On My Level.

Apr 23

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sofapizza:

retrofuturs:

3D Printing

what a time to be alive.

sofapizza:

retrofuturs:

3D Printing

what a time to be alive.

(via thefuuuucomics)

mennaoawad:

riddle me that, mankind

mennaoawad:

riddle me that, mankind

(Source: veganmenna, via kissmyindecisiveasscrackmaggots)

Apr 22

riddikuluskittens:

I’m embarrassed of The Tennessean.

NO! It’s actually pretty neat. I mean, it’s kind of a cheap way for the paper and state to get attention, but there is some merit behind what they intended to say. It’s in regard to a NY Times article written by a man whose father is from Ukraine. May be an oversimplification, but it’s interesting! Here!

riddikuluskittens:

I’m embarrassed of The Tennessean.

NO! It’s actually pretty neat. I mean, it’s kind of a cheap way for the paper and state to get attention, but there is some merit behind what they intended to say. It’s in regard to a NY Times article written by a man whose father is from Ukraine. May be an oversimplification, but it’s interesting! Here!

(Source: sukish)

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Damnit David

Damnit David

(Source: kelhatescreeps, via notafuckyeahblog)

jennstarkid:

accioguitardis:

cyberunfamous:

trillow:

how much do islands cost i want one

Less than a college education

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what the frick

IT SHOCKS NO ONE THAT AN ISLAND COSTS LESS THAN A COLLEGE EDUCATION IN AMERICA

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t1ffanyxo:

officialcrow:

i hope they cryonize john witherspoon till they figure out how to keep people alive forever

Bang bang bang

t1ffanyxo:

officialcrow:

i hope they cryonize john witherspoon till they figure out how to keep people alive forever

Bang bang bang

(Source: ramenparadise, via deontej93)

blackfeminism:

A lot of men have appropriated the phrase “behind every successful man there’s a strong woman” because it doesn’t actually empower women. They’re trynig to say it’s good for women to go unacknowledged for their work if a man gets success from it. The phrase was supposed to be bitter, not a proud.

(via jodys-rhapsody)

Apr 16

“Why is the “humans only use 10% of their brain” concept is untrue?” —

As Dr Steve Novella memorably put it (paraphrased), you never hear anyone say, “the good news is that he was shot in the 90% of the brain we don’t use.”

The truth is that we use the entire thing, but not necessarily at the same time. Bits become more or less active as you do this and that, but over the course of normal life you use all of it. The brain uses up far too high a portion of your energy budget to be allowed to go unused. Natural selection won’t allow that.

/u/doc_daneeka

(via sdsimple)