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    whattheendoftheworldlookedlike:

Los Angeles, 1992.

    whattheendoftheworldlookedlike:

    Los Angeles, 1992.

     
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    It is important to remember…

    It is important to remember…

     
  3. 22:13 6th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from art-of-anarchy

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    Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?
    — Danielle LaPorte (via eslaprincesita)

    (Source: thingsthatsing)

     
  4. 'A good shoe care regime is what separates us from the animals'

    Me

     
  5. 10:04 5th Apr 2014

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    Taken with my mobile phone.

    Taken with my mobile phone.

     
  6. 'I don't take advice from someone who doesn't own an umbrella'

    Me

     
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    Layers

    Layers

    (Source: streetper)

     
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    learnliberty:

Plunder: Legality doesn’t make it moral. 
Reblog If you agree!

    learnliberty:

    Plunder: Legality doesn’t make it moral.

    Reblog If you agree!

     
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  10. c4ss:

    Global restrictions on migration are holding the world economy back by two decades. The economic loss we suffer every single year as a result of governments’ arbitrary barriers on labor mobility is equivalent to the next 20 years of economic growth.

    Simply put, lifting restrictions on immigration woulddouble world GDP.We can get a headstart on the future by abolishing arbitrary restrictions on immigration today.

    What does that mean in practical terms?

    Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total value of all final goods and services produced within a country during a year. Basically, it is the amount of stuff being produced by your country–food, cars, clothes, legal advice, etc.–each year. GDP per capita means the total value of your country’s output divided by the number of people, and it’s often used as a rough measure of standard of living: the more stuff your country produces per person per year, the better off you are likely to be. …