19th Nov 2013

(Source: koaachan)

19th Nov 2013
"Never lose a chance of saying a kind word."
Source: William Thackeray, Vanity Fair (via bookmania)
19th Nov 2013
10th Nov 2013

(Source: eat-to-thrive)

2nd Nov 2013

w0lfmother:

gentlymassagingurbutt:

beautifulworldbeautifulsouls:

tastefullyoffensive:

Best Pet Costumes of Halloween 2013 (Part 3)

Previously: Part 2Part 1Best Adult Costumes, Best Kid Costumes

My ribs hurt omg AW!

omg that first one

^ you would
23rd Oct 2013
gq:

Confessions of a Drone Warrior
He was an experiment, really. One of the first recruits for a new kind of warfare in which men and machines merge. He flew multiple missions, but he never left his computer. He hunted top terrorists, saved lives, but always from afar. He stalked and killed countless people, but could not always tell you precisely what he was hitting. Meet the 21st-century American killing machine.

gq:

Confessions of a Drone Warrior

He was an experiment, really. One of the first recruits for a new kind of warfare in which men and machines merge. He flew multiple missions, but he never left his computer. He hunted top terrorists, saved lives, but always from afar. He stalked and killed countless people, but could not always tell you precisely what he was hitting. Meet the 21st-century American killing machine.

7th Oct 2013

(Source: stfupri)

6th Oct 2013

punkkimono:

What you need to understand is that your mind likes to prove itself right

If you continue to tell yourself that you are disgusting then your mind will continue to find evidence to prove you right.

But if you tell yourself that you are loveable and worthwhile and good enough then it will find a way to prove this to you instead.

There is no objective truth. There is only the reality you create inside your mind.

6th Oct 2013

When you remember a past event, you are actually remembering the last time you recalled it, not the event itself.

sci-universe:

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The research, conducted by Northwestern Medicine shows that recalling a memory more often makes that memory less accurate, and that every time you take a memory off the shelf in your brain, you put it back just a tiny bit different. Researchers conducted the study by having people relate objects to locations on a grid over the course of three days. (Full article)

6th Oct 2013
criminalwisdom:

An illustrated guide to avoiding the NSA online» Via juhavantzelfde