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simsgonewrong:

hotidiot:

simsgonewrong:

my sim was taking photobooth photos with another girl who DIED halfway through 

IM STILL LAUGHINH and this is my Favorite pattern to use on walls in the sims so whoever posted this I love you

I meant submitted this*

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listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

I couldn’t have clicked the motherfucking follow button faster after I saw the pinata cookies with mini m&m’s inside holy shit let me tell you

Yessss

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alxndrasplace:

(RealNews)  Who’s Profiting from Israel’s Offensive in Gaza?

Shir Hever: Israel continues to reject Hamas’s offer of a ten-year ceasefire because it would undermine Israeli arms sales, which reached $7 billion in 2012.

Shir Hever is an economic researcher in the Alternative Information Center, a Palestinian-Israeli organization active in Jerusalem and Beit-Sahour. Hever researches the economic aspect of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territory, some of his research topics include the international aid to the Palestinians and to Israel, the effects of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories on the Israeli economy, and the boycott, divestment and sanctions campaigns against Israel. His work also includes giving lectures and presentations on the economy of the occupation. He is a graduate student at the Freie Universitat in Berlin, and researches the privatization of security in Israel. His first book: Political Economy of Israel’s Occupation: Repression Beyond Exploitation, was published by Pluto Press.

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joodlez:

People don’t like creases in posters! I know that I was taught never to fold art. So I devised a very uh… thrifty… method to prevent such crimes.

This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).

Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.

Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)

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theeuglyspud:

seitanicwarmaster:

this is still the most important thing in the world.

I want the font the insults are in.

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  • Question: Hi, I know you're probably super busy, but could I ask, do you get lots of hate mail and such? and how do you deal with it if you do get some? Thanks :) - thetinybodger
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    davidmichaelbennett:

    We do.

    It’s only a small amount though compared to the positive stuff we get.

    Literally it’s all from tumblr and children.

    That’s not a knock against tumblr or it’s users. Obviously we get tons of great interaction with fans on all our social media sites.

    But if you’ve ever used the Internet, you can probably guess how terrible it really is.

    Everyone has this anonymity online and some people go out of their way to berate other people, “school them”, fling hateful insults, troll, uphold social justice, and generally just do a ton of things that would never be described as “Ok” by the general population.

    At least that’s what I think.

    It’s not just unique to Steam Powered Giraffe or my own experiences.

    Just take a look at fandom reactions to a gazillion different things online…
    Or YouTube comments…
    Or Facebook….
    Or video game review site comment sections…

    There’s something wrong with these people…
    It’s some sort of social disorder or something…where some people have to warrant their own existence by bringing other people down…

    I think the worst thing though is that some stuff is justifiable to people when it’s not blatant “You’re a fag” or “Go kill yourself”.

    I think a lot of it comes down to young people on the Internet who think they know everything about life and have the soapbox of the Internet to preach their wisdom.

    I am sure there is a more eloquent way to put that…

    But anyways, to me it’s all kind of dangerous, because some of the stuff these people say, other young people latch onto…and what they’re saying isn’t always progressive things forward for society.

    It’s almost like people are reinventing the wheel and they don’t see it because everything they know about life has been taught to them through social media.

    There’s a lot of smart people out there…
    Young and old…
    I get the pleasure of interacting with them online and at events through Steam Powered Giraffe. It’s great.

    But there are these other people that just…exist who are unpleasant.

    Some can be straight up hateful and hurtful people, and others can be ignorant of their own terrible actions due to some hazy fog clouding their eyes so they can’t see how terrible they are…and their actions are sometimes subtle and sometimes not so subtle…but they are always justified in their own minds because they think they are doing good.

    Anywho.
    Basically you just ignore these people.

    For Steam Powered Giraffe they’ve always existed.

    They existed well before we had a following.

    And the more exposure we get, the more crap we get.

    But I think it balances out with positive stuff.

    It’s like 100 positive people to 1 non-positive jerk.

    I think some people (like me) are predisposed to see the bad…
    But a lesson of life is to see the good, and ignore the dumb people.

    People people are dumb.

    I am dumb too.
    I sometimes find other people dumb and laugh and think poorly of some people who send us terrible stuff through messages and emails and all that…

    But those same people probably think the same thing of me.

    It’s a bit unfair that I get to receive it directly and can’t realistically ignore all of it completely while the other side of the equation is just a frustrated immature person who can send whatever they want.

    But I think it’s painfully obvious that if you are a part of something that has a large enough following, you will be the target of someone.

    It’s just statistically that way due to the amount of people who hate their lives and want to make other people less than themselves in their minds by lashing out…however direct or passive aggressive….or secretly plotting it may be.

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nationalaquarium:

DYK? Three of your next five breaths come to you courtesy of phytoplankton, the tiny marine algae that produce most of the planet’s oxygen?  

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cubstearns:

amuseoffyre:

chrisgildart:

I remember watching the behind the scenes on this show. The creator of the show said that they got so much fan mail saying this show was the most realistic hospital show.

My parents both worked in the medical profession my whole life, and when I was watching them come home, I could see echoes of what this show did. All other medical shows were so much about the drama. This one nailed it. It nailed the good, the bad, and everything in between.

Also, I read that Scrubs was more medically accurate than House, Grey’s Anatomy, and every other medical show on TV

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kisu-no-hi:

The palette challenge is surprisingly very fun to do

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