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There is nothing in human nature or human history to support the idea that we are morally advancing as a species or that we will overcome the flaws of human nature. We progress technologically and scientifically, but not morally. We use the newest instruments of technological and scientific progress to create more efficient forms of killing, repression, and economic exploitation and to accelerate environmental degradation as well as to nurture and sustain life. There is a good and a bad side to human progress. We are not moving toward a glorious utopia. We are not moving anywhere.

Chris Hedges



 

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It's snowing. Sheesh.

Clever Billboard Advertisements. "How do you stand out in the crowd? Here are a few examples."

The only valid measurement of code quality: WTFs/minute. Not just code, methinks. [via grow-a-brain]

Simpsons Brand-o-Rama. Inspired by Heidi Harley's yearly roundup of linguistic gems from The Simpsons, Nancy Friedman surveys the amazingly clever array of brand names that make an appearance on the show.

Judge: Learn English or Go to Jail. Maybe not what it seems at first glance. "A judge known for creative sentencing has ordered three Spanish-speaking men to learn English or go to jail. The men, who faced prison for criminal conspiracy to commit robbery, can remain on parole if they learn to read and write English, earn their GEDs and get full-time jobs."

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