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Looks like I forgo that post close after a few days, my bad.

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  1. Jack Wayne says:

    Soon in America—of course via bipartisan collusion.

    “Defamation laws are necessary. But they must be narrowly drawn

    In too many countries, those who criticise powerful people can be locked up simply for speaking out”

    https://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21725002-too-many-countries-those-who-criticise-powerful-people-can-be-locked-up-simply-speaking?fsrc=scn/fb/te/bl/ed/defamationlawsarenecessarybuttheymustbenarrowlydrawn

  2. Jack Wayne says:

    Old skool cooking!

  3. Darth says:

    worth reading.

    The Incredible Lost History of How “Civil Rights Plus Full Employment Equals Freedom” https://theintercept.com/2017/07/17/the-incredible-lost-history-of-how-civil-rights-plus-full-employment-equals-freedom/
    “Ask yourself this: When was the last time you sat around with your family and friends talking about the Federal Reserve? By far the most likely answer is never, because you are normal human beings.

    But when was the last time you all hashed over one of you needing a job, or your health care coverage, or your asshole boss, or the chances you’ll get laid off? The answer to that is, you never stop talking about it.

    The combination of these two things is truly bizarre, because the Fed has more power than any institution over everything about work in America.

    Here’s how the Fed does it:

    The Fed largely sets short term interest rates. If it lowers interest rates it heats up the economy, because cheap money makes it easier for entrepreneurs to start new businesses, for old businesses to expand, and for everyone to borrow to buy expensive stuff like homes or cars. That in turn generates new jobs and lowers the unemployment rate. And low unemployment takes leverage away from employers and gives it to employees, making it far, far easier for everyone to get raises and demand decent working conditions.

    Meanwhile, the 0.1 percent who actually own and operate the country generally do not want full employment — and keep a close eye on the Fed to make sure it doesn’t make it happen. Why? Straightforward class conflict. For instance, a current Ohio business owner who’s feeling pressure to raise wages to attract workers recently told the New York Times, “I sometimes wish there was actually a higher unemployment rate.” Full employment would also tend to raise the rate of inflation, thereby reducing the value of government and consumer debt — which is largely owned by the creditors at the top of the economic pyramid – and relieving the burden on all the debtors down below.”

  4. Darth says:

    The plot thickens.

    Amazon-made meal kits could come to your doorstep soon https://arstechnica.com/business/2017/07/amazon-may-enter-the-meal-kit-market-pushing-blue-apron-further-to-the-edge/
    “Amazon’s grocery ambitions were clear long before the Internet giant bought Whole Foods last month, and the company is moving ahead with those ambitions after purchasing the grocery chain. According to a report from the British publication The Times, Amazon filed a trademark for a meal kit service on July 6 with the tagline “We do the prep. You be the chef.” The service covers “prepared food kits… ready for assembly as a meal” and, according to CNBC, will primarily include dishes consisting of grains, pasta, rice, and noodles.

    Any Amazon meal kits to come in the future will likely be sold through Amazon Fresh, the company’s online grocery ordering and delivery service. Amazon Fresh already sells meal kits from partners including Tyson Foods and Martha Stewart, so any newly branded Amazon meal kits won’t be the only prepared ingredient boxes available through the service. While it’s unclear if Amazon Fresh will take over Whole Foods’ existing grocery delivery service, there’s a good chance that any meal kits offered by Amazon could also be prepared and delivered via Whole Foods locations.”

  5. Jack Wayne says:

    Rated V for violence, POM close your eyes. I guess I like the show preacher for it’s dark humor.

  6. Jack Wayne says:

    I’m crashing early, it’s Fiona’s fault –nite!

  7. fi says:

    Good morning, so I’ve exhausted jack before I even got here!

  8. fi says:

    😆 😆 😆

  9. Darth says:

    ya think?

    Trump’s peculiar analysis of the GOP health-care bill’s defeat suggests he’s clueless https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2017/07/18/trumps-peculiar-analysis-of-the-gop-health-care-bills-defeat-suggests-hes-clueless/?utm_term=.f1b6b9ce2e80
    “President Trump either has no idea about what just happened in the health-care debate, or he’s really good at pretending.”

  10. MSolomon2 says:

    Midnight, Texas sneak peeks will give you all the True Blood vibes
    http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/midnight-texas-sneak-peeks-will-give-you-all-the-true-blood-vibes

  11. MSolomon2 says:

    Dark Horse TV deal adds new Sam Raimi project, Mind MGMT and more
    http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/dark-horse-tv-deal-adds-new-sam-raimi-project-mind-mgmt-and-more
    Oh! Mind MGMT! Interesting comic, hope this happens and is done worthily!

    No not -that- MGMT! (just a excuse to post super-hot Andrew VanWyngarden


  12. MSolomon2 says:

    Someone replaced the Star Wars lightsaber sound with Owen Wilson saying ‘wow’ and it is glorious
    http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/someone-replaced-the-star-wars-lightsaber-sound-with-owen-wilson-saying-%E2%80%98wow%E2%80%99-and-it-is

    made me think of this, an all time favorite!

  13. Jack Wayne says:

    GRRRRRRRRR!!!!!! One of those days.

  14. Jack Wayne says:

    So now that TrumpDon’tcare is dead how long before they try to kill Romney/Obamacare? Yes, they are crazy enough to leave millions without healthcare insurance. 😀

  15. Jack Cassidy says:

    I was going to post rocking in the free world but I really like this one.

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