goin’ crazy with the gotham narrow bold.

12 Aug 2014 / 6 notes / productivity 

haha women who disagree with my ideology are like these dumb trees.

haha women who disagree with my ideology are like these dumb trees.

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7 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from hungry-horny-feminist with 32,894 notes / sick burns 

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5 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from baruchobramowitz with 76,758 notes / the future 

weirdvintage:

Woman with lobsters, c. 1940s (by Leslie Jones, via)

weirdvintage:

Woman with lobsters, c. 1940s (by Leslie Jones, via)

5 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from weirdvintage with 314 notes

freemarketliberal:

I see this sign about five days a week.  Ralph Smeed is one of the reasons Idaho is great.  

freemarketliberal:

I see this sign about five days a week.  Ralph Smeed is one of the reasons Idaho is great.  

5 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from freemarketliberal with 67 notes

sesamestreet:

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sesamestreet:

Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace

Yip yip yip yip yip yip yip

4 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from baruchobramowitz with 5,243 notes

"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything."

Charles Darwin, 1 October, 1861  (via cathedralofdeadbolts)

Darwin would have fit in well on Tumblr

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3 Aug 2014 / Reblogged from cadburycrazed with 4,147 notes

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31 Jul 2014 / Reblogged from fuckyeah1990s with 10,469 notes / gpoy 

"

A decline in courage may be the most striking feature that an outside observer notices in the West today.

The Western world has lost its civic courage, both as a whole and separately, in each country, in each government, in each political party, and, of course, in the United Nations. Such a decline in courage is particularly noticeable among the ruling and intellectual elites, causing an impression of a loss of courage by the entire society. There are many courageous individuals, but they have no determining influence on public life.

Political and intellectual functionaries exhibit this depression, passivity, and perplexity in their actions and in their statements, and even more so in their self-serving rationales as to how realistic, reasonable, and intellectually and even morally justified it is to base state policies on weakness and cowardice. And the decline in courage, at times attaining what could be termed a lack of manhood, is ironically emphasized by occasional outbursts and inflexibility on the part of those same functionaries when dealing with weak governments and with countries that lack support, or with doomed currents which clearly cannot offer resistance. But they get tongue-tied and paralyzed when they deal with powerful governments and threatening forces, with aggressors and international terrorists.

Should one point out that from ancient times decline in courage has been considered the beginning of the end?

"

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Harvard University address (1978)

31 Jul 2014 / 1 note / courage 

an-art-gallery:

Colossus
Francisco Goya

an-art-gallery:

Colossus

Francisco Goya

30 Jul 2014 / Reblogged from an-art-gallery with 188 notes