15 4 / 2014

in-exxhale:

icy-brunette:

lailuna:

I HAVE WAITED MY LIFE TO FIND THIS OMG I CAN’T I JUST CAN’T

so much swag in 3 people

your lying if you say you don’t need this on your blog 

in-exxhale:

icy-brunette:

lailuna:

I HAVE WAITED MY LIFE TO FIND THIS OMG I CAN’T I JUST CAN’T

so much swag in 3 people

your lying if you say you don’t need this on your blog 

(via steeze119)

08 1 / 2014

(Source: really-shit, via ilovecharts)

06 1 / 2014

rob-underwood:

Tonight is the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show (“CES”). While the floor doesn’t open until Wednesday, most of the deal action happens on Monday and Tuesday and all the insiders are flying to Vegas as I write this, if they’re not already there. (Those in the know will be decamping from Vegas…

Yes, yes. Yes.

31 12 / 2013

Yes they do, sign at the bottom left. Yes they do.

Yes they do, sign at the bottom left. Yes they do.

30 12 / 2013

theatlantic:

Xi Jinping Eating Some Dumplings at a Restaurant

Last Friday, Chinese president Xi Jinping walked into Qingfeng restaurant in western Beijing and, after waiting in line, ordered six pork buns, one dish of fried pig liver, and one vegetable dish. After paying 21 yuan (about $3.50) in cash, Xi ate his meal at a communal table and chatted with customers before departing. 

Initially, Chinese Internet users suspected the photos of the event were fake—earlier this year, a story that Xi had personally hailed a Beijing cab proved to be a hoax—but once China’s official news agencies confirmed their veracity, the images went viral. The next day, customers flocked to the Qingfeng restaurant, and, after braving a line that snaked out the door, ordered the exact meal their president had eaten. 
In China, where important officials seldom mingle with the general public, Xi’s casual lunch showed fresh evidence of his populist streak.
Read more. [Image: Sina Weibo]


Eating at public restaurants is something American presidents do pretty regularly (though with much fanfare). Cool to see the Chinese president eating at a food truck!

theatlantic:

Xi Jinping Eating Some Dumplings at a Restaurant

Last Friday, Chinese president Xi Jinping walked into Qingfeng restaurant in western Beijing and, after waiting in line, ordered six pork buns, one dish of fried pig liver, and one vegetable dish. After paying 21 yuan (about $3.50) in cash, Xi ate his meal at a communal table and chatted with customers before departing. 

Initially, Chinese Internet users suspected the photos of the event were fake—earlier this year, a story that Xi had personally hailed a Beijing cab proved to be a hoax—but once China’s official news agencies confirmed their veracity, the images went viral. The next day, customers flocked to the Qingfeng restaurant, and, after braving a line that snaked out the door, ordered the exact meal their president had eaten. 

In China, where important officials seldom mingle with the general public, Xi’s casual lunch showed fresh evidence of his populist streak.

Read more. [Image: Sina Weibo]

Eating at public restaurants is something American presidents do pretty regularly (though with much fanfare). Cool to see the Chinese president eating at a food truck!

29 12 / 2013

The beautiful view and the moose tracks. One drew me to the forest, the other drove me away.

29 12 / 2013

Wow this is incredibly wrong. Mixing up the third person possessive pronoun with the third person-inflected present tense copula is not something anyone does. They just mix up the *spelling* of the two forms, which sound identical and are spelled almost exactly alike.

Wow this is incredibly wrong.

Mixing up the third person possessive pronoun with the third person-inflected present tense copula is not something anyone does.

They just mix up the *spelling* of the two forms, which sound identical and are spelled almost exactly alike.

(Source: memewhore, via iheartchaos)

29 12 / 2013

newsweek:

The Year in Robotic Seduction

I haven’t read much about these ‘bots, but this little kick-recovery is terrifying.

newsweek:

The Year in Robotic Seduction

I haven’t read much about these ‘bots, but this little kick-recovery is terrifying.

28 12 / 2013

starwarsfuckyeah:

i have this, and it’s awesome

I’ll never not be a Star Wars geek.

(Source: fer1972, via wilwheaton)

22 12 / 2013

I took this yesterday, but could have been 50 years ago, eh?

I took this yesterday, but could have been 50 years ago, eh?