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Today is a big day for the TPP. The deal was signed. I don't see any posts about it on r-news or r-politics. submitted by flyawayhigh to MeanwhileOnReddit

BRAlNlAC 0 points 38 points (+38|-0) ago

I remember those days. When I was proud to be a part of Reddit.

On @System Subs submitted by PuttItOut to announcements

BRAlNlAC 3 points 28 points (+31|-3) ago

These my friends are good old days.

Bill Maher: Ill F*cking Kill Anthony Weiner if Hillary Clinton Loses submitted by TheonGreyjoy to politics

BRAlNlAC 0 points 24 points (+24|-0) ago

Yeah, honestly this election cycle has been very depressing for me as I've watched virtually every talking head in the news media jump on the Clinton bandwagon and lose all my respect. It's just a bummer to realize that it's all so fake.

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Wikileaks tweet: "There is no US election. There is power consolidation. Rigged primary, rigged media and rigged 'pied piper' candidate drive consolidaiton." submitted by NeedleStack to politics

BRAlNlAC 4 points -3 points (+1|-4) ago

OOoooo the voat goats don't like to hear the truth. Do you by any chance read Miles Mathis?

Researcher improves crop performance with new biotechnology submitted by Mixplate to science

BRAlNlAC 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Here's the problem, all this research, testing, clinical trials, industrial engineering, construction and production is exorbitantly expensive. And then these industrialists get locked into contracts with clients that they can't say no to or renegotiate with(such as governments), so then when they have an accident they can't afford to deal with it. Moreover, chemical production is inherently dangerous, with a high risk for externalities. It's easy for an outside observer to say fuck Monsanto, fuck Du Pont, fuck them all, their factories are destroying our planet, but they fail to realize how far reaching the effects of industrial chemistry are on our modern lifestyles.

Researcher improves crop performance with new biotechnology submitted by Mixplate to science

BRAlNlAC 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

No, making sure we continue to have industrial chemistry is exceedingly important. If these companies go bankrupt we may lose them or chemicals may become much more expensive, and as a result many products and services that people depend on may cease to exist or become unreachably expensive.