if you follow the paintbrush with your eyes while not moving your head, it forces you to use emdr which is a therapeutic technique to calm anxiety/panic. watching fish swim causes the same effect.
I HAVE BEEN WAITING SINCE FOREVER FOR THIS TO BE ON MY DASHBOARD AGAIN
15 pictures of animals in which the photographer was in the right place at the right time .
1 - Diver and shark expert Eli Martinez said he had met this other shark dives and knew he was friendly. The photographer captured the exact moment in which the shark turns and touches his hand in fin diver . © Paul Spielvogel / Caters NEWS
2 - Hummingbird looking for food and water in Wyoming during an extreme drought in 2012 . ( © Sundell Larsen / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)
3 - Giraffe approaches to get a piece of lettuce that is being offered by a child . ( © Fernando Pinto )
4 - Lemur moments before capturing an insect . ( © Edgar Thissen )
5 - The photographer captured a white tiger just when he was yawning . ( © Donna & Antti )
6 - A particular moment of a Polar Bear . ( © floridapfe )
7 - Gorilla looking for food in Africa . ( © Ian Nichols , National Geographic )
8 - Pelican at the exact moment that captured your meal . ( © Ali Alqudsi )
9 - Hawk carrying a squirrel that had just captured. ( © Salah Baazizi )
10 - Ladybug moments after a rain . ( @ Jens Kolk )
This Calvin and Hobbes short by Adam Brown made me smile so hard.
Awesomeness. Great song. Great animation. Legendary characters. A perfect short.
Damn, this is so awesome.
(via yabasha)*YELLS* This is all I ever wanted thank you I can die happy now
do you ever take a minute to appreciate the frost on windows and whatnot
do you ever stop to look at this like really look at it
before it melts or you defrost your car so you can see out the windows
i mean look at this shit it’s straight up artwork
artwork that melts
“You are all welcome.”
Why is there an empty picture gif thing cmon man
DON’T YOU DARE
I like homework.
I like assignments.
I love how these wonderful things require you to actively apply all of that delicious knowledge your teacher lovingly force-fed you in class.
I love how they inspire these intense moments of regret and realization, to motivate you to seek out and reinforce that piece of information you thought you once knew, but then you realize you actually don’t.
Having homework is always a good thing. Gaining new knowledge is also a good thing.
I just wish it wasn’t capped with a time limit.
Welcome to Night Vale
Episode 23 - Eternal Scouts
The City Council voted this week to make death a meritocracy. ’For all of human existence, death has been a communistic sort of event,’ the Council said in a prepared statement, and that ‘we live in America, where it is not the government’s job to give death to every single citizen.’ The Council noted that from now on, death would be earned through hard work and productivity, not just as a handout for every resource-sucking freeloader on the street. ’If you want to die,’ the Council said, ‘you will have to achieve death yourself. Not everyone gets to die, and that’s just how it will be.’
The vote won by a small margin, with the opposition split between keeping death universal and others pushing for banning death altogether. Listen, Night Vale, I don’t know about you, but I am for this new merit-based system of death. If everyone gets to die, then no one will really value death. I used to be young and idealistic and think that death was a human right, that everyone deserved to die, but now I realize that dying is very hard work. I’m working hard every day, trying to die, but you don’t hear me complaining, ‘Ohh, government, where’s my free death?’ No. When I die, I want to have earned it. I don’t mean to sound insensitive to those less fortunate, who don’t have the means to die without government help, which is why I support our local non-profit shelters, that will help ease our more down-on-their-luck brothers and sisters toward the death they truly want, but just can’t afford.