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April 28 2017

20:35

How it feels to deploy a big feature


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avocavo:

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Pulled a layer of ice off a leaf

i thought u found a fairy wing omg

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reasonandempathy:

futureevilscientist:

thespectacularspider-girl:

lewmzi:

prochoice-or-gtfo:

alternian-neverland:

redbloodedamerica:

did-you-kno:

In Finland, speeding tickets are calculated based on your income - causing some Finnish millionaires to pay fines of over $100,000. Source

This is what “equality” looks like in that liberal fairy tale land of Finland.  They punish you proportionately to how successful you are.  Sounds really “fair.”

Except… it is fair? Because it’s proportionate. I don’t get what’s difficult about that. An impoverished person paying $400 dollar fine isn’t the same as a millionaire paying the same amount. For the poor person, $400 dollars could mean starving. Would you really claim it would have the same consequence for a rich man? Would it even be noticeable to him, while the absence of food in their stomach would be glaring to a poorer man? Would it be fair for a man to starve for the same crime as a man that would be having a three course meal?

By taking income into account, it allows the impoverished able to still survive while paying any fines they may incur. And, ultimately, while $100,000 dollars would be noticeable to a millionaire, they would still get by. And, assuming the law is properly implemented, they would be paying the same equivalent of their yearly income that a poorer person would. That’s what makes it fair. They would be impacted the same way - but you are looking at the amount rather than the equation.

Also, it’s important to make sure that even the rich would pause at the cost of a fine. They need to fear the law just as a poor man does. 

Oh no… rich people facing fines that might actually make them consider not doing illegal things because the punishments might actually hurt them… how unfair…
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Finnish person here. Our speeding ticket system owns and only people who bitch about them are people who wanna break the laws - the loudest whiners are the rich people who think they can just pay their way out of trouble and that’s why we have laws like that.

400 dollar ticket.

Person making 10 dollars an hour: “Fuck, I better slow down”

Millionaire driving a Jaguar: “LOL 400 DOLLARS, FUCK THAT, NYOOM”

Compared to a proportional ticket.

Person making 10 dollars an hour and must pay 400 dollar ticket: “Fuck, I better slow down.”

Millionaire who must pay 100,000 dollar ticket: “Fuck, I better slow down.”

Like wtf. Some people have been so brainwashed by capitalism and worship of the rich that they literally can’t tell the difference between fairness and unfairness anymore.

It IS fair. The fact that it flies in the status quo so much should make you think about that status quo.

Always reblog

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compagnoenjolras:

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santorumsoakedpikachu:

cultural-fenianism:

temple-cat:

Vintage IWW 4 hour workday prints

Can you imagine? Would give us so much more rest and free time.

The average office worker is only productive for 3 hours a day.

Every article talking about this study talks about how bosses can squeeze more labor out of workers, or how workers can squeeze more labor out of themselves, but the reality is that the human brain only has so much capacity to focus on unpleasant tasks, and people generally won’t work more than that without the threat of force (like in manual and service industry jobs where work is easily quantified and workers are being monitored all the time to make sure they don’t slack off; the threat of being fired and losing one’s ability to eat is the threat of force). People in hunter-gatherer societies do about that same amount of work.

@whynotrobin

The working day isn’t only about productivity, it’s about keeping you busy too, so you’ll have no time do to other things (like study, discover that you can fight back capitalism, organize, things like that).

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mquester:

chungkingosaurus:

rowantheexplorer:

obstinate-nocturna:

coelasquid:

dracofidus:

stillwaterseas:

tokensouthernbelle:

dracofidus:

palindromordnilap:

dracofidus:

adeterminedloser:

dracofidus:

Needless to say, I am HORRIFIED.

‘All that you need to know about boars can be summed up in the fact that if you wish to hunt them, you must have a specially made boar spear. This spear has a crosspiece on it to prevent the boar from charging the length of the spear, driving it all the way through his own body, to savage the human holding the other end.’

-Boar and Apples, T. Kingfisher

fuck OFF

Note that pigs are also HUGE. So, yes, they ARE slightly larger pigs.

So I grew up in the city and have never seen a pig in real life and I just googled it and WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS

I thought they were like labrador sized, like, fat labradors, not mini-cows.

every time I see this post there are more people discovering how fuck off huge pigs actually are and I love it I thought this was a thing everyone knew but clearly not and I’m laughing 

This is me with our Tamworth boar, a heritage breed closer to their wild cousins than the Yorkshire above. I am a fully grown, average sized human. He was a gentle sweetie who, sadly, is no longer with us. His name was Mr. Big. 

FUCK OFF

Forever laffin’ at people who don’t understand how enormous, terrifying, and tenacious wild boar are. 

They’re like if bears had knives protruding from their closed mouths and Didn’t Know When To Quit. Their survival instincts when they’re wounded aren’t “run away and minimize injury” it’s “take the thing that hurt you down with you” They also make sounds like someone crossed a pig with an alligator.

Their head and neck alone can be like the size of an entire human torso.

Also forever laffin’ at people who think pigs are tiny, ‘cause we designed those things can get in the neighbourhood of a thousand pounds in ideal circumstances. 

It’s like when people assume Tuna must be small because they’ve only ever experienced them in hockey puck form.

Like seriously why the fuck y'all think everyone FREAKED THE HELL OUT when Dorothy fell into the pig pen in Wizard of Oz? It’s because pigs are HUGE and weigh a shitton and would crush her in an instant.

Texas law specifically says you can kill as many non-native wild hogs as you want, as often as you want, no limit, and they tell this to Texans. And we’re still losing the war against them.

I laugh when people think hogs are cute and little like Babe.  My grandma farms pigs and I was taught when I was a kid how dangerous they are; none of us grandkids were allowed anywhere near the pigpen.

I live in Texas, and yes, the wild hogs are awful.  They can destroy an entire crop field overnight.  They cause a huge amount of environmental damage because they will kill and eat anything they can, and their rooting and wallowing destroys sensitive habitats.  Oh, and they have no fear of wandering into a busy highway, thus causing a lot of deadly wrecks.  Imagine hitting one of those giant hogs with your car.

I do biodiversity mapping as a volunteer and my biggest fear is running into wild hogs.  Not snakes or scorpions.  Hogs.

All this. Wild boars are a big issue in Texas. Badass hunters take them on (unless they are firing from helicopters which makes them wimps even if culling is needed).

But even domesticated pigs are dangerous. It was very common for kids or even adults to die from falling or going into the pig pen in the past. It doesn’t mean individual pigs can’t be pets, but they will eat living things and wild boars scare even the toughest predators for good reason.

I once read about a fight between a wild boar and a fucking siberian tiger. In the end, the boar died - but not before having brutally killed the tiger as well. Boars are fucking savage. And remember, siberian tigers are the biggest cats alive in the wild, theyre so fucking big and strong, they sometimes hunt motherfucking bears.

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caringsuggestion:

tehjennismightier:

I reblog this every time I see it, because it’s one of life’s hardest lessons.

This is what I try to convey in a lot of my suggestions

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nonbinarytonystark:

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thetrippytrip:

I love this campaign. All members of the LGBT community deserve to feel safe and that includes senior citizens

This is beyond amazing.

This is the first time I’ve seen a post like this and I’m so glad.

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rickmoony:

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Well… the rains gotta stop somewhere

Oh my god, someone has footage of it! I remember one time my dad, lil brother, and I were leaving a Ryan’s. We were waiting for a chance to hop onto the road and in the distance we just saw everything turn grey. We saw it come closer and closer and come to find out it was rain!

It was just a wall of rain - the end of the rain, really. I’ve never seen it again, but it’s so cool to see footage of the edge of rain!

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halespecterwinchester:

greaseonmymouth:

just-shower-thoughts:

My ability to proofread increases by 1000% after I hit “Submit”.

this is often because when you’ve submitted something (like fanfiction to ao3) it will be in a different font, size and framing than in your word processor. The text will look different in the new environment so your brain stops skipping what looks familiar (like a typo that has been there since the beginning).

So, tip: revise your work in a different font and size. I guarantee you’ll catch more typos and mistakes than otherwise.

For all my writers (ones I follow and the ones that thankfully follow me)

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