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quick! someone invent a time machine

It was the moment I had been waiting for for what feels like my whole entire life now. I’ve patiently waited for this exact moment to arrive since I was 16 years old. 2,089 more words


Art Versus Money

At the end of last month, BMOrg breathlessly announced all kinds of exciting news. They said:

(shhhh, just between you and us …) we’re working on… 4,768 more words


The enemy within

2014: The year of the FIFA world cup. Like every other avid football (and Shakira) fan I was tuned in to watch the opening ceremony with much anticipation. 580 more words

Civic Responsibility

What the government CAN do for the wealth gap

Most can agree that income inequality has drastically increased over the last 30 years. There may be a difference in opinions as to how the problem should be solved, but for the problem to… 681 more words

Income Inequality

Words To Soothe The Savage Beast

Yesterday morning I got an email from BMOrg CEO Maid Marian. She asked:

Do you monitor our blog so that you see whatever is put up immediately as it is put up?  3,756 more words


Oh, the People You'll Screw

Burner Jordan da Cat has written a very clever poem, inspired by Dr Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” and the forth-coming Simpsons episode. The creativity of Burners is impressive and encouraging; meanwhile, BMOrg’s continued silence in the face of mounting… 1,100 more words


Vote Tomorrow!

Please go out and vote tomorrow! Voting is one of the most important civic duties and responsibilities of American citizens! Yes, I know it often feels like it doesn’t make a difference, but if everyone in the 99% voted, it wouldn’t matter what the 1% wanted. Go vote!