Those who say the Black Widow’s fighting style is just movie bullshit can see the above. ^ Shit is terrifyingly real.
I think I’m in love.
She’s so tiny.
But she could kill me.
I will reblog this flying head scissors every time it comes on my dash because it’s so fucking awesome.
That majestic flip
(Source: zkarl, via mydrunkkitchen)
I heard you and you can rest assured I took it to heart. I realize now that we went too far with this aggressive approach… — Specialized founder Mike Sinyard, who was apparently lying his ass off. (via cyclocosm)
I’m walking 100km in Oxfam Trailwalker Melbourne, 2 – 4 May 2014, to challenge myself and fight poverty around the world. Today I’m hoping to raise $250 for Oxfam Trailwalker which will be enough money to provide orphaned and vulnerable children and their families with nourishing meals for a whole month at a South African crèche. I’m contacting you and asking you to support my 100km challenge and Oxfam by donating to my team.
—-> Donate to our team <——
Thank you for supporting my 100km Oxfam Trailwalker challenge and for fighting poverty
Cheers from Darren
’100 Reasons’ teams,
Team 169: The Veterans - Darren, Chris, Gwen, Frances
#OTWM #Oxfam #Trailwalker
a koala hugging a stuffed koala.
that is all.
he looks so much like Stitch!
… Wait… DOES THAT MEAN THAT STITCH IS A SPACE KOALA???
Stitch is not a space koala; he’s a space Drop Bear!
(Source: fxck-this-bullshxt, via mydrunkkitchen)
Things That Are In The Main Only Of Interest To Me: Digital Publishing Is A Pyramid Scheme -
Here are some brief points on the economics of for-profit start up publications.
There are a great number of them that are in profit. They exist to make money. They are not an altruistic project enamoured of the public good. They have boards, they have CEOs drawing large salaries, they have full…
Rob DenBleyker: My Facebook Lockout -
Today I got banned for 12 hours from Facebook. It’s not the end of the world (I think it helped my productivity) but I figured it would be worth discussing because of the context of the ban. So here goes.
Last June I made this comic:
Definitely not the most shocking thing we’ve done at…
* Hassan … The Golden Journey to Samarkand *
Go as a pilgrim and seek out danger
Far from comfort and the well lit-avenues of life.
Pit your very soul against the unknown
And seek stimulation in the company of the brave.
Experience cold and hunger, heat and thirst
And survive to see another challenge and another dawn.
Only then will you be at peace with yourself
And able to know and to say:
“I looked down on the farthest side of the mountain
And, fulfilled and understanding all, I am truly content
That I lived a full life
And one that was of my own choice”. — James Elroy Flecker
We came to the junction of the Yarra and Gardiner’s Creek. The confluence was hidden under a giant freeway bridge - it was a cave of echoes, the river threw dancing shadows, and a grid of stone paved the edges of Birrarung. From my research I’d gathered that the junction is approximately the furthest reach of Bunerong tribal land; from onward of the watery meeting place, both sides of the Yarra are Wurundjeri country. I grew up downstream from that place, crossing the river back and forth from my mum’s house to my dad’s, and I thought of how my cultural territory of the inner city seemed to reflect the ancient tribal boundaries between Wurundjeri and Bunerong lands. Friends often spoke of being ‘north of the river’ or ‘south of the river’ people, and I hear folk say of the river that it is hard to cross, as if there were a border between these lands. As if the Yarra wasn’t criss-crossed with bridges! It feels sometimes as if an old cultural way is persisting, despite so much change. — Maya Ward - The Comfort of the Water