80 Words/Minute

Apr 11

[video]

Apr 04

tokyo-fashion:

Harajuku street snap model Misaki Tokyo.

Aiiiiiite fine, fine, you win.

tokyo-fashion:

Harajuku street snap model Misaki Tokyo.

Aiiiiiite fine, fine, you win.

(Source: yorephoto)

Mar 27

[video]

Mar 26


MUTHA. FUCKIN. CLOYSTER.GETYOBITCH ASS OUT HEREAND SAY. IT. TO. MAH. FAYCE.

Crab hammer don’t play

MUTHA. FUCKIN. CLOYSTER.
GET
YO
BITCH
ASS 
OUT
HERE
AND SAY. IT. TO. MAH. FAYCE.

Crab hammer don’t play

(Source: wifiguy1010, via synthetic-synesthesia)

Mar 22

Mar 18

scifi-images:


Source: http://cosmicwolfstorm.tumblr.com/
http://cosmicwolfstorm.tumblr.com/post/76721480020

More Sci-Fi pictures at my tumblr http://scifi-images.tumblr.com

Yes.

scifi-images:

Source: http://cosmicwolfstorm.tumblr.com/ http://cosmicwolfstorm.tumblr.com/post/76721480020

More Sci-Fi pictures at my tumblr http://scifi-images.tumblr.com

Yes.

Vocation

There will come a time when there is something important that only you can do. Your job: be ready when it comes.

Mar 15

Political Figures Get Fabulous: 6 Drag Queen Make-Overs -

Now Kim Jong Un can join SNSD.

jmaddrox66:

Sorry, Bill. 

loooooool

jmaddrox66:

Sorry, Bill.

loooooool

1 sentence descriptions of different Anime

theworstroom:

San Francisco, CA. $175.00/week
"Welcome to our guest tent" 
"It’s furnished with a single airbed"
"This rental is limited to one person"

This is my future.

theworstroom:

San Francisco, CA. $175.00/week

"Welcome to our guest tent" 

"It’s furnished with a single airbed"

"This rental is limited to one person"

This is my future.

Mar 14

In French, we call this “hittin it.”

In French, we call this “hittin it.”

(via championnemtl)

Why Debate?

One of my favorite things about debate is that I’m protected by the game itself.

White pieces, black pieces… Positions are simply sides chosen by a coin toss before the round begins. The goal is not to be righteous or understanding; the goal is winning. That alone is a beautiful thing.

Debate is a stage play. I’m an actor, the round is my scene, the resolution is my script, and my position is my character. I’ll play my character the best that I can, as will my opposition. Orbiting around the resolution, that interaction is our brief one hour scene. When it’s over, we shake hands and walk away, knowing full well that had our roles been flipped, we would fight freely against whatever causes we had just championed. Our ascribed roles became real during the the round. After that, they are simply positions, nothing more, nothing less.

Aside from following proper protocol, I’m not directly responsible for the arguments I spew in round. I don’t need to feel guilty about using my education, social background, or cultural affluence to outmaneuver my opponent. Anything goes - if I can defend it, I can use it. Yes, there are debate standards (fairness, education, blah blah blah), but those can also be manipulated “interpreted” in my favor. Here, creativity, competition, and language coalesce into brutal verbal sport, and as in all sports, exploiting advantages reflects more on my playstyle than my ethics.

Overall, debate lets me become a ruthless, unforgiving devil’s advocate and fully enjoy every moment of it. I can spend my day vouching for human extinction, abolishing legal protections for minorities and women, and substantially defunding public education, then go home and sleep at night believing that I am a decent human being. By separating myself from my speaking abilities, I can embrace ideas that I would never consider otherwise. Whether or not those positions hold merit doesn’t really matter - it’s just pretty damn fun.

Mar 13

[video]