Well, That's Just Great
Balance

I’m glad that I have Facebook in my life for its constant reminders that people on the right are idiots.

And I’m glad that I have tumblr in my life for its constant reminders that people on the left are idiots.

tastefullyoffensive:

[@kevinfarzad]
I’m trying to be more open, patient, and understanding but then, you know, I interact with a person.
Ag
wellthatsjustducky:

The real question is, “What took them so long?”

wellthatsjustducky:

The real question is, “What took them so long?”

buzzfeed:

Ummm….someone should tell them that this doesn’t look like a Christmas tree.

buzzfeed:

Ummm….someone should tell them that this doesn’t look like a Christmas tree.

nevver:

Happy Birthday Nietzsche

Thanks for the heads up, nelsoncarpenter :-)

nevver:

Happy Birthday Nietzsche

Thanks for the heads up, nelsoncarpenter :-)

I hate that as I grow older that all the wrong parts of my brain start to malfunction. My memory gets worse. I struggle for the right words. I can’t learn new things. Why can’t those parts stay healthy and the other parts start to malfunction? Wouldn’t it be nice if after a lifetime of dealing with this crap the parts of my brain in charge of my anxiety, my depression, and my need to finish that whole f’ing pizza started to be a little less effective at their jobs?!
Ag
The creative process of the conscientious social commentator
  1. Write a post about how ridiculous the overreaction to ebola is. Criticize the media for sensationalized, excessive coverage designed to drive ratings.
  2. Discover that said post has gotten more notes than anything you have written in months because, you know, ebola.
  3. Thoughtfully consider your role in the machine. 
  4. Begin writing first post in eighteen post series on ebola. Wish soul a fond farewell.

dumb-beetlebabe:

Acting like I don’t care is taking so much out of me.