Watch A Nice Man Calmly And Gently Tell You To Go F*ck Yourself For Very Understandable Reasons

There’s a reason Comcast repeatedly has been voted one the worst companies in America. (Take that, Monsanto!) So, even though this clearly isn’t from Comcast, it’s way more truthful than anything they would ever release.

Also, there’s some very NSFW language, and I want you to be prepared for that.

Did you know Comcast is trying to become even bigger and more powerful by merging with Time Warner Cable? If the idea of a super-mega Comcast gives you the heebie-jeebies, then you should head here and make a comment by Aug. 26, 2014!

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You'd Be Shocked To Learn Why You're Better Off With Credit Cards Than With An Education

The amount of student debt has been rising for years, but has the amount of our concern been rising with it? I think it’s time it should.

PS – I’m just kiddin’ about you being better off with a credit card than an education!

Americans Now Have More Student Debt Than Credit Card Debt

And Here’s Why:

Share this now to raise awareness about this growing problem.

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When Women Are Able To Decide *When* To Have Kids, Look How The World Can Change

Thinking about how to help bring the world’s poorest people out of poverty can feel overwhelming. So overwhelming that for a lot of people, it’s more appealing to move on to less challenging problems with easier solutions. But here’s a basic solution we might want to consider, and it gets bonus points for being empowering, too.

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What He Has To Say About Your Favorite Products And Brands Should Do More Than Worry You

You’ve heard all about human rights and labor rights and child labor. But now it’s 2013, so we’ve dealt with all that, right? Nope.

  • At 3:50, he offers to show you a Chinese sweatshop down the street from Madison Square Garden.
  • At 6:35, he says the problem is bigger than any one country can solve.
  • By 10:30, he gets down to the one institution he believes can make a difference — if they use their power for good.

I don’t know that he has the best answer, but I do know that more ears need to hear about the problem.

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A Unique And Trendy Business Model That's Changing The Way People Shop

No business is perfect, but I really admire the ones that are constantly trying to be better. It can’t be easy to avoid the “anything to profit!” mindset in favor of “How can I leave the world a better, more sustainable place?”

Here’s how one CEO is shooting for the latter.

I promise I don’t live in a hole! I know there have been criticisms of TOMS Shoes and companies like it. But it looks like TOMS, at least, has been listening to them. Check out the CEO’s response to critics and his plan to have one-third of all shoes produced in the countries to which the company donates by the end of 2015. Jobs! Let’s hope it happens.

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The Mind-Boggling Stupidity Of The Sequester Explained In Plain English

This is the political equivalent of shooting yourself in the foot, then hitting the Sunday morning talk shows to complain about the bullet hole in your foot. 

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What This President Said About U.S. Security Needs To Be Tattooed On Every Congressperson's Hand

Delano Roosevelt laid out a Second Bill of Rights, or an Economic Bill
of Rights, in 1944. Little did he know that 70 years later we’d
still be fighting for what he knew this nation needed.

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When Trying To Make A Living Turned Into A Nightmare, This Woman Changed It Back Into A Dream

Meet LaTonya. She turned what for many would have been the end of the line into something positive and inspiring. 

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This School Totally Understands The Difference Between Learning And Education

For a semester, these students got to learn from a curriculum of their own design. Surprisingly, it wasn’t all recess and lunch breaks. One kid even took flying lessons—for science!

Obviously this sort of self-directed learning won’t work at all schools or for all students, but it’s incredibly refreshing to see a school giving its students the opportunity to do something other than pass standardized tests. Check out what the principal of the school has to say at 5:48, hear from a student one reason why she thinks this program is successful at 9:51, see what happens when a student’s project doesn’t go as planned at 10:31, and then share this if you’d like to see more programs like this in schools. I know I would.

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Think Racism Isn’t An Issue Anymore? Oh, Have I Got An Infographic For You.

In 1963, the marchers on Washington demanded jobs and freedom. Fifty years later, do they have them?

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