The easiest way to destroy capitalism: shop at Walmart.
Reserved for Homeless
Greenwich Village, NYC
More photos of Street Art and Graffiti.
A dad tries to pick up his kids from school, gets arrested because he’s not in a car.
holy fucking shit. The NSA’s policies are an economic nightmare. Exchange depends on trust, and when you’re installing malware on PCs in Brazil and elsewhere through false links to sites like LinkedIn, you’re damaging your relationship with Brazil, and simultaneously, the credibility of LinkedIn. America is an over-litigious society; an eventual fallout against the NSA by a coalition of nations and tech companies would be monumental.
The NSA declined to comment and referred to the US Government. A government spokesperson states that any disclosure of classified material is harmful to our national security.
Obviously the disclosure of this classified information is harmful to America’s national security— When people learn about what the NSA is up to, they get pissed and (potentially) take action! Malware sucks, and even if the “sleeper cells” they trojan’d into computers are harmless, the very act is an act of passive aggression. It’s a false profit because the gains ignore the eventual, long-term costs of such paranoid operations.
Scattered throughout the U.S. are places with populations you can count on one hand. Somewere evacuated after devastating environmental disasters, others simply saw residents move away as businesses closed and economic opportunities faded. But each has a story worth telling, and each one is home to some unique residents — or at least one.
12 U.S. places where your visit could double the population