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America, Facts, and Trash: afloweroutofstone: shituationist: radical-eirini: rossjm: higher-order: China: *does this*Inept activists in western countries: “Banning plastic straws in our bars and restaurants will save the planet guys :))))))” This chart is extremely misleading because basically the whole world dumps its trash in china and other countries at the top of this chart. This isn’t the same as how much trash each country produces - if that were what the chart was measuring, it would look FAR different. I’m not saying this to defend China, but if you’re looking at who produces the most waste per capita you should look at countries like the United States of America, Switzerland and New Zealand - countries that all produce FAR more waste per capita than China does. Like do you people SERIOUSLY think Sri Lanka, the Philippines and Vietnam have even close to the consumption capacity to produce 5 or 6 TIMES more waste than the US? The reality is that first world countries pay poorer countries to dispose their waste there because disposing of this waste in a cheap way is now mostly illegal there (at least in Europe I’m pretty sure you’re not allowed to burn it anymore) and any ways to do it in an environmentally friendly way are way more expensive. And of course, poorer countries don’t have the capacity (or the resources) to dispose of this waste in an environmentally friendly way (although this is actually changing for China specifically, if you look at the chart its somewhat old), so of course for them to get rid of it, it goes into the sea. First world: *exports trash and pollution-causing industry to the third world, consumes products dependent on these facts* Inept first worlder: “wtf China stop polluting” Imagine seeing a chart that claims Sri Lanka produces 82 times more waste per capita than the dramatically wealthier United States and just rolling with it
America, Facts, and Trash: afloweroutofstone:

shituationist:

radical-eirini:

rossjm:

higher-order:

China: *does this*Inept activists in western countries: “Banning plastic straws in our bars and restaurants will save the planet guys :))))))”

This chart is extremely misleading because basically the whole world dumps its trash in china and other countries at the top of this chart. This isn’t the same as how much trash each country produces - if that were what the chart was measuring, it would look FAR different. I’m not saying this to defend China, but if you’re looking at who produces the most waste per capita you should look at countries like the United States of America, Switzerland and New Zealand - countries that all produce FAR more waste per capita than China does.
Like do you people SERIOUSLY think Sri Lanka, the Philippines and Vietnam have even close to the consumption capacity to produce 5 or 6 TIMES more waste than the US?
The reality is that first world countries pay poorer countries to dispose their waste there because disposing of this waste in a cheap way is now mostly illegal there (at least in Europe I’m pretty sure you’re not allowed to burn it anymore) and any ways to do it in an environmentally friendly way are way more expensive. And of course, poorer countries don’t have the capacity (or the resources) to dispose of this waste in an environmentally friendly way (although this is actually changing for China specifically, if you look at the chart its somewhat old), so of course for them to get rid of it, it goes into the sea.

First world: *exports trash and pollution-causing industry to the third world, consumes products dependent on these facts*
Inept first worlder: “wtf China stop polluting”

Imagine seeing a chart that claims Sri Lanka produces 82 times more waste per capita than the dramatically wealthier United States and just rolling with it

afloweroutofstone: shituationist: radical-eirini: rossjm: higher-order: China: *does this*Inept activists in western countries: “Bannin...

America, Break, and Text: King George receives the break-up text from The United States of America. (1776)
America, Break, and Text: King George receives the break-up text from The United States of America. (1776)

King George receives the break-up text from The United States of America. (1776)

America, Shit, and Germany: Ah shit, here we go again. The United States of America declaring war of Nazi Germany, officially marking its entry into WW2 (1941)
America, Shit, and Germany: Ah shit, here we go again.
The United States of America declaring war of Nazi Germany, officially marking its entry into WW2 (1941)

The United States of America declaring war of Nazi Germany, officially marking its entry into WW2 (1941)

America, Black Friday, and Cards Against Humanity: sidelong-citizen preciousorgel Follow Originally Posted: 2017-01-22 1:22pm print Cards Against Humanity is hiring a CEO! Cards Against Humanity, the #1 best-selling party game, is hiring a new CEO! Let's face it: we have no idea what we're doing. This year, we wasted an enormous amount of time and energy trying to get Hillary Clinton elected President, and on Black Friday we dug a huge hole in the ground because we wanted to find out if it would be funny. It's been a great run, but now it's time for real adult Ieadership. We are secking a highly qualificd exccutive to run our company who meets the following requirements: Strong public speaking skills Steady disposition, remains cool under pressure Willing to inherit the consequences of eight years of irresponsible spending Excellent negotiator able to deal with stubborn opposition Experience hunting terrorist masterminds Minimum eight years experience President of the United States of America or equivalent nation Strongly prefer the first black editor of Harvard Law Review -Must currently hold a national approval rating of 57.2% or higher Passed comprehensive healthcare reform Natural born citizen of the United States Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint The ideal candidate will be excited to travel for work and be a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. What's In It for You? If you are the right candidate, we will award you 51% of our company and you can set your own salary. Benefits include: Health/dental/vision insurance (while available) - Gencrous vacation time -A new computer Pre-tax transit benefit -Access to office pantry with unlimited almonds Paid relocation to Chicago is available. Also, you can be our new Dad if you want (optional but strongly preferred). About the Company Cards Against Humanity is a game company based in Chicago, IL with about 30 employees. We run a coworking space for independent artists, a full-ride scholarship for women getting degrees in STEM fields, a political action committee, an intemational shipping company, a private island, and a castle in Ireland. We've also raised nearly $5 million for our nonprofit partners: the Wikimedia Foundation, the Sunlight Foundation, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and DonorsChoose.org, where Cards Against Humanity has funded over 13,000 teacher projects in high-poverty classrooms across the United States. Interested? If you meet our qualifications, please email mail@cardsagainsthumanity.com. post id: 5970647019 email to friendbesof grumpyhop cards against humanity posted a listing to try to hire barack obama for their ceo position on craigslist im See, its easy to find a job! - most adults
America, Black Friday, and Cards Against Humanity: sidelong-citizen preciousorgel
 Follow
 Originally Posted: 2017-01-22 1:22pm
 print
 Cards Against Humanity is hiring a CEO!
 Cards Against Humanity, the #1 best-selling party game, is hiring a new CEO!
 Let's face it: we have no idea what we're doing. This year, we wasted an enormous amount of time and energy trying to get
 Hillary Clinton elected President, and on Black Friday we dug a huge hole in the ground because we wanted to find out if it
 would be funny. It's been a great run, but now it's time for real adult Ieadership.
 We are secking a highly qualificd exccutive to run our company who meets the following requirements:
 Strong public speaking skills
 Steady disposition, remains cool under pressure
 Willing to inherit the consequences of eight years of irresponsible spending
 Excellent negotiator able to deal with stubborn opposition
 Experience hunting terrorist masterminds
 Minimum eight years experience President of the United States of America or equivalent nation
 Strongly prefer the first black editor of Harvard Law Review
 -Must currently hold a national approval rating of 57.2% or higher
 Passed comprehensive healthcare reform
 Natural born citizen of the United States
 Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
 The ideal candidate will be excited to travel for work and be a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
 Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
 What's In It for You?
 If you are the right candidate, we will award you 51% of our company and you can set your own salary.
 Benefits include:
 Health/dental/vision insurance (while available)
 - Gencrous vacation time
 -A new computer
 Pre-tax transit benefit
 -Access to office pantry with unlimited almonds
 Paid relocation to Chicago is available. Also, you can be our new Dad if you want (optional but strongly preferred).
 About the Company
 Cards Against Humanity is a game company based in Chicago, IL with about 30 employees. We run a coworking space for
 independent artists, a full-ride scholarship for women getting degrees in STEM fields, a political action committee, an
 intemational shipping company, a private island, and a castle in Ireland. We've also raised nearly $5 million for our
 nonprofit partners: the Wikimedia Foundation, the Sunlight Foundation, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and
 DonorsChoose.org, where Cards Against Humanity has funded over 13,000 teacher projects in high-poverty classrooms
 across the United States.
 Interested?
 If you meet our qualifications, please email mail@cardsagainsthumanity.com.
 post id: 5970647019
 email to friendbesof
 grumpyhop
 cards against humanity posted a listing to try to hire barack obama for their ceo
 position on craigslist im
See, its easy to find a job! - most adults

See, its easy to find a job! - most adults