- Happy (Woodkid Sad Remix)
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LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN THIS IS AMAZING
this is a remix of happy where the vocals are kept the same, but the instrumental part of it is completely different and really transforms the song
As a music major this freaking illuminates my life in so many ways lol
This is dope as fuck.
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And the highest paid public employee in your state is…
are you fucking kidding me
Do you ever just see America’s priorities and cry?
my entire life in one tweet
What do you mean, vet’s office? YOU SAID WE WERE GOING TO THE PHILHARMONIC!
i’ve reblogged this at least seven times and i don’t regret any of them"Well how very dare you Sir,I am clearly dressed for Dinner,I do not approve of this inconvenience to my evening timetable!"
Buried deep at the end of an obscure panel discussion.
He goes in
The old white guy actually asked, “What’s up with chicks and science?” D:
The ‘blood on the tracks’ analogy is apt and chilling. Boom, Neil, tell ‘em.I want to be like him.
To Fischer, that means that the poor and middle class families in this country “ought to be kissing the ground on which [the rich] walk” because it is the top 1% that is paying for EBT cards and food stamps and federal housing.
The rich, Fischer asserted “ought to be given ticker tape parades once a week in all of our major cities to thank them for funding welfare for everybody”:
There’s a video at the link.
A religious leader literally preaching to kiss the wealthy’s ass. There is something so incredibly disgusting about this.
Plus, I really don’t think Mr. Christ would approve …
Well, a very large portion of America owe the rich everything they have. So there’s that.
Oh, kind, benevolent rich overlords, let us lick your boots, lest you may not let the wealth trickle down to us.
We owe the rich nothing. They pay us for our time, they pay us for our expertise, they pay us for doing what they can’t or won’t do for themselves, and make profits off of our labor.
Capitalism DOES NOT WORK without the low income laborer. It does not work without each class division filling their niche.
The rich still need workers to perform tasks needed to run their companies, they still need consumers to buy their products.
If anything the rich owe us for utilizing our time, energy and/or expertise to fuel the machine that gives them profits.