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hebbycakes:

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Anonymous asked: What is your counter-argument to people who say that without class structures and wage labour, people wouldn't have "incentive to work"?

amodernmanifesto:

Well, there are a bunch of answers to that. I think this argument is an interesting one because it comes from people’s experience of capitalism. If work is so dehumanising, alienating and shitty, how could we get rid of the wage. It is the only reason people work under capitalism.

But let’s be clear. People would relieve the fruits of their labour under socialism. In fact, working class people would receive more wealth from the work they do than they do under capitalism, where most of that wealth is expropriated. Working class communities would receive the full value of the working class’s labour in the form of direct for need social services.

People work for many reasons. They might enjoy it. They might do it out of a sense of duty or loved or their community. They might do it to become better at it. If we made work an enjoyable experience, and gave workers direct control over the conditions under which they worked, then I think more people would want to work that previously.

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We had one mother beaver that was so well-known for eating her children that we wouldn’t even announce them until they hit a certain age and we were sure she couldn’t fit them in her mouth anymore.
- My new favorite line from a Cracked article (via bogleech)
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No eternal boy-gang can go without a leader, and Rufio—the triple-mohawked Mad-Max punk who runs the Lost Boys as if they’re a queer postapocalyptic skater gang—is way cooler than Pan ever was. Rufio, as you may be able to tell by my enthusiasm for him even twenty years later, is the only point of identification for the kids this film is ostensibly for. He’s the film’s heart, its real hero. Rufio inevitably beefs with Peter, because here’s Pan, as square as square comes, a dad in a boy’s world, claiming to be the mythical departed leader of the gang. It’s only when Rufio is brutally murdered by Hook that our lust for vengeance accommodates us to Robin Williams—i.e., dad—as an actual hero, and even then we accept him only grudgingly.
- Paris Review – The Dadliest Decade, Willie Osterweil (via thisistheverge)
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weedonweedonweed:

bluntrollerandsmoker:

Weedish Fish ,Sour Haze Worms & Sour Kush Kids

reblogging mostly for the name

godDAMN

weedonweedonweed:

bluntrollerandsmoker:

Weedish Fish ,Sour Haze Worms & Sour Kush Kids

reblogging mostly for the name

godDAMN

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slow-riot:

I think the thing I’m most excited about for the 3DS Smash Bros is that it’s portable so I can shout WOMBO COMBO over and over in public

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