please look at what i paid ten dollars for

I just squealed the cutest squeal.


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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield performs David Bowie’s Space Oddity on the International Space Station.

This is easily, hands down, the best thing to come out of 2013.



Machine Porn

1-3, 6, and 8 made me wet my panties.

And I’m a guy.

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so someone hacked my school district’s site yesterday


so someone hacked my school district’s site yesterday

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25 years of Tactical Espionage Action. 25 years of Metal Gear Solid.


An IRA volunteer armed with an Ar-15. Northern Ireland, 1980s.


An IRA volunteer armed with an Ar-15. Northern Ireland, 1980s.

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Oh, we’ll just leave these awesome new still images from Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor here.

See you December 25th at 9/8c for the Doctor Who Christmas special.

i am personally offended i was not asked to supply art for that wall

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Sauron did nothing wrong…

Sauron did nothing wrong…

Metro: Last Light Easter Eggs

So I have this friend, let’s call him Pavel

Me: I don’t have my stuff with me because it’s in Krista’s trunk.

Pavel: Why is it in Krista’s trunk?

Me: Because I put it there!

Pavel: Put it where?

Me: In Krista’s car!

Pavel: Where is Krista’s car?

Me: Fucked if I know, somewhere in the parking lot.

Pavel: Why don’t you know?

Me: Because it isn’t my car!

Pavel: Why isn’t it your car?

Me: Because by the time it was purchased she was looking to buy a car and I wasn’t.

Pavel: Why weren’t you looking for a car?

Me: Because I had neither a driver’s license or sufficient funds to purchase a car.

Pavel: Why didn’t you have a driver’s license or funds?

Me: Because I was too young.

Pavel: Why were you too young?

Me: Because the government said so.

Pavel: Why does the government say so?

Me: Because they decided that an individual should have a certain age before they allow him to legally work or drive.

Pavel: Why’s that?

Me: Because it isn’t a good thing for children to place work above education, both for the children, and the economy.

Pavel: Why can’t children balance jobs and education.

Me: Because its hard to learn things when you work eight hour shifts every day.

Pavel: Why is it hard to learn when you work eight hours a day?

Me: Because at some point you need to sleep.

Pavel: Why do you need to sleep?

Me: Because at some point the human body has to recharge.

Pavel: Why can’t people just stay awake all the time?

Me: Because they’d die of exhaustion.

Pavel: What makes you so sure?

Me: Because nature says we need sleep, and just like many other things, we die if we don’t get enough of it.

Pavel: We don’t die if we don’t get enough sex…

Me: That’s because its not something nature explicitly demands of us.

Pavel: Then why do people say that human beings exist only to reproduce?

Me: Because if we didn’t, the species would die out.

Pavel: Why couldn’t we just live forever?

Me: Because nothing in the universe is designed to last forever, and everything is undergoing continuous change, whether it be growth or decay.

Pavel: Why can’t we just grow instead of decaying?

Me: Because at some point, our cells will start dying faster than they can replicate themselves.

Pavel: Oh. I see. What purpose does that serve then?

Me: It’s the cycle of life.

Pavel: But if we exist only to reproduce and ensure the continuation of the human species, what’s the point, since all we’re going to do is grow to a certain point and start decaying, and that’s all our children, and their children, and their children’s children are going to do?

Me: It’s a cycle - there is no end, there is no beginning…

Pavel: Of course there is a beginning - how else would everything have been kicked off?

Me: Well, yeah… but then we just start going in circles.

Pavel: Well then, don’t you agree that there is no meaning, or point, to life, to our own existences?

Me: I’ll… have to… think about that.

Pavel: So, why is your stuff in Krista’s trunk?