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theboondockstv:

Top Boondocks Quotes #10 (from various episodes - Colonel Stinkmeaner)

theboondockstv:

Top Boondocks Quotes #10 (from various episodes - Colonel Stinkmeaner)

1 day ago
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Test shot: Lunar Eclipse 2014 11:20 pm

Test shot: Lunar Eclipse 2014 11:20 pm

3 days ago
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You’re on earth. There’s no cure for that.
Samuel Beckett, from Endgame (via leotard-yeti)
1 week ago
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The problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.
illuminology:

Open your Third Eye.
Google Pineal Gland if you unfamiliar with the term and thank me later.

illuminology:

Open your Third Eye.

Google Pineal Gland if you unfamiliar with the term and thank me later.

4 days ago
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starllex:

this is my favorite post of all time

(Source: carlsagan, via pretendyoureinacave)

1 week ago
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ted:

theatlantic:

For Shame: The Giant Poster That Shows Drone Pilots the People They’re Bombing

A new project, initiated by a collective of artists from around the world including the French JR, has tried to reach the people pulling the trigger in America’s drone wars—the drone operators themselves.
It’s called “Not A Bug Splat,” and its gets its name from the term drone operators use for a successful “kill,” because—in the pixelated grayscale of the drone camera—ending a human life looks like squashing a bug.
Read more. [Image: Not a Bug Splat]


Such an incredible use of TEDPrize winner JR’s Inside Out project. After pasting thousands of portraits around the world, he encouraged other people to make the project their own. We love what they did with it.  
Read more about the ethics of drones here »

ted:

theatlantic:

For Shame: The Giant Poster That Shows Drone Pilots the People They’re Bombing

A new project, initiated by a collective of artists from around the world including the French JR, has tried to reach the people pulling the trigger in America’s drone wars—the drone operators themselves.

It’s called “Not A Bug Splat,” and its gets its name from the term drone operators use for a successful “kill,” because—in the pixelated grayscale of the drone camera—ending a human life looks like squashing a bug.

Read more. [Image: Not a Bug Splat]

Such an incredible use of TEDPrize winner JR’s Inside Out project. After pasting thousands of portraits around the world, he encouraged other people to make the project their own. We love what they did with it.  

Read more about the ethics of drones here »

1 week ago
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