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pictoline: Suenan a broma, pero no: algunas noticias del 2019 que parecieron del Día de los Inocentes pero fueron reales 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️: PARECE BROMA, PERO NO IEGG-CELENTE! 00 2. EN LA ÚLTIMA CONFERENCIA DE LA ONU SOBRE CAMBIO CLIMĂTICO, SOLO HABÍA UN LUGAR DE COMIDA VEGANA. Noticias del 2019 que parecieron del Día de los Inocentes, pero fueron reales: + 54 millones 1. LA FOTO DE UN HUEVO SE CONVIRȚIÓ EN EL POST CON MÁS LIKES EN INSTAGRAM DE LÀ HISTORIA. 4. EN TAN SOLO DÍAS, NOTRE DAME RECAUDÓ MUUUCHO MÁS $$S QUE LA AMAZONIA. 6. EL MAYOR IMPRESOR PRIVADO A 3. SE REVELÓ QUE VLADIMIR PUTIN TODAVÍA USA WINDOWS XP, UN SISTEMA OPERATIVO OBSOLETO Y CON UN ALTO RIESGO DE SER HACKEADO. DE DINERO EN EL MUNDO SE ESTĂ QUEDANDO SIN DINERO, YA QUE ALGUNOS PAÍSES NO LE HAN PAGADO. 5. LA NASA INVESTIGA EL PRIMER DELITO EN EL ESPACIO. SE ACUSA A UNA DE SUS ASTRONAUTAS DE USAR LA CUENTA DE BANCO DE SU EXESPOSA, SIN SU PERMISO, DESDE LA ESTACIÓN ESPACIAL. ¿YA DEPOSITARON? **** FUENTES: "There's Only One Vegan Food Truck at Save-the-Planet Talks" Bloomberg. "Vladimir Putin 'still uses obsolete Windows XP' despite hacking risk" The Gpardian. "A photo of an egg is the most-liked post on Instagram, beating record held by Kylie Jenner" CBS News. "Incendios en el Amazonas: ¿alcanzan los US$22 millones ofrecidos por los países ricos para combatir el fuego?" BBC. "NASA reportedly investigating first allegation of crime committed in spacef CBS News. "World's largest printer of money is running out of money" NBC News. PICTOLINE pictoline: Suenan a broma, pero no: algunas noticias del 2019 que parecieron del Día de los Inocentes pero fueron reales 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️

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drtanner-dickery: myothertardisisonthemun: caelumrising: That title makes me so fucking angry. we “lose” a lot of money each paycheck for our health insurance. We “lose” a lot of income due to rich CEOs refusing to give us a livable wage. We “lose” personal time by companies refusing to adequately staff their places of business.And I’m supposed to give a shit about the richest in our country “losing” money to a system that actually goes directly supplying the public with a better life? jesus christ. Money to run a country has to come from somewhere. Far better for it to come from people who effectively have a lot to spare than everyone else. The rest of us actually, tangibly lose billions every year when they vanish into a rich fucker’s already overflowing coffers. They have more money than they can ever physically spend; money never makes its way back into the economy after a billionaire gets their hands on it. When our money winds up in the pockets of the rich, it doesn’t come back out. : Bloomberg Politics @bpolitics Bloomberg Politics The richest could lose hundreds of billions under Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax andi zeisler @andizeisler yes that's literally the point drtanner-dickery: myothertardisisonthemun: caelumrising: That title makes me so fucking angry. we “lose” a lot of money each paycheck for our health insurance. We “lose” a lot of income due to rich CEOs refusing to give us a livable wage. We “lose” personal time by companies refusing to adequately staff their places of business.And I’m supposed to give a shit about the richest in our country “losing” money to a system that actually goes directly supplying the public with a better life? jesus christ. Money to run a country has to come from somewhere. Far better for it to come from people who effectively have a lot to spare than everyone else. The rest of us actually, tangibly lose billions every year when they vanish into a rich fucker’s already overflowing coffers. They have more money than they can ever physically spend; money never makes its way back into the economy after a billionaire gets their hands on it. When our money winds up in the pockets of the rich, it doesn’t come back out.
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feminism is necessary and vital: gahdamnpunk TicToc by Bloomberg Follow Tokyo Medical University apologises after admitting it purposely gave female applicants lower grades in order to keep women out Tokyo Medical University admits to it purposely giving women lower grades 雌差別_ っていい ® TheToc by Bloomberg ° @tctoc kyo Medical Universty officials admit the School rgged exam scores of female applicants to keep women out Moment 03 AM-7 Aug 2018 653 Retweets 41G Fiona Rutherford Follow I can't get over this story. For around 18 years, a university has been altering the entrance exam scores of women applicants TicToc by Bloomberg@tictoc Tokyo Medical University apologises after admitting it purposely gave female applicants lower grades in order to keep women out 36 AM-7 Aug 2018 4,722 Retweets 5,056 "E, @6@Q@O@เริ O But women discrimination is a myth right?? metoo-3 Imagine how many people's lives they ruined. There were probably so many women that went in there knowing they destroyed that test. Yet when they got their results back...they had to be so confused and disappointed. Mentally and emotionally, that had to be quite the blow. Anyway, this is evil. futureblackwakandan This is so evil Imfaoooooo like the world really hates women and we can't even do anything about it. How depressing pocketsized-prophet Not just the lives of the women though. Think of the people their medical advancement, learning, studying, could have gone on to save. Think of the lives they could have helped. ohnoagremlin think of the under-qualified men who got these positions instead and went on to kill people. the whole reason this was even discovered is this university was accused of doctoring grades to let the son of politically connected man enroll when he was not qualified. literally sabotaging communities. feminism is necessary and vital

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The U.S. economy has grown 4.1% in the second quarter, which is the fastest growth since 2014. Bloomberg reports that the U.S. GDP is expected to slow later this year, once the tax stimulus fades out. The Wall Street Journal attributed some of the economy’s success to trade, as net exports added 1.06 of a percentage point to the quarter’s 4.1%. Some analysts worry that the trade war with China may weigh on the economy in the future. ___ President Trump spoke at a steel mill in Granite City, Illinois, on Thursday and commented on the economy’s growth, saying: - “If it has a four in front of it, we’re happy.” ___ At Bloomberg Economics, economists Carl Riccadonna and Tim Mahedy comment on today’s report, saying: - “This reflects a number of one-time idiosyncratic factors and should not be viewed as an indication of what is to come in the second half.” ___: Q2 2018 +4. 1% U.S. NEWS THE BEST QUARTER July 27| The U.S. economy has the best quarter since 2014, growing 4.1% The U.S. economy has grown 4.1% in the second quarter, which is the fastest growth since 2014. Bloomberg reports that the U.S. GDP is expected to slow later this year, once the tax stimulus fades out. The Wall Street Journal attributed some of the economy’s success to trade, as net exports added 1.06 of a percentage point to the quarter’s 4.1%. Some analysts worry that the trade war with China may weigh on the economy in the future. ___ President Trump spoke at a steel mill in Granite City, Illinois, on Thursday and commented on the economy’s growth, saying: - “If it has a four in front of it, we’re happy.” ___ At Bloomberg Economics, economists Carl Riccadonna and Tim Mahedy comment on today’s report, saying: - “This reflects a number of one-time idiosyncratic factors and should not be viewed as an indication of what is to come in the second half.” ___

The U.S. economy has grown 4.1% in the second quarter, which is the fastest growth since 2014. Bloomberg reports that the U.S. GDP is exp...

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