Nevermore

bluthedj:

waterkangaroo:

nyan-nyan-pur:

desynchronization:

This is that part.

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I like that if you manage to escape and come back when he yells for you to do so he will just be like “Well damn, I didn’t expect for that to actually work, would you mind jumping in that pit right there for me?”

hipsterlibertarian:

Scathing street art highlighting scandals that have plagued the Obama Administration popped up in Silicon Valley during the president’s fundraising tour to California.

The first series of posters co-opted the logo of ABC’s Scandal while Obama met with donors at the home of showrunner Shonda Rhimes. Against a backdrop of references to scandals like NSA surveillanceDOJ seizure of AP phone recordsBenghaziIRS targeting of political groups, and more, the President’s face is captioned, “Don’t be an #asshole.”

Soon, more art appeared. A play on the classic iPhone ads shows Obama, silhouetted, and labeled “iSnoop.” And a mock invitation to “A Feast in Time of Plague” — Obama’s $32,000 per plate fundraiser — was delivered to the neighbors of the event’s host. [C]heck out a full gallery of the second batch of street art, viewable on Imgur here—Bonnie Kristian

I should have stayed in that cave with Ygritte. If there was a life beyond this one, he hoped to tell her that.

agentrodgers:

fandoms-will-be-the-death-of-me:

agentrodgers:

Just got back from the gym

ARE YOU THE BLACK WIDOW?

……

Barton, I’ve been compromised.

agentrodgers:

fandoms-will-be-the-death-of-me:

agentrodgers:

Just got back from the gym

ARE YOU THE BLACK WIDOW?

……

Barton, I’ve been compromised.

skellettes:

sneak peek from 50 shades of gray!!

skellettes:

sneak peek from 50 shades of gray!!

ladyhistory:

The Still Continuing Captioned Adventures of George Washington

PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV | PART V | PART VI | PART VII | PART VIII | PART IX | PART X | PART XI | PART XII | PART XIII

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luxwing:

demosexual:

i did it

OH MY GOD

AL

One of the reasons some cultural elitists—political pundits, novelists, intellectuals—tend to be so unsettled by the Internet is that it has revealed how oceanically broad are the interests of the public in general. Before the Internet, with no way of observing the obsessions of the masses, it was a lot easier to pretend that these obsessions simply didn’t exist; that the nation was “united” around caring about the same small number of movies, weekly magazines, novels, political issues, or personalities. This was probably always a self-flattering illusion for the folks who ran things. The Internet destroyed it.

Clive Thompson, Smarter Than You Think: How Technology is Changing Our Minds for the Better

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cannedviennasausage:

noneuclidean:

The start of a little project I’m working on.

perfection

promiscuous-petal:

enough about sex positions has anyone discovered a reading position which doesn’t get uncomfortable after 5 minutes