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Despite many tightening the purse strings because of the global economic crisis, butler recruitment agencies in London have reported growing demand for British staff across the world, from the oligarchs of Russia to the sheikhs of the Middle East. Recruitment agency Bespoke Bureau alone has supplied 345 butlers this year, double the 2011 amount.
Sara Westin Rahamani, director of Bespoke Bureau, said: “We have a huge demand of butlers and in our our market there’s no such thing as a recession. It’s happening to other people but not our market so we’re very fortunate in that respect. The rich people, our clients, are not getting poorer, they are getting richer.”
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Getting this completely wrong - might be one of the major root cause of folly of modern humans. How we are taught. How it is our habit. When competitiveness kicks in, or when we charge that into our discourse, enonciation? Even when humor is the genre. Or when politics or political science, social science, or when it is about religion. We charge it too fast or prepared or charged with competitiveness even before we open our mouth - that, I think, distract and deviate us from amount of facts we have to take in first, multiplicity or plurality? of frames or perspectives or contexts - … somehow we can’t charge or utilize our brain’s competitive inclination to deal with something larger and complex - but mostly use it to cut down, limit, reduce, thus distort given or base, or reality. And also we lose and fail to achieve necessary collectivity for modern? problem solving. Wonder anyone or any culture said this in much more concise way.
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Put your fist up to the screen to go faster, turn your fist to go fastest.
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we cannot tell you often enough
we are here at the border
you leave the cave but you cannot take the body with you
the body responds
the body’s response is pitiful
a dog catches rabbits
laid flat on its side
stretched out by the fire and drooling
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‘in somewhere, everything is something (wasted potential.)’
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chris jordan photographs dead seabirds found on the midway atoll, more than 2000 miles from the nearest continent, with stomachs full of plastic.
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no fuckin’ way
i took a minute to figure out what i think about this
found some good pictures on google images
by Jonathon Earl Bowser
Commentary by the artist:
“And so we see here a cleansing of the Piscean world, with a few artifacts of that Age still visible beneath the Aquarian overgrowth. Swimming in 2’s are 40 fishes - one for each night and day it rains. 12 new apostles gather in the Sacred Grove wherein they seek communion with Divinity. The aurora of a Transcendent Beacon then shines through from the center of existence, and illuminates the pastoral tranquility of their ocean temple. And from that blinding light comes a shimmering Apparition of iridescent Perfection: the Kingdom of God is come.”
what i think about this is “great” and “why the hell not” and “why can’t i find more things like this” and “wait a minute where the fuck is the hair” and “oo clit ring clit halo”
how i feel about this is that i wish my vulva had tiny grabbing hands. what i think about that is that it would make removing tampons nice and efficient
also if you look at a picture of mary holding the christ child and think about this, that’s fun. vessel horror flex.
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