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|#143 - As a virginian I can confirm this [+] (1 new reply)||03/12/2014 on Winter is well...run||0|
|#206 - No you're right, 475:1 sounds good to me, I'm sure its always …||03/11/2014 on since we're comparing...||-1|
|#723 - instruction.blackhawk.edu/ghoffarth/economics/productivity-ho…||03/08/2014 on Anyone work in food service?||0|
|#601 - If the minimum wage had kept up with inflation and increase in… [+] (2 new replies)||03/08/2014 on Anyone work in food service?||+1|
#723 - jujuface (03/08/2014) [-]
Buckley v. Valeo (1976) was the supreme court case that said money=speech and corporations having free speech rights are permitted to spend money on politics as they wish...also known as legalized bribery. The fact that productivity and wages took very different routes right around that time is hardly coincidental. That's what pisses me off.
|#50 - Comment deleted||02/24/2014 on More asian photoshop trolls||+1|
|#176 - thisisbait.jpg||02/22/2014 on Woven Cigar||0|
|#120 - Someone give this man a medal. Citizen of the year [+] (2 new replies)||02/21/2014 on Woven Cigar||0|
#152 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
I wish. It's just common sense to not poison yourself... I don't understand why so many people like to slowly destroy their body.
|#99 - Or get a wax warmer and put that **** in there. I…||02/20/2014 on genious||0|
|#108 - iwhat zomaru said. The conventional idea behind patenting was …||02/03/2014 on Oh the irony||0|
|#97 - Are you serious...is this guy serious? Please tell me you're n… [+] (3 new replies)||02/03/2014 on Oh the irony||0|
#108 - jujuface (02/03/2014) [-]
iwhat zomaru said. The conventional idea behind patenting was to take your unique idea and prevent others from copying it in order to make a profit, not to destroy competition. Apple was highly successful in their marketing of products including their smartphones and tablets, more so than the tens of companies that were making such products years before apple. But patenting rounded corners is a misuse of the law and an underhanded, dirty business tactic.