neoliberalismkills:

wilclcat:

victor-f-baby:

ectobiolosassy:

crazieecatladyy:

how to get the d

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i think i don’t want it anymore

as a math person i will give the D to any girl that can solve this. 

as a girl ‘math person’ i will tell you that you can’t solve this as there are no x or y values as it is only a formula and not a question plus we wouldn’t want the d from you anyway

I’ve never seen someone so efficiently shut down in my entire fucking life

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j3n1070:

subterranean-lovesick-alien:

I mean we can’t even rock them shoes if it ain’t got a comma on the price tag
I mean, I mean but then again who who looks at the price tag
(I saw deez shoes and they reminded me of him so hard I couldn’t resist)

Just Fab.

j3n1070:

subterranean-lovesick-alien:

I mean we can’t even rock them shoes if it ain’t got a comma on the price tag

I mean, I mean but then again who who looks at the price tag

(I saw deez shoes and they reminded me of him so hard I couldn’t resist)

Just Fab.

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evannaleraven-elf:

An elf walks into a bar,
A hobbit laughs and walks under it.

(via littlewomanly1)

(Source: skepticalavenger, via wilwheaton)

"Comic books shouldn’t make political statements!"

jennofsol:

I’ve always hated that mentality when it comes to comic books. Why? Because it tells me that the person reading the comic has no idea what the fuck they’re talking about. They’re so stuck in their own little bubble, they haven’t even realized that the very first comic books were pretty much all about making political statements.

Superman and Captain America were “superhuman” individuals, created by Jewish men during World War II. Captain America was literally created by a super soldier serum, and all around the “perfect” human in the eyes of the Nazis. And what was he doing? Killing Nazis. 

The X-Men was created during the civil rights era, and their struggle was supposed to represent the struggle of PoC, women, and GSRM. 

Comic books were born out of political statements. So if you sit there and say, “they shouldn’t make political statements,” all that tells me is that you don’t agree with the political statement, and therefore you feel uncomfortable.

And if you think that a Muslim female superhero is a “political statement,” ask yourself, “why? Why is it a political statement?” Ask yourself why our society is structured in a way that a Muslim superhero, whether the Green Lantern or Ms. Marvel, is a big deal.

(Source: queenjuniper, via liamdryden)

who-the-fuck-let-me-have-a-blog:

lumos5001:


Co-authored by physicists Ben Tippett* and David Tsang (non-fictional physicists at the fictional Gallifrey Polytechnic Institute and Gallifrey Institute of Technology, respectively), the paper – which you can access free of charge over on arXiv – presents a spacetime geometry that would make retrograde time travel possible. Such a spacetime geometry, write the researchers, would emulate “what a layperson would describe as a time machine" [x]



the title fucking spells TARDIS

who-the-fuck-let-me-have-a-blog:

lumos5001:

Co-authored by physicists Ben Tippett* and David Tsang (non-fictional physicists at the fictional Gallifrey Polytechnic Institute and Gallifrey Institute of Technology, respectively), the paper – which you can access free of charge over on arXiv – presents a spacetime geometry that would make retrograde time travel possible. Such a spacetime geometry, write the researchers, would emulate “what a layperson would describe as a time machine" [x]

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the title fucking spells TARDIS

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Harrison Ford in 1980

Harrison Ford in 1980

(Source: thedarklordascending, via camillekaze)

monsterboyfriends:

this is my ship okay don’t you tell me what to do

(Source: fialsamsagui, via oeblaze)

awwww-cute:

The cutest Hobbit in the Shire

awwww-cute:

The cutest Hobbit in the Shire

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