🎶I’m just a duck face selfie baby🎶 #duckface #selfie #baby #indatub #whyamilaughingsohard #theworst @maggieboy

🎶I’m just a duck face selfie baby🎶 #duckface #selfie #baby #indatub #whyamilaughingsohard #theworst @maggieboy

workaholics:

Tip Sipping: What’s Your Stance?
Are you anti Self Gratification, or pro Self Mouthification?  
Is you-on-you good unless goo, or do you believe no man should hum his own tune?  
Can a guy blow himself in private without judgement?  
That’s what we’re saying here.  If the lines were too hard to read between.

workaholics:

Tip Sipping: What’s Your Stance?

Are you anti Self Gratification, or pro Self Mouthification?  

Is you-on-you good unless goo, or do you believe no man should hum his own tune?  

Can a guy blow himself in private without judgement?  

That’s what we’re saying here.  If the lines were too hard to read between.

Anonymous asked: why do you smell like pee?

i do not!

(Source: juliansbutt, via ghostisborn)

Im laughing to myself because I just remembered there is a town in Colorado called Last Chance. 

Where are you from? Last Chance, Colorado? 

They must have some rich history there. I should check it out. 

septagonstudios:

Zyanya Lorenzo

septagonstudios:

Zyanya Lorenzo

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tru dat.

tru dat.

(Source: cosmic-rebirth, via howardxroark)

If that school wasn’t a gun free zone, then someone might have been able to defend those kids. 

just saying. 

gun control won’t solve anything. 

finals week.

Fill so your followers can get to know you.

State your name: Emily Jo
State the name that your parents almost named you. Amanda! How weird is that?
Which of your relatives do you get along with the most? 
hmm… I dont know. i get along with all my relatives. I guess my mom tho
Did anything embarrassing happen this week? well I invited people to a really embarrassingly terrible and lame weird party.
Do you miss your ex? eeek no.
White chocolate or dark chocolate? both.
Do people praise you for your looks? it’s been known to happen from time to time
What is your favorite color of clothing to wear? orange.
What are some of your nicknames? EJ, Emmy Jo, Jojo, Em Ho, Ho. to name a few
How many bedrooms are in your house?
How many bathrooms? 4 1/2 
Do you have a job? no. but im trying to get one for this christmas break!
Do you have a car? yep. ‘99 chevy malibu named Bonnie. she’s a POS but I still love her.
Do you work out every week? I’m lucky if I get to rest one day a week. #dancerprobs
Have you ever kissed someone you never saw again? ugh yes.
Have you ever sung in front of a crowd? yeah I did a lot in high school
What kind of bathing suit do you wear? bikinis. I like the bandeau tops. I can’t wear one pieces because my torso is weird
Do you like your eyes? yeah!
Do you think you are pretty?
Who was the last person you talked to in person? My roommate, Megan. she asked me to smoke a bowl with her, but I said no because I have to study… but I’m doing this so that’s not really much better. maybe I will go smoke it.
How much money is in your account? I don’t want to reveal too much personal information but <$2 ha.
Are you single? no :)
Do you want kids? someday yes
Tell me what your backpack looks like: it’s like blue and gray and black. It’s from REI
What celebrity do you think is hot attractive? well there are a lot, but off the top of my head I’m going to say Adam Scott
Last movie you saw in theaters: I think it was The Campaign. man, that was in like August.

Are you dating the same person you dated last year? yes!
Has someone you were dating ever cheated on you? yes. it’s pretty shitty
Have you ever cheated? nope!
Have you kissed someone whose name starts with a ‘J’? yeah I have
What do you do in your spare time? listen to music and read and stuff.

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letitride:

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, “Rescue Blues” (The Wellmont Theatr, Montclair NJ, Feb 22nd 2009)

(Source: stripedsweater)

ratak-monodosico:

Googols and Googols

In 1938, mathematician Edward Kasner asked his nine-year-old nephew for a name for a large number—and his nephew promptly replied: “Googol.” A googol is a number equal to 10^100, or if you wanted to write it out, it would be a 1 with 100 zeroes following it. Already, this number is larger than the number of elementary particles in the known universe, which only amount to approximately 10^80. As if this wasn’t enough, the term was then extended to an even bigger number: a googolplex, which is 10 to the power of a googol—i.e., 10^(10^100). To write this out, it would be a 1 followed by a googol number of zeroes. Here’s where it gets intensely cool: you cannot physically write this number out in its entirety, because there is not enough space in the universe. Even if you wrote in unreadable one-point font, it would take up about 3.5×10^96 metres, while observable universe is only estimated to be 8.80×10^26 meters. So, you’d still need more paper than you could stuff into the entire universe—and furthermore, if you wrote at an average rate of two digits per second, it would take you more time to write it out than the age of the universe so far. And yet, even a googolplex comes nowhere near infinity. Numbers are awesome.
Watch Carl Sagan explain

ratak-monodosico:

Googols and Googols

In 1938, mathematician Edward Kasner asked his nine-year-old nephew for a name for a large number—and his nephew promptly replied: “Googol.” A googol is a number equal to 10^100, or if you wanted to write it out, it would be a 1 with 100 zeroes following it. Already, this number is larger than the number of elementary particles in the known universe, which only amount to approximately 10^80. As if this wasn’t enough, the term was then extended to an even bigger number: a googolplex, which is 10 to the power of a googol—i.e., 10^(10^100). To write this out, it would be a 1 followed by a googol number of zeroes. Here’s where it gets intensely cool: you cannot physically write this number out in its entirety, because there is not enough space in the universe. Even if you wrote in unreadable one-point font, it would take up about 3.5×10^96 metres, while observable universe is only estimated to be 8.80×10^26 meters. So, you’d still need more paper than you could stuff into the entire universe—and furthermore, if you wrote at an average rate of two digits per second, it would take you more time to write it out than the age of the universe so far. And yet, even a googolplex comes nowhere near infinity. Numbers are awesome.

Watch Carl Sagan explain

(Source: sciencesoup, via thesycamoretapes)

People think that a liar gains a victory over his victim. What I’ve learned is that a lie is an act of self-abdication, because one surrenders one’s reality to the person to whom one lies, making that person one’s master, condemning oneself from then on to faking the sort of reality that person’s view requires to be faked. And if one gains the immediate purpose of the lie - the price one pays is the destruction of what the gain was intended to serve. The man who lies to the world is the world’s slave from then on.

Ayn Rand (Atlas Shrugged)