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February 11 2015

People who dismiss the unemployed and dependent as ‘parasites’ fail to understand economics and parasitism. A successful parasite is one that is not recognized by its host, one that can make its host work for it without appearing as a burden. Such is the ruling class in a capitalist society.
— Jason Read (via dasfest)
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February 08 2015

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January 21 2015

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spiritual-euphoria:

stramoniumdatura:

I believe that is reversed, in the original actually the cat was urgently sending a fax

look

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January 20 2015

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xkcd.com
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January 14 2015

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January 10 2015

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December 12 2014

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December 06 2014

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whimmy-bam:

sirileigh:

prllnce:

meggchan:

Mine is mostly cognitive.

I have all three. Well oops.

Dammit! So do I!

No one has said this yet, so I feel I must.

THANK YOU FOR THIS.

So many people don’t seem to understand that social anxiety can manifest itself in multiple ways. Some people will just dismiss that you have social anxiety if you don’t fit into what they perceive it to be, and that lack of understanding can be really hurtful. So thank you for this.

(And as my personal comment, I fit into behavioural and cognitive.)

November 21 2014

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National Library of Belarus, Minsk (a bunch of times)
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November 10 2014

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Mauerfall
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November 06 2014

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Take for instance a  study published last year that asked participants to interact with a robot security guard, a stereotypically male occupation in the human world. Half of the participants met a robot that was given the typically male name “John,” and the other half met a robot with the typically female name “Joan.” John had a male text-to-speech voice, and Joan a female voice, but otherwise the robot remained identical. After doing some security tasks, like detecting an intruder on CCTV, the participants rated the robots.

They rated John higher than Joan. He was considered more useful and more acceptable as a security bot than his female twin.

It’s a curious experiment, and the results are rage-inducingly reminiscent of past findings that have shown a similar gender bias when we judge male and female humans.

We're Sexist Toward Robots | Motherboard
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November 04 2014

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Elefantenmaus gähnt!
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November 03 2014

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creeproll:

I’ve literally been laughing at this for the past five minutes

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October 24 2014

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bentmatthews:

Morning Coffee before the sun peaks over the hills | @bentommat on Instagram

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Lipstick
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October 23 2014

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Models for Grant Woods’ ‘American Gothic’ (1930) posed with painting. via
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October 22 2014

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October 16 2014

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