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plantdust:

i need clear skin by yesterday

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The Most Important Advice You’ll Ever Receive →

hothotphone:

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  • Seize the day, but take a long time to think about the ramifications of your actions.
  • Work as hard as you possibly can. Listen to your body, but ultimately ignore what it has to say. Push yourself past your physical limits.
  • Put your friends first, but be your own #1.
  • Surround yourself…
— 2 days ago with 28 notes
fuckyouverymuch:

We want a house by the water.

fuckyouverymuch:

We want a house by the water.

— 2 days ago with 217 notes

thegestianpoet:

“dutch baroque” i think u mean “a group of people looking at you as if you just personally insulted their mom”

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Thanks to the Postal Workers' Union, the US Post Office May Begin Offering Basic Banking Services to Poor Americans →

marxvx:

If the Postal Service offered basic banking services - nothing fancy, just basic bill paying, check cashing and small dollar loans - then it could provide affordable financial services for underserved families, and, at the same time, shore up its own financial footing.

"Payday loans are advertised as loans that must be repaid with the borrower’s next paycheck," the OIG paper says. "However, most borrowers cannot afford to pay the loan back in full, so they renew their loan repeatedly and are in debt for an average of 5 months of the year, all while paying fees that typically equate to a 391 percent annual interest rate."

"Rather than giving borrowers the credit they need to climb out of a hole," the report notes, "these types of loans often dig borrowers deeper into debt." By contrast, postal banking would cost customers much less, increase their financial stability, and help them save. 

"With affordable financial offerings from the Postal Service, the underserved could collectively save billions of dollars in exorbitant fees and interest," the OIG says. "This could make a big difference to struggling families - on average, people who filed for bankruptcy in 2012 were just $26 per month short of meeting their expenses."

With more than 35,000 post offices, stations and branches located in every city and town in America, the Postal Service has the infrastructure to provide the desperately-needed services. 59% of Post Offices are located in “bank deserts” - ZIP codes where there are zero or only one bank(s).
— 2 days ago with 52 notes
fleurdulys:

Ninfea - Cesare Laurenti
1898

fleurdulys:

Ninfea - Cesare Laurenti

1898

— 2 days ago with 381 notes