Nincs hozza fotos es datum, de szerintem ez a kep kamu, nem?
forrás: http://photopolygon.com/russian-reporter/details/13453 (25/11/2009) a feltöltő szerint egy 10*15-ös fotó lett beszkennelve, amit egy gyerekkori barátjától kapott, a képen egy szovjet határőr látható 1975-ben egy anyamedvével, aki odaszokott az őrhelyéhez és rendszeresen megdézsmálta a sűrített tejes készletet
A képet posztoló ezeket írja:
This picture gave me a friend. Author and her childhood friend. But his position is lost. Hungry Bear and border guards fed condensed milk. Bear paw squeezing the milk out of the can, drink, and then fed the bears.
This image only I had more than 13 years. This is a small picture size 10x15. I just scanned it and slightly retouched. Friend who gave me this picture for the collection said she sent this picture of her friend from the army, and that they simply went there to visit the bears … What has bought, for sale … But it is not mounting … Something he was hungry then.
Unfortunately, I do not know the author’s name. The familiar 11 years ago has died. But according to my assumptions it was in 1975
Spent the day looking for the author. Author Batsuev Alex. He worked in a photo-studio Pevekskoy in 1970-80 years. In 1993, he died. His son has not yet responded to my letter. These photos are sold in the local CCD. Now it is clear why in a few places there was this picture, including me. In the photo bear Masha. Photo taken by Schmidt or Ryrkayti. And Masha lived on Cape Weber. Feeding condensed milk and kissing cubs hunter Ryrkaytiyskogo with / for “Pioneer” Mogulyak Nicholas, born in 1948. He, thank God alive. Another fishing habitually hands. According to his son, he had three Masha in different years. The history of photography is almost finished. If the answer is the son of the photographer, I’ll let you know on this site.
Snapshot is really real, and also made about this time. The fact that I lived in Chukotka and in our family album is a snapshot. My father knew the man in the photo, in my name it was Machulyak can of course I am wrong. We lived in the village is 180 Ryrkaypy meridian on against Wrangel Island. And these events were not a novelty. Personally threw cans with condensed milk. The kids loved it! Mikshka men, tore up less frequently but the cases were not one-off. Going to a lot of people to take a look, after the animal began to get nervous, and throw on the onlookers poyavlelsya man with a gun (or a huntsman policeman) shot at the top and the bear ran away!
Salvador Dali, Summer.
Gentlemen, take note.
Jean Cocteau - Light painting, 1950
Model reading in tree. Spring/summer Harper’s Bazaar fashion image, July 1953. Photograph by Richard Avedon.
Avedon did not conform to the standard technique of taking studio fashion photographs, where models stood emotionless and seemingly indifferent to the camera. Instead, Avedon showed models full of emotion, smiling, laughing, and, many times, in action in outdoor settings which was revolutionary at the time.
Frederick Douglass, The Meaning of July Fourth to the Negro, July 5, 1852.
Again, this was part a speech given to a group of the elite of the nation by a freed Black man.
In pre-Civil War America.
And said out loud. To people.
I have a pet theory that our general facility with the English language has been in gradual decline since 1900.
1962: Slaughterhouse chandelier
Cattle walking the last mile to this slaughterhouse are treated to this dazzling, but incongruous display of light before the end in Gross-Umstadt near Darmstadt, West Germany, on November 29, 1962. The chandelier came from a nearby factory that did not have room to assemble it there, so they decided to assemble it in this slaughterhouse.
Guaranteed basic income to every citizen, whether or not they are employed to ensure their survival and that they live in a dignified, humane way, preventing poverty, illness, homelessness, reducing crime, encouraging higher education and learning vocations as well as helping society become more prosperous as a whole.
Wow. Forget raising the minimum wage. This is much much better idea.
The minimum wage could actually drop if we had basic income.
But Americans would never go for it. Miserably slogging through 12 hour days and having businesses open 24/7 is too engrained in our culture.
"BUT WHERE WILL THE GOVERNMENT GET THE MONEY?" screamed Joe Schmoe, slamming a meaty fist onto the table and getting mouth-froth all over the front of his greying tank top. "You libt*rds all think money grows on TREES!! HAHA!"
"But where will people get the incentive to work?!" Mindy Bindy cried, flapping her hands in front of her face. She’d had a fear of the unemployed lollygagging about ever since she was a child and her mother told her to be afraid of the unemployed lollygagging about. "You think people should get paid for nothing? I work hard for my money!”
"But who will serve me?" grumbled Marty McMoneybags. "Who will make me feel important? Who will do my laundry and cook my food and stand in front of me wearing a plastic smile while I take out all my stress—because I do have a lot of stress, you know, being this rich is stressful—on them?” He paused and straightened out the piles of hundred dollar bills on the desk in front of him, then raised his two watery, outraged eyes up to the Heavens. “Lord, if there are no poor people, how will I know that I’m rich??”
I laughed. This is perfect! Well said!
The thing is, while I’m sure you could scrape up a few people who’d be willing to just float by on a guaranteed minimum income? For most people the choice to work would be a no-brainer. “Hmmm. I can get by on 33k a year, or I can take that part time job and make 48k… enough to move to a better apartment, maybe take the family on vacation. Sold.” Hell, most people would want to work simply because it gives one a sense of dignity and something to do with one’s time. (Speaking as someone who’s been unemployed, on extended sick leave, etc. in her time, the boredom and sense of isolation that comes with not having a job is almost as bad as the humiliation of having to depend on other people for one’s survival.)
And with this system, part-time jobs and “non-skilled” jobs would be much more readily available because nobody would need to work two or three jobs just to stay afloat!
Which would ALSO mean that employers and customers couldn’t shamelessly exploit employees the way they can today, because if losing a job weren’t necessarily a financial disaster, more people would be willing to walk out on jobs where they weren’t being treated with dignity.
And if this also applies to students (and it should) then student loans would become much less of a problem, and fewer people would flunk out of school because of having to juggle studies and work.
Far fewer people would be forced to stay with abusive partners, parents or roommates because they couldn’t afford to move out.
And the thing is, all those people who suddenly had money? They’d be spending it. They’d be getting all the stuff they can’t afford now - new clothes, books, toys, locally-produced food, car repairs - and with each purchase money would flow BACK to the government, because VAT, also income tax.
The unemployed and/or disabled wouldn’t need special support any more - which would also mean the government could fire however many admins who are currently engaged in humiliating - *cough* making sure those people aren’t getting money they don’t deserve. Same for medical benefits and pensions. And I’m no legal scholar, but I somehow imagine less financial desperation would lead to less petty crime, and hence less need for police and security everywhere?
TL;DR Doomie thinks this is a good idea, laughs at those who protest.
Amen. Extreme inequality and the creation of underclasses is bound to lead to all manner of inefficiencies in order to maintain the status quo. This plan, if it is acted upon, may well become model for advanced economies globally.