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From the page: "Dance Music Songs to Feel Good 窶" Marcome Remixed"
From the page: "Sierra Club"
From the page: "George Church"
From the page: "Julie Kunen "
From the page: "Philips Lumiblade"
And now I weep. Because there is nothing I can say. Because there is nothing I can do to make the events of this day different. Because there is nothing I can do to make anything okay.
The Justice Department said GlaxoSmithKline unlawfully promoted Paxil for treating depression in patients under 18 without FDA approval for pediatric use. The U.S. also alleged the company published and distributed a misleading medical journal article misrepresenting the drug's efficacy in treating depression in adolescents, also sponsoring dinners, spa programs and other activities to promote that use.
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Three mates on the trip of a lifetime have created one minute of incredible travel footage out of a six-week world tour. MOVE Remixed is a new take on the original MOVE film, cramming 200 stunning shots into 60 seconds
The games that broke our hearts and wallets in 2011
Getting back at him cost a red card, but sweet revenge; priceless!
The video games of 2011 that put smiles on our faces and points on our gamerscores.
Corporations are so big that the idea of capitalism no longer holds true.
They are too big to fail: look at banks.
They are allowed virtual monopolies: see Visa, Mastercard (which they can then exploit politically: see Wikileaks).
They can cause destruction to the ecosphere and pay only a tiny fracion of the damage caused (see BP Gulf disaster).
They can drive wars and security laws that directly enrich politicians and leave the idea of a democratic process dying on the roadside (see Dick Cheney's Haliburton).
They prevent competition: Look at how dependent most companies are on Microsoft.
They write law for politicians to enact: see recent copyright extensions for the old useless Media Monopolies.
They can win or lose elections by their news presence see Murdoch's News Corps dominant influence in the UK and USA.
They are allowed to suffocate competition through legal monopolies provided by patents bought specifically for that purpose.
If you see corporations as simply entities that provide growth then you are very naive. I wonder what your attitude will be when Chinese Corporations are writing laws for American politicians to pass.
Can we just stop privatising everything?
Always the same, less accountability, lower standards for the workers and bags full of cash for the directors and when it all goes belly up even more public cash needed to pick up the pieces.
Shame on you StumbleUpon!
This same routine happens several times a day....