Det r lgvatten nr bilden tas och det gr bara att g in ett par timmar innan och efter hgvatten. Vi fr en bra plats i den ganska trnga hamnen. Hamnkaptenen styr upp det hela.. This is a question with a very long answer, that it much too late for me to write in full tonight, but to try to present some of it succinctly; I never said Stalin was good (by most accounts he was an awful person to try to actually have to be around, and as you mentioned the matter of his policies is much worse than that), I said that I believe him to have been a genuine Marxian Socialist doing what he (in his extreme inconsolable paranoia) thought was a good idea for the future of Socialism. I do this because I detest attempts at trying to place his, and the broad swath of the Socialist projects of the 20th Century outside of the genealogy of Marxian general “Leftist” theory practice. I suppose much of the reason for that is my own distrust of others on the left though, not in the sense that I see them as falling into similar traps, but in that I may have watched too many Adam Curtis docs read too many Michael Parenti books, and I am far more fearful of the implications of a Left that abdicates the call to power.
The iWatch has gotten the lion share of the media attention so far, but it mobile payments that might ultimately be Apple most important announcement next Thursday. The future has brought us fancy touch screen phones and video chat, but we still paying for things in roughly the same way we did 25 years ago: by putting it on the plastic. Tech lovers have been waiting years for a digital wallet or other service that could dislodge the old system.
Not long ago, supermarket house brand foods were easily detected by their lame packaging, if not the groans they elicited from kids forced to eat the cheap knock off goods. Times have changed. Something of a generic food renaissance is taking place, and the hope is that the combination of newly cost conscious consumers and vastly improved quality of foods will bring store brands even broader appeal..
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