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May 14 2015

thatsridicarus

I miss that like I miss anything, because life is a series of things that go away.

 
— Albert Hammond Jr (when asked if he missed the early Strokes days).

November 18 2013

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A moment of silence for the poor students who were in Harry’s year and only wanted a normal Hogwarts education.

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January 16 2013

thatsridicarus
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IDEO just gave a new meaning of doing sports inside office compounds XD So doing this when I get to work in an actual office
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January 08 2013

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There used to be. It was constructed using cheap labour and there were many accidents building the factory, however, none of it ever reached mainstream news. The workers were also underpaid. The head of the Wonka corporation - President Wonklett used to authorize tours for children, however these were ridiculously expensive and very few got to go. However, on one occasion, a child did drown in a lake of chocolate and there weren't the guards to help as they were having a Union strike because of being paid poorly.

President Wonklett eventually got depressed and killed himself.

It isn't a well known fact, but the original Wonka film was based on this Wonka factory. The oomph loompas were symbolic of the underpaid workers, and the children fates were representative of the series of accidents throughout the factory during tours, however, none were amusing as the film portrayed.

The final scenes of the film is considered a symbolic journey of Wonkletts decent into madness, with smashing the glass roof being his gruesome suicide
— Source: Yahoo Answers
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December 31 2012

thatsridicarus

do you ever have one of those days where...

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do you ever have one of those days where

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January 20 2012

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October 19 2011

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