1. Omg tumblr has ruined me for the real world:

    So, as some background information, construction on roads is literally always happening in AZ, presumably because all construction companies are bound by a blood oath to never stop ripping up roads and making the smallest changes over the longest periods of time possible. Right now, one of the major freeways (loop 101) is having another lane put in and so the northbound lanes are closed from the junction at Tempe to just after Old Town Scottsdale.
    Now, periodically along Scottsdale and Hayden roads are those big electronic signs with detour information, but it phrases it as “N/B 101 TRAFFIC USE HAYDEN” and all I can think about is “nonbinary” traffic instead of “northbound” traffic and I keep getting confused; tumblr why you do this to me.

     
  2. fadeintocase:

    rambling-insanity:

    fadeintocase:

    I don’t understand how people can shower in like five minutes I mean I can go as fast as I can I still have to shampoo my hair and condition my hair and scrub myself and shave and cut myself shaving and use the blood in my summoning of the dark lord then travel to another dimension to ward off my enemies then come back and dry off how do you do that in five minutes

    2 in 1 shampoo/conditioner

    FUCK

    OF COURSE

     
  3. Dad’s on a hunting trip… and he hasn’t been home in a few days.

                                    13th September 2005

    (Source: sassywiinchesters)

     
  4. 01:13 12th Sep 2014

    Notes: 84466

    Reblogged from roughstar

    Tags: 100% accurate

    jaclcfrost:

    jaclcfrost:

    [inhales] [exhales] [looks out into the sunset] the sweet smell of not being in high school

    [remembers that i have no idea what i want to do for my future] [continues to stare out into the sunset] shit

     
  5. 19:20 11th Sep 2014

    Notes: 7161

    Reblogged from enkiz

    Tags: Rachel this is for you

    princess-peachie:

    The sound of a rabbit snoring.

    (Source: youtube.com)

     
  6. 19:18

    Notes: 8566

    Reblogged from whyhellothere2001

    rockandrollchick:

    Deanmon. Deanmon. DEANMON.

    I CAn’t

     
  7. laoih:

SPN Season 10 promo (x)

    laoih:

    SPN Season 10 promo (x)

     
  8. 19:09

    Notes: 12452

    Reblogged from attoliasthief

    Tags: Get in my closet nowwww

     
  9. 00:37

    Notes: 57443

    Reblogged from enkiz

    Tags: fucking incredible

    a-columba-livia-of-sarcasm:

    sighnless:

    apple-str1der:

    is there a 420 in pi 

    image

    humanity has made great strides today

     
  10. 13:55 10th Sep 2014

    Notes: 18606

    Reblogged from enkiz

    Tags: So many of the data

    image: Download

    cerberus-9:

memeguy-com:

They stole how many data

Billions of data

    cerberus-9:

    memeguy-com:

    They stole how many data

    Billions of data

     
  11. 13:50

    Notes: 17755

    Reblogged from thephlogistontheory

    Tags: This video was a gift

    assbutt-in-the-garrison:

    dex5m:

    Your wig is on fire! [X]

    I fucking get off the internet for five minutes and this is what I return to, Blessed be

     
  12. 13:18

    Notes: 74

    Reblogged from yuusaris

    Tags: Important!

    embersownmatt:

    anneapocalypse:

    I know we’re all used to ignoring anything tumblr puts on our dash against our will, but in this case, net neutrality really does matter, guys.

    Like, a lot.

    It matters more than a lot - in fact, I think battles like net neutrality, CISPA, SOPA, etc. will be seen as a pivotal time in the Internet’s history, and it’s not over yet.

    In my New Media Theory class, we read a book called The Master Switch by Tim Wu (which I highly recommend) which essentially runs down the history of communication networks in America. He shows the similarities and boils most of them down to a “pattern” of sorts that involves them being open and accessible to the average person as “content creators”, I guess, in the beginning, and then a monopoly slowly gaining control and killing off all variety of average people and small companies.

    Back in the radio heyday, anyone could broadcast their own radio show. When telephones were the dominant media, phone “phreakers” like hackers (this is cool history guys, a blind 7 year old broke the codes) could get into the system and make free long distance calls to each other and formed community. But this has all changed. The FCC heavily regulates the radio frequencies now, which benefits greatest a few media conglomerates. The government practically handed monopoly of the phone system over to a private company back in the day for the “good of the country.”

    And here we are in the golden age of the Internet, where even a poor college student can afford their own website where they can code anything they want from scratch. That’s huge. I don’t have to follow any company’s TOS or policies on my own website. I can say whatever i want to the world. Anyone can.

    You know what happens to me without net neutrality? Maybe it’s just hella slow to get to my, for example, commission website. People who really want to go will wait, other potential customers will get bored and leave - this is the Internet after all. (How long has it been since you had to wait 10 seconds for a page to load? Net nonneutrality sound fun yet?)  But if Wu’s pattern proves true for the Internet too, it won’t be long until more regulations (SOPA, CISPA, PIPA, all failed attempts for now) for the Net start popping up, and within a few decades, there’ll be too much legal and regulatory hoops for me to jump through to operate my own site.

    The reality is that huge protesting sites like Tumblr, Netflix, Etsy, etc. can probably find a way to afford higher fees for faster delivery to customers. They certainly don’t want to (and that works to our, the user’s, advantage). But the reality is that you and I, small start-up sites, anything that doesn’t have thousands of customers supporting them, probably cannot. Afaik, ad revenue for small sites, comics, pets sims, and the like barely supports hosting costs. The reality is that the average person will lose their ability to say whatever they want to whoever they want online.

    Can the average person simply make a Tumblr, a Wordpress, a Reddit, or some other supported site instead of making their own? Of course. But that’s no longer an open Internet, and that matters.

    Like, a lot.

     
  13. 11:01

    Notes: 2165

    Reblogged from cecilfhtagn

    Tags: yes perfect

    takanobaka:

    Asexual Awareness Week is on October 26November 1st this year so you know what that means

    image

    ace level: pumpkin

     
  14. 10:58

    Notes: 179999

    Reblogged from cecilfhtagn

    Tags: Important!

    modmad:

    staff:

    Today’s the day. The day you help save the internet from being ruined.

    Ready? 

    Yes, you are, and we’re ready to help you.

    (Long story short: The FCC is about to make a critical decision as to whether or not internet service providers have to treat all traffic equally. If they choose wrong, then the internet where anyone could start a website for any reason at all, the internet that’s been so momentous, funny, weird, and surprising—that internet could cease to exist. Here’s your chance to preserve a beautiful thing.)

    this video is a work of art

    too bad the thing it’s talking about is such a big pile of poop so YEAH

    LET’S GO PUT A STOP TO IT CHAPS

     
  15. Be a part of the great Internet Slowdown

    fight4future:

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    On September 10th, just a few days before the FCC’s net neutrality comment deadline, internet users and tech companies will unite for the “Internet Slowdown” to show the world what’s at stake if we lose net neutrality, the “First Amendment of the Internet.”

    We need everyone’s help right now to make this huge. Here’s what you can do right now to help make the Internet Slowdown go viral:

    1. Forward this post to your friends and share the image with your social networks using the buttons above. We need people across the web to know about the slowdown so they can join on September 10th.

    2. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook so we can reach you with urgent updates and action items as the big day approaches.

    3. If you can, please chip in $10 (or more!) to help make the Internet Slowdown possible. We’re building tools that any website or organization can use to promote their own net neutrality action, because we care about the movement. But it’s not cheap! Help us sustain this critical work.

    4. Contact your favorite websites, apps, and online services and ask them to join the Slowdown! Send them to this page: https://BattleForTheNet.com/sept10th

    5. If you have your own website or app, put the Internet Slowdown widget on it. If you really want to be an Internet Defender, help out by using your own website to spread the word. It’s as easy as adding the widget/modal code found here:

    https://BattleForTheNet.com/sept10th#modal