1. wabisabiforrobots:

If I’m shopping at Target and I see this, I’m calling the cops.  
Seriously.  I don’t care about your fucking rights, I just want to buy some dad jeans and maybe a tub of frosted animal crackers without having to worry about your casually slung assault rifle going off and the bullet ricocheting off the price checker and right into my ass.  Thanks but no thanks.  

    wabisabiforrobots:

    If I’m shopping at Target and I see this, I’m calling the cops.  

    Seriously.  I don’t care about your fucking rights, I just want to buy some dad jeans and maybe a tub of frosted animal crackers without having to worry about your casually slung assault rifle going off and the bullet ricocheting off the price checker and right into my ass.  Thanks but no thanks.  

    (Source: Mother Jones)

  2. typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Fleischman.

    typeverything:

    Typeverything.com - Fleischman.

  3. typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Calligraphy Animals by Andrew Fox.
(Via This is Colossal)
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One of the best things I’ve seen in, like, forever!

    typeverything:

    Typeverything.com - Calligraphy Animals by Andrew Fox.

    (Via This is Colossal)

    Follow us on Instagram.

    One of the best things I’ve seen in, like, forever!

  4. huffingtonpost:

    Your favorite children’s characters would kill you in a heartbeat. See more terrifying looks at animated characters here. 

    (By Dan LuVisi’s Popped Culture)

    Almost to good to be true

  5. explore-blog:

    So wonderful: Love Letter from a Scientist by Utterlybanjaxed, with drawings by nimsley and Arbeekeypok.

    Richard Feynman would approve. Pair with this vintage ode to discovery and creativity in science.

    (via jtotheizzoe)

  6. Spring is cute.

    Spring is cute.

  7. Writers and artists may ask themselves why they make art or write… but all rebuttals and answers to their existential questions rest on faith in Art or Literature.

    — Lynne Tillman on what to say when people ask you why you write or make art (via explore-blog)

  8. explore-blog:

A vital reminder from the fourth episode of Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos series.
Perhaps Bertrand Russell put it best in his 10 commandments of learning, where he admonished:

Have no respect for the authority of others, for there are always contrary authorities to be found.

 
Pair with Carl Sagan’s toolkit for critical thinking.

So worth repeating.

    explore-blog:

    A vital reminder from the fourth episode of Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos series.

    Perhaps Bertrand Russell put it best in his 10 commandments of learning, where he admonished:

    Have no respect for the authority of others, for there are always contrary authorities to be found.

    Pair with Carl Sagan’s toolkit for critical thinking.

    So worth repeating.

  9. explore-blog:

    The idea that you could tell a story in 30 seconds is astounding. I don’t know why they don’t get more props, people in advertising. Done well, a good television commercial is a story, right? But 30 seconds is insane. Making someone laugh is really easy. Making people cry is really hard. And as a society, we venerate people who can make us laugh, but we’re sort of indifferent to those who can make us cry – which is crazy…

    Malcolm Gladwell in conversation with Paul Holdengraber at The New York Public Library. Pair with Gladwell on brands.

    Props to #ad people and story telling.