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#17 - no Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker card i am dissappoint.  [+] (1 reply) 11/12/2016 on Magic the Gathering Art Vol... +1
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#18 - fason (11/12/2016) [-]
or the dragonlords and there non dragonlord forms
#99 - Well said and i agree, however with the way corporations love …  [+] (1 reply) 03/20/2016 on Description 0
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#118 - fiveblackmen (03/20/2016) [-]
That is what many of them keep threatening to do but still something needs to be done. Like I said, $15 is asking a lot but $11 would put it in line with what minimum wage was in the late 60s when inflation is taken into account. Additionally, many states are already putting increases into affect and many cities already have minimum wage at well over $10 an hour. The problem with basing it off of the cost of a single requirement of living is that different requirements fluctuate differently. What they really should do is base it off of the average cost of living for each state separately, considering some states cost more than double what others cost Hawaii, California and New Jersey are among the most costly while most of the mid-western states have relatively low costs, and have it adjust every year to keep up with inflation. That way we have small adjustments of like $0.10 or $0.20 a year rather than making sudden, large adjustments every 5 to 10 years. Honestly, that is why the corporations are threatening to increase prices, even though they have steadily been increasing prices while minimum wage has been the same since 2009. Even if they needed to increase prices to maintain their current level of profit, the big chains that do all the threatening would only need to increase prices by an almost unnoticeable amount. Probably fractions of a cent on average. They have just built a model around fucking over their employees and will fight anything that changes it.
#3 - that and if i remember correctly dry ice is frozen carbon whic…  [+] (4 replies) 01/09/2016 on Darwin award applicant dry... +28
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#6 - anon (01/09/2016) [-]
not carbon, carbon dioxide, but it is heavier than .
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#7 - fason (01/09/2016) [-]
ahhh ty i knew it was carbon something i blame me not remembering the dixoide part on it being 5am
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