Whether as victim, demon, or hero, the industrial worker of the past century filled the public imagination in books, movies, news stories, and even popular songs, putting a grimy human face on capitalism while dramatizing the social changes and conflicts it brought. … With work increasingly invisible, it’s much harder to grasp the human effects, the social contours, of the Internet economy.
Cows of government!
Democracy- You have two cows, you vote too if you want I guess
Socialism- You have two cows, they wear red and make long winded remarks on the state of the modern beef industry in Imperialist nations and their influenced areas.
Communism- You have two cows, the government sacrifices them to bring back Comrade Stalin
Anarchy- You have two cows, they all belong to youu beause anarchy means family
Fascism- you have two cows, Scrim dilly scrim doodly damn, roll again.
Corporatism- you have two cows, you can bring one card back from the graveyard if you sacrifice one of them, discarded cow is removed from game (the shadow realm)
Libertarianism- You have two cows, they post selfies on whylibertarian.tumblr.com
Liberalism- You have two cows, they voted for Obama.
And France. Ah, France. Unlike Switzerland, Germany, or the Netherlands, France had no cable, only a single state telecom monopoly. The simple step of opening up that last mile of a single monopoly moved France from 14th in 2003 to fourth in 2013. Stuck with terrible infrastructure, France has produced astonishing, consumer-friendly innovation. Free, one of the startups that took advantage of access to the old state monopoly’s telephone lines, offers 1-gigabit DSL, free calls to 108 countries, 197 channels, and a set-top box with a game console and a Blu-ray player—all for €39 a month ($53.60).
THEY GET A FREE GAME SYSTEM AND BLU-RAY? Meanwhile, Comcast flips me off whenever I try to call them.