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Recovery Summer 2: Electric Boogaloo

Recovery Summer 2: Electric Boogaloo

And they call us “anti-science”

gallium-knight:

Dear Anti-Choice assholes on my campus:

Here’s a test:

I’m holding a baby in one hand and a petri dish holding an embryo in the other.

I’m going to drop one. You chose which.

If you really truly believe an embryo is the same thing as a baby, it should be impossible for you to decide. You should have to flip a coin, that’s how impossible the decision should be.

Shot in the dark, you saved the baby.

Because you’re aware there’s a difference.

Now admit it

Biology test, dipshit: how many embryos yanked from a womb and put on a petri dish survive more than a moment or two? In your hypothetical, you’re holding a living human and a dead human. I choose the living human. But hey, let’s indulge your fantasy and assume the human on the petri dish is magically alive and will stay alive long enough to be magically reimplanted.

If I see you holding two defenseless children and threatening to drop them to their deaths, here’s what happens.

I draw my pistol, aim it at your head, and order you to gently put them both down. If you make a move to kill either one, I kill you to save them.

How do you like that response, ghoul?

Yoda, you wiseass.

Yoda, you wiseass.

ladyofleithian:

misterpornographic:

basically if you’ve seen Spaceballs and don’t like it, you have no sense of humor and  i hate you

Reblogging because Spaceballs is made of win. :)

matthen:

When designing a machine, it’s better to mesh gears together whose numbers of teeth don’t share a common factor. In the top pair, the gears have 12 and 6 teeth each, so the red defect on the right gear grinds on the left gear in two places. Because the gears in the bottom have coprime numbers of teeth (7 & 5), the wear from the defect is spread evenly on the left gear. [more] [code] 


Cool animation.

matthen:

When designing a machine, it’s better to mesh gears together whose numbers of teeth don’t share a common factor. In the top pair, the gears have 12 and 6 teeth each, so the red defect on the right gear grinds on the left gear in two places. Because the gears in the bottom have coprime numbers of teeth (7 & 5), the wear from the defect is spread evenly on the left gear. [more] [code

Cool animation.

All-purpose progressive fallback: throw the race card.

All-purpose progressive fallback: throw the race card.

Kanye West is America’s greatest contribution to music

raceandeconomics:

ohiocoastie:

Yes, and Lucky Charms are the pinnacle of haute cuisine.

Actually I would put Kanye West up there with Charles Ives, Aaron Copland, Frank Zappa, Nina Simone, Duke Ellington and Philip Glass. He’s a serious artist with serious talents and should be treated as such. Parts of Yeezus actually reminded me of the Concord Sonata.

Dunno if you’re familiar with that though, cracker.

Aw, how cute. Somebody learned how to Google for musicians’ names in an effort to appear urbane.

Kanye West is America’s greatest contribution to music

Yes, and Lucky Charms are the pinnacle of haute cuisine.

raceandeconomics:

ohiocoastie:

When the tax burden is high, you have a choice. This isn’t rocket science, folks.

Wow dude, this is a really scientific analysis!! That’s really beautiful, man. Like it’s just so amazing, the rigor, the detail, the force, the organization behind all of this! You see, cuz like, the first circle is really small, right? And then, like, the second circle, ah shit, that shit gets HUGE, son!
Are you Sir Isaac Newton? I can’t believe how smart you are man, this is really incredible. I think I seriously might cry, bruh.

I can’t fuckin believe it man. YOU DID IT! YOU CRACKED THE CODE! THIS IS FUCKING BRILLIANT!!!!!
Look, I just went ahead and Googled this shit for you, call these motherfuckas up IMMEDIATELY:
Harvard School of Economics: 617-495-2144
Yale School of Economics: (203) 432-3576
Be PROUD of yourself, dude! You fuckin did it. YOU ARE A GENIUS!!!!!!! DON’T LET ANYBODY TELL YOU DIFFERENT!!!!!!!!!!!

You don’t read very well, do you? Try this, Einstein.http://brainshavings.com/2011/07/raising-taxes-will-do-nothing-good/Get back to me after you’ve had a few years of real world experience, mmmkay?

raceandeconomics:

ohiocoastie:

When the tax burden is high, you have a choice. This isn’t rocket science, folks.

Wow dude, this is a really scientific analysis!! That’s really beautiful, man. Like it’s just so amazing, the rigor, the detail, the force, the organization behind all of this! You see, cuz like, the first circle is really small, right? And then, like, the second circle, ah shit, that shit gets HUGE, son!

Are you Sir Isaac Newton? I can’t believe how smart you are man, this is really incredible. I think I seriously might cry, bruh.

I can’t fuckin believe it man. YOU DID IT! YOU CRACKED THE CODE! THIS IS FUCKING BRILLIANT!!!!!


Look, I just went ahead and Googled this shit for you, call these motherfuckas up IMMEDIATELY:

Harvard School of Economics: 617-495-2144

Yale School of Economics: (203) 432-3576

Be PROUD of yourself, dude! You fuckin did it. YOU ARE A GENIUS!!!!!!! DON’T LET ANYBODY TELL YOU DIFFERENT!!!!!!!!!!!

You don’t read very well, do you? Try this, Einstein.

http://brainshavings.com/2011/07/raising-taxes-will-do-nothing-good/

Get back to me after you’ve had a few years of real world experience, mmmkay?