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the-dracologist: quecksilvereyes: lesbie-vague: ampledarling: queermista: literallyscreamingatthevoid: augie279: ghanas-kente-queen: ampledarling: ghanas-kente-queen: Won’t that only solve 75% of your problems? The book solves half of your problems, not all of them Say you have 8 problems. You read the book, and you have 4 problems. You read the book again gets rid of HALF, of those 4 problems. So you’re left with two. Out of the 8 problems, 6 were resolved and 6/8 is 75%. Finally Tumblr can do math So, what you’re saying, is that if I buy infinite books, I will solve all of my problems, because the sum as n approaches infinity starting at 1 of (½)^n equals 1, which would be 100% of my problems. No, you will only ever be able to become infinitely close to solving all of your problems, like this: Please stop explaining math to me im gay that’s why radioactive material is such a bitch! it only ever deteriorates relative to its mass so it will never completely vanish This post is pushing me to the limit : SammieDee01 @Dee01Sammie 7h Yesterday I saw a book called "How to solve 50% of your problems", so I bought two books M the-dracologist: quecksilvereyes: lesbie-vague: ampledarling: queermista: literallyscreamingatthevoid: augie279: ghanas-kente-queen: ampledarling: ghanas-kente-queen: Won’t that only solve 75% of your problems? The book solves half of your problems, not all of them Say you have 8 problems. You read the book, and you have 4 problems. You read the book again gets rid of HALF, of those 4 problems. So you’re left with two. Out of the 8 problems, 6 were resolved and 6/8 is 75%. Finally Tumblr can do math So, what you’re saying, is that if I buy infinite books, I will solve all of my problems, because the sum as n approaches infinity starting at 1 of (½)^n equals 1, which would be 100% of my problems. No, you will only ever be able to become infinitely close to solving all of your problems, like this: Please stop explaining math to me im gay that’s why radioactive material is such a bitch! it only ever deteriorates relative to its mass so it will never completely vanish This post is pushing me to the limit
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that-anglophile: fuckyeahsnackables: uncommonbish: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/uber-knows-when-your-phone-is-about-to-run-out-of-battery-a7042416.html 👏🏿 Capitalism 👏🏿  wants 👏🏿  to 👏🏿 fuck 👏🏿 you 👏🏿 all  👏🏿 the 👏🏿  time. 👏🏿 Just to make this explicit, they’re charging you more if your phone’s about to die because they know you’re scared you’re gonna get stranded. They know you have fewer options. Please remember that under capitalism, it is All like this. DoorDash steals your tips if you give them through the app, or if you notify them that you gave a cash tip. DO NOT TELL them you are tipping in cash! They stole a $20 cash tip from me by “deducting” it from that night’s earnings. I had to work an extra hour to make up for what they stole from me. The CEO should be drawn and quartered. : KEA @KEA_HGA How can this be explained? Same location. Same destination. Same account. Different phones. Different prices l45% 14:24 ae 1 90%+ 14:24 hITArtelTigo Madina University of Ghana, Legon Haatso My location > N4 6 6 MIN My Location Taifa min EAST L Kotoka InternaHonal Arport N1 NI AYAWASO Lapaz Accra Accra osu NIMA CANTONMENTS Rev. Lartey Adotey Apostolic Church> G NORTH AIDGE LABADI Bolt Comfort ST AIDGE OSU GHC 21 GHO 23 Rev, Lartey Adotey Apostolic Church > GHC 25 G 16 MIN 6 MIN Bolt Comfort Cash -GHC 2 PROMO GHC 24 GHC 28 GHC 26 16 MIN 6 MIN SELECT BOLT Cash GHC 2 PROMO SELECT BOLT O Doxologist @Prestige_T The phone on the left has lower battery than the phone on the right. Bolt, Uber, etc raise their prices relative to your battery level (yes, they can do that and they do). KEA @KEA_HGA Sep 17 How can this be explained? Same location. Same destination. Same account. Different phones. Different prices. sotoke nteraa Accra Acgrs Rev Lartey Adetoy Apestolc Church Bolt Comfort GHE 21 RLarty AeteyApestole Church l6 MIN 6 MIN Bolt Confort Cash OHt 2 ROMO GHE 24 GHE 6 MIND SELECT BOLT Cash eRO SELECT BOLT 10:10 PM Sep 18, 2019 Twitter for Android Doxologist @Prestige T Just for some proof. independent.co.uk/life-style/gad.. Uber tried to BS themselves by saying they don't use battery level to make fares more expensive (which back then they di..), but also said "it's a strong predictor" on surge sensitivity - showing they actively collect and use it. BER Uber knows when your phone is about to die Uber knows when the battery on your phone is running low - and that you are more likely to pay higher "surge" prices for a car as a result. The taxi-hailing app.. independent.co.uk 3:58 PM Sep 19, 2019 Twitter for Android that-anglophile: fuckyeahsnackables: uncommonbish: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/uber-knows-when-your-phone-is-about-to-run-out-of-battery-a7042416.html 👏🏿 Capitalism 👏🏿  wants 👏🏿  to 👏🏿 fuck 👏🏿 you 👏🏿 all  👏🏿 the 👏🏿  time. 👏🏿 Just to make this explicit, they’re charging you more if your phone’s about to die because they know you’re scared you’re gonna get stranded. They know you have fewer options. Please remember that under capitalism, it is All like this. DoorDash steals your tips if you give them through the app, or if you notify them that you gave a cash tip. DO NOT TELL them you are tipping in cash! They stole a $20 cash tip from me by “deducting” it from that night’s earnings. I had to work an extra hour to make up for what they stole from me. The CEO should be drawn and quartered.
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uncommonbish: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/uber-knows-when-your-phone-is-about-to-run-out-of-battery-a7042416.html ?? Capitalism ??  wants ??  to ?? fuck ?? you ?? all  ?? the ??  time. ?? : KEA @KEA_HGA How can this be explained? Same location. Same destination. Same account. Different phones. Different prices l45% 14:24 ae 1 90%+ 14:24 hITArtelTigo Madina University of Ghana, Legon Haatso My location > N4 6 6 MIN My Location Taifa min EAST L Kotoka InternaHonal Arport N1 NI AYAWASO Lapaz Accra Accra osu NIMA CANTONMENTS Rev. Lartey Adotey Apostolic Church> G NORTH AIDGE LABADI Bolt Comfort ST AIDGE OSU GHC 21 GHO 23 Rev, Lartey Adotey Apostolic Church > GHC 25 G 16 MIN 6 MIN Bolt Comfort Cash -GHC 2 PROMO GHC 24 GHC 28 GHC 26 16 MIN 6 MIN SELECT BOLT Cash GHC 2 PROMO SELECT BOLT O Doxologist @Prestige_T The phone on the left has lower battery than the phone on the right. Bolt, Uber, etc raise their prices relative to your battery level (yes, they can do that and they do). KEA @KEA_HGA Sep 17 How can this be explained? Same location. Same destination. Same account. Different phones. Different prices. sotoke nteraa Accra Acgrs Rev Lartey Adetoy Apestolc Church Bolt Comfort GHE 21 RLarty AeteyApestole Church l6 MIN 6 MIN Bolt Confort Cash OHt 2 ROMO GHE 24 GHE 6 MIND SELECT BOLT Cash eRO SELECT BOLT 10:10 PM Sep 18, 2019 Twitter for Android Doxologist @Prestige T Just for some proof. independent.co.uk/life-style/gad.. Uber tried to BS themselves by saying they don't use battery level to make fares more expensive (which back then they di..), but also said "it's a strong predictor" on surge sensitivity - showing they actively collect and use it. BER Uber knows when your phone is about to die Uber knows when the battery on your phone is running low - and that you are more likely to pay higher "surge" prices for a car as a result. The taxi-hailing app.. independent.co.uk 3:58 PM Sep 19, 2019 Twitter for Android uncommonbish: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/uber-knows-when-your-phone-is-about-to-run-out-of-battery-a7042416.html ?? Capitalism ??  wants ??  to ?? fuck ?? you ?? all  ?? the ??  time. ??
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endgameexecutor: the-dracologist: quecksilvereyes: lesbie-vague: ampledarling: queermista: literallyscreamingatthevoid: augie279: ghanas-kente-queen: ampledarling: ghanas-kente-queen: Won’t that only solve 75% of your problems? The book solves half of your problems, not all of them Say you have 8 problems. You read the book, and you have 4 problems. You read the book again gets rid of HALF, of those 4 problems. So you’re left with two. Out of the 8 problems, 6 were resolved and 6/8 is 75%. Finally Tumblr can do math So, what you’re saying, is that if I buy infinite books, I will solve all of my problems, because the sum as n approaches infinity starting at 1 of (½)^n equals 1, which would be 100% of my problems. No, you will only ever be able to become infinitely close to solving all of your problems, like this: Please stop explaining math to me im gay that’s why radioactive material is such a bitch! it only ever deteriorates relative to its mass so it will never completely vanish This post is pushing me to the limit : SammieDee01 @Dee01Sammie 7h Yesterday I saw a book called "How to solve 50% of your problems", so I bought two books M endgameexecutor: the-dracologist: quecksilvereyes: lesbie-vague: ampledarling: queermista: literallyscreamingatthevoid: augie279: ghanas-kente-queen: ampledarling: ghanas-kente-queen: Won’t that only solve 75% of your problems? The book solves half of your problems, not all of them Say you have 8 problems. You read the book, and you have 4 problems. You read the book again gets rid of HALF, of those 4 problems. So you’re left with two. Out of the 8 problems, 6 were resolved and 6/8 is 75%. Finally Tumblr can do math So, what you’re saying, is that if I buy infinite books, I will solve all of my problems, because the sum as n approaches infinity starting at 1 of (½)^n equals 1, which would be 100% of my problems. No, you will only ever be able to become infinitely close to solving all of your problems, like this: Please stop explaining math to me im gay that’s why radioactive material is such a bitch! it only ever deteriorates relative to its mass so it will never completely vanish This post is pushing me to the limit
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ghettofabulous: thepetitemuse: theblamegabe: reblogging this again “ When we isolate prostitution as problematicrelative to other jobs and other forms of sexual contact, we missp l u m a s u m a q17an opportunity to understand all forms of wage labor as exploitativeand minimize the extent to which all women have been confronted (atone time or another) with the choice to leverage their sexuality in orderto gain access to resources.” - Pluma Sumaq Hilary’s supporters are so problematic i love EVERYTHING about this i just peed un poquito omg : Lena Dunham @lenadunham While there are clearly sex workers by choice, the majority globally are there because of poverty, homelessness etc. Aka lack of choice 8 Aug The Coquette @coketweet @lenadunham The same can be said for ALL labor. Your patriarchal and patronizing position against sex work adds to systemic misogyny. 4:40pm-8 Aug 15 ghettofabulous: thepetitemuse: theblamegabe: reblogging this again “ When we isolate prostitution as problematicrelative to other jobs and other forms of sexual contact, we missp l u m a s u m a q17an opportunity to understand all forms of wage labor as exploitativeand minimize the extent to which all women have been confronted (atone time or another) with the choice to leverage their sexuality in orderto gain access to resources.” - Pluma Sumaq Hilary’s supporters are so problematic i love EVERYTHING about this i just peed un poquito omg 

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vizual-statistix: I really enjoyed this article in The Economist on the astonishing increase in textbook prices relative to the consumer price index, so I decided to investigate some other items.  Food and apparel both had interesting results, so here are the graphs!  These use CPI for all urban consumers, and the data are seasonally adjusted. Data source: http://www.bls.gov/cpi/data.htm: 2200% 2000% 1800% Consumer Price Index: Food 1600% s 1400% 1200% 1000% 800% 600% 400% 200% Fresh Vegetables 0% Fish and Seafood Fresh Fruit 1948 1952 1956 rBeef and Veal 1960 1966 1968 CPI (All Items) 'Al Food 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 Pork 1982 1988 1990 1994 1996 r Eggs 2000 2002 2004 © Seth Kadish Percentage Change in CPI 1950 1954 1958 1962 1964 1970 1984 1986 1992 1998 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 280% 260% Consumer Price Index: Apparel 240% 220% 200% 180% 160% · CPI (AIl Items) 140% 120% 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 1978 1984 1986 , All Apparel 'Men's Apparel Boy's Apparel Women's Apparel *Girl's Apparel 1988 1992 1994 2002 2004 2006 2014 © Seth Kadish Percentage Change in CPI 1980 1982 1990 1996 1998 2000 2008 2010 2012 vizual-statistix: I really enjoyed this article in The Economist on the astonishing increase in textbook prices relative to the consumer price index, so I decided to investigate some other items.  Food and apparel both had interesting results, so here are the graphs!  These use CPI for all urban consumers, and the data are seasonally adjusted. Data source: http://www.bls.gov/cpi/data.htm

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bankuei: hestmord: those damn irresponsible poors with their flat screen tvs and their cellular phones and their clothes The things you can afford… but you know… let’s just pretend they’re still paying late 90’s prices and in a booming economy or something… This is wonderful. But even if the prices of these cheaper items weren’t as cheap ……..  POOR PEOPLE STILL HAVE THE RIGHT (and i would argue need) TO HAVE LEISURE TIME !!!!! AND TO ENJOY LIFE !!! GOD FORBID!!!: Mark Mellman @MarkMellman Follow Why the poor can have "things" but can't escape poverty pic.twitter.com/nzE6f6ONLh Costs for Americans .. ... have soared +40 pct. pts. College tuition and fees for education, Change in prices relative to a 23% increase in prices for all items, 2005-2014 child care and health care... +20 Child care/nursery school Health care Vehicle maintenance/repair Food and beverages Housing Personal care ... and have plummeted for televisions, toys Clothing and phones, -20.. New and used vehicles relative to other prices. Cellphone service -60 Toys Phones and accessories Refect prices unsubsidaed by service providers -80 ...... Personal computers and equipment -100 Televisions BY LARRY BUCHANAN and ALICIA PARLAPIANO Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics bankuei: hestmord: those damn irresponsible poors with their flat screen tvs and their cellular phones and their clothes The things you can afford… but you know… let’s just pretend they’re still paying late 90’s prices and in a booming economy or something… This is wonderful. But even if the prices of these cheaper items weren’t as cheap ……..  POOR PEOPLE STILL HAVE THE RIGHT (and i would argue need) TO HAVE LEISURE TIME !!!!! AND TO ENJOY LIFE !!! GOD FORBID!!!

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