And I could see any hard core horse riding enthusiast going “What are you doing!? That’s not how you ride!”
I guess he’s trying to blend in and not be the
centaur of attention
some of us have been following each other for a long ass time
#at this point i dont even care about your fandoms
food should be free. water should be free. housing should be free. power, fuel, electricity should be free. basic necessities should be free.
the idea of “people should have to work for a living” carries the implication that some people deserve to die
Yeah cool… Let’s enslave farmers and all the other employees who are working to get this stuff to people. Because when everything is free who wants to work anyway?
How dare someone say you have to work to survive. Seriously! This is ridiculous! All our ancestors! Just wait in your cave until the food hopps into your mouth! Such shit rolemodels!
Here’s an idea: Instead of letting our taxes go into wars and corruption let them actually pay for what they were meant to be! Health, education and development!
Rant over. *drops mic*
Yeah, because someone who’s working minimum wage ($7.75 American) can afford $3.50 for a gallon of milk, $2-something for bread and $800 for rent and pay $13 for feminine products, for example, for something that no one lets anything progressive be done about it.
It might not need to be free but something needs done to make it affordable.
This I can agree on. And as mentioned above I’d rather see taxes get paid for this then what it is used to right now. I mean I don’t know how it is used in the U.S.
But here in germany we pay taxes for education. Some schools are still teaching with material from 1960. Instead of building new schools and university’s the students get cramped in one room more and more. Teachers get paid next to nothing.
We pay taxes for infrastructure (For example a car-tax, also a fuel-tax and very soon a fee for every time we want to use the highway)
Guess what? The progress in building and renovating streets is poorly.
I wonder where all this money go?
I bet it’s the same in the U.S.
People don’t pay taxes in the US sometimes and the very rich can sometimes either forge that or wind up exempt for some stupid reason. (I.e. the poor pay the massive taxes. Right now, if you don’t have health insurance for any reason, you can be penalized for it.)
We pay taxes over here for education as well but the majority of the kids here that are trying to go to college are either lower middle class or even poor.
In Pennsylvania, the state where I live, the roads are in the process of being repaved but only really because they went and did a safety assessment of the roads after we had an earthquake (yes, you read that right) and found some of the bridges to be wanting in that respect.
Basically, there’s a lot of stuff needing tended to here as well but it also seems that the rich keep getting richer and the poor keep getting poorer.
Woh. At least we don’t have earthquakes.
But all in all it seems to be the same thing everywhere. What the hell?!
i used to think
if only you could put pizza on pizza and believe there was no way it could be done
but now, i have seen the light
9/7/14. Me and Christina at NYC’s first Harajuku Fashion Walk.