doods becoming sex workers to make money →
This is a really interesting article for maybe general consumption now, but I don’t think its unique or even an expanding field really. 10 years ago I knew LOTS of dudes who were usually strippers in SE DC, who would usually prostitute on the side. Most were usually doing a masters or JD. I new a few getting doctorates. only a few weren’t getting more education. some were...
Rupert Murdoch’s WSJs Curious Attack Against... →
jockohomo: British ex-pat writer Holly Finn launches attack on what she calls a dead end cult: “Infantilization, especially in groups (is) at worst, destructive, as we saw in the London riots…Real creativity has nothing to do with antics in the desert…Groups can be great—for dodgeball, dinner, barn-raising. But innovative ideas come from individuals” a much more balanced account of the...
J—— R———— is basically a nice person.– The opening line from my first bad review from a student. I’m basically nice, ya’ll. (via labombaparabailarlatacobell)
~*~NO SUCH THING AS TEACUP PIGS~*~
iansnugwildlife: SORRY TO CRUSH YOUR DREAMZ.
I DOUBLEDARE YOU TO READ THIS WITHOUT ANY FACIAL... →
Anonymous asked: oldest and youngest you would date or hook up with?
Anonymous asked: AH that's my problem. I grip too hard when I jack off and now it takes longer for me to come when I'm with someone else. What should I do?
It is precisely that imbalance between the military and civilian parts of...– My Atlantic review of a very readable new book about the makeup of the American empire. (via theconjecturer)
thecallus-deactivated20130520 asked: Can I slap everything to death or will my hand get tired?
ocatbusmycatbus replied to your post: Is calling everything a tautology itself tautological? No, that’s sophistry BURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRNNNNNNNNNNN!
Solar company that received Obama administration... →
muppetpants: Ugh, it’s already starting to get ugly.
imwithkanye asked: 'Scope me. Personal info: Phone number - 867-5309, Birthday - The Age of Aquarius, Gaynimal - Le Tigre, Fav. "Position" - Which Seat Can I Take?
theconjecturer asked: Is calling everything a tautology itself tautological?
strictlyalright asked: I fooled around with a guy who, it turned out, is pro-life and thinks abstinence is a worthwhile birth control method. All this after cumming on my face. I'm still having trouble processing this in my head. Is this what love feels like?
chrisafer asked: Tell me my fortune. Personal info: 10.5, 32x33, 40R,16.5 x 34/35, 7 7/8.
vusie-deuce-deactivated20120103 asked: Would you please tell us how you imagine Peter Thiel's Libertarian islands scenario plays out over 10-20 years, assuming they are sovereign?
duckandpenguin-deactivated20120 asked: So: Clarence Thomas. Misunderstood genius or borderline autistic, or what? You've got to have the inside scoop.
scotttfriday-deactivated2013012 asked: does reverse racism exist or is it simply another tool of the white devil to cure my jungle fever?
I should take some questions →
I can read your fortune but you have to give me personal info. I can answer political answer questions but I don’t know anything really about AT&T and T-Mobile. I can give you advice on any questions. I will talk shit on various tumblrs.
jeffmiller replied to your post: Also for the 1 Jillionth time Companies, rightly or wrongly, encourage (or coerce) their employees to give money; I think it’s only fair to consider that money donated on behalf of the company. The person directing the PAC does so in theory based on the best interest of the company, however that is decided, ultimately by the CEO. so, correct, it is literally...
thecallus: Maybe I didn’t have my coffee this morning, but is the US actually protecting consumers with antitrust law? That depends if we think Justice believes it should block the merger or just be seen as being through in testing the merger.
Also for the 1 Jillionth time
a Company cannot donate money to a federal political candidate! company PAC’s can donate money, and that money is donated from employees voluntarily.
U.S. Files Antitrust Complaint to Block AT&T,... →
notthatkindagay: big news mo money mo money mo money!
Where Pay for Chief Executives Tops the Company... →
jeffmiller: Wait a minute … you mean that the person who runs a company might get paid more by the company than the government. The horror! The government should always be at the top of a company’s payroll, right? Now, a more interesting article might look at whether companies pay politicians and lobbyists collectively more than their CEOs. Because that might tell us something interesting. ...
mercurypdx replied to your photo: I doubt the accuracy of this picture for some… LOOK HE DOESN’T HAVE HIS FINGER ON THE TRIGGER WHAT IS THE BIG DEAL?!
Can you draw a picture of Freedom?
What does this mean?
This is the beyond symbolic change,” Carson continues. “This is the effort that...– Andre Carson, Indiana Democrat:Tea Party pols would like to see black people ‘hanging on a tree’ (via brooklynmutt)
In Mali’s capital Bamako, I met a Tuareg officer in the Mali army. He was...– Peter Gwin talks with former Qaddafi mercenaries about their experience fighting in Libya. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of ethnic Tuaregs left Mali to fight for Muammar Qaddafi. Now, some are returning home to tell their story. Read more at The Atlantic. (via theatlantic)
Talkin bout Nazis
This Instructor is an attendance and grammar nazi
MercuryPDX: I used to play M:TG →
mercurypdx: I was a bit of a card junkie actually. The thing that cured me? Playing with a friend of mine who was an anal retentive stickler for the rules. He had the amazing ability of interpreting the instructions on a card to his advantage. It got kind of dull losing to him after a while, and I was cured.
Re: Magic: the Gathering thing
I never got into this as a nerd teenager because, well bitches, I had AD&D and a Players Handbook and Monsters Compendium hid well in my massive backpack. I’d totally go on a date with the guy though, he has $$$ and bullshit job maybe so we could send cat photos and youtube clips back and forth at work. I get to stay in comped hotels when hes off at MTG tournaments or his high stakes...
are joo ready for clax?
We might be able to accept that a modern American principle allows for...– For The Atlantic, I ask how American interventionism really is (hint: not very). (via theconjecturer)
Primary sources on the internet: A 16-year-old...
sounds good to me!