Photo 17 Apr 668 notes wickedknickers:

1920s postcard

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1920s postcard

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Link 16 Apr 1 note Domino Pressure»

So I finally got into the top ten for this game and I’m a little too proud of it (I’m Mudd2247).

Photo 16 Apr 627 notes ilovecharts:

Should you ask a question during seminar?

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Should you ask a question during seminar?

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Paths to Crippling Anxiety
Photo 16 Apr No spring holiday is complete without the opening and closing of the ceremonial cloaca. [x]

No spring holiday is complete without the opening and closing of the ceremonial cloaca. [x]

Link 15 Apr Hymen Shop - Artificial Hymen for only $29.95 with FREE Worldwide Delivery!»

Well, my Christmas shopping is done.

Link 15 Apr The Ultimate Warrior died from heart disease»

So, who can name the last Professional Wrestler didn’t die of complications related to steroids?

Photo 15 Apr 116 notes screengoddess:

Nancy Guild 1947 - The Brasher Doubloon

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Nancy Guild 1947 - The Brasher Doubloon

Text 15 Apr

So I was watching Kingdom on Netflix, a lovely show from the BBC staring Stephen Fry as a small town lawyer.  It’s just as charming as it sounds.

It just disappeared from Netflix, marking one of the main things I hate about streaming and digital media.  I never really feel like I own it.  I can’t watch it any time.  And, more importantly, any time they feel like removing it, it’s just gone.  No warning, no nothing.

I hate to complain about this but I’m really uncomfortable with the way absolutely everything is moving to digital distribution, wrestling even more control away from the customer that is parting with their hard earned money.  A couple of weeks ago our computer crashed and wouldn’t turn back on and we were completely without music.  Timely things I don’t mind, because it would be unreasonable to expect hard media for things like podcasts, or twitter which is to communication what a fart is to a good meal.  And I do like how digital distribution has allowed small time outfits to subvert the system and not need the approval of a distributor to get there work to the people (I wouldn’t have access to MC Frontalot or Greydon Square otherwise).  But with that ease of access comes giving up some control, which is fine when it is voluntary.  I’m just worried the option will disappear.  I’m fine paying a couple bucks more because it is more expensive to make a CD and ship it than it is to just download it, because when my computer crashes I still own a working CD player.

Just, Dammit, I was only a few episodes away from finishing Kingdom and I just started watching it again!!!!!!

Photo 15 Apr 11,007 notes theonion:

FBI Uncovers Al-Qaeda Plot To Just Sit Back And Enjoy Collapse Of United States
via The Onion.
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