things from some dude

This will be where I put things. What kind of things? WHO THE HELL KNOWS.

I did some preliminary checking and there’s no Count Dracula, Count Chocula, or even Count Von Count on my flight, so the misty fog remains unexplained.

But I feel refreshed and my face looks three years younger so I’ve got THAT going for me.

Which is nice.

Apparently Delta offers a new sleep aid on domestic flights.

likeapairofbottlerockets:

Killer Mike is fucking awesome.

Watch this.

(via brilliantorange)

thisistheglamorous:

Run the Jewels - Blockbuster Night Part 1

The arsenal on display in Ferguson is not the arsenal of riot control. In a town whose population is 67 percent black while its police force is 94 percent white, we are dealing with something more insidious, both locally and as a nation. We are dealing with an arsenal of racial oppression. It’s time we look it in the face, in all its awful detail. It’s time we call it by its name. And it’s time we finally do what we were tasked to do over a half century ago. It’s time we challenge, transcend and extinguish it.

GPOYW - Traffic Face Edition

scottfriday:

i’m a sucker for a good card trick, and this one’s really good.

I have no doubt that hanging with Willie Nelson would be a blast.

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The interesting thing about this picture is that it is NOT from Ferguson, MO. It is from the Bundy Standoff in Nevada. 
Not to belittle all the details, but in one situation, we have armed citizens and snipers with guns pointed at authorities, and in the other situation, we have armed authorities and snipers with guns pointed at unarmed citizens.
While, yes the 1st Amendment is not an area, it is highly important to look at the stark differences between these two situations, and why these differences exist.

The interesting thing about this picture is that it is NOT from Ferguson, MO. It is from the Bundy Standoff in Nevada. 

Not to belittle all the details, but in one situation, we have armed citizens and snipers with guns pointed at authorities, and in the other situation, we have armed authorities and snipers with guns pointed at unarmed citizens.

While, yes the 1st Amendment is not an area, it is highly important to look at the stark differences between these two situations, and why these differences exist.

(via nicknameless)