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Milan D. McKay
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just some daily comic over on my patreon.
Official Post from CitronRobotLord: I went to DCAF today, this the gist of that.
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Official Post from CitronRobotLord: I will be doing a daily comic to1) improve my skills at drawing and composing pages.2) promote myself.3) stress myself out with more obligations.
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What's that over there?
milan mckay – @citronrobotlord. What's that over there? Embedded image. 3:03 PM - 14 Feb 2016. Reply to @citronrobotlord · Home · Sign up · Log in · Search · About. Not on Twitter? Sign up, tune into the things you care about, and get updates as they happen.
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As much as I think this is awesome, I'll be cautious to see what kind of damage this company does on their way down.
 
We are doing it!!! Keep up the good work y'all!! NO MORE MONSANTO!!
Monsanto announced Wednesday that it will be forced to eliminate an additional 1,000 jobs as [...]
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so I'm a university student now. distance education though.

The university does have "exam fees" so the "tuition-free" statement is debatable. but it is run primarily on volunteer teachers and staff, and has national accreditation.

regardless I will be paying a fraction of the cost and not all at once, also I feel I have what it takes to promote myself with a portfolio once I'm done, or be self employed. either way this is a skill set I will be able to use.

That skill set is computer science.
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really great patreon for improving your artwork. I just finished my first one on one lesson and it was fantastic.
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All over the country, the Kochs and utilities have been blocking solar initiatives — but nowhere more so than in Florida
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I'm taking part in a cash mob to help local comic store and safe space cape and cowl survive an unexpectedly rough post holiday season. Word is everyone's feeling the extra pinch but a newer business like c&c is will always feel it more. That's why we're using society to offset cold capitalism and ensure a space that's so much more than just another store sticks around in our community.
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This interview with David Bowie back in 2000 is an amazing watch. For his generation Bowie was ahead of his time, but anyone in gen X/Y and onwards can probably sympathies that what we're watching here is an industry that was already out of date not hearing the message.
David Bowie was interviewed by Jeremy Paxman in the year 2000, in which he spoke about music, drugs and the
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Technology has made us much more efficient, but inequality broadly and capitalism specifically have forced us to work more. One of the great challenges for us going forward is correcting inequality and ending capitalism.

"Harvard economist Benjamin M Friedman has a new paper in the Journal of Evolutionary Economics (paywall) that reinvestigates Keynes's prediction and the mystery of the longer American work-week. Friedman confirms Keynes's prediction about technological contributions to productivity: he says that by 2029, America will have octupled its labor productivity, just as Keynes predicted.

As to the longer working hours, Friedman thinks that the answer is inequality. Because all additional profits from increased productivity go to the owners of the technology (capital), labor's dividend is cheaper goods, not more leisure. Basically: Americans are too poor to stop working."
Ever since Keynes’s seminal 1930 paper Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren predicted that technological progress would virtually eliminate work by making labor much more productive, …
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  • 108 Yoga
    YTT, 2011 - present
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    1994 - 2008
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    2011 - 2011
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love the nachos! love the atmosphere! I'm planning to visit the sackville location soon, if it's as good as the quinpool location I know I'll be happy. great Gluten free options.
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the location is a bit small, but that can be it's strength as much as its weakness, the staff is great, the atmosphere is lively and the odd karaoke night is great. I haven't gone here often but every time I have I've had a good time.
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I stayed here during a christmas party for work. it's nice, some of the rooms are nicer than others. I got a really fantastic view of the city. I would definitely give hotel four stars without a second thought.
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reviewed 4 months ago
I haven't been here often but the fire side has proven to be one of my favorite date locations. The food is great, (with gluten free options) the mood is perfect for a nice classy date, and the servers are wonderful. The price is nice as well, it's worth the quality of the food but it's not expensive.
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the seaport farmers market is beautiful, lots of venders even during the week. the prices are a bit steeper than the old farmers market but for the experience that's offered and some great local produce it's worth it now and again.
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The Halifax central library is a fantastic public resource and a comfort to the eyes. the architecture is solid and beautiful, the interior is spacious yet full of resources. And the small cafe has some great snacks and drinks. The atmosphere is that of any library, sometimes a bit loud with learning kids, always busy with interested minds. I love it!
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Really great place to hang out or go on a unique date. You get to play from a library of provided board games or bring your own. I can't say anything for the price of the snacks, but they are nicely prepared, and there are gluten free options that I've had no problems with. five stars, it's a perfect atmosphere for having a fun time!
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