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    I need to stop being so forgetful, chronically late all the time, and so zoned out.
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    I require stimulation.
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    the man saved up points and bought himself a brand new playstation 4 just so he could play some star wars game... he's quite proud of himself... he spent only $27. sadly, it turns out that the dog apparently hates darth vader with a passion and felt the need to keep trying to climb onto the coffee table to get up to the tv so that he could bite him
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    Simultaneously amused and distressed by the amount of rule 34 that populates my tumblr feed just from tracking the tags of the tv shows and books I like.

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    Behind every cynic is a disappointed idealist. How true.

    That cold and aloof person that you saw on the street today might actually be a warm and open person once before, but they became cold and aloof as a way to protect themselves against this harsh world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    the man saved up points and bought himself a brand new playstation 4 just so he could play some star wars game... he's quite proud of himself... he spent only $27. sadly, it turns out that the dog apparently hates darth vader with a passion and felt the need to keep trying to climb onto the coffee table to get up to the tv so that he could bite him
    this sounds hilarious, i wish you had taken a video
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    I finished watching Bob And David on Netflix. I think I will legally change my name to Duke Pylon.
    I hate to make excuses for my assholery, but I'm on the spectrum, so if I insult you, it most likely wasn't intentional.

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    The wind today was stronger than during (alleged) hurricane Abigail.
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    A working paper published last year by four economists found that immigration benefited local populations in 19 of the 20 industrialized countries they studied. Another study found that an influx of refugees into Denmark in the 1990s led native workers to switch to more skilled jobs and away from jobs that were mostly manual labor. As a result, some local workers earned higher wages.

    Immigrants can be particularly important for countries like Germany that have low birthrates and aging populations. Germany already relies on workers from other European Union nations to fill many jobs. But as the populations of all European nations grow older, Germany will have to look beyond the Continent for workers. That’s partly why it has been more willing to accept refugees from Syria than have nations like France and Britain, which have higher birthrates. German unemployment is also low, at 4.6 percent, which means Germany should be able to get immigrants into jobs sooner.

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    Some officials in Europe, particularly in Britain, have raised another objection to immigration: “benefits tourism,” the idea that immigrants will move simply to take advantage of generous government benefits. But there is little evidence to support this claim. In Britain, for example, immigrants from the rest of Europe pay more in taxes than they receive in government benefits, according to an analysis by two economists. Another study found that reducing immigration to Britain by 50 percent, along the lines of what Prime Minister David Cameron has advocated, would actually reduce the country’s gross domestic product and force the government to raise tax rates to keep its budget balanced.
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