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Sep 18, 2014 / 309,115 notes

towongfoo:

If I dont respond to your insult it means what i wanted to say was too mean and I decided to let you live

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Sep 18, 2014 / 12,746 notes

officialwhitegirls:

for our final English project last year we had an essay and it had to be around 800 words and this one guy in our class only had 400 so he copied the words he had and pasted it in white below it

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Sep 18, 2014 / 72,234 notes

letsfuckaroundthatswhatwedo:

I have so many ugly pictures of my friends purely stored for revenge

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Sep 18, 2014 / 66,280 notes

minnisrecovery:

Always remember to drink water. Not for weight loss or whatever, but to hydrate your organs, fuel your mind and boost your energy. Not to mention your mood will improve. your body will thank you

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Sep 18, 2014 / 87,235 notes

apocketfull0fposies:

flashakaviolet:

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tuxedoandex:

ugly:

What do you call the security guards outside Samsung shops?

what

Guardians of the Galaxy

Get out

I

Sep 18, 2014 / 556 notes

walkingsaladshooterfromheaven:

Instead of “if I can do this, anyone can”

I’m going to be like “If I have to work this hard and go through this much bullshit just to have a decent life, where does that leave people who have even less ability/opportunity/resources than me? the system is fucking broken and we need to fix it.”

Sep 18, 2014 / 4,870 notes

Okay now, say it with me everyone;

squidsqueen:

Health is not a moral imperative.

The state of a person’s health does not define their worth or their success.

Being unhealthy is not an invitation for judgment or ridicule.

Framing health as an achievement is not only misguided, it is actively harmful.

Basing your respect for a person on the state of their health is violence.

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For a star to be born, there is one thing that must happen: a gaseous nebula must collapse.

So collapse.
Crumble.
This is not your destruction.

This is your birth.
Sep 18, 2014 / 553,374 notes

Math isn’t really science. You don’t do experiments, or collect and interpret data. You just manipulate a bunch of rules (axioms) and get a ‘proof’, an idea that will hold true forever.

When our cells divide, our DNA packs itself up into tighter and tighter coils. The study of how this packing occurs and what form it takes can be described using knot theory, and the same applies with sphere eversion.

Did you know that in a gathering of 6 or more people, there will be three that are either mutual friends or mutually don’t know each other? This is a basic result in Ramsey theory, the study of how and where order appears.

Do you know international shipping is actually a hard problem? The best route to take, delivering everything on time is a problem that sits on the intersection of combinatorics, computational complexity theory, graph theory (topology!!) and logistics. Tangentially, if you want to calculate the odds of getting a full house in poker, you use combinatorics (about 0.144%). If you want to know how long it will take a government to read your encrypted emails, thats roughly a computational complexity problem. If you want to run a successful dating website, or build the next Google, you better brush up on your graph theory.

The real world, and more generally, the universe is full of surprising interconnections between fields of knowledge. Mathematics is the search for pattern and order, for abstract, unchanging truths in so much chaos.

Whenever I catch myself thinking, “when will there ever be an application for this”, I remind myself that the universe is not confined by my lack of imagination.

Knight of Lambda (via rift-walk)

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Sep 18, 2014 / 477 notes
Sep 18, 2014 / 59,548 notes

darrynek:

Congratulations! Your PROCRASTINATION has evolved into Full Blown Apathy!

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My only regret is that I didn’t tell enough people to fuck off.
My 92 year old grandma.  (via forebidden)

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Sep 18, 2014 / 856,018 notes
Sep 18, 2014 / 258,378 notes

mygayshoes:

Today I saw a dude try to physically remove a teenage girl from the disabled seating on the train, complaining about his weak ankles and hypertension and how pathetic and discourteous youth were.

She literally threw her prosthetic leg at him.

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Sep 18, 2014 / 83 notes

tributary:

the language of social theory often seems so disconnected from reality. the struggles of real people don’t lend themselves well to being boiled down to -isms and -zations, and that’s not to say that theory doesn’t shed light and provide a framework, because it does. but trying to shoehorn everything into fitting in the realm of theory ignores complexity and the complaints of the people who make them.

Stop saying sorry. Say thank you instead. When you say, “sorry for being a jerk” the other person is forced to either call you a jerk or say it wasnt a big deal. Instead, say “thank you for being so being so patient with me” so the other person has a reason to say they love you.
I saw this gem on Reddit tonight.  It was posted under a topic of “What ‘little’ things you can do to improve your relationship with your significant other.”  I’m definitely taking this piece of advice with me into my next relationship. (via bbgrrl)

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Sep 18, 2014 / 135,224 notes
Sep 18, 2014 / 138,518 notes

coolslug:

just a heads up, if i ever weird you out on any level, too friendly, too flirty, anything at all, i encourage you to be very vocal towards me about it to make sure i dont continue to make you uncomfortable. i dont want anyone feeling like im not someone they can trust and be comfortable around.

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