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Good Stuff


Stolen Skies - Documentation of Persistant Contrails in the Dallas Ft. Worth Metroplex

Thu Jun 19

liartownusa:

The Emerald Dagger of Ka-Tok & Associates

Written by Donald L. Brampthorne and Kyle McCulloch

Tue May 27

sarahevenson:

Book of Ex Mormon 2014

Drumlead bound book, red ribbon, screen printed cover, intaglio, chine collee

A little book of some of the freedoms I can now enjoy in my life as an Ex Mormon. From tattoos to kissing girls to enjoying the sexual company of bearded men, my life post mormonism has been extremely fulfilling. 

(Source: burningbearprocess)

Wed Jul 3

Lifehacking With Sarge

thesargebag:

I decided I wanted to share some of the lesser-known lifehacking tricks that I’ve learned over the years.

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Wow!

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Really?!?

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Goodness!

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I… what?

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(Source: doc-sarge)

Fri Jun 21

uriels:

fairly certain that my physics textbook snapchats are my greatest achievement in life

(via addickt3d)

Wed May 29

akashazombie:

“For the last 20 years of my life, I’ve been wearing something unrecognizable. I’ve been acting for 20 years now and I’ve been under the radar.”- Doug Jones

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0427964/?ref_=sr_1

(via addickt3d)

Fri May 10
Thu May 2
Wed Apr 24
Fundamentally, humanism is not a doctrine. It’s not a set of prescriptions or instructions about how to live. Rather, it’s an attitude. And the attitude is, we have to think for ourselves; we’ve got to take responsibility for ourselves, and in taking that responsibility we have to think how relate to, to care for, be good neighbors to our fellows in the human story. … Generous really is the word, generous and kind. A.C. Graying, author of “The God Argument: The Case Against Religion and for Humanism,” was interviewed on the Humanist Hour podcast. Listen to the episode here. (via americanhumanist)

(via skepticalavenger)

Tue Apr 16
Mon Apr 15