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If an Ad-Free Internet Existed, Would You Pay for It?
email@example.com. (DJ Pangburn), vice.com
How much would you pay for an ad-free internet? Would you even pay anything at all?
That’s what video ad platform Ebuzzing and Censuswide endeavored to find out in a survey of 1,400 UK consumers, as the Telegraph reported. The results are…
Id pay that shit
Yes, I’d pay. The free internet in exchange for all personal data being captured sold and traded is big badda bad
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For 14 centuries, Christians of the region – most of them of Arab origin or belonging to ancient Levantine ethnicities – have resisted systematic waves of genocide and displacement, by resorting to on
"After decades of enjoying citizenship, Christians in the region cannot afford to return to the humiliating, dehumanizing status of dhimmitude and they can resist the painful emigration option only if they are reassured about their own personal strength. Today, for Christians to continue to reside in their land seems to depend on carrying arms! This, however, will be catastrophic for communities in the region, since this will antagonize all to arm and resort to violence.
The legitimacy of the armed Christian resistance emanates from the right to continue to exist on the land of their ancestors and to live freely with dignity. You cannot argue about the legitimacy of a Kalashnikov rifle when it is held by a man defending his home, his honor and his children.
Yet, Christians regionally also bear a historic responsibility toward their larger community. A responsibility linked to their enlightenment, secularism, national and liberal legacy, which commits them to resort to Christian resistance within boundaries that preserve that legacy.”
I was hoping to make fun of this ‘feminist poetry’ but it was really well done
remember when you put your glasses on for the first time and you realized you could see leaves on trees
how many fucking people on this website wear glasses jfc
it’s always the leaves oh my god
it’s fucking true tho
I thought trees just had fuzz on top, I had no idea there were leaves
Wish me luck?
Le Monde d’Edena(6) - les reparateurs
Justine: “Many retail outlets including grocery and specialty food stores carry juice drinks.”
Justine: I wanted to open a juice factory but first i need to learn what juice is
Banana Food: Hahaha
Banana Food: I dont know myself
Banana Food: I’m still learning
Banana Food: I’m still just trying to learn :)
Justine: ( just have all of this Capital here and ive heard someone talk about juice
p.515). Many of the early Byzantine physicians believed that vomiting was a treatment for obesity. Some later physicians used this method as well. For example, the physician, Soranus of the 2nd century suggested “provoking vomiting when the stomach is empty and then give the patient acrid foods. These diets shouldnot be prolonged, but they can be used more than once at frequent intervals” (Papavramidou, 2008, p.764). The research suggests that “the Byzantine moral was that what came out was considerable better than what went in” (Eastmond, 2007, p.181). Being fat was a considered to be bad and vomiting could purge the body of unwanted bad things.
Therefore, obesity was a concern for the men as well. An interesting example is of a Byzantine man who’s wedding was delayed due to fatness; “the bride to be and her mother thought the intended groom was too fat” (Lascaratos, 1995, p.54). The man was told to lose the extra weight so that “his belly would go down and he would appear slimmer and worthy to love because as he was he appeared disgusting with the asymmetry of his flesh” (Lascaratos, 1995, p.54).
vovarovs said: Every time I want to flee my life for some reason i am reminded of you and there is a slight bit of hope. I scrolled your blog and read the bit about the salicylic acid. :( I hope that it's better. Does it develop with stress? Or is it hereditary? (Prvt)
It’s inherited but got worse with exposure when I didn’t know I had it. Aspirin in pepto bismol, a decongestant in cold medicine, then lots of grapefruit and lemons
At the end of the 14th century Gaston III, Comte de Foix (1331-1391) wrote a book about hunting called Livre de Chasse, which included a section on how he took care of the greyhounds he used in the hunt. Gaston explains that their kennels should be built of wood and at least a foot off the ground, with loft where the dog could be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It should also have fresh straw added to its floor each day and have a door that opens into a sunny yard, so that “the houndes may go withoute to play when them liketh for it is grete likyng for the houndes whan thei may goon in and out at their lust.”