wait no it IS the google UI from 2004 http://imgur.com/a/HV3l4
so apparently I only have 3 years of experience with something that I started using in 2011 because lol cybercoders
also you can't delete all your resumes and upload a new one, gets confused if two resume files have the same name, and if you upload the same file it just renames the existing one without telling you
oh and it's only after I type in my question in stack overflow halfway that I see my question was already asked but entirely differently
I no longer understand what the intended use of OpenType font features are
muting nintendo livetooters, sorry
I don't care about E3 (read https://dpaste.de/jEgK to find out why) and I'm not going to bother caring about Nintendo until I get a Switch, so I'm not going to be spoilered
@noiob so a tl;dr of my "interesting pov" could be "after the blame for the 2009 recession fell squarely on economic institutions, businesses everywhere realized that unless they did something, from then on **they** would be the ones responsible for the welfare of the poor, so they **fought. back. hard.** because how dare they"
@andlabs well, it's what capitalism will eventually lead to. I don't give a fuck about "capitalist ideals". What even are capitalist ideals other than "fuck poor people" and "aquire more wealth"?
Thanks for explaining though! That's an interesting pov
@noiob and in fact if we look back in history there's only two views on welfare that have existed:
- the poor are poor of their own volition
- the government is responsible for the welfare of the poor
and until Kayans the former was the one that won out in America, even *before* the industrial revolution that introduced "capitalism" to the world!
@noiob the thing I'm trying to say is those ideals weren't always the ideals — in fact capitalism as an economic system didn't even *address* the welfare of the poor, as it was a system for governing the relationship between businesses!
"acquire more wealth" is the first perversion that started it all, in my opinion; we wouldn't be on this slippery slope if it wasn't for the idea of laissez-faire
My premise: the actual Kali Yuga of capitalism was the period between Reagan and the 2008 recession, when the prior 40 years of the US attempting to reign in greedy companies through anti-trust actions and concern over trying to equate capitalism with freedom eroded away, when most of the companies we know and "love" today started to grow to the unfathomable sizes they are now, when banks started to become "too big to fail", when the last trust-busts proved unsuccessful. (1/2)
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