1. Anonymous said: I think the "conservativeism in modern teens" is more of a maturity thing than a reoccurring trend. When I was in middle school I was a /b/ browsing close minded asshat then when I got to high school and actually learned shit about the real world I pretty much flip flopped all that. I think for the most part it's something teens grow out of as they age. Though some do retain their immaturity more than others.

    neilcicierega:

    I had some pretty ignorant libertarianish ideas when I was young, too. I’m just glad I didn’t have a community to reinforce it, because I every time I’ve ventured to one of those boards I see a bitterness that never used to exist, and I really think a significant percentage of those kids will not escape, and will grow up to be the shitty uncle you don’t want to talk politics with at Thanksgiving.

     

  2. moot:

    I am a supreme procrastinator.

    I also don’t spend my leisure time wisely. Stick me in front of a computer with an internet connection, and I’ll amaze you with my ability to make time evaporate with little or nothing to show for it.

    Suffice it to say, it really bothers me. As someone who doesn’t…

    Mad props to this colossal faggot.

     
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  5. "Running of the Six DRGXX" Syd Mead

     

  6. "Wild things stick together."
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    After being equally moved and bamboozled for so long about this scene, Matt Zoller Seitz cuts straight through.

     
  7. (Source: codycobb)

     
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  10. memejacker:

    a new form of divination develops out of seeing the future within grainy instagram memes

     
  11. sachinteng:

    30 Day Challenge // Day 24 // Something That Represents Your Favorite Culture

     
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  13. "SHALLOW REWARDS // 26 PSALM 285"

    On distributed influence, elitism, and the appropriation of punk semiotics by massive corporations.”

     
     
  14. cambond:

    Regan

     
  15. (Source: reddit.com, via saeloun)