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Kinda Makes You Want To See Spiderman With The AvengersSteven Rogers (Earth-1610) from Ultimate Avengers vs. New Ultimates Vol 1 4. #spiderman     #captainamerica     #theavengershttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8lnB/528528bd

Kinda Makes You Want To See Spiderman With The Avengers
Steven Rogers (Earth-1610) from Ultimate Avengers vs. New Ultimates Vol 1 4.
#spiderman   #captainamerica   #theavengers

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8lnB/528528bd

"But that smile is the important part. If she glares, then she just means you really are an idiot."▼ Reshared Post From Maryanne Smith ▼#FridayFeels  "You fucker!"http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8h28/528528bd

"But that smile is the important part. If she glares, then she just means you really are an idiot."

▼ Reshared Post From Maryanne Smith ▼

#FridayFeels  

"You fucker!"

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8h28/528528bd

"Policymakers realized that, on average, it costs about $16,670 a year to jail a person and $11,000 a year to set him or her up with an apartment and social work. Since a program called Housing First was launched in 2006, homelessness in Utah has decreased 78 percent, despite a recession-fueled plunge in median income. The state estimates that all Utahans will be housed by next year."But on the other side"The mania to attract outside investment is part of the larger submission of the public sector to private money. A New York Times investigation published in December 2012 found that over the past three decades, states, counties and cities have upped the amount of subsidies and tax breaks for companies every year, topping a collective $80 billion now, even as states cut public services and raised non-business taxes by $156 billion last year."So they give tax breaks to companies totaling 80 billion, but raise taxes on non-businesses by 156 billion? Seems legit.http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8h1m/528528bd
"Policymakers realized that, on average, it costs about $16,670 a year to jail a person and $11,000 a year to set him or her up with an apartment and social work. Since a program called Housing First was launched in 2006, homelessness in Utah has decreased 78 percent, despite a recession-fueled plunge in median income. The state estimates that all Utahans will be housed by next year."
But on the other side
"The mania to attract outside investment is part of the larger submission of the public sector to private money. A New York Times investigation published in December 2012 found that over the past three decades, states, counties and cities have upped the amount of subsidies and tax breaks for companies every year, topping a collective $80 billion now, even as states cut public services and raised non-business taxes by $156 billion last year."

So they give tax breaks to companies totaling 80 billion, but raise taxes on non-businesses by 156 billion? Seems legit.

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8h1m/528528bd