I've hit some pretty low points in my life, including the time in Japan where I got drunk every day for six months straight, but I've never been "send myself a rapey Soviet socialist kill threat with cut out letters" low
Poor girl wasted hours making that threat letter, only to be called out on his BS in matter of minutes
Edit: Guy -> Girl
I love that they found the words they were looking for but still cut out the letters one by one
It is an island nation of the western Pacific with an estimated population of 127 million. It is the world's third largest economy.
We’ve actually got a lot of “Made in the USA” stuff, it just happens to be things like aircraft and missiles, and not things like textiles or other low cost goods.
Kanye said they are forced to make stuff over seas. It was the other reason he spoke to the President, besides prison reform.
He said they need to make it so these products can be made in America again.
This isn't murdered by words. She's showing she didn't pay attention and arguing his point.
And we will never have low cost goods made here.
Regulations make things more expensive (I'm not saying all regulations are bad, merely stating a fact that they make things more expensive)
Minimum wage laws make things more expensive.
Kanye or whoever can have shoes made in the US, it's just that it would cost substantially more. I have a business that makes textiles. What costs us $9 to make in the China, we sell to retailers at $18 and they sell to consumers at $36.
We actually looked at having them made in the US. Our cost would be about $15. So they'd retail at $60.
Well there is a video of him talking about opening factories in Chicago to give jobs to low income families. So he is trying
That was a wild ride. I'm going to assume he's a manlet (under 5' 7")
All of these posts were by the same user, and his comment history had some racist comments too.
Amazing how so many people are unaware that comment history exists
I'd rather be a manlet as opposed to the fat bastard I actually am.
I've almost died on a nightly basis every since I've been vaccinated as a child. I crawl into bed, and the next thing I know, hours have passed and I have no recollection of it!
Next you’re gonna tell me that you routinely consume dihydrogen oxide with no ill effects.
I'm about as pro vaccine as they come, but I do believe the first dose of the flu vaccine for very young children does need to be split into two doses.
Everyone who has consumed dyhidrogen monoxide, also called DHMO, has died!!
Man I read "petty" as "pretty" at first and got really confused with the next two lines.
E: there ought to be a /sub/madeyoureadtwice sub somewhere.
Are those Instagram comments on a twitter post
This was posted a way long time ago
Back when lil peep was alive
What? They're not presenting it as a moral failing on the part of individuals, they're just saying things that you as an individual can do to help
It says "here's what you can do to help." People are well aware that most of the pollution is centralized. This is about what individual people can do. It's not some sinister omission. And it isn't characterizing anything as a moral failing.
Exactly. Two separate issues.
But by not pointing out the statistic regarding corporation's impact, they are withholding crucial information that helps the individual to not make assumptions. Aka you (the individual) can make a noticeable difference by doing xyz while we (the corporation) change nothing. Its like the allegory of the cave. Without the full picture, you have no choice but to believe false perceptions. CNN could've done better here. To me, this criticism is worthy. We can always strive to do better and present information better.
Wasn't it like 6 months ago that millennials were killing the diamond industry?
I could see a lot of people that are into bod mods doing this. I saw a guy who implanted magnets in his wrist so that he could have a strapless watch.
Millenials are responsible for everything bad that's happening on this planet.
Are people that desperate for clickbait that they'll just make up asinine bullshit that maybe 100 people on the planet have done and pretend its a new trend?
At least they admitted their mistake.
I like how they didn't credit the source in the original tweet, but used it to redirect blame in the update.
Looks like they linked the source originally, then straight up name dropped them in the retraction.
I love succinct responses. I’ve never been good at it.
Just saying “no u” isn’t really proving it isn’t bullshit.
Every single one of his posts here is him going "nuh-uh"to something negstive about him.
I feel like I'm taking crazy pills not finding it compelling sans proof
Soon this sub will be nothing but tweets of him replying "no" to other tweets.
I think you mean musk is constantly bringing bullshit on to himself.
Someone who can't manage to keep a job at a pizza place sounds like the type that would see a $15k skin as something important that you should aim for.
I don't understand why people would think it's cool to spend $15k on a virtual item anyways. Sure it's a QYB moment, but still.
It’s questionable whether it’s ethical to sell skins worth more than a couple hundred dollars because those willing to buy it likely suffer from some addiction, or are vulnerable.
Exactly. Don’t get me wrong I love skins as much as the next guy, but spending a small fortune on some pixels to impress people you will most likely never meet irl seems silly to me