Turn it upside down and it's an alien reading Torah. You're welcome.
"If people's basic needs were met through socialism, nobody would ever choose to work!"
Kid, there's people who saved up their entire lives to retire, and never have to work again
Who then choose to spend their retirement doing unpaid menial labor for the public library
People generally WANT to work, to feel accomplished from Doing Stuff
They just want to get to do work they choose to do willingly, for reasonable amounts of time, without the threat of starvation looming over them
Why you should never post photos of your airline boarding passes online, a morality tale illustrated with former Australian Prime Ministers:
You've seen the QPoC Flag, yes? Well here's the QTPoC Flag!
I'll have an SVG available of this eventually, but feel free to save this and share it and whatever you want. The black outline is there because I'm gonna try to make a patch from it, but it's easy to remove once you have the SVG.
If you want a regular image without the outline, lemme know and I'll upload one here to the fediverse
People post that screenshot of the study saying that cops have difficulty infiltrating anarchist groups because there's too much reading, but another one of my favorite parts is "We don't know how to cut their funding because it's just a bunch of anonymous poor people"
The First Man to Reach the North Pole was an African American Desk Clerk the World Forgot
Some years ago I read the book written by Admiral Robert Peary, the """first""" person to the North Pole, so now I'm reading "A Negro Explorer at the North Pole," about the actual first person there. You can get it on Gutenberg https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/20923
Queer nerd from Oakland, CA. Literally the Space Core. Striving to make fiction as strange as truth.
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