bostonxdickstrangler:

Still relevant. 

bostonxdickstrangler:

Still relevant. 

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ultrafacts:

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pilgrimkitty:

narcomanic:

narcomanic:

i’m pretty sure this twitter account is how sexting works in night vale

i mean really

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what is going on here

Night Vale sexts!

(via molly-ren)

newshour:

"Prairie Home Companion" just celebrated 40 years. 
Garrison Keillor, creator and star of the public radio show, created the following limerick in honor of the milestone moment:
"Forty years is a long time to thriveAnd not take that long painful (dive)Stay low to the ground,Let the earth go round,And you’ll soon arrive at 45!”

newshour:

"Prairie Home Companion" just celebrated 40 years. 

Garrison Keillor, creator and star of the public radio show, created the following limerick in honor of the milestone moment:

"Forty years is a long time to thrive
And not take that long painful (dive)
Stay low to the ground,
Let the earth go round,
And you’ll soon arrive at 45!”

"I wonder what it is about the personal and the confessional in writing that brings out the critical pitchforks and knives, aimed at everything but the writer’s actual words — particularly regarding the truth about women’s lives. It’s a double-edged sword, it seems: women, particularly women in their 20s, do have a quick road to publishing success when they are writing about their young and modern lives, particularly when there is the whiff of sex or scandal."

— Elisabeth Donnelly, Why Does Women’s Confessional Writing Get People So Riled Up? (via flavorpill)

nevver:

Dieter Rams

If My Dog Could Talk

  • Dog: WAT DOING
  • Me: Nothing. I just stood up.
  • Dog: WHERE GO
  • Me: I'm literally walking 3 feet away. I'm not even leaving the room.
  • Dog: CAN I COME
  • Me: I mean sure but I'm literally just-
  • Dog: I COME TOO
  • Dog: WAT DOING
  • Me: I need to open this door.
  • Dog: I HALP
  • Me: No but you're in front of the door. Move please.
  • Dog: I HALP
  • Me: Sigh.
  • Dog: WHERE GOING
  • Me: I am going right back to the exact place I was sitting a second ago.
  • Dog: CAN I COME
  • Me: Sure.
  • Dog: I SIT IN LAP
  • Me: No please don't you are-
  • Dog: I SIT IN LAP
  • Me: No there's no room and-
  • Dog: LAP
  • Me: No, sit on the floor and I'll pet you.
  • Dog: RIGHT HERE
  • Me: That's literally on top of my leg.
  • Dog: IT'S PERFECT PET ME
  • Me: I am petting you. One second, let me just grab my glass-
  • Dog: PET ME PET ME PET ME PET ME
  • Me: I literally am petting you, I just needed a drink-
  • Dog: PET ME PET ME PET ME PET ME
  • Me: I AM
  • Dog: I SIT IN LAP
  • Dog: PET ME PET ME PET ME
  • Dog: HOLD SLOBBER TOY
  • Dog: SNEEZE IN UR FACE
  • Me: .......
cracked:

But…but…but everyone said it a lot…
6 Creepy Brainwashing Techniques You Can Use Today

#6. Repeating Your Opinion Makes People Believe It, No Matter How Stupid It Is
It’s just the way human social behavior works — if a message is repeated enough times, others will begin to accept it as a commonly held belief in the group. In fact, studies have found that if just one person repeats the same opinion three times, it has a whopping 90 percent chance of converting three different people in the group to have the same opinion. Holy shit, that’s how both politics and conspiracy theories work, isn’t it? Researchers at the University of Michigan have come to call the phenomenon memory distortion, and it’s basically a brain glitch where the interplay of repetition and assumption makes us form our beliefs around whatever opinion is the most familiar to us.

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cracked:

But…but…but everyone said it a lot…

6 Creepy Brainwashing Techniques You Can Use Today

#6. Repeating Your Opinion Makes People Believe It, No Matter How Stupid It Is

It’s just the way human social behavior works — if a message is repeated enough times, others will begin to accept it as a commonly held belief in the group. In fact, studies have found that if just one person repeats the same opinion three times, it has a whopping 90 percent chance of converting three different people in the group to have the same opinion. Holy shit, that’s how both politics and conspiracy theories work, isn’t it? Researchers at the University of Michigan have come to call the phenomenon memory distortion, and it’s basically a brain glitch where the interplay of repetition and assumption makes us form our beliefs around whatever opinion is the most familiar to us.

Read More

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