September 23, 2014
"I still bear the scars of An Spailpín Fánach"

— My dad, who as you may presume, does not have fond memories of studying the Irish language. (via clareisthebrightone)

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September 23, 2014
kittehkats:

 Found on bentobird.blogspot.com

kittehkats:

Found on bentobird.blogspot.com

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September 23, 2014
nunsandbongsjesusanddongs:

multidjc:

j-ckie:

romamochi:

profmth:

Mitt Romney’s family misspell their last name in the greatest Freudian slip in history.



i just spit my drink everywHERE omfG


I’m not even sorry

this always makes me laugh lmfao

nunsandbongsjesusanddongs:

multidjc:

j-ckie:

romamochi:

profmth:

Mitt Romney’s family misspell their last name in the greatest Freudian slip in history.

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i just spit my drink everywHERE omfG

Is it wrong to love this?

I’m not even sorry

this always makes me laugh lmfao

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September 23, 2014
jessehimself:

culturalandhistoricalvibes:

Walter S. McAfee is the African American mathematician and physicist who first calculated the speed of the moon. McAfee participated in Project Diana in the 1940s - a U.S. Army program, created to determine whether a high frequency radio signal could penetrate the earth’s outer atmosphere. To test this, scientists wanted to bounce a radar signal off the moon and back to earth. But the moon was a swiftly moving target, impossible to hit without knowing its exact speed. McAfee made the necessary calculations, and on January 10, 1946, the team sent a radar pulse through a special 40-feet square antenna towards the moon. Two and a half seconds later, they received a faint signal, proving that transmissions from earth could cross the vast distances of outer space. Official news of this scientific breakthrough did not include McAfee’s name, nor was there any recognition of the essential role he played. But Americans could not have walked on the moon had it not been for Walter S. McAfee and his calculations.
Click to see source:

first like a muhf*cka.

jessehimself:

culturalandhistoricalvibes:

Walter S. McAfee is the African American mathematician and physicist who first calculated the speed of the moon. McAfee participated in Project Diana in the 1940s - a U.S. Army program, created to determine whether a high frequency radio signal could penetrate the earth’s outer atmosphere. To test this, scientists wanted to bounce a radar signal off the moon and back to earth. But the moon was a swiftly moving target, impossible to hit without knowing its exact speed. McAfee made the necessary calculations, and on January 10, 1946, the team sent a radar pulse through a special 40-feet square antenna towards the moon. Two and a half seconds later, they received a faint signal, proving that transmissions from earth could cross the vast distances of outer space. Official news of this scientific breakthrough did not include McAfee’s name, nor was there any recognition of the essential role he played. But Americans could not have walked on the moon had it not been for Walter S. McAfee and his calculations.

Click to see source:

first like a muhf*cka.

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September 23, 2014

hornetaur:

She had curves in all the wrong places - some of them cast a 3-dimensional shadows, still others hummed a low, discordant note as they flitted about like flies. She was nothing like other girls - she was an abomination from the 6th plane of torment

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September 23, 2014
http://la-negra-barbuda.tumblr.com/post/98227494667/two-anthro-professors-told-me-they-like-my-thesis

la-negra-barbuda:

two anthro professors told me they like my thesis topic. the third anthro professor, who was also the shitty advisor i ditched last semester, said, “I don’t see how this relates to anthropology.”

that’s because you’re a salty ass trick. all of the potential topics where i talked about examining…

It sounds like it will make for a wonderful thesis. Good luck!!!!

September 23, 2014
spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace:

I read the tweet, and then I read the username.

spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace:

I read the tweet, and then I read the username.

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September 23, 2014
tastefullyoffensive:

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tastefullyoffensive:

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September 23, 2014

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September 23, 2014
thebitterfrenchcanadian:

don’t listen to them cody 

thebitterfrenchcanadian:

don’t listen to them cody 

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