I’m pretty lucky to know Chris Ward.
Lifehack: Make love AND war.
Life is so amazingly better if you’re not one of the dicks.
Our Keurig machine broke at work, so I put a sticker on the machine warning people. Then I realized it still worked, so I added another one.
I came back to find someone had added to it.
"I am broken. But you’re going to go on, Rose, because you’re strong. (Seriously, it still works.)"
”((Pour me like one of your French Roasts))”
Goodbye, office am not for sale! Me unhappy to not show you space!
Despite all my rage I am still holding cats on a page
Thought that was Dr. Evil holy shit
Disarm you with a smile and an armful of adorable cats.
There are so many reasons I want this to be real, but primarily so that I can toast the copywriter who got to use that headline.
Ken Ham: NASA Is Pointless Because Aliens Are Going to Hell Anyway -
Ken Ham, the young-Earth creationist minister who had his ass gently-but-firmly handed to him in a debate with Bill Nye earlier this year, has had it with “the desperate and fruitless search for extraterrestrial life.” Aliens can’t be real, because the Bible says Earth is special. And if they are real, they’re all going to hell.
Love the logic that says aliens inherited Adam’s sin, but not his redemption, because they’re not his descendents.
Ken, pick any goofy credo you want, but at least keep your internal story structure consistent.
Lt. Col. David Couvillon was tasked with governing the Wasit Province of Iraq, and the learning curve was steep.
8 Things I Learned as an American Ruling an Iraqi Province
#8. The Job of “Governor” Comes With Precisely Zero Training
"We mobilized in February of 2003 and [were] assigned to Task Force Tarawa. I organized our rolling stock into a convoy to a place called Al-Kut. I got off the first airplane and went looking for General Natonski. He said, ‘Col. Couvillon, I’m glad you’re here.’ I knew something was wrong because he pronounced my name right. ‘You’re the governor now.’"
…So I asked, ‘What does that mean?’
“‘You’re the governor; anything that happens is your responsibility.’”
“‘I get that, but what do I do?’
“‘Anything that happens, you’re responsible for.’ That was the extent of my training.”
The Most Terrifying Television
McKinney’s speaking truth to an absurd world.
Originally posted on Luke Writes What You Read:
The scariest television I ever watched wasn’t a horror movie. Horror movies tend to be technical exercises, evaluating the special effects like a gymnastics judge in the Gorelympics. “4.5 points from the Cenobite judge in the 100 meters catch fire and run screaming before decapitation; good…
View On WordPress
Jack White played Dick Dale’s “Misirlou” at a show in Louisville this weekend. That’s the song that plays over the opening credits of ‘Pulp Fiction’ if the name isn’t familiar. It’s good times. You should watch it. Click here to skip directly to the ‘Pulp Fiction’ song.
Fun fact: Misirlou is at least 90 years old! You might not recognize it a lot of the time, since Dick Dale really put his Deltonian spin on it, but dig it. It’s even (debatably) the theme from HBO’s ROME:
This is the first step of any strategy.
(Source: visualvibs, via willis2zorroargento)
I am a Chicago Tribune "Fine Line" finalist -
The click poll closes at noon Friday: Which of these tweets do you think is the funniest?