Jose Canseco just gave out the number of the woman who is accusing him of rape
what a fucking scumbag
one time i checked the comments on a torrent on thepiratebay and the only negative one said “game worked perfectly but the keygen music fucking sucks”
Also a lot of working-class people resent “health and safety” as a concept because corporate “health and safety” is always more about the corporation asserting its right to regulate workers than actually keeping workers safe or healthy, and it still takes fighting tooth and nail for workers to demand and receive health and safety concessions formulated in a way actually useful to them. It is always, always, always about reminding people who is holding the leash.
Benefits are important and I will always support benefits for workers but also I don’t want people to focus too much on this idea of conscious cultural capitalism where people believe that they are doing good with their money so they end up feeling self-satisfied with it and like they are doing really good political things when in reality that money is contributing to the exploitation of workers and environments worldwide.
The internet needs to be destroyed”
— barack obama (via theanti90smovement)
Guys I’m making an effort to be more punk rock
*kickflips off the ceiling while legally changing my name to Asuka Langley*
*cuts the sleeves off of all my t-shirts*
*loses 3 followers*
I think we need some reduced variety radio stations for people who struggle with anxiety. Sometimes you just can’t take that kind of risk. Who knows what they might play next? Sure, you stopped on this station because you like the song that’s on right now, but you may very well be on the verge of something terrible.
There needs to be a risk gradient. They can keep the stations they’ve got now, but provide the option of scaling it back a bit. For when you think you can handle some variety, but don’t want to risk hearing anything truly shitty, there should be a station that plays nothing but Ke$ha.
For when you really can’t afford to fuck around, there should be a station that plays nothing but Pat Benatar’s “We Belong” on a loop.
This is the sort of service public radio should provide.