candide brown

candide brown

Apr 30
zenonplaysthedrums:There goes my hero! (or my dildo?)

zenonplaysthedrums:

There goes my hero! (or my dildo?)


Apr 29
yuckyjuice:rupertwarbler:just-look-at-chris-colfer:Darren Criss Defaced By Curt Mega, Jon Hall, Titus Makin and Riker Lynch at Glee Live 2011 in TorontoThis is my friends photo and she has given me permission to post this, please do not repost.I was next to them when they got this drawn on!SUUUUUUUUUUUUUP?!?!I WAS THERE TOO! 8DFunny, so was I.

yuckyjuice:

rupertwarbler:

just-look-at-chris-colfer:

Darren Criss Defaced By Curt Mega, Jon Hall, Titus Makin and Riker Lynch at Glee Live 2011 in Toronto

This is my friends photo and she has given me permission to post this, please do not repost.

I was next to them when they got this drawn on!

SUUUUUUUUUUUUUP?!?!

I WAS THERE TOO! 8D

Funny, so was I.




Has Joey Mercury kicked his drug habit?

wwerollins:

1040 days sober. Proud of that guy.


wondergalleryofscience:Moth found trapped between points at Relay # 70, Panel F, of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator while it was being tested at Harvard University, 9 September 1947.OK, this is not the most beautiful collage ever seen. But this bug, found in the computer room at Harvard by technicians searching around for what was wrong with the damn machine *this time, was extracted from the computations that caused its death and taped to a piece of graph paper, carefully labelled and preserved. It was not the first bug to invade a computer, the glowing tubes of which used to attract them with some regularity. But it was the first bug literally documented by becoming part of the document. And it went on to become not only part of the the document, but part of the documentation: we de-bug things, first computers, and now all sorts of things, as our technological metaphors seem to swarm everywhere and get into everything. Not unlike, well, bugs.(posted by Peggy Nelson/@otolythe)

wondergalleryofscience:

Moth found trapped between points at Relay # 70, Panel F, of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator while it was being tested at Harvard University, 9 September 1947.

OK, this is not the most beautiful collage ever seen. But this bug, found in the computer room at Harvard by technicians searching around for what was wrong with the damn machine *this time, was extracted from the computations that caused its death and taped to a piece of graph paper, carefully labelled and preserved. It was not the first bug to invade a computer, the glowing tubes of which used to attract them with some regularity. But it was the first bug literally documented by becoming part of the document. And it went on to become not only part of the the document, but part of the documentation: we de-bug things, first computers, and now all sorts of things, as our technological metaphors seem to swarm everywhere and get into everything. Not unlike, well, bugs.

(posted by Peggy Nelson/@otolythe)


Apr 28
willteeyang:Happy Birthday, Alex Hodges.

willteeyang:

Happy Birthday, Alex Hodges.

(via willteeyang)



westsidelaser:Photo by Melissa Findley.

westsidelaser:

Photo by Melissa Findley.

(via mjdriverlaser)


wecanbetimeless:I have grown a LOT in the last year and I learned that sometimes you got to let go to find true happiness.

wecanbetimeless:

I have grown a LOT in the last year and I learned that sometimes you got to let go to find true happiness.


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