Uair , to ActuallyAutistic group
@Uair@autistics.life avatar

@actuallyautistic @resistance_news

Y'know, there's an easy way we can fight back against the enshittification of everything, both online and off. I never realized it, but i've been fighting back all my life.

Never click an ad and consciously avoid spending any money on a company that successfully managed to fling its advertizing feces in your face.

If ads didn't work, the entire capitalist structure of the internet would collapse. Do your part. Make them not work on you.

PatternChaser ,
@PatternChaser@mas.to avatar

@Uair @actuallyautistic @resistance_news

Yes, our entire world is directed toward promoting and , with the aim of obtaining, maximising, and retaining (mostly for and the ). It's that that is causing all of our problems, I think?

👍🙂

Books_of_Jeremiah , to histodon group
@Books_of_Jeremiah@zirk.us avatar

@historikerinnen
@histodon

Courtesy of the Museum of the Revolution of the Peoples of , inventory number III - 16627

Translation:

Profit table per prisoner in SS

calculation

Average income per prisoner RM 6.00

Provision for food cost RM 0.60

Average lifespan:

9 months - (270 days) X RM 5.3 RM 1431.00

Provision for clothes amortisation RM 0.1

Earning from rational utilisation of a corpse:

bibliolater , to economics group
@bibliolater@qoto.org avatar

"We argue that market power by some corporations and in some sectors – including temporary market power emerging in the aftermath of the pandemic – amplified inflation. It made price increases peak higher and remain more persistent than they would have been in a world with less market power. To be clear: corporate profits were thus not the sole driver of inflation, nor are dominant corporations to blame for the energy shock
caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But we argue that their market power exacerbated the fallout – and that this is not sufficiently captured in the prevailing macroeconomic debate or in workhorse models."

Jung C and Hayes C (2023) Inflation, profits and market power: Towards a new research and policy agenda, IPPR and Common
Wealth. http://www.ippr.org/publications/inflation-profits-and-market-power @economics

bibliolater , to economics group
@bibliolater@qoto.org avatar

"We argue that market power by some corporations and in some sectors – including temporary market power emerging in the aftermath of the pandemic – amplified inflation. It made price increases peak higher and remain more persistent than they would have been in a world with less market power. To be clear: corporate profits were thus not the sole driver of inflation, nor are dominant corporations to blame for the energy shock
caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But we argue that their market power exacerbated the fallout – and that this is not sufficiently captured in the prevailing macroeconomic
debate or in workhorse models."

Jung C and Hayes C (2023) Inflation, profits and market power: Towards a new research and policy agenda, IPPR and Common
Wealth. http://www.ippr.org/publications/inflation-profits-and-market-power @economics

bibliolater , to economics group
@bibliolater@qoto.org avatar

"We argue that market power by some corporations and in some sectors – including
temporary market power emerging in the aftermath of the pandemic – amplified inflation.
It made price increases peak higher and remain more persistent than they would have
been in a world with less market power. To be clear: corporate profits were thus not the
sole driver of inflation, nor are dominant corporations to blame for the energy shock
caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But we argue that their market power exacerbated
the fallout – and that this is not sufficiently captured in the prevailing macroeconomic
debate or in workhorse models."

Jung C and Hayes C (2023) Inflation, profits and market power: Towards a new research and policy agenda, IPPR and Common
Wealth. http://www.ippr.org/publications/inflation-profits-and-market-power @economics

Black Friday ( files.mastodon.online )

alt textthree rows with a barbecue on the left and William Wallace in Braveheart on the right. In the first row, captioned Wednesday, the barbecue is labelled “$899.99” and Wallace says “hold”. The second row, captioned Thursday, depicts the same. In the third row, captioned Black Friday, the there is a label with...

JazzGRaffe , to Memes in Black Friday

In America we keep the same price but decrease the amount of product.

sarahjelm , to EduTooters group Swedish
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AimeeMaroux , to histodons group
@AimeeMaroux@mastodon.social avatar

It's the Day of Hermes aka Mercurius Day aka ! 🐏

"They say he [] was responsible for and an overseer of the businesses: consequently they set up the statue of him weighing a purse."
, Byzantine Greek lexicon, 10th century CE

🏛️ Hermes, Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Greece

@mythology @antiquidons @histodons

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