Each week, TIME Magazine designs covers for four world markets: the U.S., Europe, Asia and the South Pacific. While the content in these magazines are nearly identical, the covers are not, with those intended for American audiences often being quite … different.
Censorship in full effect.
sleep now & don’t ask questions
family guy is like that horrible dog that barks at everything really loudly and offensively but one time bit the really big football douchebag and made him cry
Someone cut out the part of this where he says “nevermind, no rights for anybody.”
Thomas Moran, Cliffs of Green River, 1874
for real though.
American higher education baffles me. The best universities in my country are completely free, and even the private ones are not so expensive that it’d force someone to incur in debt.
Could someone tell me how much US students pay to attend college? In Canada, colleges tend to be 3-5K a year, and universities are 5-7K.
Most schools are between 40-60K. Some (like NYU and a few others) are more.
And no. That’s not a typo.
Isn’t it terrifying to know that only rich can afford the quality education to advance in the social hierarchy?
Just imagine some brilliant young minds with the potential to become somebody who could possibly achieve something so great that’ll benefit all of us as a humanity are somewhere working for the dead-end minimum wage job?
Such a tragedy yet the situation cannot be more real.
Also worth mentioning the fact that many of the highly educated engineers and doctors are from overseas or foreign born.
In this gut-wrenching talk, Sergeant Andrew Chambers shares the haunting story of his time in Iraq and the tough transition home that landed him in jail. It’s a powerful testimony to the struggle our soldiers face when they come home, and the tragic ways that they can be denied the help they need.
For anyone looking to support a veteran, we encourage you to heed Chambers’s advice: "Find a veteran and listen to his story. A lot of us just need somebody to talk to."
SMH. This is ridiculous. Why not just treat him for PTSD? Why is prison always the first resort?
I think it’s because the govt/society thinks it’s easy to put them in a corner as if they never existed. Really fucked up.
So President Obama gave the Chinese eminent domain rights to American land and businesses as collateral - i.e. we don’t pay, they now own America.
Dialects of American English
Raising minimum wage is truly not the answer though. Raising minimum wage increases the cost of labor, cost of goods, then cost of living and so those making minimum wage start back from square one.
It’s a band aid on a bullet wound. I don’t have the exact answer, but I’d say increase minimum wage for adults over 25 would be a decent start. Or adults supporting children. Give some companies tax break for that income to avoid increasing the cost of goods, maybe. But simply raising minimum wage is a temporary fix to a long term problem.