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Take your time, this one is subtle.
#vaccine #joke #grammar #humour #humor
 
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"We demand to live in safety". Part 2: Israel - "It was so amazing in Morocco!"

"We demand to live in safety". Part 1: Europe - "Now fuck off!"

A funny and impressive conversation between Russian Jew and Moroccan Arab :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZS6AI6U-q4 (Hebrew + English)


#Europe #Asia #Africa #America #USA #politics #Israel #Israeli #Jew #Jewish #Hebrew #arab #Middle East #refugee #migration #migrants #freedom #human rights #social #activism #activist #correctness #blacklivesmatter #joke #humor #video #photo
 
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"We demand to live in safety". Part 2: Israe - "It was so amazing in Morocco!"

"We demand to live in safety". Part 1: Europe - "Now fuck off!"

A funny and impressive conversation between Russian Jew and Moroccan Arab :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZS6AI6U-q4 (Hebrew + English)


#Europe #Asia #Africa #America #USA #politics #Israel #Israeli #Jew #Jewish #Hebrew #arab #Middle East #refugee #migration #migrants #freedom #human rights #social #activism #activist #correctness #blacklivesmatter #joke #humor #video #photo
 
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Urgent! Hot news: The brutal murder of the greatest Afro-Russian Poet!

The latest night of protests in New York City, Minneapolis, Denver, Phoenix and Columbus sparked by the death of the Great Afro-Russian Poet Alexander Pushkin at the hands of white rasist Georges d'Anthès was markedly calmer. Protesters destroy police property, tear a pages from his books and burn - to be blunt, all of them cannot read or write.

Festival and fireworks were dedicated to Pushkin's birthday, the 6th of June.

#PushkinMatter!


#USA #America #Trump #civil #rights #protest #activism #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #photo #Russia #afro- #poet #poetry #literature #book #joke #humor

P.S. "blacklivesmatter"… White lives NO?

 

All That Jazz


I was doing the math about canceled gigs and how much money I lost and it turns out in my favour I actually saved €300!
Good times! #joke

Btw: did i already mention that you can buy music of my band Ride The Slide via the Hubzilla cart here: https://hub.somaton.com/channel/mario or via Bandcamp https://ridetheslide.bandcamp.com in case you don't use Hubzilla yet?
#joke
 

#Brexit: The #EU is reducing its space by 1 #GB. 🤔😅


#joke #lol #just4fun #humor
 
Männer und Greta auf D*:
Ursprünglich geteilt von @J☮hn VⒶngelis **




80$ cardboard box… or How to sell bullshit for young Greta T. and her friends



Savannah design studio reimagines cardboard box as chair

Jennifer Hahn

28 November 2019

After more than a year of prototyping, Savannah studio Donttakethisthewrongway has unveiled its design for a chair that consists of a single cardboard box.

In order to make it stand the test of time, it has been carefully “over-engineered” to be resistant to both wear and water.

“I think a cardboard box has the potential of being a chair without trying to,” explained Eric Primo, one part of the three-man collective which also includes Nick Wargo and Crawford George.




“An accidental chair – maybe not better but a different kind of a chair,” he said. “It is strong yet light, and it is essentially always ‘packed’ so moving or shipping it is quite easy.”

Turning the cardboard box into a seating design that would meet the trio’s strict demands for quality and durability was a labour intensive process.

“We made several chair prototypes, all with varying structural components. They were used as chairs for over a year,” Primo told Dezeen.

“During that time, they were opened periodically to inspect their internal and external wear. We paid close attention to how each wore over time and tweaked the design based on what we learned.”

The final design takes the form of a simple cube in classic cardboard brown, adorned only with a few flourishes like the words “this closed box acts as a chair” emblazoned on the side, alongside signposting to help users discern the bottom from the top.

On the outside, the box reveals little of the days-long production process that goes into every piece.

“Each chair is handmade in our studio and begins as a double corrugated-cardboard-box die cut, that is then folded into shape,” said Primo.

“Custom scoring tools help form sharp corners and edges before each flap of the box is flattened using a foot roller to allow it to sit flat and square on the ground,” he continued. “The chair’s bottom flaps are then glued with PVA glue and pressed together.”

An internal cardboard grid structure is added for stability and to help the box keep its shape throughout use. Then, the other flaps are glued shut before a cushion is glued to the top, which is especially engineered to be both comfortable and resistant to denting.

“The cushion consists of three sheets of corrugated cardboard which are laser cut, flattened with a foot roller and glued separately with wood glue,” he explained.

“At each stage of the gluing process, boxes are clamped for 12 hours and after that they are sanded and the feet screen printed along with the other graphics.”

The trio tried out various water repellent coatings throughout the prototyping phase and finally settled on a silicon dioxide spray, which is added as the last step.

Also attached to the bottom is a shipping label, a nod to the role that cardboard boxes play in all of our lives.

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Photo: Adele Trefry

#greta #thunberg #climategate #news #photo #climate #activist #activism #ecology #protest #news #cardboard #joke #humor
 
Männer und Greta auf D*:
Ursprünglich geteilt von @J☮hn VⒶngelis **




80$ cardboard box… or How to sell bullshit for young Greta T. and her friends



Savannah design studio reimagines cardboard box as chair

Jennifer Hahn

28 November 2019

After more than a year of prototyping, Savannah studio Donttakethisthewrongway has unveiled its design for a chair that consists of a single cardboard box.

In order to make it stand the test of time, it has been carefully “over-engineered” to be resistant to both wear and water.

“I think a cardboard box has the potential of being a chair without trying to,” explained Eric Primo, one part of the three-man collective which also includes Nick Wargo and Crawford George.




“An accidental chair – maybe not better but a different kind of a chair,” he said. “It is strong yet light, and it is essentially always ‘packed’ so moving or shipping it is quite easy.”

Turning the cardboard box into a seating design that would meet the trio’s strict demands for quality and durability was a labour intensive process.

“We made several chair prototypes, all with varying structural components. They were used as chairs for over a year,” Primo told Dezeen.

“During that time, they were opened periodically to inspect their internal and external wear. We paid close attention to how each wore over time and tweaked the design based on what we learned.”

The final design takes the form of a simple cube in classic cardboard brown, adorned only with a few flourishes like the words “this closed box acts as a chair” emblazoned on the side, alongside signposting to help users discern the bottom from the top.

On the outside, the box reveals little of the days-long production process that goes into every piece.

“Each chair is handmade in our studio and begins as a double corrugated-cardboard-box die cut, that is then folded into shape,” said Primo.

“Custom scoring tools help form sharp corners and edges before each flap of the box is flattened using a foot roller to allow it to sit flat and square on the ground,” he continued. “The chair’s bottom flaps are then glued with PVA glue and pressed together.”

An internal cardboard grid structure is added for stability and to help the box keep its shape throughout use. Then, the other flaps are glued shut before a cushion is glued to the top, which is especially engineered to be both comfortable and resistant to denting.

“The cushion consists of three sheets of corrugated cardboard which are laser cut, flattened with a foot roller and glued separately with wood glue,” he explained.

“At each stage of the gluing process, boxes are clamped for 12 hours and after that they are sanded and the feet screen printed along with the other graphics.”

The trio tried out various water repellent coatings throughout the prototyping phase and finally settled on a silicon dioxide spray, which is added as the last step.

Also attached to the bottom is a shipping label, a nod to the role that cardboard boxes play in all of our lives.

MORE BLAH-BLAH…

Photo: Adele Trefry

#greta #thunberg #climategate #news #photo #climate #activist #activism #ecology #protest #news #cardboard #joke #humor
 
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Bon Appétit ... or The delicate smell of her cunt (75$ only!)


By Amanda Prestigiacomo
January 10th, 2020
Gywneth Paltrow Is Selling A Candle That Smells Like Her Vagina

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow is selling a candle that smells like her vagina at $75 a pop for her lifestyle and wellness company Goop. The name of the candle is none other than, you guessed it, “This Smells Like My Vagina.”

Paltrow first came across a scent that she said reminded her of the smell of her own vagina, she claims. The scent was then finalized for the “This Smells Like My Vagina” candle, which reportedly sold out within hours of its test run.

“This candle started as a joke between perfumer Douglas Little and GP — the two were working on a fragrance, and she blurted out, ‘Uhhh … this smells like a vagina,'” Goop outlined.

The smell then “evolved into a funny, gorgeous, sexy, and beautifully unexpected scent,” according to the company.

“That turned out to be perfect as a candle — we did a test run … and it sold out within hours,” Goop bragged. “It’s a blend of geranium, citrusy bergamot, and cedar absolutes juxtaposed with Damask rose and ambrette seed that puts us in mind of fantasy, seduction, and a sophisticated warmth.”

Goop, clearly, is not a traditional brand. In 2018, for example, the wellness company settled a six-figure lawsuit surrounding their “vagina eggs,” which were promoted to help regulate females’ hormones and negate menstrual cramps.

“It turns out, contrary to Goop’s advice, shoving a large egg made out of a porous mineral into the recesses of your lady-regions may not be the best treatment for conditions like endometriosis,” The Daily Wire reported. “Apparently, Goop knew — or, according to a complaint filed by the California consumer protection office, Goop should have known before they marketed this product, as well as a ‘flower essence’ they claimed treated depression, to consumers on their website.”

“The health and money of Santa Clara County residents should never be put at risk by misleading advertising,” the attorney for the California consumer protection office said in a statement. “We will vigilantly protect consumers against companies that promise health benefits without the support of good science … or any science.”

Paltrow again made headlines for her “progressive” ways last month, this time for gifting herself a vibrator for Christmas.

The Daily Wire reported on the ad:

After Gwyneth shakes herself up a couple of Martinis, the narrator says “someone’s double-fisting” as she struts through the kitchen with her libations.

“The holidays are work, so don’t be afraid to ask for help with lighting, and food, and style, and hair, and hair, and hair,” the narrator cheekily continues. “Find your favorite look, or eleven of them. Look fabulous in each one, and get super high… In your heels, of course.”

The ad then takes a salacious turn by reminding people to treat themselves to a little self-service, but only after doing “something for others.”

“Do something for others but don’t forget about No. 1,” the narrator says as Paltrow pulls a vibrator from a Christmas stocking and keeps it for herself. “Yes, that is a vibrator.”

The ad finishes with the narrator wishing everyone a “happy holidays from G. Label.”
https://www.dailywire.com/news/gywneth-paltro-is-selling-a-candle-that-smells-like-her-vagina

#feminism #activism #vagina #candle #lifestyle #wellness #perfume #news #photo #women #woman #joke #humor
 
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80$ cardboard box... or How to sell bullshit for young Greta T. and her friends

Savannah design studio reimagines cardboard box as chair

Jennifer Hahn
28 November 2019

After more than a year of prototyping, Savannah studio Donttakethisthewrongway has unveiled its design for a chair that consists of a single cardboard box.

In order to make it stand the test of time, it has been carefully "over-engineered" to be resistant to both wear and water.

"I think a cardboard box has the potential of being a chair without trying to," explained Eric Primo, one part of the three-man collective which also includes Nick Wargo and Crawford George.

"An accidental chair – maybe not better but a different kind of a chair," he said. "It is strong yet light, and it is essentially always 'packed' so moving or shipping it is quite easy."

Turning the cardboard box into a seating design that would meet the trio's strict demands for quality and durability was a labour intensive process.

"We made several chair prototypes, all with varying structural components. They were used as chairs for over a year," Primo told Dezeen.

"During that time, they were opened periodically to inspect their internal and external wear. We paid close attention to how each wore over time and tweaked the design based on what we learned."

The final design takes the form of a simple cube in classic cardboard brown, adorned only with a few flourishes like the words "this closed box acts as a chair" emblazoned on the side, alongside signposting to help users discern the bottom from the top.

On the outside, the box reveals little of the days-long production process that goes into every piece.

"Each chair is handmade in our studio and begins as a double corrugated-cardboard-box die cut, that is then folded into shape," said Primo.

"Custom scoring tools help form sharp corners and edges before each flap of the box is flattened using a foot roller to allow it to sit flat and square on the ground," he continued. "The chair's bottom flaps are then glued with PVA glue and pressed together."

An internal cardboard grid structure is added for stability and to help the box keep its shape throughout use. Then, the other flaps are glued shut before a cushion is glued to the top, which is especially engineered to be both comfortable and resistant to denting.

"The cushion consists of three sheets of corrugated cardboard which are laser cut, flattened with a foot roller and glued separately with wood glue," he explained.

"At each stage of the gluing process, boxes are clamped for 12 hours and after that they are sanded and the feet screen printed along with the other graphics."

The trio tried out various water repellent coatings throughout the prototyping phase and finally settled on a silicon dioxide spray, which is added as the last step.

Also attached to the bottom is a shipping label, a nod to the role that cardboard boxes play in all of our lives.
MORE BLAH-BLAH...

Photo: Adele Trefry

#greta #thunberg #climategate #news #photo #climate #activist #activism #ecology #protest #news #cardboard #joke #humor
 
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#Technology doesn't change everything into better!


#lol #cat 🙀 #joke
 
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I know a great secret: the new president of The Free Software Foundation will be...

... [according a proposal of Red Hat it will be] one-legged lesbian-autist from Guinea-Bissau! :) Really!

Red Hat: Open letter to the Free Software Foundation Board of Directors

September 18, 2019
Red Hat

To the Board of Directors of the Free Software Foundation (FSF):

The free software movement draws strength from an environment that is collaborative, inclusive and respectful. Diverse groups of people from all walks of life and nationalities come together and use their strengths and life experiences to contribute, share ideas, challenge the status quo, and improve technology for all. Everyone, including those who have been underrepresented and marginalized in technology, should be able to freely participate to produce useful software including in open source communities.

Red Hat urges the FSF board to seize the opportunity during its current leadership succession by appointing a president and members of its board that are more diverse, including from a national, racial and gender perspective.

https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/open-letter-free-software-foundation-board-directors
Please, read it twice:

Red Hat urges the FSF board to seize the opportunity during its current leadership succession by appointing a president and members of its board that are more diverse, including from a national, racial and gender perspective.

What? ... Before this moment I trusted in fact that FSF requires PROFESSIONALS and SPECIALISTS ... not freaks and miserable meeeetooo 'activists'!


#fsf #rms #stallman #freedom #redhat #news #joke #gender #
 
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