shout out to people who are scared to call others out, whose hands shake when they try to explain what’s wrong, whose throats threaten to close up with thoughts of ‘what if i’m just overreacting’, whose hearts are pounding out of their chests because they just stuck their necks out for their beliefs, who have lost friends and respect and safety for aligning themselves with causes
So I’m a dork XD I got a new hat to help keep warm, but then I decided my bunny looked cold so I put the ear warmer I got two weeks ago before the temperature plummeted. I love the puff balls and the bow =^o^=
how long must we wait for a lesbian disney princess
or what about a prince who throughout the entire movie you think he’s going to be the love interest but in the end it…
Hehehe, very good point. But there’s Tons of the usual* princess. Lesbian princess next then.
(But really, sexuality and romantically ‘undefined’ *princesses who’s story isn’t remotely relevant to the story are genuinely important because so many people are alone and are taught by the media that this is one of the worst things ever and aren’t being shown how to, or even that you can be happy regardless of the state of your love life, as though it’s the end all and be all of life, and that’s destructive to kids of all orientations and genders. Of course lesbian *princesses are also very important. :) a nice mix of everything would be most excellent)
When asked to explain what the merits of capitalism are, many capitalists will say that capitalism ‘works’ better than any other economic model proposed. Whilst this can be said to be true, capitalism generates capital, we have to ask ourselves, what exactly is our current economic structure working for?
A quick glace at the facts can prove that capitalism is not working for the welfare of our race, and the preservation of the planet we live on. 40% of all wealth in this world is currently held by 1% of the population. Capitalism works for the few, not the many. Capitalism works for the rapacious consumption of our planets consumption, not for the sustainable management of its resources. Capitalism works for the narrow-minded accumulation of profit, not for the long-term health, equity, and well-being of our citizens. Capitalism works for greed and selfishness, not for cooperation and altruism.
With an RBE, we would be working towards common goals that benefit us all. Without the need to become a slave to wages in order to keep ourselves alive, humans would be free to work towards goals which benefit humanity as whole, and to ensure the sustainable preservation of our planets resources.
If an economy is not working towards the equity and well-being of its citizens, then what is it working for?
Only 5% of the population would needed to run the show. That 5% (in work terms) can be spread around the whole community. It is a “domestic economy” relegation. In other words, just as a person takes care of…
I haven’t read the books but I’ve seen both movies.
But after watching both movies the thought occurred to me that this is how I picture the “resource based” economy that the Zeitgeisters promote.
The privileged elite in the capital city have access to everything at the push of a button. They…
The thing that kinda kicks that concern in the butt is the fact that most of the physical and menial labor can almost entirely be eliminated with proper application of technologies we pretty much already have in some form or another. If all the gathering, collecting, transportation and manufacture of resources and goods can be carried out by machines there isn’t any reason for any menial slave caste.