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jarexz:

loveatitsfinest:

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clambistro:

Ahh, it’s back

i have disproportionately strong feelings about this.

every time i say “nah i’m not gonna watch it again.” BUT I STILL DO EVERY TIME.

YEAUGH

the comments are painfully accurate. 

the freeze-frame makes it even more incredible

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being unable to summon up enough strength to undo the velcro of your wrist supports

Ah, no, sorry. I’m not local, but also have strong feelings, and maybe didn’t communicate ‘em well. I more meant “he drove them to this point, why the hell does it matter if he likes it, he caused it. If he liked it, it wouldn’t be necessary.”

ah no sorry i didn’t mean to come off as though i was attacking you, it was more a kinda tangent i guess. or a slightly more thought out post than my raging earlier. yea no i get what you mean and i totally agree

sorry haha

someone on youtubes mixed In Circles() and _n C_rcl_s()

excuse me while i loop this forever while having sad feels about sybil

greatgreedyguts replied to your post: “i don’t agree with this strike” rages david cameron from london, safe…”:
Of COURSE he doesn’t agree with this strike. The whole POINT of strikes is that people who don’t agree are (hopefully) made to compromise.

this is true. but the thing is that if this government hadn’t carried on where new labour left of on the “shit on and shred the public sector” project then shit like this wouldn’t be happening

pay in the public sector has always traditionally been lower than the private sector - that is something that public sector workers have always expected and, to an extent, accepted as long as the wage is ‘fair’, primarily because of things such as better redundancy plans/protection, good pension schemes, etc, that were available in the past. over successive nulab and coalition governments however those benefits have been whittled down to a shadow of their former selves, to the extent that the so-called benefits of the public sector are, in some areas, actively /worse/ than private sector workers in equivalent industries/roles recieve, and still paid at a fraction of the wage

the pay offer given to local government workers which has been rejected and the strike is over is a whopping 1% rise - the same increase we/they were given last year but before that there was a freeze in pay increase for local government workers for several years. in real terms this means that local government workers - the rubbish collectors, the swimming instructors, the day centre staff - have had a pay cut each year for the last several years. it is beyond insulting, considering the work that is done

it should be noted as well that these jobs are done primarily by women - there are men in local government, yes, but the majority of local government employees are women (unison have a page on this here. full disclosure: i am not currently a member of unison but was back when i was in full time employment), and they are also largely the same people who have been targeted by the freezes and cuts to the welfare state (including child tax benefit, housing benefit, etc).

but at the end of the day it’s not 10 downing street which gets the stick for any of this from the public and/or media, but the people on the front lines - the nurses, the teachers, the rubbish collectors, the librarians, the people who are already overworked and, for what they do, horrendously underpaid

sorry i feel very passionately about this haha

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burn westminster to the ground and party on its ashes

fuckyeahappo:

"i don’t agree with this strike" rages david cameron from london, safe in the knowledge he will never have to worry about mortgage or rent payments, that his children will have the very best schooling and healthcare, that he will never want for good food and clean water

i don’t fucking agree with the coalition’s policy of grinding the working classes into dust, but that doesn’t seem to mean piss all to you, you posh tory fuck

"it’s wrong," he thunders, apparently more passionate about this than the people driven to starvation and suicide by disastrous coalition budgets and his government’s constant wars on the welfare state

"i don’t agree with this strike" rages david cameron from london, safe in the knowledge he will never have to worry about mortgage or rent payments, that his children will have the very best schooling and healthcare, that he will never want for good food and clean water

i don’t fucking agree with the coalition’s policy of grinding the working classes into dust, but that doesn’t seem to mean piss all to you, you posh tory fuck

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