It's my own invention.
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A capital gains tax rate (making money off money) that is lower than the earned income rate (making money off work) is just not fair. Bestowing that rate on hedge-fund managers through a specially designed loophole is just not fair. Allowing the rich to take mortgage deductions for second and third homes, or for homes worth over $1 million, is just not fair. Allowing business owners like me to take myriad deductions that our employees cannot take is just not fair. But, most of all, allowing the wealthy to pay very low tax rates while interest on the war debt accumulates, deficits continue, and middle-class incomes deteriorate is just not fair. By The Real GOP Fiasco: Fairness | The American Conservative (via wilwheaton)

hannahbelle-lecter:

whisperingsweetsins:

whenblackwasinvogue:

shego:

she put up a video of her telling miyah that she thinks she’s very pretty without the wig too and that playing dress up is fun but to promise to stay in school

Love this!

Stories you won’t see in the media

#nicki is so protective of young girls#this needs to be underlined more#also she gives them edited versions of her albums#magical girls protect other girls#bless nicki

no words

You’ll be the first to go unless you think!

                                        -Nazi Punks Fuck Off

                                          Dead Kennedys

Fuck you, Women’s Health! If I could do one legged squats I wouldn’t be looking up which machines at the gym I should use. I hate you and your stupid one legged squats, and incline pull ups, and side planks, and whatever else. You’re not helping.

Fuck you, Women’s Health! If I could do one legged squats I wouldn’t be looking up which machines at the gym I should use. I hate you and your stupid one legged squats, and incline pull ups, and side planks, and whatever else. You’re not helping.

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nprbooks:

Ann Leckie’s debut novel, the space opera Ancillary Justice, has won the prestigious Hugo Award for best novel. The book, which is narrated by the artificial intelligence of a starship that has been transplanted into a single body, has been sweeping up many of the major sci-fi and fantasy awards, including the Nebula and Arthur C. Clarke awards. In a review for NPR, Genevieve Valentine wrote, “A space opera that skillfully handles both choruses and arias, Ancillary Justice is an absorbing thousand-year history, a poignant personal journey, and a welcome addition to the genre.”
Other winners of this year’s Hugo include John Chu’s “The Water That Falls on You from Nowhere” for best short story and Charles Stross’ Equoid for best novella.

More book news here.

Ancillary Justice has swept the Sci fi awards this year. If you haven’t yet, give it a read.

nprbooks:

Ann Leckie’s debut novel, the space opera Ancillary Justice, has won the prestigious Hugo Award for best novel. The book, which is narrated by the artificial intelligence of a starship that has been transplanted into a single body, has been sweeping up many of the major sci-fi and fantasy awards, including the Nebula and Arthur C. Clarke awards. In a review for NPR, Genevieve Valentine wrote, “A space opera that skillfully handles both choruses and arias, Ancillary Justice is an absorbing thousand-year history, a poignant personal journey, and a welcome addition to the genre.”

Other winners of this year’s Hugo include John Chu’s “The Water That Falls on You from Nowhere” for best short story and Charles Stross’ Equoid for best novella.

More book news here.

Ancillary Justice has swept the Sci fi awards this year. If you haven’t yet, give it a read.