toyota:

countkalvitus:

what the fuck is naruto

Orochimaru is so extra

(Source: arutairu)

hollowfieddespair:

They called it the Nintendo 3DS because they made me buy it 3 times.

(Source: videogarnes)

valleyfair:

now there’s actual solid evidence that dicovery’s shark week is as garbage as I always thought it was

(Source: gameandwatch)

rtamerica:

Feds want to repopulate US with genetically pure bison
The United States Interior Department is moving forward for now with a plan that could someday re-populate a large portion of America with herds of wild bison unlike anything seen since the 1800s.
On Wednesday, officials at Yellowstone National Park said they’ll start asking for comments concerning an Interior Department proposal that would quarantine herds of bison to eliminate the spread of a certain disease, and then eventually relocate the healthy animals to ranges across the US.

rtamerica:

Feds want to repopulate US with genetically pure bison

The United States Interior Department is moving forward for now with a plan that could someday re-populate a large portion of America with herds of wild bison unlike anything seen since the 1800s.

On Wednesday, officials at Yellowstone National Park said they’ll start asking for comments concerning an Interior Department proposal that would quarantine herds of bison to eliminate the spread of a certain disease, and then eventually relocate the healthy animals to ranges across the US.

janitorjoey:

And when I came back, my town had a serious weed problem…

janitorjoey:

And when I came back, my town had a serious weed problem…

(Source: konczakowski)

And how hard is it to land even a minimum-wage job? This year, the Ivy League college admissions acceptance rate was 8.9%. Last year, when Walmart opened its first store in Washington, D.C., there were more than 23,000 applications for 600 jobs, which resulted in an acceptance rate of 2.6%, making the big box store about twice as selective as Harvard and five times as choosy as Cornell. Telling unemployed people to get off their couches (or out of the cars they live in or the shelters where they sleep) and get a job makes as much sense as telling them to go study at Harvard.

deonte-s:

being high is what being an animal feels like, the lesser brain development the more high

have any of else have this thought before? i think we can know exactly the feel of animals, what it really feels like to be any kind of animals. im at a little less than great ape level so far as i can tell because i can type words on a keyboard and they can do that too. great ape level is pretty much the lowest level of high you can get before you can start feeling what an animal feels like. unless you are going down the line of human ancestors in which case start with zero high and the years of brain development start ticking back in time.

anyway, i think that is something real. i wonder if high scientists have figured it out but not told anybody. hmm…

anyway, i think there’s something to it, give it a thought some time if you have some time.

remember the phrase: being high is what an animal feels like :when you are high and you will be able to jack into it. it’s very worth seeing. i think humans can get kind of far down the line but if you get farther than to about cats and dogs it will (my conjecture) feel like you’re passing out and that means that humans will never know the feel of even dogs and cats, let alone even more simpler creatures … you can only imagine this, when you’re high. :-/ :-)

anyway excuse the smiley faces, this is supposed to be my big professional day for the presentation of “animals feel high” press conference announcement and i have to look professional or they will dismiss me without hearing the god damned announcement of the century that will change the face of scence.

tramampoline:

cupcakesflying:

ships with height differences <333

image

(Source: sketchdeer)

middleschooljazzbands:

when people list “eating” as a hobby or interest as if it’s not a basic human function it’s like ya i know you’re tryin to be ironic and relatable but could you even be more lowest-common-denominator for real