Si je dois déclarer la guerre c’est à la guerre, au nationalisme, à la division et au travail sans joie.

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The gaping flame-filled crater has been this way since 1971, when Soviet geologists tapped into a cavern of natural gas and decided to burn it off so it wouldn’t poison anyone. They thought it would take a few days. Four decades later, locals refer to this pit as the Door to Hell.

The gaping flame-filled crater has been this way since 1971, when Soviet geologists tapped into a cavern of natural gas and decided to burn it off so it wouldn’t poison anyone. They thought it would take a few days. Four decades later, locals refer to this pit as the Door to Hell.

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This is the most comprehensive map of race in America ever created.
http://www.wired.com/design/2013/08/how-segregated-is-your-city-this-eye-opening-map-shows-you/#slideid-210221

method: http://www.coopercenter.org/demographics/Racial-Dot-Map
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http://juststreetlamps.tumblr.com/

productive misunderstandings

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la mesta

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mesta

The Mesta (Spanish Honrado Concejo de la Mesta, which means “Honorable Council of the Mesta”) was a powerful association of sheep ranchers in the medieval Kingdom of Castile.

The sheep were transhumant, migrating from the pastures of Extremadura and Andalusia to Castile and back according to the season.

The no-mans-land (up to 100 km across) between the Christian controlled north and Moorish controlled south was too insecure for arable farming and was only exploited by shepherds. When the Christians conquered the south, farmers began to settle in the grazing lands and disputes with pastoralists were common. The Mesta can be regarded as the first, and most powerful, agricultural union in medieval Europe.

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