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Zuc has that same face.
he's been with us all this time...
This happened to Aunt Bea one time, it was a
Mayberry scandal !!
Why the hell did this make me laugh!?
This is basically the plot of Bridgerton lol
True! I enjoyed that show for being extremely dramatic and predictable. Some days you just want to turn off your brain and snicker like an old hag while watching Lady Bridgerton refuse to marry the actual love of her life for stupid reasons while they become the talk of the town and a lot of people have sex to classically interpreted pop songs.
damn sucker zucker
what does this mean?
Wait, isn't this a Stardew Valley meme?
Yes, surprised so few people noticed!
Wasn’t this a plot point to an episode of Downton Abbey?
Thats why he made Facebook
I sense a horticultural sabotage plot brewing over the next year.
I would watch this show ngl.
maybe its the knowledge being passed down and carved into our instincts over centuries of evolution but i feel like i can relate to this
I'd like a subreddit where art pieces are newly described like this.
r/trippinthroughtime is what you're looking for
I'll outgrow her squash next year! Filthy strumpet
[Big Karolina Zebrowska energy](https://youtu.be/TLvx9a_3-zY)
Why this motherfucker look like Jeremy Clarkson?
That was my first thought! Glad I'm not the only one :)
Let the mutual naked whipping commence on the Village Common. Last lady standing gets thrusten on the village stocks and pelted with the glut rotten and maggoty apples
A couple of years before he was convicted of securities fraud, Martin Shkreli was the chief executive of a pharmaceutical company that acquired the rights to Daraprim, a lifesaving antiparasitic drug. Previously the drug cost $13.50 a pill, but in Shkreli’s hands, the price quickly increased by a factor of 56, to $750 a pill. At a health care conference, Shkreli told the audience that he should have raised the price even higher. “No one wants to say it, no one’s proud of it,” he explained. “But this is a capitalist society, a capitalist system and capitalist rules.”
This is a capitalist society. It’s a fatalistic mantra that seems to get repeated to anyone who questions why America can’t be more fair or equal. But around the world, there are many types of capitalist societies, ranging from liberating to exploitative, protective to abusive, democratic to unregulated. When Americans declare that “we live in a capitalist society” what they’re often defending is our nation’s peculiarly brutal economy. “Low-road capitalism,” the University of Wisconsin-Madison sociologist Joel Rogers has called it. In a capitalist society that goes low, wages are depressed as businesses compete over the price, not the quality, of goods; so-called unskilled workers are typically incentivized through punishments, not promotions; inequality reigns and poverty spreads. In the United States, the richest 1 percent of Americans own 40 percent of the country’s wealth, while a larger share of working-age people (18-65) live in poverty than in any other nation belonging to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (O.E.C.D.).
Or consider worker rights in different capitalist nations. In Iceland, 90 percent of wage and salaried workers belong to trade unions authorized to fight for living wages and fair working conditions. Thirty-four percent of Italian workers are unionized, as are 26 percent of Canadian workers. Only 10 percent of American wage and salaried workers carry union cards. The O.E.C.D. scores nations along a number of indicators, such as how countries regulate temporary work arrangements. Scores run from 5 (“very strict”) to 1 (“very loose”). Brazil scores 4.1 and Thailand, 3.7, signaling toothy regulations on temp work. Further down the list are Norway (3.4), India (2.5) and Japan (1.3). The United States scored 0.3, tied for second to last place with Malaysia. How easy is it to fire workers? Countries like Indonesia (4.1) and Portugal (3) have strong rules about severance pay and reasons for dismissal. Those rules relax somewhat in places like Denmark (2.1) and Mexico (1.9). They virtually disappear in the United States, ranked dead last out of 71 nations with a score of 0.5.
I cannot believe you. I was so excited for the copy pasta punchline and all I did was learn
I thoroughly enjoyed this
I love the internet. 😂
Doesn't this look like facebook man?
EDIT: Yep i'm not alone lol
THE GREATER GOOD
Looks like Stephen Fry
I remember being so mad at myself because I did not know who they were.
That kinda looked like joshimuz
Why does she look like Summer from Rick and Morty
I love that blouse though.
Is it just me or is that a guy?
Egregious slag is going straight into my everyday vocabulary.
this happened to my friend Kyle one time
Abigail got 1st place because MrRib is not back.
Happens every damn time
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This is awesome. Egregious slag...ha ha.
Who is the guy on the right?
She looks like she's in the process of earth bending a boulder up Abigail ass....and this isn't the first time that its happened......
Eat your heart out, Margaret, you thin mouthed skank
Jeremy Clarkson circa 1788
When there is just a little too much detail...