Text 27 Sep

Never has my user icon been more appropriate.

Text 27 Sep

HHHHHHHHUUUUUUUUSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

Photo 27 Sep 26,060 notes The only flaw is it doesn’t have old people doing barrel rolls on the highway in 40-year old cars.
Yes, I typed that correctly.

The only flaw is it doesn’t have old people doing barrel rolls on the highway in 40-year old cars.

Yes, I typed that correctly.

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Link 24 Sep 89 notes http://slatestarscratchpad.tumblr.com/post/98275063216/multiheaded1793-the-really-funny-thing-is-that»

multiheaded1793:

“The really funny thing is that it looks like, in our reality, genetics account for about one-third of the variance in sexuality. Whatever determines gender and sexuality, it’s probably not a completely static circuit, soldered at birth and left nascent until puberty….

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Photo 23 Sep 201,194 notes tastefullyoffensive:

[via]

What’chu lookin’ at?

tastefullyoffensive:

[via]

What’chu lookin’ at?

Photo 23 Sep 377,322 notes slatestarscratchpad:

i-will-die-laughing:

solarsweeps:

the dog all puppies aspire to be
he did it
he caught the tail

his face just says “what am i going to do with my life now”

DOGOBORUS

slatestarscratchpad:

i-will-die-laughing:

solarsweeps:

the dog all puppies aspire to be

he did it

he caught the tail

his face just says “what am i going to do with my life now”

DOGOBORUS

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

Photo 23 Sep 6,016 notes tastefullyoffensive:

[20dollarchill]

As an Italian, I can confirm this

tastefullyoffensive:

[20dollarchill]

As an Italian, I can confirm this

Quote 22 Sep 56 notes

If a young child falls on the train tracks, it is good to save them, and if a 45-year-old suffers from a debilitating disease, it is good to cure them. If you have a logical turn of mind, you are bound to ask whether this is a special case of a general ethical principle which says ‘Life is good, death is bad; health is good, sickness is bad.’ If so - and here we enter into controversial territory - we can follow this general principle to a surprising new conclusion: If a 95-year-old is threatened by death from old age, it would be good to drag them from those train tracks, if possible. And if a 120-year-old is starting to feel slightly sickly, it would be good to restore them to full vigor, if possible. With current technology it is not possible. But if the technology became available in some future year - given sufficiently advanced medical nanotechnology, or such other contrivances as future minds may devise - would you judge it a good thing, to save that life, and stay that debility?

The important thing to remember, which I think all too many people forget, is that it is not a trick question.

— Eliezer Yudkowsky, “Transhumanism as Simplified Humanism” (via asciiheart)

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Video 21 Sep 3,496 notes

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Minecraft Designs - Created by Ian Wilding

On sale now as a T-shirt at J!NX.

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Text 18 Sep Progress report #38

I didn’t study in the week from the 7th of September to the 14th of September.

I did, however, enter yet another writeoff competition-2000 to 8000 words this time-and my story is doing a lot better than last time :-)


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