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1968 Citroen DS
bobbycaputo:

aatombomb:

hiddenlex:

It never actually occurred to me that Dr. Zizmor would age. 

I just saw this, and was horrified, then I had the same thought. I guess we all thought he could use his own services to make himself ageless?

The ol’ subway doctor.

bobbycaputo:

aatombomb:

hiddenlex:

It never actually occurred to me that Dr. Zizmor would age

I just saw this, and was horrified, then I had the same thought. I guess we all thought he could use his own services to make himself ageless?

The ol’ subway doctor.

Setting up a new network with some new equipment at home, and I think the most important step appears to be the first one:

1. Never use any software that comes with hardware accessories. Delete it immediately and/or never open the install disks.

My favorite thing about iOS7 is the subtle gray on gray of most of the share buttons. Keeps you from using your phone outdoors, which would be rude.

My favorite thing about iOS7 is the subtle gray on gray of most of the share buttons. Keeps you from using your phone outdoors, which would be rude.

Now, For Your Enjoyment, Tumblrs…COCA-COLA ADS!

radarman1946:

May the fleas of a thousand camel infest the pubic regions of whoever the marketing twit was who decided to turn the Tumblr dashboard into an advertising billboard which CANNOT BE TURNED OFF!

If we could block users, like you can on twitter, that would be great. Most ads I don’t mind, but can’t the “ignore” button do something useful?

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thechurchofbobsaget:

Congrats on bringing back polio, Jenny McCarthy. Way to go. 

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davidtennantspants:

I HAVE SEARCHED ACROSS THE AGES FOR THIS GIFSET

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youngparis:

Cocoon and Evolved Metallic Mechanitis Butterfly Chrysalis from Costa Rica 

#Wow #Nature #Brilliant

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'Noah' has bigger problems than conservatives seem to think…

quickhits:

Mostly, if there was enough water on Earth to flood the world, the world would always be flooded. When the waters of the “Great Flood” receded, where exactly was it that they supposedly receded to?

Well, if they were taught like I was in Sunday School at a Southern Baptist Church, it may have had something to do with water receding to polar ice over centuries, but it didn’t matter how it happened, or even if it was a literal worldwide flood.

It was pretty obvious even to 6-year olds that two of every animal wouldn’t fit on any one boat, and we were taught Noah was real but there had to be more happening than he could have ever known. Otherwise it didn’t make sense. So we imagined.

As a little kid, I used to imagine many different Noahs all around a humid world, all with their own sets of animals, while mountain ranges and highlands were crowded with as-yet-unnamed species of fauna and flora. I pictured the ark landing on an island mountain like one of those, one left untouched by the water and still habitable.

It’s amazing to think how heretical all of that would sound to today’s fundamentalists, when it seemed perfectly normal to me back then. Perhaps it was only told that way to us kids, but the replacement of spiritualism with literalism is the main reason I can’t go back there.

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"Without even acknowledging that it is doing so, the Roberts Five has overturned 40 years of policy and case law, under an earnest plea about the rights of the beleaguered donors who simply want to spend $3.6 million on every election cycle. But the opinion also offers up such a supremely cramped notion of “corruption” as to rely almost exclusively on the quid pro quo bribery favored in the Gilded Age, wherein robber barons casually left fat sacks of cash around in exchange for political influence."

- McCutcheon v. FEC campaign finance decision: Justice Roberts doesn’t believe in money’s power to corrupt, so there’s that. (via azspot)

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Writing the dramatic death scene

maxkirin:

In your head:

image

In paper:

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petpave:

NYC TAXI on Flickr.
Ostrava, Czech Republic March 2014 I couldn’t believe when I saw this yellow car behind the supermarket in Ostrava. It was totaly surprising encounter for me to see this around here. I think it is not a taxi, but a car pretending to be one. I had just a moment to capture this photo before they drove away. 


That’s potentially one hell of a fare.

petpave:

NYC TAXI on Flickr.

Ostrava, Czech Republic
March 2014

I couldn’t believe when I saw this yellow car behind the supermarket in Ostrava. It was totaly surprising encounter for me to see this around here. I think it is not a taxi, but a car pretending to be one. I had just a moment to capture this photo before they drove away.

That’s potentially one hell of a fare.

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sandandglass:

Jon Stewart and Matt Taibbi discuss the different treatment afforded to ‘street’ and white-collar criminals. 

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"There’s no money in poetry, but there’s no poetry in money, either."

- Robert Graves (via taylorbooks)

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