Tuesday, July 1, 2014

The Freedom Scale

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  1. America isn’t even free. We have the largest prison population in the world and the most laws. It should be “on a scale from one to Amsterdam how free are you”. In Amsterdam you can shoot up heroin in public whilst paying for your hooker and not be arrested. Now that’s freedom

  2. In much of America you can’t let cat out, or decide what to grow in your front garden.

  3. Scale of one to ‘merica? I thought ‘merica WAS #1.

  4. The Beast Among Us

    ^ IS, not was. Dammit, Sweaty, you did it again.

  5. Ohh yes. That joke. Such funny.

  6. my co-worker’s sister-in-law makes $83 an hour on the internet .. She has been fired for nine months but last month her paycheck was $19782 just working on the internet for a few hours…..
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  7. What’s wrong with that Vultures neck?

    America. Land of the Free.

    Americans ask yourself these questions: What percentage of young black American males have been incarcerated at some point? Who runs your prisons and do they profit from high levels of incarceration? What type of menial production jobs are prisoners forced to undertake at lower than standard wages? Who profits from this cheap, readily available labour?

    Has slavery really been abolished?

  8. The Beast Among Us

    ^ 20%. The government. Yes. Prisoners now study law instead of working, as it’s cheaper to employ Chinese labor to do menial tasks than it is to deal with litigation procedures of “unfair prisoner labor” lawsuits. Who profits? You do.

    No, slavery has not been abolished. Everyone that owns an iPhone or a Blackberry for business purposes is a slave. Even though racism had a lot to do with slavery, slavery has nothing to do with race.

  9. Yeah, but what’s wrong with that Vultures neck?

  10. The Beast Among Us

    ^ The vulture is starving, as it doesn’t want to get its pretty head feathers dirty.

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