Check out those lace gloves.
Clarance Thomas is just stone cold chillin' in that chair.
MechDeus - Nick is the Bruce Wayne to Yoshi's Jean-Paul Valley.
You do know you don't do anything of real value, right?
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That almaci post he dredged up begs a certain question: When did we decide that health was a human right?
From my experience with antiques, I'm going to say the late 40s, maybe even late 50s. Before then, it was still common to sell things to the public that if used in certain ways, would kill them. And if you did so, "well fuck you, guess you shouldn't have done whatever."
And if you go even further back, when things were mostly powered by steam, things were even worse. We'd give little kids wiskey and tell them to work under and around machines in spots too small for adults. Gear needs adjusting? Stick a kid in there. He better duck instead of swerving, or it will take his arm off. "Took his arm off? Well fuck him, he was told to duck."
I wonder if anyone has studied this. I'm sure it can be traced back to something(s).
Yes, it was after WWII. Something about most of the developed world lying in a smoldering heap got people thinking it was time to change their ways and treat their fellow man better.