11% of all black men in Pennsylvania, born 1986 to 1989, were incarcerated in solitary confinement by age 32. Reflecting large racial disparities, the population prevalence is only 3.4% for Latinos and 1.4% for white men

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  1. Wtf is “authority”? Sorry but i think the poster is trash tbh

  2. Yeah my bf says the A is too far to the left. I really did just whip it up in like 20 minutes, the idea just came to me while I was high the other morning. I'm not mad that you don't like it.

  3. I think bitcoins is pretty inefficient to mine with GPUs nowadays and Ethereum is moving away from being mined at all. Idk if crypto is to blame anymore (probably does contribute a bit) or just scalpers/shortages.

  4. Suprised not to see anyone mention it but if you take your semi-knobbies to the track I imagine they'll get worn out pretty quick.

  5. Great i can now smoke crack without any interruptions

  6. Surprised to not see flutter on here considering you already know dart? Seems like a no-brainer.

  7. I'd like to share a revelation that I've had during my time here. It came to me when I tried to classify your species, and I realised that humans are not actually mammals. Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with the surrounding environment; but you humans do not. Instead you multiply, and multiply, until every resource is consumed. The only way for you to survive is to spread to another area. There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern... a virus. Human beings are a disease, a cancer on this planet, you are a plague.

  8. The problem isn't people, per se, but methods of organizing ourselves, I.e. western civilization. There were generation after generation for a hundred thousand years which lived in a way which respected their fellow man and the earth which sustains us. As the Wendat Native American Kandiaronk was said to have said (probably with a bit of embellishment):

  9. That's not entirely true. The ancients were wiping out species and habitats wherever we went. Much of the mega fauna were driven to extinction because they were easier to hunt.

  10. That's a good point but I doubt I'd go so far as to say that the peoples who stewarded the Great Plains, the great sequoia forests of california, or planted the Amazon rain forest are a shit people. We can be better.

  11. Well, to be fair, individuals who ruthlessly pursue their own self interest have been pretty much a constant in human groups over a certain size.

  12. This is actually a myth. Humans have organized on vast scales without non-consensual heirarchy or domination.

  13. But haven't these organisations not consistently been undermined by egomaniacal manipulators?

  14. Within western "civilization"? Yes. That's only a very brief period of history. There are a hundred thousand years before that of human progress through cooperation and mutual appeasement.

  15. Agreed. A charlatan. Just like Oprah, and Dr. Phil. All cut from the same cloth, narcissists.

  16. I always call them "not-a-doctor phil" or oz in conversation. It's brief enough you can slip it in mid-sentence and really hammer home how much of a charlatan they are in conversation.

  17. Problem is that Oz *is* not only a Dr. but a Medical Dr. (not a PhD). So calling him not-a-doctor is a bit disingenuous on your part. Mind you, I'm not defending him. I detest stuff he's done as much as you do. Also "Not a Dr" is what most science-based medicine people brand NDs (Naturopathic Drs).

  18. Ah, my mistake. I actually think I've only talked about dr phil that way, thanks for correcting me

  19. That used to be the case, but now we live in an age of billionaire worship and personality cults. The populace has turned on itself and we will rip each other apart while the elites sit safely behind their publicly subsidized private security reaping the wartime profits.

  20. Its also an age of social isolatioon and the commoditization and politicization of the means of information transfer. This makes organizing resistance more difficult.

  21. Get spare parts -- brake levers, shifter, etc. I added an LED flow-style turn signal strip to the back of my cargo rack. It's subtle and not that visible until you need it, and much brighter than the stock bulbs, but idk if you can get it in 6v

  22. We don't have a money problem, we have a priority problem.

  23. The money problem allows the priority problem to exist

  24. More like the only creatures who charge to live on earth. Plenty of creatures pay rent in blood to the imperial machine.

  25. I tried programming drunk once. I was super productive, churned out code like crazy, it felt so good. Then the next morning I looked at what I had written, and felt deeply ashamed. My code didn't compile. Of course it didn't, it made absolutely no sense. It wasn't just so bad that it could not possibly work; I couldn't even figure out what it was supposed to work. It was just utter incomprehensible gibberish, and all I could do was wonder what on Earth I had been thinking.

  26. I've actually done some pretty productive drunk coding. Plan ahead what I'm gonna do, bang out a bunch of the tedious shit while sippin and jamming and rippin the bong. Come back the next morning and clean up the "why the fuck did I use that type to represent that", couple find-and-replace on badly named variables, and viola.

  27. As far as I can tell, this is unsecured debt. I think it's just a worrying sign that the developed world is slipping into what was once considered to be 3rd world territory.

  28. I think you're conflating "unsecured/secured" with "securitized" which is a finance term which means what you're describing, which is essentially the ability for a lender to "sell" debts that they're owed. Frustratingly the two are not related.

  29. Yeah I think that's the word I was looking for. Wonder how collateralized got swapped in for it? Ah well, brains do weird shit.

  30. And who decides which laws are put into that system? Well, the system itself, I suppose. So what were the origins of that system?

  31. A vulture seems more appropriate than an eagle, that's forsure. Wasps arent quite parasitic enough.

  32. Eagles actually are super lazy compared to other birds of prey and prefer to scavenge meat like vultures.

  33. Anything aware of their own existence in any compactor is sentient. What you mean is highly intelligent or near-sapient.

  34. What do you mean by sapient? That's probably how I meant it.

  35. Sapient is what’s generally seen as human-level intelligence

  36. I'm not talking about intelligence, I'm talking about self-reflectiveness and self-awareness.

  37. the gas tank on the CBR1000RR? its cracked and dented but not leaking

  38. 𝓘 𝓭𝓸𝓷'𝓽 𝓰𝓲𝓿𝓮 𝓪 𝓯𝓵𝔂𝓲𝓷𝓰 𝓯𝓾𝓬𝓴

  39. What the hell how did you make it a different font

  40. This has to be a body-on-frame there's no way the stock suspension and axles can go that far. Also is that a driveshaft in the rear??

  41. When police work for corporations instead of the people this is what happens. The police should arrest the people that are throwing these women off their land.

  42. The police abdicate the responsibility of both corporations and the state. We are all responsible for protecting each other, and when we abdicate that responsibility to a person who is required to suspend their moral judgement to meet the whims of corporations or the state, it unnecessarily escalates interpersonal conflict.

  43. Is this the family that defended themselves and several got shot ? Crazy story

  44. No he sued Texaco/Chevron and the company criminally prosecuted him (not the state) and put him in prison

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