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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Volume 1

The Good:
Occupy Wall Street pays off debt while teaching a lesson about the credit markets.

The Bad:
If the Bloomberg to de Blasio transition were in another country, the reporting would make it sound as if a dictator was being overthrown.

The Ugly:
Life in prison for petty crimes. I’ll blame Reagan as he encouraged deregulation of large criminals while getting tough on petty ones.


Brands, News, Aesthetics, Brand New Aesthetics

late for meeting
Brand New Aesthetics
Who I Am
Amazing secret dungeon discovered under my new apartment
Nightwatch Paranormal
Drone discovers abandoned Renaissance Faire
Former inmates struggle to learn new technologies
Reward offered for death of George, the San Antonio Riverwalk duck
Rubberbandits – Bag of Glue
History of United States prison systems
What does the United States export?


Prison Industrial Complex, Reagan and STEM

“Since 1980, the US prison population has grown by 790%. We have the largest prison population of any nation in the history of the world. One in three African-American men will go to jail at some point in his life. Imprisoning that many people, most of them for non-violent offenses, doesn’t come cheap, especially when you’re paying private contractors. The United States now spends $50bn on our corrections system every year.”

Guess who was elected in 1980?

Why STEM Education shouldn’t be overlooked.

From Wikipedia