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hrvst:

thinksquad:

“Is now the time to buy water?” enquired the email that showed up in my inbox earlier this week.

Its authors weren’t worrying about my dehydration levels. Rather, they were urging me to think of water in quite a new way: as a commodity to invest in.

Making money from water? Is this what Wall Street wants next?

After spending nearly 30 years of my life writing about business and finance, including several years dedicated to the commodities market, the idea of treating water as a pure commodity – something to bought and sold on the open market by those in quest of a profit rather than trying to deliver it to their fellow citizens as a public service – made me pause.

Sure, I’ve grown up surrounded by bottled mineral water – Evian, Volvic, Perrier, Pellegrino and even more chi-chi brands – but that has always existed alongside a robust municipal water system that delivers clean water to whatever home I’m occupying. All it takes is turning a tap. The cost of that water is fractions of a penny compared to designer bottled water.

This summer, however, myriad business forces are combining to remind us that fresh water isn’t necessarily or automatically a free resource. It could all too easily end up becoming just another economic commodity.

http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/jul/27/water-nestle-drink-charge-privatize-companies-stocks

literally kill capitalism now

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lindafong:

Some willow trees!! 

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freshest-tittymilk:

notanothersonglyric:

ladynorthstar:

megmcmuffins:

crowley-for-king:

killedmycatatemytailor:

yaridansei19:

thederpunicorn:

Deadpool Movie Test Footage Official

Proof that God is real

I NEED IT.

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

this looks like its from a fuckin video game are you kiddin me

I’m here for this

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fivetail:

that’s it i’m making a fucking vaporwave room in my ACNL house

(Source: electrin)

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savegirlsfromgettingtheirnudesleakedbycrustyboys2k14

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(Source: eeyorefanblog)

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highlandvalley:

Twitter / Minoru0320: 太陽の顏 (´Д`) …

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supamuthafuckinvillain:

This makes me extremely content.

(Source: vinebox)

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  • What they said: Sakura is useless.
  • What I heard: Despite her growing up with talentless civilian parents and being ignored by her gennin sensei, I will hold Sakura to the standards set by the son of the Fourth Hokage who has a limitless chakra source inside him and the heir to the Uchiha clan who wouldn't have done anything out of the ordinary if it weren't for his inherited magical eyes and a curse seal. I am incapable of judging her on her own, so I won't acknowledge how amazing it is that despite her origins she became a tremendous medical ninja, helped defeat a member of Akatsuki, and saved hundreds of lives all at the age of 15. I will constantly compare her to the two most haxed characters in the world who wouldn't have done anything special if not for circumstances of birth because I'm dumb.
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(Source: josh-monster-lover)

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sykohyko:

Now that Lucy is number one at the box office.

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iammyfather:

questionall:

All those pesky little facts. Not like Teabaggers or conservatives have ever been concerned with the facts.

"Both President George H.W. Bush (Kuwait) and President Clinton (Bosnia) ordered troops into combat via Executive Order. After the 9/11 attacks, President George W. Bush issued an entire series of Executive Orders, e.g. to call the Ready Reserves to active duty, to block the financing of terrorist organizations, and to create a Department of Homeland Security"

http://www.ilonanickels.com/CC_executiveorders.html

NOT EASY TO BE A DICTATOR IF YOU CAN BE OVERTURNED:

"Congress may attempt to overturn an executive order by passing legislation (a bill) that opposes the order. However, the President can veto that bill, and Congress would then need to override that veto to pass the bill. Also, the Supreme Court can declare an executive order to be unconstitutional.

Presidential Executive Orders :USA.gov”

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ostracizedpoodle:

no one actually masturbates it’s just a running joke and if you do you’re sick

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spiderlassie:

did-you-kno:

Source

Hahahaha we fucked up on that one

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toonami:

This is a shirt being worn by one of our editors at Adult Swim, Phil. It was created about a decade ago for Adult Swim employees only. It has been misconstrued as being “anti anime,” by some people. Here’s the story: back in the early days of AdultSwim.com’s message boards, there was a vocal minority of posters who passionately hated Adult Swim’s action block, which consisted of several anime shows (some of which were initially slated for Toonami). Our bump writers pulled the phrase “cuz anime is the s uck” from a poster complaining about anime on Adult Swim and ran it as a bump. We chose to make it a t-shirt as a comment on the illiteracy of L33T speak, and internet trolling in general. We wore the shirts as a badge of honor- WE LOVE ANIME, and always will. Adult Swim has been on the air since 2001, and we’ve had a commitment to anime that entire time. We still do. Cus anime is the s uck. ;)

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