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q&a   submit   "everybody's youth is a dream, a form of chemical madness."

point of current “intellectual” fascination: neoliberalism, insurance as a risk mitigation strategy and climate change. crude political theater and strategic omissions aside (re: why eastern europe felt compelled to use fossil fuel-spurred growth in the first place), that thatcher used scientific authority to make her “conservative” argument to confront anthropogenic climate change—in the 80s, and in contrast to her EPA-loathing reagan counterpart—is quite interesting. granted, this was mainly an attempt to use objectivity as a means to bust unions and promote her own neoliberal agenda, but if the consequence was a cleaner environment and therefore a more valuable public good, where do we come down morally?

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A coworker made this for me today. It’s one of my favorite things.

A coworker made this for me today. It’s one of my favorite things.

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