japan is one of the countries with the smallest income spread between CEOs and regular workforce. the whole society is more egalitarian. maybe one reason they have less crime than countries in the west.
factsandchicks:

The CEO of Japan Airlines makes $90,000 a year, less than the pilots, when interviewed about this he said “We in Japan learned during the bubble economy that businesses who pursue money first fail. The business world has lost sight of this basic tenet of business ethics.”
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japan is one of the countries with the smallest income spread between CEOs and regular workforce. the whole society is more egalitarian. maybe one reason they have less crime than countries in the west.

factsandchicks:

The CEO of Japan Airlines makes $90,000 a year, less than the pilots, when interviewed about this he said “We in Japan learned during the bubble economy that businesses who pursue money first fail. The business world has lost sight of this basic tenet of business ethics.”

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oh, chicago

billy-blue:

Richard Prince - Monochromatic Jokes (1987 - 1990)

oh, chicago

billy-blue:

Richard Prince - Monochromatic Jokes (1987 - 1990)


sooo cant wait for this to be standard
rollership:

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sooo cant wait for this to be standard

rollership:

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motherfucker jones!
did-you-kno:

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motherfucker jones!

did-you-kno:

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fuck lawn
it is but a sign of wealth
food however
is a sign of control

rollership:

priceofliberty:

Man replaces lawn with vegetable garden, holds no regrets

During the summer, nothing is better than the smell of freshly cut grass. That is, unless, you have a giant vegetable garden growing in the place of your lawn. Instead of turf, this awesome homeowner, user locolukas on Reddit, opted for tomatoes. The results are absolutely epic.

Instead of mowing grass, one man decided to say “screw the lawn” and plant vegetables. He filled his yard’s grid with compost that the city gave away. Seeds began growing quickly and he had to keep up by planting support systems around them. He even developed an irrigation system, which is much more difficult than it looks. He lined his garden with cinder blocks, covered the ground with wood chips and filled the cinder blocks with compost as well. The man even began giving out the veggies he couldn’t possibly eat, helping to spread the wealth.


i like the way you think
excdus:

I Changed My Name, 1988
Richard Prince

i like the way you think

excdus:

I Changed My Name, 1988

Richard Prince

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now, if this aint the future,
i dont know, maaaan…

rollership:

micdotcomAt-home 3-D printer can make items out of used plastic bottles The new Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer from Cubify, which uses filament cartridges produced from three recycled 20 oz. PET plastic bottles, will cost around $1,200 and come out later this year on Cubify. The material supposedly has the durability of standard 3-D printer filament. And it’s made by will.i.am, 3D Systems’ chief creative officer, so that’s fun too.

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I start crying before I cut the onions, that way I’m in control

Romeo DeVoid (via nevver)

i like they way you think.

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venus of willendorf
the perfect woman in 25,000 BC
no faceno feettiny arms
only essentials - at least that is what my art history teacher told us ;)

venus of willendorf

the perfect woman in 25,000 BC

no face
no feet
tiny arms

only essentials - at least that is what my art history teacher told us ;)

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mapsontheweb:

Pre-Israel Proposals for a Jewish Homeland

ahmadinejad was not the first to propose a different place for israel

mapsontheweb:

Pre-Israel Proposals for a Jewish Homeland

ahmadinejad was not the first to propose a different place for israel


stufftoblowyourmind:

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Maryland Heights Elementary School, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1968
(Gordon Atkins)

I too attended a Canadian elementary school, but sadly mine didn’t resemble the Mars base from “DOOM.” /Robert

stufftoblowyourmind:

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Maryland Heights Elementary School, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1968

(Gordon Atkins)

I too attended a Canadian elementary school, but sadly mine didn’t resemble the Mars base from “DOOM.” /Robert


That awkward moment when the NRA is asked to comment on the latest mass shooting and needs to ask “which one?” because there’s so many.