Many thanks to Twitterer @FutureExBanker for sending in this receipt as evidence that “my jerk boss tips exactly 1%” because he “loathes the 99%.” (And here’s hoping that doing so doesn’t make him or her a current ex-banker.)
The jerk boss also thinks that Breanna, a server at True Food Kitchen in Newport Beach, California, maybe ought to “get a real job.”
Well, she might have to if assholes keep on leaving her $1.33 on $135 tickets. Condolences to Breanna the server.
“Banker’s 1% Tip is a Hoax; Real Receipt Obtained”
Via: First Time User
‘Skip’, Philadelphia, 1962
George Krause (born 1937, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American artist photographer, now retired from the University of Houston where he established the photography department.
During the 1950s, Krause studied painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography at the Philadelphia College of Art (PCA). While serving in the US Army between 1957 and 1959, George Krause turned his full attention to photography, spending all his free time documenting the culture of the black neighborhoods in the racially segregated communities of South Carolina.
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The Sultan’s Elephant was a show created by the Royal de Luxe theatre company, involving a huge moving mechanical elephant, a giant marionette of a girl and other associated public art installations. In French it was called La visite du sultan des Indes sur son éléphant à voyager dans le temps (literally, “Visit From The Sultan Of The Indies On His Time-Travelling Elephant”).
The show was commissioned to commemorate the centenary of Jules Verne’s death, by the two French cities of Nantes and Amiens, funded by a special grant from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.
The show was performed at various locations around the world between 2005 and 2006.
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Santorum continued his Knowledge Is Evil Tour this week with a visit to husband Glenn Beck’s radio program, where he went the farthest he’s gone yet — no guarantees that by summer’s end he won’t be recommending locking children in a dungeon with a Bible, some water and breadsticks i.e. the body of Christ for 18 years — in condemning higher education as an expensive and frightening thing that sucks Christianity right out of us, even those of us who are not Christian but had the potential to be until big heavy textbooks whalloped us over the head.
Santorum, in this hour-long verbal makeout session, basically compared college to a factory, and cited some probably invented statistic that “62 percent of kids who go into college with a faith commitment leave without it,” which really is great news, if true.
Note: As the National Journal politely put it, Santorum “declined to cite a source for the figure.”
Anyway anyway, the worst thing about this is calling colleges “indoctrination mills.” INDOCTRINATION OF WHAT, PRAY TELL? A worldview? Ideas? Creativity? Awareness? Respect? Ambition?
Keg stands? Sports? Dance parties? “I understand why Barack Obama wants to send every kid to college, because of their indoctrination mills, absolutely … The indoctrination that is going on at the university level is a harm to our country.”
Madison, WI – 02/25/2008
Detriot, MI – 02/24/2008
“I like the fact that most of the cars I see are Detroit-made automobiles. I drive a Mustang and a Chevy pickup truck. ANN drives a COUPLE of CADILLACS actually (see photo). I used to have a Dodge pickup truck, so I used to have all three covered.”
-Willard Romney, but who else.
Correction: Those are photos of Romney’s 2008 and 2012 presidental campaigns, actually.
- American photoghaphers
- Breaking News
- Chris Smith
- deficit reduction
- First Lady Marcus
- Fox news
- GOP morons
- nuclear disaster
- Occupy Wall Street
- Paul Ryan
- Pin-up art
- President Bush
- President Obama
- President Reagan
- Rand Paul
- Reince Prebus
- Rick Scott
- Rick Tyler
- Ron Paul
- Scott Walker
- U.S. Cities
- We Are the 99 Percent
- WPA – posters