Anonymous asked: I seriously can't even believe this.. they're STILL giving free stuff away at TUMBLRSTAFF(.)COM and it worked for my sister. Did you do it yet?
lol i just sent an angry ask to someone and saw this notification pop up so i was bracing myself for a response and then i got this.
This tastes like I’m being tucked into bed by my grandmother.
kd: idk what is in the picture on the package though. raisins??? what isss thattt
david: black beans?
david: i don’t know why you’d add either of those things to a perfectly good soup but whatever
kd: that only sounds a tiny bit more appetizing than raisins
kd: it’s still wrong
david: idk if that’s what it is
david: coffee beans? chocolate covered peanuts?
david: who knows
kd: all of these are things that don’t belong in tomato soup
#50 shades of why
(Source: vicewithavice, via saucysoullesskangaroo)
These other-worldly coronas of light are a result of the Kopp Etchells Effect.
When the conditions are just right in the deserts of Afghanistan, sand in the air strikes titanium/nickel abrasion strips in the rotors of Chinook Helicopters.
Desert Halos: The Kopp Etchells Effect
Photo by U.S. Army/Sgt. Mike MacLeod, via The Atlantic In Focus
This is a slightly more minimalist depiction of Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon drawn with the steadiest hand in the state! Kara from Lark Street Tattoos in Albany, NY. The “panopticon” is a prison design that lets the guards get a 360 degree view of the prisoners while the prisoners cannot see whether or not the guard tower is staffed. Thus, everyone always acts as if they are being watched. Michele Foucault used Bentham’s panopticon as a metaphor for how the state exacts discipline on its citizens.