"Now that homosexuality is going mainstream, the homos are feeling a lot of pressure to fit into the hetero mold. Somehow, embracing the established norms of monogamy and legal marriage makes us feel ‘more equal.’ We’re having to ask ourselves— just because it’s available, should we conform?"
2:00 pm • 21 March 2014 • 3,204 notes
my little sister just started laughing a lot and then stops, wipes her eyes, and goes
”’ahhh, leonardo decaprisun”’ omfg
1:00 pm • 21 March 2014 • 105,086 notes
“Early each day on a road trip, you put on clean clothes. Later, you put on your cleanest clothes. Finally, you just put on different clothes.”
— Steve Inskeep @nprinskeep/NPR (via nprontheroad)
12:00 pm • 21 March 2014 • 538 notes
That awkward moment when Eric Cartman is more tolerant and enlightened than the majority of people.
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11:00 am • 21 March 2014 • 63,202 notes
Pierre Balmain, 1950s
Les Arts Décoratifs
4:00 pm • 20 March 2014 • 525 notes
The Internet Turns 25
Sure, at 25, the Internet finally donned a dress shirt and started to make a shitload of money for some of the assholes who use it correctly, but the past decade of its short and storied life has been marred by over-sharing and a heavy porn addiction (porn accounts for probably somewhere between 4 and 37 percent of the Internet).
And what’s with the whole allowing of the NSA to spy on it, not to mention the scrapping of net neutrality? Does the Internet not have any self-respect? Did we not raise it correctly? We don’t even know if we can trust its lighter side anymore. I should’ve said something when it started coming home in 2005 reeking of cigarettes, whiskey, and cheap memes. Honestly, ever since it started hanging around that shady Mark Zuckerberg character it hasn’t been the same.
I wrote this!
1:00 pm • 20 March 2014 • 48 notes
some drag queens are a much better influence in young girls than some teen queen pop stars out there.
this was perfect
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11:00 am • 20 March 2014 • 269,887 notes
Doctor saves child’s life by practicing heart surgery on 3D-printed model
Heart surgery is an extremely difficult procedure. Even more so when the tiny anatomy of a small child is involved. When 14-month old Roland Lian Cung Bawi’s heart was failing him, his surgeon Erle Austin knew that he had to prepare meticulously for an intricate operation. Initially he consulted other surgeons, but this yielded conflicting advice. So Austin turned to 3D printing for help.
Using the facilities at the University of Louisville’s engineering school, Austin and his medical team produced a three dimensional model of little Ronald’s heart. Pediatric operations are difficult because the interior structures of a child’s organs are small and hard to see clearly. This model allowed the surgical team to come up with a precise plan to limit the amount of exploratory incisions, reduce operating time and prevent the need for follow-up operations.
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Fuck. This is important.
3D printers are turning out to be the biggest medical breakthrough I’ve heard of in a long fucking time
11:53 pm • 19 March 2014 • 68,452 notes
i wonder if this person just works at mcdonalds and saw a perfect opportunity for internet fame
11:38 pm • 19 March 2014 • 377,029 notes
still one of the best things ive ever seen.
slaughter melon reporting for duty.
m a n g ERI NE
too good to not reblog
How can I not reblog slaughtermelon?
isn’t bombegranite cucumber an actor
I knew that was coming
4:00 pm • 19 March 2014 • 393,916 notes