in 1966. But the trading volume then was minuscule compared to now with computer-driven trading velocity. A tiny tax – far less than state sales taxes on necessities – coupled with the current huge volume of trading can free students from this life-misshaping yoke of debt.

What A Destructive Wall Street Owes Young Americans (via azspot)

lulz-time:


francounjamed:

why



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ilivefortheapplause:

Kesha got out of rehab, cut her hair, unfollowed Dr. Luke, changed her artistic name to Kesha Rose, and updated her twitter image, bio and header

I can feel the comeback in my bones