aint that the truth.
you gotta mean streak wider than your backside, or a sickness of the mind. - the supreme
straight cash in my titty stash.
When he realized his wife had to choose between buying family meals and buying her monthly “supplies,” Arunachalam Muruganantham vowed to help her solve the problem of the sanitary pad. His research got very very personal — and led him to a powerful business model.
This guy has made the world a better place for sooooooo many women and to think he had not even seen a pad until he was 29 years old. The fucked thing is, that sanitary products for women are still so inaccessible to way too many women. Especially when the solutions are so simple that one man from a family that used to use rags in place of pads so not to cut into the milk budget is able to invent a machine cutting the production price of pads to a third of the price, by testing it out on himself using animal blood (gross but extremely practical). Why aren’t people with infinitely better resources already pumping ideas, like this one, out.
Inventions that boost the livelihoods of people who do not have much to begin with are the best kind. But again it usually falls down to people who do have the resources not having any morality or awareness to match. But whatever, this guy should be made a saint. It’s nice to be reminded of the most simple sounding things making such powerful changes in the world.
Why aint that shit free anyway? its not like girls WANT their period.
A lake of gold in the desert sand
Is less than a cool fresh spring
And to one lost sheep, a shepherd boy
Is greater than the richest king
So how do you measure the worth of a man
In wealth? or strength? or size?
In how much he gained? or how much he gave?
The answer will come to he who tries to look at his life through heavens eyes.
The marketing team at Dick Smith strike again
The Australian government have been using a secret pre-screening process to deport asylum seekers before they even know what their rights are and are adequately able to explain their intent to seek asylum. It has affected 1,247 Sri Lankan asylum seekers in particular, as of 14 June 2013.