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Break Up Song of the Day: Maybe You’re Delusional

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My heart was too big for my body, so I let it go.
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thedailywhat:

Farewell of the Day: Aaron Swartz

Aaron Swartz, a computer programmer and Internet activist best known for his contributions to RSS 1.0, Reddit and Demand Progress, has passed away at age of 26. Found dead at his Crown Heights residence on January 11th, the cause of his death has been since identified as suicide by hanging. The tragic news came only months before his trial on felony hacking charges was set to begin, as Swartz had been indicted in July 2011 on federal charges of allegedly hacking into the academic paper subscription service JSTOR and downloading nearly all of its archives with intent to distribute them for free via file-sharing networks. In mourning his death, Anonymous has already launched a hacking campaign against M.I.T websites.

thedailywhat:

Farewell of the Day: Aaron Swartz

Aaron Swartz, a computer programmer and Internet activist best known for his contributions to RSS 1.0, Reddit and Demand Progress, has passed away at age of 26. Found dead at his Crown Heights residence on January 11th, the cause of his death has been since identified as suicide by hanging. The tragic news came only months before his trial on felony hacking charges was set to begin, as Swartz had been indicted in July 2011 on federal charges of allegedly hacking into the academic paper subscription service JSTOR and downloading nearly all of its archives with intent to distribute them for free via file-sharing networks. In mourning his death, Anonymous has already launched a hacking campaign against M.I.T websites.

Source : Washington Post
thedailywhat:

Touche of the Day

Siri can go overboard with sarcasm sometimes.

thedailywhat:

Touche of the Day

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As you walk and eat and travel, be where you are. Otherwise you will miss most of your life.
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iguanamouth:

iguanamouth:

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about a week ago i found this in a goodwill, one of those “grow in water” toys but

there’s no pictures of what might be inside besides the awful baby clipart, and i am insanely curious about whats actually in the egg 

15 hour adventure starting now

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9 hours in and there is a crack on the egg, i repeat, crack on the egg

what if it’s really not a baby and it’s a turd

WELL WE GON FIND OUT

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hour 23 WHAT THE FUFCK IS THAT

THE EGG CONTAINED SOME KIND OF ELDRITCH MONSTROSITY THAT IS NOT A BABY ABORT MISSION ABORT ABORT

I JUST WENT AHEAD AND TOOK IT APART

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OH

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HOLY PISSING HELL

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MY CHILD

lol

(via sadsassysuckers-deactivated2014)

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thedailywhat:

Didn’t See That Coming of the Day: Escalator Goes in Reverse

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thedailywhat:

North Koreans Using Homophone to Make Fun of Kim Jung Un’s Birthday

It’s Kim Jung Un’s 30th birthday today, or an extra burdensome day for millions of North Koreans who will be expected to smile, clap hands and she those tears of joy. But on a slightly brighter side, North Koreans have apparently found a way to poke fun at the dear leader with his date of birth January 8 (pronounced “il-pal” or “sippal”), which happens to be a homophone for the Korean swear word “f@#king” (pronounced “sippal”). According to Korean news agencies with sources inside the totalitarian regime, referring to Kim’s birthday as the “f@#king birthday celebrations” has become sort of a trend among the discontent in Pyongyang. Like that one saying goes, “there ain’t no party like a Pyongyang party, ‘cause a Pyongyang party is absolutely mandatory.”

thedailywhat:

North Koreans Using Homophone to Make Fun of Kim Jung Un’s Birthday

It’s Kim Jung Un’s 30th birthday today, or an extra burdensome day for millions of North Koreans who will be expected to smile, clap hands and she those tears of joy. But on a slightly brighter side, North Koreans have apparently found a way to poke fun at the dear leader with his date of birth January 8 (pronounced “il-pal” or “sippal”), which happens to be a homophone for the Korean swear word “f@#king” (pronounced “sippal”). According to Korean news agencies with sources inside the totalitarian regime, referring to Kim’s birthday as the “f@#king birthday celebrations” has become sort of a trend among the discontent in Pyongyang. Like that one saying goes, “there ain’t no party like a Pyongyang party, ‘cause a Pyongyang party is absolutely mandatory.”

Source : Gawker
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thedailywhat:

Parody News of the Day: Apple’s Solution to iOS6 Map Glitches

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meganfay:

gvbriel:

come join the party!




Brilliant.

meganfay:

gvbriel:

come join the party!

Brilliant.
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