1. pussycat-scribbles:

    This was so much fun to draw :D I love this screencap (from sailormoonscreencaps) and have been meaning to re-draw it for a while!

  2. whoistorule:

oh thank god you know I actually googled it?  and all I saw was legitimate news sources reporting on it because in our age of internet journalism no one fucking fact checks anymore

    whoistorule:

    oh thank god you know I actually googled it?  and all I saw was legitimate news sources reporting on it because in our age of internet journalism no one fucking fact checks anymore

  3. realniggaannouncements:

    I had a dream last night that Jesus finally resurrected and when white people found out he wasn’t white they arrested him for 2000 something years of tax evasion  

    • judge: why did you kill that man
    • me: it's a metaphor
    • judge: oh....ok lol
  4. My skin has turned to porcelain, to ivory, to steel.

  5. amplifyme:

Arya and the Hound by ChaoyuanXu
  6. I can finally pay a visit to my little sister.

  7. Our culture is saturated with sex. Shopping is the national pastime. Although Americans are not entirely passive politically, we are largely content with the status quo, we are largely free from envy and resentment, the major political parties are copies of each other, and a 1930s style depression seems unimaginable to most of us. Depression in both its senses is becoming unimaginable.
    — Richard Posner; Orwell Versus Huxley: Economics, Technology, Privacy, and Satire
  8. Charismatic political leadership—the most dangerous kind—depends on the leader’s ability to control public information about himself or herself. If leaders lose that ability—if they lose their “privacy”—their mystique, and with it their power, erodes. The same technological advances that have made it costly for private persons to protect their privacy have, by making government more transparent, made it more costly for public officials to conceal bad acts—including snooping into the private affairs of the citizenry. Secrecy, in short, is a “bad” as well as a good, and so the net effect on social welfare of making secrecy more costly to maintain is difficult to assess.
    — Richard Posner; Orwell Versus Huxley: Economics, Technology, Privacy, and Satire
  9. wildlinging:

    all men must die.

  10. Anonymous asked: Are you programmed to ignore paradoxes?
    zdk13eros replied:

    Yes, I am.

  11. edgebug:

    sincerely, a person who has been on prozac for 9 years

    this is in response to some shitty stuff i’ve seen on my dash recently. it’s super simplified, so if you’d like to know some more indepth stuff on how exactly it works, google it—OR BETTER YET actually talk to a mental health doctor psychiatrist person wow