I also advertise on FB (its actual value is questionable but there’s not a lot of choices for exposure. Adwords maybe but that’s more random) but I didn’t know they still allowed racial targeting due to a scandal involving housing and targeting whites-only (which is illegal in the USA). Maybe the tweaked it and still allow it… and i know it’s part of demographic targeting… but I still don’t like it. I have Hispanic Affinity btw apparently. I’m ok with that, although I’m not hispanic.

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The work-to-live model is dying and has been for a long time. The answer will be uncomfortable for whoever controls the driverless cars and trucks and the companies outsourcing, but they’ll have to have responsibility somehow. It won’t happen in this administration but it will have to someday.

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Not really. Bro’s a hunter and I’ve helped gut and skin a few deer. Got good at sausage making. But honestly, I’ll take store bought sausage out of pork any day. But… some truth: we used to raise hogs and that *did* make better sausage, so it’s 50/50. But venison’s nothing special. You have to add a LOT of your own fat and I’m tired of cutting my own stomach open for it.

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Sad thing is, not only am I not surprised at the widening of the two tier gap and the disappearance of the middle class worldwide, I’m fatalist about it. “Work hard to get rich / don’t be lazy” is old mantras that only worked during times where a middle class was a thing. Do what you can but yes, the world economic system is failing and most people, including those working their butts off to “get ahead” are moving towards times of austerity. Start stocking on on canned food I suppose. It’s not a nuclear bomb that will wreck the planet, just boring everyday greed of a few and the fools who think by cheering them on they’ll get a few crumbs from the miser’s beard to eat. “The billionaire boom is not a sign of a thriving economy but a symptom of a failing economic system,” said Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International.

Sad thing is, not
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