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German growly yet pro compassion and minorities music video.
https://www.facebook.com/polandball/videos/10156746220205483/

Yes, from there, couldn't find another place. If you can, please post link and I will edit it.
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How much would a $3/hr raise cost Yelp?

https://biz.yahoo.com/e/160224/yelp10-k.html
"our net revenue was $549.7 million, which represented an increase of 46% from the year ended December 31, 2014,"
so that's good, yeah team!

Let's do math!
If they had 40 employees like Talia Jane and wanted to give them a $3/hr raise (to $15/hr). That would be $3*2000 hrs/yr*40 people =$240,000.yr ($6000 a person)
That's only 0.04% of the net revenue they made that year.
Give 'em 0.04% of the net revenue and keep them around.
How much would an extra $6000 (before tax) help out people like Talia ? (ALOT )

How many employees would you have to have for it to cost 1% of net revenue to give them a $3/hr raise 1% is 5.497 million. Divide that by $6000/yr per person. you get 916 employees. I don't think they have 916 employees answering the phone. (They have 4,000 employees total). Still that would be only 1% of revenue.
Item 7. Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations. The following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations should be read in conjunction with our consolidated financial statements and related notes appearing elsewhere ...
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Agent Qatar,
A very capable Muslim woman joins the CIA and battles both ISIS terrorists and the prejudices of her own co workers.
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No, but I may,
I'm just very pleased with my Carter/Qatar wordplay.
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An important message from The Oatmeal
http://theoatmeal.com/blog/where_matt
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My friend made a phone game and it's really nifty!!
 
New game! “Choice of the Petal Throne" by Danielle Goudeau, now available on Steam, iOS, and Android. Please reshare this with friends! The more downloads we get in the first week, the higher we'll rank in the App Store. We're also asking our fans to follow us on Steam to show support for interactive fiction on this platform. https://store.steampowered.com/login/?redir=curator/7026798/

In the Empire of the Petal Throne™, will you find glory, or a knife in your back?

"Choice of the Petal Throne" is a 124,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Danielle Goudeau, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

M.A.R. Barker's world of Tékumel™ is a fantasy universe like no other, where South American, Middle Eastern, and Indian cultures collide. The princes and princesses of the Tsolyáni empire vie for their father's mystical Petal Throne, tearing the nation apart with civil war and political intrigues.

As a captain in one of their armies, will you play as male or female, gay straight or bi? A brave and forthright soldier, a hedonistic intriguer with a heart of gold, or scheming double agent?

Buy it today!

(Tékumel™ and Empire of the Petal Throne™ are trademarks of M.A.R. Barker and are used with permission of the Tékumel Foundation. For additional information, please visithttp://www.tekumelfoundation.org.)

WHY TEKUMEL?

Author Danielle Goudeau explains,

Tékumel is an amazing setting that encapsulates both the history and the future of table-top gaming. Published in 1975, it blends sword and sorcery, dungeon crawls, war gaming, and meticulous detail with a non-Eurocentric setting, alternative sexuality, and a role for women that manages to be empowering while not blithely ignoring historical reality. Because of this, it lies at the intersection of both the Old School Renaissance movement, and the call for more diversity in gaming.

There is so much to love here. The human society, drawn from India and South America, eschews the standard rugged-individualism of most adventuring parties for a world in which every PC is caught in a web of obligations between their family, their clan, their temple, and their career. The morality springs from an honest exploration of what it would be like for humans to live in a world where incomprehensible omnipotent gods interfered in daily life. The alien races are truly alien, not just humans with some features changed.

What I love most, though, is that this game, the first published RPG setting, has so much of what I see people calling for in modern games. Not just that the PCs all have black hair and brown skin and don’t live in Ye Olde Europe. Homosexuality and bisexuality are discussed openly in the books and accepted within the cultures, as is polyamory. The role of women, is in my opinion, portrayed brilliantly, with women pressured into traditional family roles, but legally allowed to declare themselves the equals of men. This lets me play the female general, governor, or bad-ass scholar-priestess, while showcasing the more rigid gender roles in historical societies.

For all these reasons, and because any game with a table discussing regional variations in architecture is just awesome, take time this year, on the 40th anniversary of its publication to play some Tékumel. Find a game at your local convention, or buy a source-book and run a session for your friends. Play it using Béthorm or Empire of the Petal Throne or your rules-light system of choice. See where our roots are as a hobby and think about where we’re going.
Rise to glory on the battlefields of Tékumel™, M.A.R Barker's masterpiece fantasy world where Mesoamerican, Middle Eastern, and Indian cultures collide!
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It's not a phone game only, it's a browser game and can also be downloaded from steam. Any device, really. 
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This is a very interesting concept that is an alternative to current approach of welfare and poverty reduction. Unconditional Basic Income. Where everyone gets enough for basic expenses just because. Doesn't penalize looking for work, allows people to take care of kids or older relatives without enduring true poverty.

https://kpfa.org/episode/against-the-grain-april-5-2016/
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Island Vixen posted a related article on how Panama Papers show we could totally afford this If hidden money was taxed.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/apr/07/panama-papers-taxes-universal-basic-income-public-services
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Woman's World Cup !
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Women in international competition!
Horribly corrupt organization!
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My always stylish and well attired friends Sam and Monica are opening a vintage clothing store. They are the best people for it. Please check out their kickstarter. http://kck.st/1CU8HNl
Sam Simmons & Monica Lenk is raising funds for OverAttired Vintage Fashion on Kickstarter! OverAttired Vintage Store and Event Space in Oakland
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So there are three large farmer's markets in Montreal and today I visited each one of them. This turned out to be the perfect first day activity since it involved food ,walking in sun and learning the Montreal metro system. ("Riding on the meeeetro" Everybody!) . Meat seems to be more expensive but it may be because it was all high end stuff. It's also like an interactive French lesson. You have a basket of raspberries and a sign below it that says "framboises" so you are learning the names for things. And as I got back to the hotel , it started to actually snow ,which was awesome. Snow on hand melted instantly but caught some on cap. Also found way from hotel to convention center. (Palais de Congres ). There's a street way and an underground way. Downtown the subway stations are linked to shopping malls and other buildings via underground tunnels. so you can travel for a few blocks without having to go outside. Nice if it's cold and or raining or snowing. Tomorrow there is a botanical garden and dinner at a French restaurant.

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