saccharinesinger:

kansass:

starships were meant to fly

hands up and imagine how is touch the sky

Lets do this one last time

Don’t dead open inside

wuhtver:

If you don’t think these are the greatest than you’re lying

person: you look dead
me: thanks
baby: m....m...m
mom: mama? ma? mommy?
baby: m...m...
baby: m..mY ANACONDA DONT
"Dirk Strider, dick rider."
-Ancient Chinese proverb

dickpunch69:

NO WINDOWS I JUST WANT TO FORCE QUIT A PROGRAM DONT TRY TO LOOK FOR A SOLUTION ACCEPT DEATH AND FACE OBLIVION

pignite:

ohnoitsjojo:

newest eva pilot leaked

Evangelion 4.44: A thousand motherfuckers can(not) tell me nothing

We hope you Lefties are celebrating today.

nprchives:


Happy Left Handers’ Day!

NPR’s reporting on left-handedness covers two main topics: the causes of left-handedness and successful people who are left-handed (mostly presidents and baseball pitchers). 

This story, from a special series, Science Outside of the Box, takes an interdisciplinary approach to the question of left-handedness.

NPR’s Jacki Lyden talks to researcher Chris McManus who examined archived film footage of British people waving at the camera to see what he could learn about left-handedness, society, and life in the Victorian era. 

Original airdate 9/22/2007.