I embarrass myself infront of myself

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Lavender thoughts by katia_st_st

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Rule 1: post the rules 

Rule 2: answer the questions the tagger asked you and make 11 new ones
Rule 3: tag 11 people and link them to your post
Rule 4: let them know you have tagged them

1. What DVD is in your DVD player right now?

 Nothing, but sitting on top is a dvd from Netflix that I keep forgetting I have, The White Queen Season 1 Disc 2.

2. Would you rather be able to fly for a day or be invisible for a day?

Invisible is tempting because I am noisy, but definitely fly. I always had dreams about it as a kid.

3. Do you have any interesting bruises or scars?

The only mildly interesting scar I have is from where I punched a wood paneled wall … twice. It got infected. I was drunk, and boy problems.

4. How many times have you moved house?

Ummmm, 9ish? I did not have the most stable childhood.

5. Where would you like to move to?

Somewhere English speaking so I don’t 1) fail miserably and embarrass myself with my poor language skills 2) alternately become that American asshole who doesn’t speak the language. 

6. Where is “home” for you?

In vague terms of place Portland. Otherwise anywhere that I am surrounded by my family (blood or chosen). Refer to the answer to question 4.

7. Ever been arrested?

No. A combination of good timing and an innocent looking face I think.

8. What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen?

I can’t think of anything off the top of my head, but  I know I have seen some weird shit so I am probably repressing things.

9. Ever come close to death?

Not in a medical crisis type of way, but there have been some incidents. Including this one:image

I was in the passenger seat as the truck spun out in a blizzard and hit a plow truck on the highway.

10. What is the weirdest band you listen to?

I wouldn’t say that any of the bands I actively listen to are weird. My eclectic taste in music might border on weird. I would not advise people to listen to my music on shuffle, it might be a bit jarring.

For example I just put it on shuffle and it went from Arctic Monkeys - Piledriver Waltz to Mere Khwabon Mein off the Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge soundtrack.

11. What is your favourite band?

I don’t like to pick a favorite because different bands suit different moods. However I have been listening to a lot of Arctic Monkeys and The Black Keys lately.

My Questions:

1) What is your weirdest/most obscure hobby/interest?

2) Would you rather spend one day as a world leader, or as a celebrity?

3) What is an unpopular food pairing/combination that you love or loved as a child?

4) What is the last physical CD that you bought?

5) What is the furthest you have been from home/your home town?

6) What popular band/musician do you find to be the most overrated?

7) What is your favorite movie villain?

8) What is the most accidental physical damage you have ever caused (to people or things)?

9) Recite a funny or embarrassing drunk moment.

10) What is the last thing you read for enjoyment?

11) What is the last thing you saw in theaters?


If I know you in real life, consider yourself tagged. Otherwise whoever wants to do it - do it.

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uh oh

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Fiery showers


Fiery showers


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I want to see a reality tv show where straight dudes have to read the shitty messages they send to women to their mothers.

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I hit my coworkers shoulder lightly and he was like “you’re going to make me cry like a girl” and I was like “what’s wrong with being a girl?” and he was quiet for a moment then he looked into the distance and whispered “the social standards they’re forced to live by”

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The 42,000 people living in Burlington, Vermont can now feel confident that when they turn on their TVs or power up their computers they are using renewable energy. With the purchase of the 7.4 megawatt Winooski One hydroelectric project earlier this month, the Burlington Electric Department now owns or contracts renewable sources — including wind, hydro, and biomass — equivalent to the city’s needs.

“We’re now in a position where we’re supplying Burlington residents with sources that are renewable,”said Ken Nolan, manager of power resources for Burlington Electric Department, earlier this month. “The prices are not tied to fossil fuels — they’re stable prices — and they provide us with the flexibility, from an environmental standpoint, to really react to any regulation or changes to environmental standards that come in the future.”

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They touch on something that most forget when thinking about renewable energy v. fossil fuels, volatility of cost. 

Renewable energy has zero fluctuations in price. There is no money used for fuel to create electricity, therefore there are no fluctuations in energy costs. Fossil Fuels, on the other hand, must be purchased at market value, which means that the cost to produce electricity can change. This leads to changes in the cost to consumers.

And when was the last time you have seen the cost of fossil fuels go down over the long term? 

Wouldn’t you rather have the cost of electricity to be constant rather than a continued escalation of prices?

-The Liberal Tony 

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A healthy relationship is one where two independent people just make a deal that they will help make the other person the best version of themselves.
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