collegehumor:

Has a photo ever more perfectly summed up the younger generation’s addiction to technology 

collegehumor:

Has a photo ever more perfectly summed up the younger generation’s addiction to technology 

I wrote a little poem for a friend of mine whose Facebook account sadly passed away this week. The truth is that the first two lines popped into my head forcing me to continue.

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Number One

There once was a gal called Wavie Rakes.
She was number one, like Jonathan Frakes.
What the Lord gives, sometimes He takes.
One day, The Book of Faces, up with she breaks.
Without her humor and guile, the newsfeed aches.
But her friends soldier on for all of their sakes.

distorte:

Here I present early designs for a social application called Animals. It allows you to like animals and see which animals your friends like. I am open to all funding offers; please get in touch by email.

distorte:

Here I present early designs for a social application called Animals. It allows you to like animals and see which animals your friends like. I am open to all funding offers; please get in touch by email.

G&T and Brazil-Colombia

G&T and Brazil-Colombia

Pre-nap ice cream come (at Parque De El Riego)

Pre-nap ice cream come (at Parque De El Riego)

Ice cream eaters (at Parque De El Riego)

Ice cream eaters (at Parque De El Riego)

Area man insists that hit that would’ve landed himself in the emergency room was “Not even close to a foul!” He added, gesturing toward the tv, “Get up, you pansy!”

Waffles!

Waffles!

(via afro-dominicano)

Do you have the self control to spend/waste three minutes of your life?

(via collegehumor)

There’s a euthanasia case hot in the news in Europe today (think Terri Schiavo, Americans). It never ceases to amaze me how there are some issues, like euthanasia and abortion for which there is so obviously only one right answer to me, and yet at least half of humans see it so obviously black-and-white the other way. My side is, of course, the one of liberty and freedom of actions, and the other is that of imposing restrictions on the will of others. My only consolation is that, it seems to me, if we extrapolate the plot of history into the future, it heads towards MORE, not less, freedom.