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fratboysegs:

my favorite tweet at the moment

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akoyam:

ohmygil:

shintenbunshin:

literally nothing can ever top this

this is on a whole other level

secretly collecting ALL OF THESE.

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basketc8se:

tbh a lot of jokes on tumblr that start out funny get rly annoying after a while but none pizza with left beef hasn’t gotten any less funny in like two years and I’m not sure why

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sims4news:

honeywellsims4news:

NO SIMS 4 REVIEWS UNTIL AFTER THE RELEASE

"Looks like there’ll be no The Sims 4 reviews until after it’s out. EA tells me no one’s getting access ahead of release. I’m nervous."  —Dan Stapleton, IGN’s Review Editor

When asked if there was usually a good reason for publishers to hold back games from reviewers until after the release, “Not usually” was Dan Stapleton’s reply. No wonder he’s nervous.

"Oh and my proudest moment today: Got the game to crash ;) " —Crinrict, Gamescom

"There were some bugs in the game. I noticed that Sims in my game change positions during their conversation. When they finish chatting, they’ll for example switch their sofas/seats and then start gossiping. Still, I told SimGuruHydra about this issue and we’ve been told "This build is pre-release Beta software that contains bugs which will not be present in the shipping version".   —Sims_Community, Gamescom

"Everyone jogged everywhere in my game for some strange reason – hopefully this is fixed in the final build." —Beyond Sims, Gamescom

Given the games development history and the reports from those who played the game at Gamescom, I can only assume that all of the bugs and issues we’ve seen have not been fixed.  Time will tell.  In the meantime, waiting to buy The Sims 4 until after the launch — when you know what you’ll be getting — seems prudent.

This is not a good sign.

unpretty-princess:

manhatinglesbian:

revolution-of-the-self:

niceandpeaceful:

Please watch the video.

I’m getting scared as fuck to be alive right now.

Fuck

Don’t let it disappear. Not now, not ever.

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celinedionsnumber2fan:

evnw:

mrnes:

Marshal law in full effect there wow #mikebrown #ferguson

what…

the fuck

Quick note here.

It’s hard to see from the picture, but I’m pretty sure those aren’t tanks. If they were tanks it’d be pretty ridiculous, but the reality is actually a bit more scarier. I’m 90% certain those are M2 Bradley IFVs. IFV stands for Infantry Fighting Vehicle. These things are designed for two things: transporting friendly infantry, and killing enemy infantry.

Now, I’m sure that the DoD is not going to sell M2s to police forces with working M242 chain guns on top, they probably have water cannons or rubber bullet cannons on top. I don’t know, I couldn’t find anything about M2s being sold to police forces. However, I’m fairly certain that’s what these are, considering the DoD is phasing these out in favor of a new ground combat vehicle, so selling them off as surplus is way cheaper than just destroying them or storing them somewhere.

Basically, don’t call these tanks. They’re IFVs. Calling them tanks just opens the movement up to criticisms of ignorance from other people trying to find something to nitpick at. Not trying to be critical here, just wanted to share what I thought was interesting and helpful.

Oh also these are manufactured by Bae systems. Bae.

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420lbsound:

hisheroisjon:

Life’s trade

Is all we are

This song gets me right in the sad in the best way.

awayintheseaofred:

"You’re all the same, the lot of you, with your long hair and

faggot clothes. Drugs, sex, every sort of filth. And you hate the police,

don’t you?”

 ”You make it easy!”

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