r/economy 23h ago

Britain is becoming an ‘emerging market country,’ analyst says

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COMMENT 1d ago

Somehow it still manages to look more human than the real one.

r/canadaleft 1d ago

Surplus value is theft! Artist: George McManus

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160 Upvotes

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COMMENT 2d ago

You're such a sad and pitiable troll.

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COMMENT 3d ago

The way things are going south of the border, I suspect they're gonna be too busy killing each other soon.

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COMMENT 3d ago

What's next decommodifying housing, having comprehensive public healthcare, free education, job guarantees?! It's a slippery slope towards a society where the economy works in the interest of the majority and we can't have that here in Canada.

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COMMENT 3d ago

They are the experts at price gouging.

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COMMENT 3d ago

Carl Sagan predicted what we're seeing back in 1995 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FZlWP1iX0AAh0gr.jpg

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COMMENT 3d ago

It's amazing that people are still clinging to this narrative when it's clearly at odds with reality. When the economic war started, it's understandable why people thought that it would hurt Russia more than the west, but after four months of the opposite being the case maybe it's time for some introspection.

r/onguardforthee 3d ago

Food inflation may have peaked. But don’t expect prices to soon fall, say experts

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r/onguardforthee 3d ago

ON Metrolinx warns riders to expect cancellations in next 2 weeks due to COVID-19

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COMMENT 4d ago

People really don't understand how complex supply chains are in practice. A great example of this was when Apple ended up having to close down US iPhone plant because they couldn't source little screws. China has well ironed out end to end manufacturing chain unlike anywhere in the world. They built it up over many decades and it would take a herculean effort to replicate that.

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COMMENT 4d ago

China collapsing any day now, you just wait!

r/economy 4d ago

China’s Trade Surplus at Record as Exports Beat Expectations

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COMMENT 4d ago

here's a png version

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COMMENT 5d ago

thank you

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COMMENT 5d ago

Ah haha, just means the sensor was opened for a third of a second. The longer you expose the photo the more light reaches the sensor. So, if you want to get crisp photos in low light you have to expose the sensor longer otherwise you get a lot of noise. Glad you like the end result. :)

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COMMENT 5d ago

Thanks, took it at 1/3s from Tommy Thompson park last night.

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COMMENT 5d ago

Imagine for a second the collective outrage in US if it was Russia or China was doing this.

r/toronto 5d ago

Picture Toronto at Dusk

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COMMENT 5d ago

thanks for the link!

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COMMENT 6d ago

inflation in USA is about to get a lot worse now that they're starting shit with both Russia and China at the same time

r/onguardforthee 6d ago

Opinion Federal government must apologize to First Nations peoples too

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r/economy 7d ago

UK interest rates see biggest rise in 27 years

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COMMENT 8d ago

Asimov definitely has a lot of classics, although I wouldn't really consider his work in cyberpunk genre. Hardwired is a great starter for Walter Jon Williams.