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pvvvq • 4 years ago

*proportional or otherwise

pvvvq • 4 years ago

with mandatory minimum sentences

pvvvq • 4 years ago

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pvvvq • 4 years ago

"BuzzFeed employs a creative-services department of 40 to produce content for advertisers and consult on how to write stories in the BuzzFeed vein. Sponsored content is the site's only source of revenue. The team, led by Melissa Rosenthal, consists of designers, writers and animators, according to Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed's president-chief operating officer. 'They pretty much do all of the legwork on programs we create,' he said. The team doesn't sell directly to clients, but they advise on requests for proposals. They're paid a salary and don't earn commissions on ad sales or bonuses based on traffic or page views."

pvvvq • 4 years ago

one of them is just a joke

pvvvq • 4 years ago

lol omg im fucking dyinig hahaha

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pvvvq • 4 years ago

Now that's what I call shareable content!

pvvvq • 4 years ago

People aren’t always awful. Sometimes, they’re maybe even just a little bit wonderful. Here are 21 pictures to remind you of that fact.

pvvvq • 4 years ago

u should listen 2 something while u read if u aren't already, personally i'd recommend the max cooper remix of either 'for' or 'peter' - here links http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm7S8CJFsxc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQP-AJMO2i8

pvvvq • 4 years ago

meta name="copyright" content="Copyright 2014 BuzzFeed, Inc. All rights reserved." / meta name="description" content="BuzzFeed has the hottest, most social content on the web. We feature breaking buzz and the kinds of things you'd want to pass along to your friends." /

pvvvq • 4 years ago

Found 7 Cool Tweet Look

pvvvq • 4 years ago

ugh sorry jpegs

pvvvq • 4 years ago

a post i have written for website butts feed. does anyone know how to use spell check on a mac. i dont have a mac i was just wondering. someone told me there was a button that just does it and th

pvvvq • 4 years ago

Of course, by claiming that these are "presented without comment", I *am* commenting on them: I'm saying that whatever I think is noteworthy about the subject matter I'm presenting should be so obvious that I don't need to spell it out for you. Now that I think of it, I guess "presented without comment" is an ironic statement, since it does the opposite of what it says it's doing by drawing attention to to a specific part of the context of the subject matter, my reaction to it (and therefore how I expect you to react to it), rather than the subject matter "itself". Similarly, saying "no comment" isn't just *literally* a comment, but it usually says that whatever was just asked about should not or cannot be commented on, which is another attempt to shape the context by suggesting an appropriate reaction. That's why we find refusals to answer certain questions telling; some silences speak volumes.

pvvvq • 4 years ago

What Does Radical Saul Alinsky Marxist bell hooks REALLY Think???

pvvvq • 4 years ago

SELFIES ARE DEEP // ART IS SHIT

pvvvq • 4 years ago

Who's bad? You're bad! ;')

pvvvq • 4 years ago