Nevermore

caseymeeks:

This is my kind of red carpet coverage.

banderboucher:

The meta sequel to that dumb frank video that got popular

President Obama said at a fundraiser in Seattle on Tuesday that he doesn’t tune in for TV news, because there’s little such programs can inform him of that he’s not already aware of. “Whatever they’re reporting about, usually I know,” the president reportedly said.

As conservative critics have been quick to point out, this is a surprising statement, because Obama has racked up an extensive record in recent years of claiming ignorance of major developments until seeing them reported in the media. The list of topics on which he or his staff have claimed such ignorance include the Petraeus investigation, the DOJ seizure of APphone recordshealth insurance cancellationsObamaCare website troublesrequests for additional security in BenghaziIRS targeting of political groups, and the Fast and Furious scandal. Additionally, the NSA denied on Obama’s behalf his knowledge of the agency’s spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

First, have a definite, clear practical ideal; a goal, an objective. Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends; wisdom, money, materials, and methods. Third, adjust all your means to that end.
Aristotle (via feelingandloving)
Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort. -Franklin Roosevelt
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admhawthorne:

crackinois:

I actually think this was one of my favorite and most powerful scenes in the show. Kate Mulgrew expertly portrayed the hurt we’ve all felt at one point or another when we were ostracized by people we wanted so desperately to be accepted by and the fact that this feeling knows no boundaries of age.

ached for her in this scene.

theonion:

Frustrated Employee No Longer Even Trying To Hide GRE Study Books

ryanandmath:

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My professor had one of these stickers right on his office door. It’s a classic and simple topology joke, playing off the fact that topology is often regarded as the study of “nice” continuous deformations, such as stretching, shrinking, and twisting. The professor himself liked to describe…

Man, sometimes I log on here and you all have just reblogged the best stuff. That’s all it is: STUFF. There is absolutely no theme to my blog whatsoever. But hey, I only follow people who have the good stuff. So count yourselves lucky, you wonderful followers, you. I love your stuff.

Best find of the night: the math post about group theory and graph theory. I feel good that I was able to understand half of that post. Stuff like that gets me amped up for school these coming semesters.