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This pic is now old as Mujica was president until 2015 but it still reflects a stark contrast between the values of most premiers and Mujica whom views consumerism as unnecessary.


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Sarajevo, May 1993. At the time this was shocking to me but in a year it was almost nothing at all in the grand scheme.



Bosnian War Anniversary: Sarajevo's 'Romeo and Juliet' Still Resonate - NBC News

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This offends me as a vegan non-binary isomorphic otherkin pangender transgender atheist socialist German engineer who only dates capitalist, who vapes organic decaffeinated compressed soy breast milk on the regular and a person who does Indian naked crossfit yoga 5 times per week. Im also a male feminist and identify myself as a pastafarian Apache attack helicopter dog who serves only to one master: my chihuahua which I helped cross the border of Mexico because I hate Donald Trump and his ban on "illegal" immigration. My dog also walks me feeds me and bathes me, if you find that weird than your an arrogant ignorant homophobic globaphobic sexist.
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I saw a hand surgeon today in Colombia and it cost me $36.50 +$8.50 for the sonogram and $7.90 for the x-ray.

Meanwhile in America..


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He is a genius! In 2004 that was ~60,000 employees!

The ice trade (not to be confused) was huge ~90,000 people, think of all those New Hampshire impoverished people who would benefit if it was restored. With all the warming it could be a very green industry, suck it China.



Of course it would negatively impact his opus autem bovis stercore Carrier so nah.

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He is a genius! In 2004 that was ~60,000 employees!

The (not to be confused) was huge ~90,000 people, think of all those New Hampshire impoverished people who would benefit if it was restored. With all the warming it could be a very green industry, suck it China.



Of course it would negatively impact his opus autem bovis stercore Carrier so nah.

In New Hampshire cars drive on the right. Not the left.

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In New Hampshire cars drive on the right. Not the left.

I asked my buddy from Texas, he says it must be in Canada then.

But this is more accurate.


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Classic Stegosaurus pattern on the daily Bitcoin chart



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Love that stegosaurus picture. Now, I'm going to be seeing dinosaurs in the charts for the next couple of days.

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom open's today, so I'll be seeing and hearing them!

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