parislemon:

Watch this space.

dekutree:

The government wouldn’t spend a dime on education, healthy food, drinkable water, assisting people in poverty, de-polluting the streets, or anything else of importance. But they would be on call to spend millions on equipping a small police force to fight off a group of defenseless protestors. You can argue with me that this is not a hate crime, when it so obviously is, but you can’t argue with me when I say that this government is too corrupt to even serve it’s purpose.

Umm I totally agree with the sentiment but the US government spent (in 2014):

  • 970 Billion on Healthcare related expenses
  • 113 Billion on Education
  • 405 Billion on Welfare

Not to mention how much was spent at the local and state level.

mostlysignssomeportents:

Here’s the text of Randall Munroe’s #hugoaward speech #loncon3 #xkcd

That is awesome

creativereason:

How I’ve felt all day after a good workout yesterday

Or tonight.

creativereason:

How I’ve felt all day after a good workout yesterday

Or tonight.

Jude on the Zoo train (at Saint Louis Zoo)

Hanging out with my son Luke this afternoon

xanush:

tr-ibal:

I will keep this photo posted for 1 week.

Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water

After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.

Show you care & Reblog.

always

If you don’t reblog this at least once you’re a joke.

(Source: charitywaterproject)

Wok cooked chicken with peppers, onions and snow pea pods for tonight’s clean eating meal #cleaneating

How I felt after reading on Twitter that Yadi is out for 8 - 12 weeks

How I felt after reading on Twitter that Yadi is out for 8 - 12 weeks

(Source: reactiongifs.com)

Jude learning to steer the pontoon #latergram

Gabe learning to steer the pontoon #latergram

Clean eating pineapple chicken on the wok

"I have an idea that could save them $4 million: just get rid of the comments."
John Gruber, talking about the odd news that Mozilla is developing a $4 million comment platform for The New York Times and Washington Post. (via parislemon)