A Blog about nothing and everything
chaplinfortheages:

henrybarcohana:

NOVEMBER 12th… Finally! I have been waiting on this one for a while 

Finally….you can only find the M2K version used and it is really expensive.

chaplinfortheages:

henrybarcohana:

NOVEMBER 12th… Finally! I have been waiting on this one for a while 

Finally….you can only find the M2K version used and it is really expensive.

timlincecum-:

Superhero worthy catch!

oldjewstellingjokes:

Archie Barkan, “Israeli Errol Flynn”

bestrooftalkever:

deathandtaxesmag:

Deluded Manhattanite snob makes jaw-dropping call to NYC talk show.

hahahahahahhahahaha

the most beautiful thing about this isn’t “oh look at this crazy lady with this crazy opinion!” but more “look at this fairly typical manhattanite who for some reason decided to call into NY1 to share her opinion rather than just try to pull strings behind the scenes by waving money around, like they usually do.”

I <3 NY.

editedchina:

Goldman Sachs’ Lloyd Blankfein Says He’s Betting On ChinaCaixin Online, 8 August 2013.

In a recent interview, the Goldman chief affirmed caution over the short-term risks facing the country (reform priorities, drag from the cooling global economy, shadow banking) but remained as…

"You mean more to me than any scientific truth." - Solaris (1972)

our great nation can no longer afford compromise and bipartisanship, two traits for which you have become famous.

Tennessee Tea Party groups, in an open letter to Republican Senator Lamar Alexander

—“my way or the highway”: the heart of James Madison’s political philosophy. Really!

(via politicalprof)

nprfreshair:

Regarding the ongoing controversy with the National Security Agency, this morning the Washington Post stated:

"The National Security Agency has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since Congress granted the agency broad new powers in 2008, according to and other top-secret documents.”

Fresh Air interviewedShane Harris, author of The Watchers: The Rise of America’s Surveillance State spoke to Fresh Air about privacy in the digital era : 

Any movement that you make today leaves a digital signature, a digital trail. Investigators, after a terrorist attack has occurred, go back and use all of those digital signatures and trails to figure out who these people were and how they did the plot. Why can’t we look at it before the event occurs and try to predict with some degree of certainty where we should then be focusing our attention and which people we should be closely monitoring? But to do that you had to collect all of the information available everywhere.

nprfreshair:

Regarding the ongoing controversy with the National Security Agency, this morning the Washington Post stated:

"The National Security Agency has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since Congress granted the agency broad new powers in 2008, according to and other top-secret documents.”

Fresh Air interviewedShane Harris, author of The Watchers: The Rise of America’s Surveillance State spoke to Fresh Air about privacy in the digital era : 

Any movement that you make today leaves a digital signature, a digital trail. Investigators, after a terrorist attack has occurred, go back and use all of those digital signatures and trails to figure out who these people were and how they did the plot. Why can’t we look at it before the event occurs and try to predict with some degree of certainty where we should then be focusing our attention and which people we should be closely monitoring? But to do that you had to collect all of the information available everywhere.

bestrooftalkever:

This is the photo representation of what the decision to eat White Castle at 4a looks like. 

bestrooftalkever:

This is the photo representation of what the decision to eat White Castle at 4a looks like.