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Earth Wind and Fire live at the Oakland Coliseum 1981
02/09/16, 00:26

Music was a lot less segregated in the 70s than it has been since the 90s.
The Secret Confessions of an Internet Troll
02/09/16, 00:21

On the other hand, he's trolling Vice, and Vice seem like pretty low hanging fruit. I think trolling Vice would be easier than trolling Deviantart, to be honest.
The Secret Confessions of an Internet Troll
02/09/16, 00:20

Reminds me of the "vaporwave album covers" Tumblr troll from '12 or so, who just posted images from some low budget 90s clip art CD with no commentary, and ended up fooling a lot of people into thinking they were real, obscure ZIP file releases that nobody could find any more.

This guy wouldn't have admitted to the hoax when he ran out of stuff to upload, though.
Cropsey
02/08/16, 23:14

I know it's a bit late but I finally got around to watching this and I'm with JHM, the first ten minutes or so are pretty much making it explicit, and then

I've seen a bit of the director's followup and what I've seen is a lot more sensationalistic, and pretty much IS what EH is saying, and come of like glorified Discovery Channel schlock, but this one is, I think, quite well done.
Hunter's Blood (1986)
02/08/16, 16:21

Sample dialogue:

"What the sam hell is goin' on?"
"We're gonna ride!"
"Woooooah!"
"My guts are comin' loose!"
"Come on [garbled] wipe their asses for em!"
"Oh man my ass hurts!"
"What the shit is happening?"
"Aaaaaaugh!"
"Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!"




Not what you probably think.
A Tractor Goes on a Rampage
02/08/16, 16:00

Needs "killdozer" tag, too.
A Tractor Goes on a Rampage
02/08/16, 15:47

I'm with the kid at 3:55 who's upset that it's going to kill a tree.
A Tractor Goes on a Rampage
02/08/16, 15:39

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=65135
Old Woman to Young Women: 'You bitches owe us!'
02/08/16, 15:13

"Animatronic Gospel Singers "
Republican Presidential Candidates Struggle to Seat Themselves
02/08/16, 14:53

Works either way, honestly.
Republican Presidential Candidates Struggle to Seat Themselves
02/08/16, 14:49

Trump looks more like Tony Clifton than ever in this clip.

But seriously, what is even happening here?


Extra stars for one of the better Youtube comments I've seen:


LAVATORR 17 hours ago
This is like watching Game of Thrones as re-enacted by box tortoises.
Hillary Clinton shrugs off Goldman Sachs speaking fees
02/08/16, 14:44

And my view of it has remained fairly cartoonish since then, which is only appropriate since US politics is pretty cartoonish to begin with.
Hillary Clinton shrugs off Goldman Sachs speaking fees
02/08/16, 14:43

So far I've never been jaded enough to not vote, but I've been jaded enough to not feel like my vote actually makes a difference since I was old enough to pay attention (so, like, early high school I guess - my introduction to politics was probably by reading a lot of Bloom County in grade school during the '88 election cycle, to be honest).
Should We Forgive College Debt?
02/08/16, 14:39

tl;dr version: I agree that buying out past student loans is probably the most realistic positive change we could make for people right now but I don't think that on its own it would do much of anything to make the situation better in the future.
Should We Forgive College Debt?
02/08/16, 14:38

Bort, using taxes on universities to buy out existing loans was something I meant to include in my rambling, but I got off track and forgot it. I definitely think it's a possibility, althoughhonestly a part of me would rather see people just stop paying on a large scale, to the point where it forces reform. Because buying out past debts and subsidizing future debts through things like scholarships and grants doesn't really do anything to disrupt the current symbiosis between universities and lenders, who would be getting rewarded for their borderline criminal business practices regardless of whether it was their debtors or the government that paid them off. Much like how Obamacare hasn't actually done anything to break up the symbiosis between the medical (especially pharmeceutical) industry and the insurance industry - insurance coverage lets companies systematically overcharge for their products and services without completely losing their (already largely captive simply because people need health care) market, while the artificially high cost of care makes it almost impossible for most people to receive all but the most basic emergency care without buying insurance.

Same thing with the tuition business - student loans allow universities to inflate tuition well above anything reasonable (but because in the job market an undergraduate degree is equivalent to a high school diploma a couple generations ago, the universities have an essentially captive market) an the inflated cost of tuition means that very few people can get a degree without student loans.

Personally, as someone who DIDN'T have to pay tuition, the difference in how I've been able to choose to live after college versus how everyone else I know had to live in order to be able to pay of their debts - which most people I know are still paying off in their 30s - is massive.
Should We Forgive College Debt?
02/08/16, 14:23

And to be clear, I'm not trying to imply that I have the slightest idea how any of these problems could be realistically solved, I'm just throwing shit out here.

I don't think there actually IS any easy solution, I think it's more a matter of damage control preparedness at this point.
Kazoo Kid - Trap Remix
02/08/16, 14:16

Works for me.
Oregon Occupier calls out POETV
02/08/16, 14:16

If he adjusted his vocabulary a bit this guy would make a good Republican candidate.
Should We Forgive College Debt?
02/08/16, 14:13

Most importantly, we need to get over the idea that higher education is primarily about career training, because historically it hasn't been and in the future it can't be since we're already well into the transition to a largely work-free society, although I don't expect us to make the change gracefully We're going to lose at least one generation to the late 19th and 20th century myth that employment is what makes a person valuable to society in a 21st century where the majority of employment available - when it's available at all - doesn't contribute anything to society at large and is often detrimental to the quality of life of individuals and communities.

There are already way more people than there is work that needs to be done and it's only going to get worse as automation becomes more and more universal and decentralized. This century is going to see a massive, technologically driven change in the relationship between work and society, on a global scale and I don't think it's going to be very pretty in the short run, at least not in the latently Protestant, hypercapitalist USA.
Should We Forgive College Debt?
02/08/16, 14:00

Cognitivedissonance is correct but I'd be surprised to see that happen in my lifetime.

Also, I've got mixed feelings on that. On the one hand I don't think higher education should only be available to those who can afford the current massively inflated costs, but on the other hand I think the idea that everyone needs a college degree isn't the best, I think that improving public high schools to the point where people could graduate with a solid education would be more productive than what we have right now, where college are the new high school and high school is the new middle school.


Anecdotally, I went to a top 100 university and leaving aside my major to focus on the core required science and humanities courses that are representative of the university as a whole, there was not a single one that was as academically rigorous as what I got in 9th grade at a fairly inexpensive (and openly non-preparatory) private liberal arts school* that cost half for 4 years what my tuition would have been for one year at university if I hadn't had a full tuition waiver, and I was taking all honors track stuff, too.






*this is why evilhomer and I are overeducated shitheads, by the way. I don't know what school he went to but I can see the telltale signs.

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