You can have Keurigs, but no hot plates. The mini fridge is overpriced. You can get a better mini fridge and microwave at Target during the first couple weeks of class for about 20 bucks more, and you get to keep them. You should really actually read Marx if you’re going to make such a silly statement. Productivity was never disregarded, value according to Marx is a social substance produced by abstract human labor not concrete labor. Therefore if a shoe factory is partially automated for example the value of the shoe decreases and the person making shoes in a small artisan shop by hand is doing less abstract labor even though the concrete labor hasn’t changed.
A huge factor here is consistency. The 2 brands I mostly shop are consistent with their fits and quality, so I know what I getting. In contrast, Uniqlo is a brand that has good quality, but the fits are widely inconsistent. Sorry I went kinda off topic but I think I’m just using the number as a sort of ‘ultimate goal’ to really hammer in my transition, instead of basing my self worth on it!!!!!!!DustyDigital 2 points submitted 19 days agoThe drive in does a cool retro movie double feature on Tuesday. That could be fun. As mentioned before, Vivo and Standard Gastropub are the standout restaurants in town.
John Kinney, a professor of theology at Virginia Union, offered this stinging indictment:”When white supremacy adopts diversity, it seeks to either cleanse you, contain you, co opt you or convert you.”If one is not careful, that is exactly what will be achieved in today’s climate of multiracial churches.Opinion by Joel S. Baden and Candida Moss, Special to CNN(CNN) The destructive force of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the militant Sunni movement, is epitomized in a video released Thursday of ISIS members smashing a tomb in Mosul, Iraq.The tomb is traditionally thoughtto be the burial place of the prophet Jonah, a holy site for Christians and many Muslims.Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, is built on and adjacent to the ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh, the setting for the biblical book of Jonah and once the most powerful capital of the ancient world.Indeed, for most people familiar with the Bible, Nineveh is inseparable from the figure of Jonah.In Christian tradition, the story of Jonah is an important one. Jonah’s descent into the depths in the belly of the great fish and subsequent triumphant prophetic mission to Nineveh is seen as a reference to and prototype of the death and resurrection of Jesus.The destruction of his tomb in Mosul is therefore a direct assault on Christian faith, and on one of the few physical traces of that faith remaining in Iraq..