Read the Printed Word! Nerd? I Prefer "Intellectual Bad Ass"
April202014
1AM

It was brought to my attention today, by my lovely group of peers, that I seem to have a fear of commitment.
Apparently I can’t make decisions because I don’t like concluding things and forsaking my other options. This is also why I apparently say the wrong thing when I’m around boys who are good for me and why I chase unrealistic futures as subconsciously, I know them to be unpractical and can blame their failure on a lack of luck, and not my own commitment-phobia.
When the hell did I befriend all these psychoanalyzing people…?

12AM
rupsidaisy:

literallysokka:

patrickdehahn:

Teen schools the United States government, boom. 

The Federal and State Governments switching to Garamond from Times would save $400 million of taxpayer money annually
And a fourteen year old figured this out

this is the funniest thing in the world

rupsidaisy:

literallysokka:

patrickdehahn:

Teen schools the United States government, boom. 

The Federal and State Governments switching to Garamond from Times would save $400 million of taxpayer money annually

And a fourteen year old figured this out

this is the funniest thing in the world

(via the-humdrum-gatsby)

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(Source: umq, via rainfellthatnight)

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myshabrolins:

Photo Credit: 

(via 8infinity8)

April192014
betomad:

Cameron. photo by Cameron Gardner

betomad:

Cameron. photo by Cameron Gardner

(via definitelyjk)

4PM

bobbycaputo:

The Luxton brothers recreate their childhood pictures with terrific results

(via the-humdrum-gatsby)

1PM
nanodash:

Wheee fractals!
This is a Koch Snowflake. You draw a triangle, then you split each line into thirds and with the middle third you draw a new equilateral triangle. then rinse and repeat.
Something cool about it is, because of the way it’s designed, it’s a finite area bound by an infinite perimeter!
Countries also have a fractalish nature, take a look at a global map, then at much closer coastline map and see the ever increasing complexity.

nanodash:

Wheee fractals!

This is a Koch Snowflake. You draw a triangle, then you split each line into thirds and with the middle third you draw a new equilateral triangle. then rinse and repeat.

Something cool about it is, because of the way it’s designed, it’s a finite area bound by an infinite perimeter!

Countries also have a fractalish nature, take a look at a global map, then at much closer coastline map and see the ever increasing complexity.

1PM
“Nobody will ever love you as much as an artist can. On your worst days, they will find poetry in the knots of your hair.” That Could Have Been Me (k.p.k). (via nyu-tah)

(Source: towritepoems, via jake501)

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did-you-kno:

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The more and more I’m on this cite, the more and more I think I need to  go live in canada.

did-you-kno:

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The more and more I’m on this cite, the more and more I think I need to go live in canada.

(via the-humdrum-gatsby)

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