jusky

I am speechless watching these Ferguson livestreams.

teethagoddess:

We at Howard University stand in solidarity with Ferguson. 

Even our innocence is threatening.

teethagoddess:

We at Howard University stand in solidarity with Ferguson.

Even our innocence is threatening.

joshistheworst:

Reads from bottom to top.

Of all objects, why would the bookmark be one of the most likely to be covered by some incredibly stupid cliche?

I just saw someone whose twitter bio is “I prefer my earlier work.”

I like that.

I just read Hillary Clinton’s recent interview with The Atlantic. I had forgotten that a big part of why Obama beat her is that she kind of sucks.

nedhepburn:

America.

Yesterday there was a One Direction concert in DC. Word on the street was that they sold out the Nationals’ place and that tickets were like $200 a piece or something insane. So anyway right now I have a gig parking cars at a hotel (I still consider myself unemployed but now I’m unemployed but working all the time) and in that capacity kept meeting vans full of teenage girls arriving in town for the One Direction concert. After some initial experimentation I can report that the most amusing way for me to interact with a young One Direction fan is for me to get a very intense look on my face and quietly comment “I think Liam is so underrated.” This is not what the young ladies expect the parking man to say.

Raccoon documentary’s narrator casually remarks that “in many places raccoons have developed their own secret highway system” and then declines to explain what exactly she means by this.

I hate when you are trying to prove to your girlfriend that raccoons are evil so you look for evidence by googling “raccoon bites penis” but the only stories you find in the search results are of goddamn hero raccoons biting the penises off of human men who tried to rape them.

Well played, raccoons, well played.

Toronto is the “raccoon capital of the world” according to this raccoon documentary I’m watching.

Six people sleeping on the vents in the sidewalk outside Metro Center in Washington DC. There are some number of people sleeping like this at this spot every morning.

Six people sleeping on the vents in the sidewalk outside Metro Center in Washington DC. There are some number of people sleeping like this at this spot every morning.

Half asleep man on the train who has a big smile and an even bigger silver mustache, please tell me your secrets.

Bro, how can you marry someone who doesn’t even follow me on twitter?!