Freitag, September 19, 2014

myneighbortoronto:

bulbyvulgaris:

astronomydomino:

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haha

wow this young goth dude just owned trent reznor

(Quelle: kindadriftingintotheabstract)

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inconsolable-grief:

i’m applying to write music reviews for a local youth news weekly, and if you wanna learn just how bad at foresight good old grief is, know that I never once saved a review i wrote for the station, not even the ones i liked, as if i would never have to use one as a writing sample

Update: I just read every single one of my rym reviews. None could be respectfully published

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i’m applying to write music reviews for a local youth news weekly, and if you wanna learn just how bad at foresight good old grief is, know that I never once saved a review i wrote for the station, not even the ones i liked, as if i would never have to use one as a writing sample

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I am tired of the environment on LinkedIn! I am tried of being viewed as nothing but a set of skills, I am a person! This place is toxic. This place should be blown off the face of the earth. that’s it. You know what? I’m leaving. This is it. If anyone wants to keep in contact, hit me up for my skype. Good fucking riddance

[three days later]

Welp, I’m back. I just can’t seem to leave this jump. So…. anyone got a job offer?

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pugteeth:

(me to the thunder outside my window): I know

(via rivergarbage)

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Ook! is a programming language designed to be understood by orangutans. According to the design specification, the language has only three syntax elements (“Ook.” “Ook?” “Ook!”), and it “has no need of comments. The code itself serves perfectly well to describe in detail what it does and how it does it. Provided you are an orang-utan.”

This example prints the phrase “Hello world”:

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“Um, that’s it. That’s the whole language. What do you expect for something usable by orang-utans?”

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I am so confused

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fun Louisa is sinking into the Gulf of Mexico fact:

according to US law, Louisiana’s state borders will remain the same no matter what happens to its coastlands, meaning that if none of the harmful practices that are destroying Louisiana’s coast are changed, a large portion of the Gulf with technically fall under Louisiana jurisdiction, and certain parts of the expanding peninsula past New Orleans will be part of neither Louisiana or the US, meaning that, conceivably, given enough time, wealthier residents of the underwater city of New Orleans can purchase land outside of any country’s jurisdiction and build nice, utopianly lawless pleasure domes there

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rtamerica:

Inspired by Scotland: Quarter of Americans want their states to secede from US

Scotland may not have followed in Sir William Wallace’s footsteps to free itself from its English bonds, but that hasn’t stopped nearly a quarter of Americans from a little bravehearted hope of their states seceding from the US.

A Reuters/Ipsos poll sought to see if Thursday’s Scottish independence referendum ‒ which failed ‒ inspired Americans to dream of secession from the United States. According to the results, 23.9 percent of those surveyed either strongly supported or tended to support the idea of their state breaking away from the union. 

(via non-real-entities)

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Brawl is taking so long to download that I’m considering applying for jobs

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X-Files : I Want To Believe - Metal Long Sleeve Tee Shirt

post-terrified:

its taking so much willpower to not pay 27$ (includ. shipping) for this

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Sept. 19 12:25 pm
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1) I am downloading the smash Bros demo
2) I am underemployed

These are related.

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Admission: I wasn’t Asking fr a friend, I was asking for me. There’s a lit publication called Midwestern gothic and it’s my goal to be published in that mag

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Are koi ponds particularly gothic? Specifically black bottomed koi ponds with blood red fish that seem to slither against people’s legs. Asking for a friend. Major thanks

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beeeinyourbonnet no, I just work there. I wish I went to school there, but I didn’t apply and can’t until January.

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