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thekidshouldseethis:

"Vegetable" is a culinary term. Botanically-speaking, they don’t exist. SCI CODE’s Coma Niddy (Mike Wilson) explains why…
Watch the video.

A brussel sprout by any other name still tastes like feet.

thekidshouldseethis:

"Vegetable" is a culinary term. Botanically-speaking, they don’t exist. SCI CODE’s Coma Niddy (Mike Wilson) explains why…

Watch the video.

A brussel sprout by any other name still tastes like feet.

This post was reblogged from The Kid Should See This.

 
… in bed.

… in bed.

 

This post was reblogged from Airows.

 

lonelysandwich:

America’s Funniest Robots

(Source: pierregrassou)

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You do not examine legislation in the light of the benefits it will convey if properly administered, but in the light of the wrongs it would do and the harms it would cause if improperly administered.

— Lyndon B. Johnson

 
Surviving is important. Thriving is elegant.

Maya Angelou (via theimpossiblecool)

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Put ‘em in your mouth and suck ‘em

Put ‘em in your mouth and suck ‘em

 
Walter Mitty’s wallet

Walter Mitty’s wallet

 
filmprojections:

Hunter S. Thompson and Bill Murray.

filmprojections:

Hunter S. Thompson and Bill Murray.

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Is gratuitous-picture-of-yourself-Wednesday still a thing?

Is gratuitous-picture-of-yourself-Wednesday still a thing?

 
I’m not a typographer. These are (mostly) the Microsoft C* fonts that are freely available across platforms and included with Office (and Windows eventually) since 2003. 
I’ve been using Cambria for a while as my main body text. Distinctive yet I can count on most everyone having it. Calibri is where I go for sans-serif - especially when sharing the page with Cambria. I think their x-heights are similar and so they pair well. Calibri is the default font for most Office apps now (unless you go with a template). 
I don’t use Constantia or Corbel much - but I’ve grouped them here because, like Cambria and Calibri, I think their similar x-heights pair well. If I go with one, then I’ll also use the other. Lots of respect for both on the web.
Candara seems to garner a lot of praise. I wonder, however, if that’s just because it’s not really used much. Interesting swells along the letterforms, but it starts to feel like Papyrus to me. I dunno.
Franklin Gothic (medium here) seems interesting because, compared to the others, it’s perpetually bold. I might start using that in email replies if I embed my response inline with the original message to help make it stand out. Of course, it’s not a C* font. Just mentioning it.
Consolas is great for showing code or any other situation where I want a fixed-width font that needs to be shared with others. For personal use, I prefer the excellent DejaVu Sans Mono… but Consolas ain’t no slouch. Both give me a zero indicator (slash for Consolas, dot for Deja) which I love, love, love. Courier New is old and tired (and not a C* font either). Meh.

I’m not a typographer. These are (mostly) the Microsoft C* fonts that are freely available across platforms and included with Office (and Windows eventually) since 2003. 

I’ve been using Cambria for a while as my main body text. Distinctive yet I can count on most everyone having it. Calibri is where I go for sans-serif - especially when sharing the page with Cambria. I think their x-heights are similar and so they pair well. Calibri is the default font for most Office apps now (unless you go with a template). 

I don’t use Constantia or Corbel much - but I’ve grouped them here because, like Cambria and Calibri, I think their similar x-heights pair well. If I go with one, then I’ll also use the other. Lots of respect for both on the web.

Candara seems to garner a lot of praise. I wonder, however, if that’s just because it’s not really used much. Interesting swells along the letterforms, but it starts to feel like Papyrus to me. I dunno.

Franklin Gothic (medium here) seems interesting because, compared to the others, it’s perpetually bold. I might start using that in email replies if I embed my response inline with the original message to help make it stand out. Of course, it’s not a C* font. Just mentioning it.

Consolas is great for showing code or any other situation where I want a fixed-width font that needs to be shared with others. For personal use, I prefer the excellent DejaVu Sans Mono… but Consolas ain’t no slouch. Both give me a zero indicator (slash for Consolas, dot for Deja) which I love, love, love. Courier New is old and tired (and not a C* font either). Meh.

 
mu5icliz:

eldritch-elegy:

fuckyeahnerdpr0n:

whelp, I can now turn off the internet, I have seen everything

He also wore sweaters because of tattoos I believe he got in the Navy.

All this time i thought he was the image of suburbia. Turns out he’s more street than i am

mu5icliz:

eldritch-elegy:

fuckyeahnerdpr0n:

whelp, I can now turn off the internet, I have seen everything

He also wore sweaters because of tattoos I believe he got in the Navy.

All this time i thought he was the image of suburbia. Turns out he’s more street than i am

(Source: junglelauren)

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