thescienceofjohnlock:

dream7790:

andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

cas-in-the-sassbutt:

middleearthkingdom:

This is pretty much me in the shower

when you take a shower you turn into gollum?????
myyyy coNDITIONEERRRRRR

And when the conditioner gets in my eyes, I screech:
IT BURNS UUUSSSSSSSSSS



This turns up on my dash every few days and makes me laugh every time.

thescienceofjohnlock:

dream7790:

andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

cas-in-the-sassbutt:

middleearthkingdom:

This is pretty much me in the shower

when you take a shower you turn into gollum?????

myyyy coNDITIONEERRRRRR

And when the conditioner gets in my eyes, I screech:

IT BURNS UUUSSSSSSSSSS

This turns up on my dash every few days and makes me laugh every time.

(via to-the-metal)

jeffgerstmann:

Destiny Drinking Game (Don’t Try This At Home)

1. Drink every time your flying robot buddy has to scan something.

2. Chug if you have to fight off waves of enemies while your robot buddy is scanning.

3. Die of alcohol poisoning before you get off the Moon.

lazydad:

Chances are pretty good that most peeps haven’t been paying much attention to the shenanigans that the Federal Communications Commission is trying to pull on the American public when it comes to Net Neutrality. The issue at hand may seem somewhat esoteric, but it has huge implications for the future Internet accessibility and online publishing, especially for the little guy. 
In a nutshell, proponents of Net Neutrality believe in an open and free Internet, while opponents do not. The death of Net Neutrality will mean the creation of a two-class system, where the Internet Haves (i.e., Giant Corporations) can pay for the privilege of speed and access, while the Internet Have Nots (i.e., All of Us) will be shizz out of luck.
Mike Rugnetta from PBS Idea Channel provides an easy-to-understand primer on Net Neutrality, and it’s worth 15 minutes or so of your time to watch this video.
Please take a moment to voice your outrage at corporate greed.
If you aren’t outraged, you’re not paying close enough attention.

lazydad:

Chances are pretty good that most peeps haven’t been paying much attention to the shenanigans that the Federal Communications Commission is trying to pull on the American public when it comes to Net Neutrality. The issue at hand may seem somewhat esoteric, but it has huge implications for the future Internet accessibility and online publishing, especially for the little guy. 

In a nutshell, proponents of Net Neutrality believe in an open and free Internet, while opponents do not. The death of Net Neutrality will mean the creation of a two-class system, where the Internet Haves (i.e., Giant Corporations) can pay for the privilege of speed and access, while the Internet Have Nots (i.e., All of Us) will be shizz out of luck.

Mike Rugnetta from PBS Idea Channel provides an easy-to-understand primer on Net Neutrality, and it’s worth 15 minutes or so of your time to watch this video.

Please take a moment to voice your outrage at corporate greed.

If you aren’t outraged, you’re not paying close enough attention.

thisoldapt:

Comes at just the right time, since “my friend” is experiencing cockroach problems and “my friend” is really freaked out about it. -MB
Edit: As lovelywaifu noted, boric acid is also effective for killing cockroaches, who walk through it and accidentally ingest it later while preening. Just be sure to sprinkle it lightly, and not in big ol’ piles—otherwise, they’ll simply walk around it.
via Lifehacker

thisoldapt:

Comes at just the right time, since “my friend” is experiencing cockroach problems and “my friend” is really freaked out about it. -MB

Edit: As lovelywaifu noted, boric acid is also effective for killing cockroaches, who walk through it and accidentally ingest it later while preening. Just be sure to sprinkle it lightly, and not in big ol’ piles—otherwise, they’ll simply walk around it.

via Lifehacker

the-dead-orbit:

Swords in Destiny???

quiet-beatle:

pavl0vee:

dofer49:

how elton john runs from the police

Must save rock and roll

I swear this is one of the best posts on tumblr 

(via suffering-amongst-the-ruins)

guitarcenter:

Check out our most popular #GCSessions clip to date: megadeth performing “Symphony of Destruction”.