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Myrtle Beach: Joe Raedle/Getty Images Jason Morris takes down one of several American flags ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Florence on September 13 in Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach: Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Jason Morris takes down one of several American flags ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Florence on September 13 in Myrtle Beach.

Jason Morris takes down one of several American flags ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Florence on September 13 in Myrtle Beach.

Myrtle Beach: My new GPS is doing a great job @DrSmashlove 6- Say Bruh u know what's the best part of company picnics? U get to see people's tattoos πŸ˜‚. Now some of the younger gals I see y'all flexing some very artsy very sexy ink. But some of these older ladies bruh? I got just one question. At what point did every lady age 35-50 get a upper titty tattoo? When was this a thing? And it be the most RANDOM shit too. Daffy Duck. Just chillin. Faded AF, too. Like Daffy Duck low key look like a malnourished meth addict version of Daffy Duck - his pupils dilated and he look nervous and paranoid AF at all times like he tryina convince u the Feds are giving u brain radiation thru your iPhone - just chillin on Karen's upper titty area. And they be proud AF of their ink too! All they tank tops are cut in a manner that exposes 2-3ds of Daffy Duck - like they leaving the bottom portion of Daffy to the imagination πŸ˜‚. Shout to Karen and all the secretaries who leave the mind-numbing confines of they office building job to wil TF out at suburban pool parties at above-ground pools where they can show off their circa 1998 Myrtle Beach - Daytona Beach waterfront tattoo parlor ink. Everybody need to express themselves even if it's thru cartoon characters that look like they trying to sell u a TV they just stole FROM YOU πŸ˜‚. Karen and the rest of y'all, u the real MVPs - bless up πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Myrtle Beach: My new GPS is doing a great job
 @DrSmashlove
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Say Bruh u know what's the best part of company picnics? U get to see people's tattoos πŸ˜‚. Now some of the younger gals I see y'all flexing some very artsy very sexy ink. But some of these older ladies bruh? I got just one question. At what point did every lady age 35-50 get a upper titty tattoo? When was this a thing? And it be the most RANDOM shit too. Daffy Duck. Just chillin. Faded AF, too. Like Daffy Duck low key look like a malnourished meth addict version of Daffy Duck - his pupils dilated and he look nervous and paranoid AF at all times like he tryina convince u the Feds are giving u brain radiation thru your iPhone - just chillin on Karen's upper titty area. And they be proud AF of their ink too! All they tank tops are cut in a manner that exposes 2-3ds of Daffy Duck - like they leaving the bottom portion of Daffy to the imagination πŸ˜‚. Shout to Karen and all the secretaries who leave the mind-numbing confines of they office building job to wil TF out at suburban pool parties at above-ground pools where they can show off their circa 1998 Myrtle Beach - Daytona Beach waterfront tattoo parlor ink. Everybody need to express themselves even if it's thru cartoon characters that look like they trying to sell u a TV they just stole FROM YOU πŸ˜‚. Karen and the rest of y'all, u the real MVPs - bless up πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Say Bruh u know what's the best part of company picnics? U get to see people's tattoos πŸ˜‚. Now some of the younger gals I see y'all flexin...

Myrtle Beach: KT IT'S MINED ILLEGALLY THERE. There is a war in the Congo for coltan, over 7 million people have died in the last 10 years as a result of this war. 45,000 a month die. Why is poverty legal, why doesn't America or the UK jump in to the Congo and save the day? Because they make money from it. The United Nations notes in its 2001 report on the Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources in the Congo that "The consequences of illegal exploitation has been twofold: (a)massive availability of financial resources for the Rwandan Patriotic Army, and the individual enrichment of top Ugandan military commanders and civilians; (b) the emergence of of illegal networks headed by either top military officers or businessmen." Foreign multi-national corporations have been deeply involved in the exploitation of coltan in the Congo. The coltan mined by rebels and foreign forces is sold to foreign corporations. Although, the United Nations in its reports on the Congo do not directly blame the multi-national corporations for the conflict in the Congo, the United Nations does say that these companies serve as "the engine of the conflict in the DRC." Major United States players include: Cabot Corporation, Boston, MA OM Group, Cleveland, Ohio AVX, Myrtle Beach, SC Eagle Wings Resources International, Ohio Trinitech International, Ohio Kemet Electronics Corporation, Greenville, SC Once the coltan is processed and converted to capacitors, it is then sold to companies such as Nokia, Motorola, Compaq, Alcahnntel, Dell, Hewlett-Packard , IBM, Lucent, Ericsson and Sony for use in a wide assortment of everyday products ranging from cell phones to computer chips and game consoles. What are some of the uses of coltan in modern society? β€’ Laptop computers β€’ Cellular phones β€’ Jet engines th β€’ Rockets β€’ Cutting tools β€’ Camera lensesbby β€’ X-ray film β€’ Ink jet printers β€’ Hearing aids β€’ Pacemakers β€’ Airbag protection systems β€’ Ignition and motor control modules, GPS, ABS systems in automobiles β€’ Game consoles such as playstation, xbox and nintendo β€’ Video cameras β€’ Digital still cameras β€’ Sputtering targets β€’ Chemical process equipment more below chakabars @problkthought
Myrtle Beach: KT
 IT'S MINED
 ILLEGALLY THERE.
There is a war in the Congo for coltan, over 7 million people have died in the last 10 years as a result of this war. 45,000 a month die. Why is poverty legal, why doesn't America or the UK jump in to the Congo and save the day? Because they make money from it. The United Nations notes in its 2001 report on the Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources in the Congo that "The consequences of illegal exploitation has been twofold: (a)massive availability of financial resources for the Rwandan Patriotic Army, and the individual enrichment of top Ugandan military commanders and civilians; (b) the emergence of of illegal networks headed by either top military officers or businessmen." Foreign multi-national corporations have been deeply involved in the exploitation of coltan in the Congo. The coltan mined by rebels and foreign forces is sold to foreign corporations. Although, the United Nations in its reports on the Congo do not directly blame the multi-national corporations for the conflict in the Congo, the United Nations does say that these companies serve as "the engine of the conflict in the DRC." Major United States players include: Cabot Corporation, Boston, MA OM Group, Cleveland, Ohio AVX, Myrtle Beach, SC Eagle Wings Resources International, Ohio Trinitech International, Ohio Kemet Electronics Corporation, Greenville, SC Once the coltan is processed and converted to capacitors, it is then sold to companies such as Nokia, Motorola, Compaq, Alcahnntel, Dell, Hewlett-Packard , IBM, Lucent, Ericsson and Sony for use in a wide assortment of everyday products ranging from cell phones to computer chips and game consoles. What are some of the uses of coltan in modern society? β€’ Laptop computers β€’ Cellular phones β€’ Jet engines th β€’ Rockets β€’ Cutting tools β€’ Camera lensesbby β€’ X-ray film β€’ Ink jet printers β€’ Hearing aids β€’ Pacemakers β€’ Airbag protection systems β€’ Ignition and motor control modules, GPS, ABS systems in automobiles β€’ Game consoles such as playstation, xbox and nintendo β€’ Video cameras β€’ Digital still cameras β€’ Sputtering targets β€’ Chemical process equipment more below chakabars @problkthought

There is a war in the Congo for coltan, over 7 million people have died in the last 10 years as a result of this war. 45,000 a month die....