kabukilogical:

The SARCASTIC ASHTRAY
nevver:

The Internet takes over the World
randomhajile:

have not posted art in a while. here is some guest starring itsasecrettoever and iamagiantfaggot

randomhajile:

have not posted art in a while. here is some guest starring itsasecrettoever and iamagiantfaggot

"High-tech civilizing missions, like Patrick McConlogue’s adoption of Leo, rely on two common assumptions. The first is an unwavering belief in the virtues of self-help over just being helpful. The second is the idea that technology can solve almost anything. By this logic, the onus is on the homeless person to hack the system—to gain entry into polite society and adapt to its ways. Such a worldview cannot acknowledge that polite society may have played a large part in contributing to the homeless person’s plight. Nor does this philosophy hold that humans deserve homes. It’s worth noting that during the tenure of New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg—a data-crazy technocrat if there ever was one—homelessness shot up by 73 percent, according to the Coalition for the Homeless, in part because he tried to remove incentives for people to use public assistance and, instead of making it easier to find housing, made New Yorkers jump through hoops to secure a temporary and often crumbling roof over their heads. Homelessness is a statistically confounding problem—a perfect example of when the politics of upward redistribution trump math and reason. There is a glut of housing in this country—by Amnesty International USA’s count, there are five empty homes in the United States for every person who lacks one—and yet some 3.5 million people inhabit streets, shelters, or whatever refuge they can find. The paradox of homelessness is reminiscent of another equally absurd problem: hunger. Tons upon tons of food get thrown out every day, most of it perfectly edible, yet according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 49 million people, including 8.3 million children, were living in food-insecure households in 2012."
hrvst:

numbnumbclub:

nemoi:

beso:

subdub:

yellowblog:

hishochi:

voqn:

MCSG SYM - rosarosa:
 karlmcbee:
 t-s-k-b:
twosocksさんの旅行ブログ »…

hrvst:

numbnumbclub:

nemoi:

beso:

subdub:

yellowblog:

hishochi:

voqn:

MCSG SYM - rosarosa:


karlmcbee:


t-s-k-b:

twosocksさんの旅行ブログ »…

sizvideos:

Drive Recklessly - Video

motionaday:

Saturday : cislv

motionaday:

Saturday : cislv

matthen:

The bending of a light ray depends only on the angle it hits the lens, and not on the thickness of the glass. This means thick lenses can be made thinner, as shown here.  This is called a Fresnel lens, and is used to make magnifying sheets as well as in lighthouses. [more] [video] [code]

matthen:

The bending of a light ray depends only on the angle it hits the lens, and not on the thickness of the glass. This means thick lenses can be made thinner, as shown here.  This is called a Fresnel lens, and is used to make magnifying sheets as well as in lighthouses. [more] [video] [code]

restinpeaches:

tamagotchi sonic is so cute omg

video

oldmanyellsatcloud:

gentlemanbones:

the-thought-emporium-imperial:

Just push play.

Please watch this video. It’s very important.

"Oh, hey, this is actually a topic I find really interOH.”

zakeno:

Rambunctious country coyote girl who loves playing hard rock anthems on her banjolele and eating trash!

hrvst:

shinoddddd:

motomocomo:

otsune:

furaibou:

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