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L'Oiseau Rouge

Eating an entire melon at the office, because I can. #happydays

Eating an entire melon at the office, because I can. #happydays

petyagencheva:

I don`t think you understand my lifetime obsession with Milla Jovovich`s modelling.

Hmm. I think my body type is quite similar.

petyagencheva:

I don`t think you understand my lifetime obsession with Milla Jovovich`s modelling.

Hmm. I think my body type is quite similar.

(Source: oldhdd)

i-hate-the-beach:

twofingerswhiskey:

real-hiphophead:

kaijuleng:

tattoosfade:

oppressionisntrad:

anarchist-memes:

We are forced to live in a system that steals from us daily, Kill snitch culture.

Important things to keep in mind!
- never take from ‘mom and pop’ type store. Its likely you’ll actually harm them, whereas taking from a walmart wont effect much.
- never take items that a worker is assigned to monitor (usually super expensive items), theyll be in trouble for it. and its usually a minimum wage worker and usually they lose hours or pay, or they even get fired.
- similar to the above, never take things that are usually locked up for the above reason
- if its a store you know gives their near-expiration products to workers/charity, try to avoid taking the near expiration products.
- if youre taking clothing, avoid leaving hangers. it sounds weird, but itll make it seem like it was more likely an error in the computer than a theft, since the empty hanger sitting there will seem suspicious. 
- also for clothing, try not to take more than one item at once, as it will look suspicious if theres 10 medium shirts missing, and it won’t be written off as just a stocking error. and it will lead to workers being penalized
- basically just always consider ‘will this harm a worker’ and if the answer is yes then dont do it
like i was homeless for a while when i was younger and i tried to follow those guidelines to avoid doing harm to people who were probably not much better off than me while trying to get food for myself.

Holy crap, is there like an unspoken thieves code or something?!

it’s a thing. I won’t even lie. I watched someone slip a nursing exam book in their bag at the store I worked at. She made eye contact with me and the blood drained from her face. I simply gave her a sympathetic nod and walked away.
I live in a small town and I knew she was a waitress at a hotel my sister works at, and people at that hotel don’t tip well during off season. Nursing exam books are 50+ bucks. Being a med student myself, I didn’t even breathe a word, and when inventory came up later and the book was missing, I suggested it was likely a mislabel, and the manager wrote it off.
Sometimes, thievery is a necessity. Don’t send people to jail over petty shit. 

Don’t snitch. That is all.

As a person who knows what extreme starvation feels like - even as recently as 2 weeks ago - I honestly can’t hate a person who takes food to feed their families, if they can’t afford food and rent that month. I honestly can’t hate that teenager and his little brother taking the food from the store near us and looking straight at me, and seeing the hunger in their eyes. The desperation. I honestly can’t hate the kids who ended up handing out soft drinks and sandwiches they made with supplies taken from the cooking classroom that were going to be thrown out so everyone had enough to eat. I just cannot.

Don’t snitch if it isn’t hurting anyone.

I wish people would steal more from big clothing stores instead of the second hand store (of which part of the profit goes to charity, the rest is used to pay the employees) I work at.

i-hate-the-beach:

twofingerswhiskey:

real-hiphophead:

kaijuleng:

tattoosfade:

oppressionisntrad:

anarchist-memes:

We are forced to live in a system that steals from us daily, Kill snitch culture.

Important things to keep in mind!

- never take from ‘mom and pop’ type store. Its likely you’ll actually harm them, whereas taking from a walmart wont effect much.

- never take items that a worker is assigned to monitor (usually super expensive items), theyll be in trouble for it. and its usually a minimum wage worker and usually they lose hours or pay, or they even get fired.

- similar to the above, never take things that are usually locked up for the above reason

- if its a store you know gives their near-expiration products to workers/charity, try to avoid taking the near expiration products.

- if youre taking clothing, avoid leaving hangers. it sounds weird, but itll make it seem like it was more likely an error in the computer than a theft, since the empty hanger sitting there will seem suspicious. 

- also for clothing, try not to take more than one item at once, as it will look suspicious if theres 10 medium shirts missing, and it won’t be written off as just a stocking error. and it will lead to workers being penalized

- basically just always consider ‘will this harm a worker’ and if the answer is yes then dont do it

like i was homeless for a while when i was younger and i tried to follow those guidelines to avoid doing harm to people who were probably not much better off than me while trying to get food for myself.

Holy crap, is there like an unspoken thieves code or something?!

it’s a thing. I won’t even lie. I watched someone slip a nursing exam book in their bag at the store I worked at. She made eye contact with me and the blood drained from her face. I simply gave her a sympathetic nod and walked away.

I live in a small town and I knew she was a waitress at a hotel my sister works at, and people at that hotel don’t tip well during off season. Nursing exam books are 50+ bucks. Being a med student myself, I didn’t even breathe a word, and when inventory came up later and the book was missing, I suggested it was likely a mislabel, and the manager wrote it off.

Sometimes, thievery is a necessity. Don’t send people to jail over petty shit. 

Don’t snitch. That is all.

As a person who knows what extreme starvation feels like - even as recently as 2 weeks ago - I honestly can’t hate a person who takes food to feed their families, if they can’t afford food and rent that month. I honestly can’t hate that teenager and his little brother taking the food from the store near us and looking straight at me, and seeing the hunger in their eyes. The desperation. I honestly can’t hate the kids who ended up handing out soft drinks and sandwiches they made with supplies taken from the cooking classroom that were going to be thrown out so everyone had enough to eat. I just cannot.

Don’t snitch if it isn’t hurting anyone.

I wish people would steal more from big clothing stores instead of the second hand store (of which part of the profit goes to charity, the rest is used to pay the employees) I work at.

(Source: anarchismwillwin, via ikleef)

harnow:

Självporträtt: Fjortonde juli tjugohundrafjorton. 
hooded Scarf made by Novemberkind

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Here is how the internship scam works. It’s not about a “skills” gap. It’s about a morality gap.

1) Make higher education worthless by redefining “skill” as a specific corporate contribution. Tell young people they have no skills.

2) With “skill” irrelevant, require experience. Make internship sole path to experience. Make internships unpaid, locking out all but rich.

3) End on the job training for entry level jobs. Educated told skills are irrelevant. Uneducated told they have no way to obtain skills.

4) As wealthy progress on professional career path, middle and lower class youth take service jobs to pay off massive educational debt.

5) Make these part-time jobs not “count” on resume. Hire on prestige, not skill or education. Punish those who need to work to survive.

6) Punish young people who never found any kind of work the hardest. Make them untouchables — unhireable.

7) Tell wealthy people they are “privileged” to be working 40 hrs/week for free. Don’t tell them what kind of “privileged” it is.

8) Make status quo commentary written by unpaid interns or people hiring unpaid interns. They will tell you it’s your fault.

9) Young people, it is not your fault. Speak out. Fight back. Bankrupt the prestige economy.

The moral bankruptcy of the internship economy | Sarah Kendzior (via brutereason)

solarbird added: see also the intrinsic fraud of the prestigious internship. (via solarbird)

this comes from the top rope.

(via bainard)

I pretty much hit reblog on this after point 1 alone.

(via tomewing)

(via wunder-bar)

So. Much. Want.

So. Much. Want.

wolftea:

A small giveaway as a thank you for the support you followers, friends and customers have provided<3 
Reblogging and liking count as one entry, you can enter as much or as little as you would like, there are no limitations.
This giveaway is open for all countries and for…

Oooh, wants.

motherhensdetective:

I don’t think Maggie Smith is acting in this scene.

<3

(Source: queencersei, via clarabolina)

sahd2011 said: As in ‘off some third party who currently owns it’ ?

No, one that’s available. :)

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