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The great American tax haven: why the super-rich love South Dakota | World news | The Guardian
South Dakota got rid of the rule against perpetuities (for trusts). They also have not state taxes. So now the super rich around the world are flocking to set up permanent South Dakota trusts.
taxes  banking  TheGuardian  via:TheGuardian  finance  law 
3 days ago by mcherm
Japanese women demand right to wear glasses at work | World news | The Guardian
Requirements to wear high heels, prohibitions on wearing glasses -- some employers in Japan have dress standards for women that sound like they're from a previous century. Maybe the 19th.
sexism  via:TheGuardian  TheGuardian 
9 days ago by mcherm
Carl Jung, part 4: Do archetypes exist? | Mark Vernon | Opinion | The Guardian, Jun 2011
"Jung's theory of structuring principles remains controversial – but provides a language to talk about shared experience "

"Archetypes can be thought of simply as structuring principles. For example, falling in love is archetypal for human beings. Everyone does it, at least once, and although the pattern is common, each time it feels new and inimitable."

"A related feature of archetypes is that, while they shape our perceptions and behaviour, we only become conscious of them indirectly, as they are manifest in particular instances. ...: you can't experience archetypes directly but only when they are incarnated. "
CarlJung  Jung  archetypes  psychology  psychotherapy  TheGuardian 
20 days ago by pierredv
Aniket Kadam on Twitter: "I'm going to wait 3 more days to have my router delivered and order it from Flipkart instead of Amazon. That speed is paid for in blood. https://t.co/5uLtMaesrt" / Twitter
“I’m going to wait 3 more days to have my router delivered and order it from Flipkart instead of Amazon.

“That speed is paid for in blood.”

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“‘After the incident, everyone was forced to go back to work. No time to decompress. Basically watch a man pass away and then get told to go back to work, everyone, and act like it’s fine,’ said another Amazon worker on the shift.”
amazon  AniketSMK  twitter  2019  tweets  theguardian 
28 days ago by handcoding
'Go back to work': outcry over deaths on Amazon's warehouse floor | Technology | The Guardian
“An Amazon worker on the same shift told the Guardian: ‘Bill was on the floor for quite some time and nobody knew that time until cameras were reviewed, but in 20 minutes a worker in a nearby department saw him lying on the floor and then began radio callouts for 911. It really is unbelievable how Bill was laying there for 20 minutes and nobody nearby saw until an Amnesty worker with a radio came by.’

“The worker, who requested to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation, noted the Amnesty worker started CPR after finding Foister. Amnesty workers are Amazon floor monitors who ensure the warehouse floors are clear and reset robot units when necessary.”

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“‘After the incident, everyone was forced to go back to work. No time to decompress. Basically watch a man pass away and then get told to go back to work, everyone, and act like it’s fine,’ said another Amazon worker on the shift.”
amazon  2019  workers  theguardian  boycotts 
28 days ago by handcoding
How oral contraceptives may affect women’s minds | The Guardian
A few comments on how the birth control pill affects women's brains.
medicine  sex  TheGuardian  via:reddit  brain 
29 days ago by mcherm
The climate crisis in 2050: what happens if cities act but nations don't? | Cities | The Guardian
For the category of brief dystopian-but-realistic speculative fiction, written up as straightforward reporting, about people surviving in a global heating world.
climate  climatechange  speculativefiction  future  theguardian 
4 weeks ago by npdoty

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