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Jfk, Photo, and Was: Photo of JFK fractions of a second before he was assassinated. (1963)
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Anaconda, Family, and Gif: I'll give your family this $1,000,000 tax-free when you die. Whether it's in 5 days or 75 years. Your family will get this $1,000,000 I have already in my possession. This agreement is enforced by federal and state law. In exchange. All I ask is that you pay me about $70 per week for my trouble. Does this sound fair? This is essentially what permanent life insurance is. The rate never changes, and the death benefit is payable for all forms of death after the policy has been in force for 2years. Yes, that includes suicide. your life solution YourlifeSolution.com 888.374 2754 *Rate is based on 32 year-old non-smoker in excellent health. Rates vary based on numerous relevant factors *Legal and licensing info available on YourLifeSolution.com life-insurancequote: sea-of-blood-red-roses: life-insurancequote: chefjoey7791: life-insurancequote: Concept for ad I’m working on. -YourLifeSolution.com I’m sold I mean, the ad is good, but maaaaybe consider fixing your math.70x56 = 3920, 1 000 000/3920 = 255 yearsThis would be a decent plan if you were immortal, but anywayPoint is less about the math than rather maybe displaying the math? Or some form of it? Like maybe add something along the lines of showing how many years it would take you to accumulate that much money vs the likelyhood of you dying after those years are over, and thus it is statistically better for you to have life insurance (this can be reinforced with “DEATH CAN BE AROUND ANY CORNER” but that’s too aggressive for my preference) The math is quite accurate.  In fact, I was conservative in using a man’s rates at age 32 instead of a woman’s.  The reason why you would only pay a fraction of the amount over the long-haul as you would to fund the death benefit at once is due to the mechanism known as “discounted interest”.  So, even if this person lived to 100, they would have only paid about 200k-225k.  That’s the core value of permanent life insurance is that you are only paying a fraction of the death benefit’s cost even if you live a full life while simultaneously covering the risk of an unexpected death. $70 X 4.3 weeks in a month is about $301 per month, which is nearly identical to the cost if paid annually (annual payments receive a discount of about 4% on average). The numbers are attractive because people aren’t immortal.  Feel free to run hypothetical scenarios using the anonymous quote tool at YourLifeSolution.com.  The numbers don’t always work out advantageously (major health issues sully it in many cases) but it’s otherwise a rather solid premise. 
Anaconda, Family, and Gif: I'll give your family this $1,000,000 tax-free when you die. Whether
 it's in 5 days or 75 years. Your family will get this $1,000,000 I have
 already in my possession. This agreement is enforced by federal and
 state law.
 In exchange. All I ask is that you pay me about $70 per week for my
 trouble.
 Does this sound fair?
 This is essentially what permanent life insurance is. The rate never
 changes, and the death benefit is payable for all forms of death after
 the policy has been in force for 2years. Yes, that includes suicide.
 your life
 solution
 YourlifeSolution.com
 888.374 2754
 *Rate is based on 32 year-old non-smoker in excellent health. Rates
 vary based on numerous relevant factors
 *Legal and licensing info available on YourLifeSolution.com
life-insurancequote:
sea-of-blood-red-roses:

life-insurancequote:

chefjoey7791:

life-insurancequote:


Concept for ad I’m working on.
-YourLifeSolution.com


I’m sold


I mean, the ad is good, but maaaaybe consider fixing your math.70x56 = 3920, 1 000 000/3920 = 255 yearsThis would be a decent plan if you were immortal, but anywayPoint is less about the math than rather maybe displaying the math? Or some form of it? Like maybe add something along the lines of showing how many years it would take you to accumulate that much money vs the likelyhood of you dying after those years are over, and thus it is statistically better for you to have life insurance (this can be reinforced with “DEATH CAN BE AROUND ANY CORNER” but that’s too aggressive for my preference)

The math is quite accurate.  In fact, I was conservative in using a man’s rates at age 32 instead of a woman’s.  The reason why you would only pay a fraction of the amount over the long-haul as you would to fund the death benefit at once is due to the mechanism known as “discounted interest”.  So, even if this person lived to 100, they would have only paid about 200k-225k.  That’s the core value of permanent life insurance is that you are only paying a fraction of the death benefit’s cost even if you live a full life while simultaneously covering the risk of an unexpected death.
$70 X 4.3 weeks in a month is about $301 per month, which is nearly identical to the cost if paid annually (annual payments receive a discount of about 4% on average).
The numbers are attractive because people aren’t immortal.  Feel free to run hypothetical scenarios using the anonymous quote tool at YourLifeSolution.com.  The numbers don’t always work out advantageously (major health issues sully it in many cases) but it’s otherwise a rather solid premise. 

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Food, Life, and Waves: 1. ETERNAL STORAGE At the University of Southampton scientist have successfully used nanostructured glass device to create and retrive data. This device is size of the American quarter that can hold 36OTB of data and remain intact up to 1,000°C that means the average life at room temprature will be 13.8 billion years 2.DINOSAUR'S TAIL In month of december 99 million year old piece of dinosaur's tail was dangerously close to be converted into a jewelry but luckily landed in the hands of a paleontologists at market in Burma, who confirn it as tissue of dinosaur's tail which was first concieved as part of small plant 3. GRAVITATIONAL RIPPLES About 1.3 billon years ago two black hole of the size of 29 and 31 times the size of the sun collided to form a massive black hole due to this mass equal to 3 suns was converted into enegery which was then emitted in fraction of second.This gravitational waves were first predicted by General theory of relativity. 4.GENE EDITING Gene editing has been used for very long time for developing food crops and on animal but for first time it is been deviced for curing diseases like cancer by carefull editing of the gene. Further development in this technology may lead to designer babies, prolonged lifespan, eradication genetic diseases like diabetes. 5. HYPERLOOP ONE Hyperloop, the vacuum-powered train line created by Elon Musk, may get a big boost next year. Hyperloop One, a company founded to pursue the idea, plans to unveil a test track this year 6, WEIRD XRAY Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the Andromeda and Perseus galaxies. And the signals' spectrum (or light signature) does not match any known particle or atom. So astronomers are tentatively salivating over the prospect of a scientific breakthrough, as this phenomenon could just be the first tangible sign of dark matter Furthermore, since the radiation emanates from the cores of the galaxies, it corresponds lo areas of highly concentrated dark matter clumps. So while nothing is certain yet, this could be a momentous discovery that would greatly increase our understanding of a long-standing universal mystery New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)
Food, Life, and Waves: 1. ETERNAL STORAGE
 At the University of Southampton scientist have
 successfully used nanostructured glass device to
 create and retrive data. This device is size of the
 American quarter that can hold 36OTB of data and
 remain intact up to 1,000°C that means the
 average life at room temprature will be 13.8 billion
 years
 2.DINOSAUR'S TAIL
 In month of december 99 million year old
 piece of dinosaur's tail was dangerously
 close to be converted into a jewelry but
 luckily landed in the hands of a
 paleontologists at market in Burma, who
 confirn it as tissue of dinosaur's tail which
 was first concieved as part of small plant
 3. GRAVITATIONAL RIPPLES
 About 1.3 billon years ago two black hole of the size
 of 29 and 31 times the size of the sun collided to
 form a massive black hole due to this mass equal to
 3 suns was converted into enegery which was then
 emitted in fraction of second.This gravitational waves
 were first predicted by General theory of relativity.
 4.GENE EDITING
 Gene editing has been used for very long time for
 developing food crops and on animal but for first
 time it is been deviced for curing diseases like
 cancer by carefull editing of the gene. Further
 development in this technology may lead to designer
 babies, prolonged lifespan, eradication genetic
 diseases like diabetes.
 5. HYPERLOOP ONE
 Hyperloop, the vacuum-powered train line created by
 Elon Musk, may get a big boost next year. Hyperloop
 One, a company founded to pursue the idea, plans to
 unveil a test track this year
 6, WEIRD XRAY
 Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the
 Andromeda and Perseus galaxies. And the signals' spectrum
 (or light signature) does not match any known particle or
 atom. So astronomers are tentatively salivating over the
 prospect of a scientific breakthrough, as this phenomenon
 could just be the first tangible sign of dark matter
 Furthermore, since the radiation emanates from the cores of
 the galaxies, it corresponds lo areas of highly concentrated
 dark matter clumps. So while nothing is certain yet, this could
 be a momentous discovery that would greatly increase our
 understanding of a long-standing universal mystery
New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)

New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)

Books, Club, and Desperate: mode charliehadalittlewolf: tuhhveit: elsiesmarina: themightyquinn666: sorry everyone Excuse me. One of the first women to start her own independent production company. Earned her way to stardom without sleeping with executives for roles. Refused to date people for publicity just because 20th Century Fox wanted her to. Left 20th Century Fox because she refused to let them get away with treating her badly and paying her a tiny wage, just because of her “dumb blonde” image. Was only paid a fraction of her co-star’s wage even though she was the star of the movies and the biggest box office pull, but still went ahead with the movies because she was so passionate about acting. Studied method acting at the Actors Studio with Lee Strasberg, who said that she was one of his best students along with Marlon Brando. Had a personal library of over 500 books and rarely read fiction - she was desperate to learn and educate herself. Was sexually abused as a child but then went on to encourage the sexual liberation of women in the 1950s.  One of the first people to speak openly about sexual abuse. One of the first people to openly support gay rights. Supported many charities such as the Milk Fund, March of Dimes, Arthritis and Rheumatism foundation. Donated her time and money to these charities. Visited orphanages and hospitals on her own time to surprise the people there. Married one of the greatest literary minds of the 20th century Suffered two miscarriages and one ectopic pregnancy and still put on a brave face for her fans. Sorry, did you say she wasn’t a role model?  marilyn is my biggest role model so don’t even go there and let’s not forget this Ella Fitzgerald was not allowed to play at the popular Mocambo, in Hollywood, because of her race. Marilyn, who loved her music and supported civil rights, called the owner of the Mocambo and told him that if he booked Ella immediately, she would take a front table every night. The owner said yes, and Marilyn was there, front table, every night. After that, Ella never had to play in a small jazz club again. “She was an unusual woman – a little ahead of her times. And she didn’t know it.” - Ella Fitzgerald about Marilyn Monroe
Books, Club, and Desperate: mode
charliehadalittlewolf:

tuhhveit:

elsiesmarina:

themightyquinn666:

sorry everyone

Excuse me.
One of the first women to start her own independent production company.
Earned her way to stardom without sleeping with executives for roles.

Refused to date people for publicity just because 20th Century Fox wanted her to.
Left 20th Century Fox because she refused to let them get away with treating her badly and paying her a tiny wage, just because of her “dumb blonde” image.
Was only paid a fraction of her co-star’s wage even though she was the star of the movies and the biggest box office pull, but still went ahead with the movies because she was so passionate about acting.
Studied method acting at the Actors Studio with Lee Strasberg, who said that she was one of his best students along with Marlon Brando.
Had a personal library of over 500 books and rarely read fiction - she was desperate to learn and educate herself.
Was sexually abused as a child but then went on to encourage the sexual liberation of women in the 1950s. 
One of the first people to speak openly about sexual abuse.
One of the first people to openly support gay rights.
Supported many charities such as the Milk Fund, March of Dimes, Arthritis and Rheumatism foundation.
Donated her time and money to these charities.
Visited orphanages and hospitals on her own time to surprise the people there.
Married one of the greatest literary minds of the 20th century
Suffered two miscarriages and one ectopic pregnancy and still put on a brave face for her fans.
Sorry, did you say she wasn’t a role model? 

marilyn is my biggest role model so don’t even go there

and let’s not forget this

Ella Fitzgerald was not allowed to play at the popular Mocambo, in Hollywood, because of her race. Marilyn, who loved her music and supported civil rights, called the owner of the Mocambo and told him that if he booked Ella immediately, she would take a front table every night. The owner said yes, and Marilyn was there, front table, every night. After that, Ella never had to play in a small jazz club again.
“She was an unusual woman – a little ahead of her times. And she didn’t know it.” - Ella Fitzgerald about Marilyn Monroe

charliehadalittlewolf: tuhhveit: elsiesmarina: themightyquinn666: sorry everyone Excuse me. One of the first women to start her own ind...

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Like Deadpool said, Maximum effort

Like Deadpool said, Maximum effort

Alive, Anaconda, and Community: ORDER HEREORDER HERE edens-blog: inner-fish: leftist-daily-reminders:leftist-daily-reminders:winterayars:leftist-daily-reminders:randomrants-obdm:Never gets an order wrong, takes breaks, gets lazy, comes in late, ‘forgets’ to wash hands after restroom, gets frustrated, or gets paidOf course ancaps just view human labor as a cost to be minimized and a tool for the accumulation of capital. Of course the implication here is “beg for scraps from the capitalists or starve”. Under more ideal conditions, where the means of production wasn’t hoarded by elites and managed in top-down fashion, machines replacing menial jobs would be precisely what we want – that means shorter hours and more leisure time. Under the current system, people need to find any job (no matter how necessary) and earn wages in order to subsist, so of course we’ve been conditioned to view machines replacing labor as a threat. But why should it be? If so many jobs aren’t necessary because they don’t, well, build and maintain the necessities of society (and only serve the interests of capital and bureaucracy), and so many other jobs aren’t necessary because they can be replaced by machines, WHY do we put up with this bullshit?? If everyone divvied up the necessary jobs in a democratic post-capitalist society, they could be eased by tech and the shifts could be reduced to fractions of what they are now. Capitalism will not be able to cope with the automation it sets into motion. Socialism is nigh.Capitalism will not be able to cope with automation. A lot of current theories about labor, capital, and the like will not be able to cope with a world where 1 person’s labor can provide a reasonable life for 100.Exactly. A central capitalist contradiction will make itself known in the next couple decades: if businesses are going to want to compete, they’ll need to automate, which in turn means laying off workers by the millions; the unemployed masses will not be able to buy the products that the capitalists sell, and at some time then a tipping point will be reached where the only jobs presented to people will be building and maintaining the machines (of course a bit of an exaggeration, but it’ll still likely be close to the reality). Universal basic income proposals will crop up, and the elite will see it as an opportunity to keep capitalism alive and kicking. (In other words, UBIs in this context are meant to maintain capitalism’s tiered ownership over the means of production, land, and resources, but with redistributive taxation to provide a livable floor for people, all to mitigate revolutionary upheaval in the end.) Of course socialists would rather just ditch this convoluted process of UBIs and taxation as a sophisticated feeding tube for capitalism – just turn the economy over to the people for democratic/for-need management and utilize all that automation for the collective good. That means people benefitting en masse, thus shorter shifts, thus more time for leisure and creative self-actualization and socializing. In that potential post-capitalist democracy, in the many scenarios where one person’s labor could provide a reasonable life for a hundred, you just need to divvy up those jobs so that any burden that exists can be eased, alongside a community of people having daily shifts of, say, 2 to 4 hours (and even that’s very likely a conservative estimate). Technology and democratic management of the collective capacities have the potential to liberate people from so much toil, if only we were to think outside of the myopic box of mainstream political discourse presented to us by OP. This isn’t about minimum wages – this is about demanding a world that works for human beings by default, not only when it’s convenient for the gears of capital. This isn’t about “the people need more jobs” – we ultimately need less jobs, with a focus on the necessary ones divvied up among populations and the economy from there focused on literally meeting societal needs, all so that people can spend most of their lives pursuing their interests and building connections. The creation of art, culture, inventions, and entertainment would arise from self-actualized individuals who create because they want to or because they see value in enriching the lives of others. We can do so, so much better than the bland status quo discourse that insists we must choose between smaller scraps and machines stealing our ability to access resources. The scraps were made by us, as was the whole feast, and they only find their way down to us because a superfluous owner class accrues the majority of the feast based on their unnecessary top-down ownership; the machines should be creating a world where it’s easier for us to access resources, not representing the opposite as a threat to us.I just want to remind everybody that OP is an ancap and that this is the disgusting view capitalism-apologists have of workers in the service industry. These machines are perfect for people who are mute, deaf, have anxiety, can’t read, or can’t speak English. This post is stupid and these machines are great.
Alive, Anaconda, and Community: ORDER
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 HERE
edens-blog:

inner-fish:

leftist-daily-reminders:leftist-daily-reminders:winterayars:leftist-daily-reminders:randomrants-obdm:Never gets an order wrong, takes breaks, gets lazy, comes in late, ‘forgets’ to wash hands after restroom, gets frustrated, or gets paidOf course ancaps just view human labor as a cost to be minimized and a tool for the accumulation of capital. Of course the implication here is “beg for scraps from the capitalists or starve”. 
Under more ideal conditions, where the means of production wasn’t hoarded by elites and managed in top-down fashion, machines replacing menial jobs would be precisely what we want – that means shorter hours and more leisure time. Under the current system, people need to find any job (no matter how necessary) and earn wages in order to subsist, so of course we’ve been conditioned to view machines replacing labor as a threat. But why should it be? If so many jobs aren’t necessary because they don’t, well, build and maintain the necessities of society (and only serve the interests of capital and bureaucracy), and so many other jobs aren’t necessary because they can be replaced by machines, WHY do we put up with this bullshit?? If everyone divvied up the necessary jobs in a democratic post-capitalist society, they could be eased by tech and the shifts could be reduced to fractions of what they are now. 
Capitalism will not be able to cope with the automation it sets into motion. Socialism is nigh.Capitalism will not be able to cope with automation.
A lot of current theories about labor, capital, and the like will not be able to cope with a world where 1 person’s labor can provide a reasonable life for 100.Exactly. A central capitalist contradiction will make itself known in the next couple decades: if businesses are going to want to compete, they’ll need to automate, which in turn means laying off workers by the millions; the unemployed masses will not be able to buy the products that the capitalists sell, and at some time then a tipping point will be reached where the only jobs presented to people will be building and maintaining the machines (of course a bit of an exaggeration, but it’ll still likely be close to the reality). Universal basic income proposals will crop up, and the elite will see it as an opportunity to keep capitalism alive and kicking. (In other words, UBIs in this context are meant to maintain capitalism’s tiered ownership over the means of production, land, and resources, but with redistributive taxation to provide a livable floor for people, all to mitigate revolutionary upheaval in the end.) Of course socialists would rather just ditch this convoluted process of UBIs and taxation as a sophisticated feeding tube for capitalism – just turn the economy over to the people for democratic/for-need management and utilize all that automation for the collective good. That means people benefitting en masse, thus shorter shifts, thus more time for leisure and creative self-actualization and socializing. 
In that potential post-capitalist democracy, in the many scenarios where one person’s labor could provide a reasonable life for a hundred, you just need to divvy up those jobs so that any burden that exists can be eased, alongside a community of people having daily shifts of, say, 2 to 4 hours (and even that’s very likely a conservative estimate). Technology and democratic management of the collective capacities have the potential to liberate people from so much toil, if only we were to think outside of the myopic box of mainstream political discourse presented to us by OP. 
This isn’t about minimum wages – this is about demanding a world that works for human beings by default, not only when it’s convenient for the gears of capital. This isn’t about “the people need more jobs” – we ultimately need less jobs, with a focus on the necessary ones divvied up among populations and the economy from there focused on literally meeting societal needs, all so that people can spend most of their lives pursuing their interests and building connections. The creation of art, culture, inventions, and entertainment would arise from self-actualized individuals who create because they want to or because they see value in enriching the lives of others. 
We can do so, so much better than the bland status quo discourse that insists we must choose between smaller scraps and machines stealing our ability to access resources. The scraps were made by us, as was the whole feast, and they only find their way down to us because a superfluous owner class accrues the majority of the feast based on their unnecessary top-down ownership; the machines should be creating a world where it’s easier for us to access resources, not representing the opposite as a threat to us.I just want to remind everybody that OP is an ancap and that this is the disgusting view capitalism-apologists have of workers in the service industry.

These machines are perfect for people who are mute, deaf, have anxiety, can’t read, or can’t speak English. This post is stupid and these machines are great.

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 TO GO BACK A SLIDE
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 IMPORTANT PHONE CALL
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<p>How To Appear Smart in Meetings.</p>

How To Appear Smart in Meetings.