September12014

gowns:

it is really disingenuous — and harmful to other people with mental illnesses — to shift all the responsibility for your very poor behavior onto your mental illness

(via idiotmouth)

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“He who fights with monsters should be careful he doesn’t become a monster himself. Unless that makes him more effective at fighting monsters. Like he becomes a badass werewolf who knows how to use a sword and has magic armor. That’d be so rad.” Nietzsche (via doc-sarge)

(via sirkowski)

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catbountry:

kbghoul:

GUYS I MET BILLY MAYS

HE LIVES.

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uni-bob:

brand-upon-the-brain:

Sleepaway Camp (Robert Hiltzik, 1983)

80s bro fashion.

Why don’t men wear shorts like that anymore? That needs to change.

(via catbountry)

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kineticnovels:

Juggernaut String Band played five sets a day at the Garlic Festival this weekend, totaling 4 stage sets, 4 strolling sets, and two parades led by the Garlic King or Queen, winner of the daily garlic eating contest. We had the honor and delight of sharing the venue of this festival with some other really excellent musicians and bands, including the Christian Porter Band (aka christianporter on tumblr), The Pfeiffer Twins, and The Lost Ramblers!

Check out the soundcloud player above for the latest, greatest version of a Juggernaut String Band original, Go To Mali!

Joy rocks and Juggernaut Stringband rock!

(12 plays)

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biologicalmarginalia:

This shark’s teeth resemble those of Goblin Sharks, Frilled Sharks and Viperfish, but it’s actually a squaloid. This is remarkable because no other dogfish sharks have teeth that are so large, slender, and widely-spaced; they would appear to be more suited for grasping rather than cutting prey. This species was first discovered off Japan in 1986, described as Trigonognathus kabeyai in 1990, and given the common name “Viper Dogfish” in 2000.

The first image is from Wikipedia, the second is from Fishbase.

Wetherbee, B. & Katura, S. (2000) Occurrence of a Rare Squaloid Shark, Trigonognathus kabeyai, from the Hawaiian Islands. Pacific Science 54(4) 389–394.

(via dobescrusher)

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idiotmouth:

sowintergirl:

opn-wide:

empyreal:

Omg

Yooooooooo

wow

Why does the giraffe woman have three legs? Look closely you can see both feet are on the ground, and yet her leg is in the air.

(Source: vraieronique)

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