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bowtied:

kyles-hetalian-test-tubicles:

kyles-hetalian-test-tubicles:

I’ve been seeing this going around. Something is hacking into people’s accounts and posting these “get rich quick” schemes into their blogs.

If you see something like this on your dash, DON’T CLICK THE LINKS.

I don’t know enough about the situation as to whether or not it’s safe to visit the person’s blog and tell them they’ve been hacked or what. I have no idea if the hacking program changes people’s passwords too.

If this ever happens to me, I’d probably have to make a new account or something.

I’m just putting this out here to warn people, so please spread the word.

Please someone help signal boost this

(ooc: I saw this being posted by one of my followers and sent them a message about it, and I’m assuming they got it fixed because they responded and thanked me for the heads up and deleted the posts. They said they changed their password, so if you see this IT IS OKAY TO LET THEM KNOW THAT SOMETHING IS UP WITH THEIR ACCOUNT.

Just as a heads up.)

trickstersgambit:

landofravenclawandkiba:

vegasmagician:

darckcarnival:

Made Rebloggable by request.

darck this is incredible?? like WOW

this needs to be on my blog so I can reference it to Romney supporters around me

Not just to the Romney supporters around me, but the Obama haters. He’s only had four years people. He can’t clean up eight years of shit in four years of hard work. Let’s keep him in and hope Romney doesn’t run again next election, K?

alexandraerin:

Top Ten Bad Signs for Romney

  1. The Fraternal Order of Police has refused to endorse Romney for president. This is the first time for 98 years they don’t have a favored candidate. Romney’s support of Wisconsin-style gutting of state labor unions (like. uh, the FOP) rather put them off.

  2. After saying Sunday that he liked parts of Obamacare, including the coverage of preexisting conditions, Romney was forced by his handlers to backtrack. Now he says market forces will take care of that group of 88 million people.

  3. The Romney campaign appears to have ripped off Barack Obama’s web site.

  4. Romney told his supporters that President Obama has a secret plan to take the phrase “In God we Trust” off the US currency. Is this the moment, one Reddit.com user asked, that Romney’s campaign jumped the shark?

  5. Romney’s poorly-planned and vague convention gave him no bounce, whereas the DNC in Charlotte appears to have put Obama up in Ohio by 5 points. Ohio is pretty much a must-take state for the Romney campaign.

  6. A CNN poll finds that Obama is substantially ahead among registered voters nationwide, and that the Libertarian candidate, attracting 4% of registered voters, is drawing votes away mainly from Romney. When Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are included, Obama stands at 51% and Romney at only 43%.

  7. Romney’s assertion that he is not in the race ‘to heal the planet’ has angered conservationists.

  8. The Obama campaign outraised Romney for the first time in months in August. Most of the donations came from small donors, who are beginning to flex their muscles versus the fatcats.

  9. Even Fox Cable News, which has hired Romney advisers to comment on his campaign and is generally Republican TV all day every day, is fed up with Romney for never offering any details of his plans for the country

  10. Nikki Minaj explains that she was being sarcastic when she busted a rhyme about supporting Romney. When Republicans are reduced to hoping that rap artists just might not be being sarcastic about them, that is the worst sign of all.

Reboggling for my paper.

Mitt Romney may start the Third World War.

saucefactory:

This guy. This guy.

Romney isn’t even the President yet (and lo, I hope he never will be), but he’s already managed to offend Britain, Russia, China and Palestine.

If this is how offensive he is during a presidential campaign, how much damage will he do as a president?

He can’t be expected to negotiate peace in the Middle East with an alienated Palestine, nor can he hope to secure Russia’s alliance on tackling Iran and nuclear disarmament if he keeps offending the Russians. He can’t expect to have productive economic talks with China, and if he offends even Britain, a long-held ally, then what hope does he have of rallying other potential allies to his call if America ever needs help?

That, and he’s a war-crazy hawk that doesn’t respect the armed forces enough to thank them in his convention speech, so he definitely won’t care about deploying them responsibly or giving a damn about their lives. After all, they’re just another item on a laundry list, right?

When it comes to the armed forces, Romney has a track record rife with hypocrisy, because not only did he dodge the Vietnam draft, but he also picketed against Vietnam War protestors. Basically, he won’t fight in a war, but he thinks other people should. People he can’t even be bothered to thank. These are the positions of a coward and a hypocrite.

This is not a man who should be Commander-in-Chief. A man that thinks it may be unnecessary to actually declare war on another country before engaging in hostilities is not a man capable of keeping the peace, or of fighting a just war. Because, to him, there is no such thing as a just war; there’s ‘just war’. It’s just war. People’s lives (and their deaths) mean nothing to him. They’re only the troops, after all. Only a laundry list.

Romney is already favoring wars against Iran and Syria, as are the people he surrounds himself with. Allow me to quote Romney’s own op-ed in the Washington Post (pay particular attention to the phrases I’ve bolded):

As for Iran in particular, I will take every measure necessary to check the evil regime of the ayatollahs. Until Iran ceases its nuclear-bomb program, I will press for ever-tightening sanctions, acting with other countries if we can but alone if we must.

[…]

Most important, I will buttress my diplomacy with a military option that will persuade the ayatollahs to abandon their nuclear ambitions. Only when they understand that at the end of that road lies not nuclear weapons but ruin will there be a real chance for a peaceful resolution.

My plan includes restoring the regular presence of aircraft carrier groups in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf region simultaneously. It also includes increasing military assistance to Israel and improved coordination with all of our allies in the area.

[…]

Either the ayatollahs will get the message, or they will learn some very painful lessons about the meaning of American resolve.

HOLY CRAP.

That’s as close as someone can get to a declaration of war before becoming the president, isn’t it?

And after becoming the president?

What then?

Romney isn’t interested in peace in the Middle East. He wants to increase the militarization of the Middle East. Adding more guns and more planes to an already volatile region won’t lead to peace, it’ll lead to war.

Oh, wait.

That’s what Romney wants, isn’t it?

He wants war.

Because he’s so pathetically ham-fisted when it comes to making peace. It’s easier to start wars than it is to finish them, and it’s easier to bluster than it is to carefully and painstakingly negotiate long-lasting peace. It’s easier to make enemies than it is to treat one’s own allies with respect.

Mitt Romney has shown every sign of being incapable of peaceful, diplomatic discourse; he’s already begun to offend some key international players.

He’s also shown himself to be a hawk, with a Vice President renowned for being even more of a hawk than Romney is.

If Romney becomes the president of the United States, I honestly fear the advent of the Third World War. This isn’t a man that can keep the peace, or that has any interest in keeping it. This a man that understands only war, and is already hinting at starting a war in the most volatile region in the world. By lighting a fuse under that powder-keg, he may very well blow up the planet. A war gone wrong in Iran will inevitably pull in most of the European countries, as well as Iran’s allies in the Middle East and beyond. It’ll be a world war. A death-spiral of increasing hostilities and mounting fatalities on all sides. It’ll be our worst nightmare, and then some.

DO NOT VOTE FOR ROMNEY IF YOU WANT A SAFE AND PEACEFUL WORLD FOR YOURSELF AND FOR YOUR CHILDREN.

President Obama may not be ending the war in Afghanistan as fast as many of us would like, but he is ending it. And he’s already ended the war in Iraq that Bush - encouraged by many of the same policy advisors that are now on Romney’s team - had wrongly and disastrously begun, in search of apparent weapons of mass destruction that were never found.

President Obama wants to end wars, not start them. He treasures the lives of the American troops. He respects his allies and is capable of maintaining friendships with the very people America may need to call on in times of need. He doesn’t make blustering, thoughtless comments that alienate the very people he needs to negotiate with.

The title of this post may seem sensational, but it’s sincere. I genuinely worry about the possibility of WWIII if Romney is elected into office. I genuinely fear the outcome of a Romney presidency, not only for America, but for the rest of the world.

Reboggling for reference to my poli-sci paper. 

dropsies:

sydneywonderwomanironmanwillis:

Anonymous asked: honestly why do girls make such a big deal about their periods? It’s just a bit of blood for few days and then it’s over. That’s nothing compared to being kicked in the balls- a confused male”

oh my god this is GEORGE’S POST!!

congrats on your 89 thousand notes baby i love you

bana05:

highvoodoopussypope:

alexandraerin:

highvoodoopussypope:

ihopemittromney:

Mitt Romney just cost himself the election: This video comes from mother jones- someone got ahold of footage from one of his private fundraisers, rambling about entitlements and the poor, saying in essence he doesn’t care about them.

Original story: http://www.businessinsider.com/if-these-videos-are-real-they-look-horrible-fo…

whoop dere it is

I’m glad this is getting circulation, but I will say again: he has not lost the election until he’s lost it. Those of us who can vote must vote, or he’ll still win.

YES SERIOUSLY YOU STILL NEED TO VOTE

Mitt Romney is a gross human being and needs to not be president of a fucking fan club, let alone the United States of America.

runningtobarcelona:

Or
if you like doing things in the left column, we can respect that as loving your body, too.
Hey ladies—FYI. It is not feminist to shame other ladies for having interests that differ from yours, even if those interests seem “superficial” or for the self-conscious among us. 
For instance, I don’t like canoeing. But I adore this bra I got recently—it fits really nicely and makes me feel good about myself. 
Acrylic nails, tanning, breast implants—that shit might not appeal to me or you, but there is NOTHING wrong with the woman who wants to spend her money that way. 
Don’t knock Slim-Fast and other diet-y drink/meal plans. A lot of women use them for protein and because they have trouble losing weight. Go after all of those really horrible “supplements” and cleanses that have people starving themselves for several days at a time, not because they want their colons all nice and shiny, but because they want to lose weight and fast.
Also, I don’t know if you’ve ever made a long-distance call to a friend before, but that shit costs way more than a fucking tube of lipstick. (Plus, if you have access to a computer—and you most likely do, if you’re willing to pay for a long-distance phone call—there’s skype.)

runningtobarcelona:

Or

if you like doing things in the left column, we can respect that as loving your body, too.

Hey ladies—FYI. It is not feminist to shame other ladies for having interests that differ from yours, even if those interests seem “superficial” or for the self-conscious among us. 

For instance, I don’t like canoeing. But I adore this bra I got recently—it fits really nicely and makes me feel good about myself. 

Acrylic nails, tanning, breast implants—that shit might not appeal to me or you, but there is NOTHING wrong with the woman who wants to spend her money that way. 

Don’t knock Slim-Fast and other diet-y drink/meal plans. A lot of women use them for protein and because they have trouble losing weight. Go after all of those really horrible “supplements” and cleanses that have people starving themselves for several days at a time, not because they want their colons all nice and shiny, but because they want to lose weight and fast.

Also, I don’t know if you’ve ever made a long-distance call to a friend before, but that shit costs way more than a fucking tube of lipstick. (Plus, if you have access to a computer—and you most likely do, if you’re willing to pay for a long-distance phone call—there’s skype.)

Hey guys,

So… I’m deleting this account out of boredom. My new one is here, so for those that want to, you can follow me there. I’ve grown frustrated with this account, so I’ll delete it within a month or so, once I get everything sorted out. So, there you have it.

iandsharman:

How to give proper credit to artists without knowing who they are

I appreciate reblogging the shit out of this if anybody wouldn’t mind.

Sick of art going around and artists not getting proper credit at all.

FYI

The Problem With The Big Bang Theory…

alexandraerin:

purtycamel:

suchgreatknights:

butmyopinionisright:

I’ve been meaning to post something about The Big Bang Theory for a while now but it’s taken me ‘till now to really understand what it is about the show that makes me uncomfortable. I’m not exactly a believer in the whole “only write about the things you like, don’t trash the things you don’t” trend which seems to be plaguing comments sections in negative articles lately, but I wanted to be able to really examine why I don’t like TBBT rather than just slagging it off. My main questions being - Why don’t I like this anymore? Why do I feel uncomfortable watching it? And why do I get so annoyed when I see people sing its praises online? The thing which really sparked this post was seeing a raft of comments on Facebook, below the last round of voting in Television Without Pity’s Tubey Awards, claiming The Big Bang Theory to be “the best comedy on TV”. This made me angry so instead of posting an impulsive comment calling out their bad taste which I’d probably regret later, I decided to really analyse why seeing comments like that made me so mad when previously, although I didn’t really love the show, I’d never considered myself as disliking The Big Bang Theory.

Hell, I even have season one on dvd, it’s sitting right between Battlestar Galactica and Bored To Death in my alphabetised collection.

And here, I think, is where my problem with The Big Bang Theory lies…

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This, exactly. Also, you can’t argue with Community > The Big Bang Theory. 

I’m guilty of loving the Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock game, but this probably best explains why TBBT makes me feel uneasy.

Feel no guilt - Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock was no more created by Big Bang Theory than Superman, Star Trek, Dungeons and Dragons, or any other random “nerdy” thing referenced was.

yuputkaswans:

“please fix your shirt, i can see your bra strap”

because it’s a big fucking secret rite

secret boobs

secret bra

secret