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Apr 16th, 2014 @ 8:47 am

*Sandwiches are just great. A solid meal can really turn a bad day around. I like seeing our different cultures represented across the country.

Welcome to the United States of Good Sandwiches
What kind of sandwich are you having for lunch?
via good

*Sandwiches are just great. A solid meal can really turn a bad day around. I like seeing our different cultures represented across the country.

Welcome to the United States of Good Sandwiches

What kind of sandwich are you having for lunch?

via good

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Apr 15th, 2014 @ 9:19 pm

Can We Stop Using Freaking Fake Curse Words? | Thought Catalog         

You want to say fuck, you’re thinking fuck, but you type out freak. You’re not fooling anybody, and you’re not making the world a nicer place. You’re just making it a faker place. What’s the point of saying freaking? What do you think you’re accomplishing by peppering every noun in your vocabulary with the lamest of all adjectives?

I just get so fed up with the insincerity. And I hope I’m not coming across as too big of a dick here, I mean, I’m not trying to attack everyone guilty of using these unfortunately sugar-coated non-words. I get it, you might be just trying your best to be civil, to mind your manners.

Or, just say, “You’re fucking crazy,” but own it. Just be an adult about it. You want to curse? Fine. Like I said, who cares? Honestly, who really cares about curse words anyway? Don’t you ever think that they’re only powerful because we give them power? If moms and dads didn’t warn their kids never to curse, do you think there’d be such a strong desire to curse?

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@ 6:54 pm

The internet is fucked

*The Internet is so important. If we don’t act, it could lose it’s freedom and with it, so much potential.

So there’s the entire problem, expressed in four simple ideas: the internet is a utility, there is zero meaningful competition to provide that utility to Americans, all internet providers should be treated equally, and the FCC is doing a miserably ineffective job. The United States should lead the world in broadband deployment and speeds: we should have the lowest prices, the best service, and the most competition. We should have the freest speech and the loudest voices, the best debate and the soundest policy. We are home to the most innovative technology companies in the world, and we should have the broadband networks to match.

We should stop fucking it up.

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@ 4:30 pm

‘Fed Up’ Trailer: Sugar Kills

*The more information out there the better. Obviously Americans are living unhealthy lives. And our government is standing with the giant corporations to keep it that way. But we don’t want them telling us what we can and cannot eat. We want more options and education. 

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@ 2:00 pm

Zach Braff’s ‘Wish I Was Here’ Teaser Trailer

the film premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and was a real crowd pleaser — earning a standing ovation at the Premiere screening (it was one of my favorites of this year’s fest). Focus Features snapped up the distribution rights, and the movie is being released on July 25th, 2014.
via slashfilm

*I think this looks wonderful. If it’s half as good as Garden State, I’m all in. Not sure why it’s unpopular to like Braff but I really enjoy his work.

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@ 1:00 pm

*I wonder how much money the Federal Government could make by selling just 10% of the land it owns.

*I wonder how much money the Federal Government could make by selling just 10% of the land it owns.

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@ 10:31 am

In The Netherlands, There Are Now Glow-in-the-Dark Roads

*Cannot wait for this to come overseas.

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Apr 12th, 2014 @ 10:39 am


Isaac Asimov in conversation with Bill Moyers on science vs. religion, education, and the role of science fiction in society – a must-read. 
via explore-blog

Isaac Asimov in conversation with Bill Moyers on science vs. religion, education, and the role of science fiction in society – a must-read. 

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Apr 10th, 2014 @ 10:12 pm

“Nationalism does nothing but teach you to hate people you never met, and to take pride in accomplishments you had no part in.”

Doug Stanhope (via anarchei)

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Apr 9th, 2014 @ 2:22 pm

“I do not want to be left alone, nor do I think that the ideal libertarian world is one in which we all leave each other alone. I would much rather live in a world where my extended family, friends, and community do not leave me alone in my time of need, but instead feel some sort of commitment to help me. In turn, I hope they would not wish to be left alone, but rather would gladly accept my assistance if the tables were turned. A world in which we all leave each other alone seems more dystopian than utopian, even if it is also a world in which we are all free in the way libertarians wish.”

Steve Horwitz, on how libertarians’ “leave me alone” mantra should be directed solely at the state. (via hipsterlibertarian)

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