Computers are for winners

(Source: unvitation)


i’ve been a simpsons fan for most of my life but i still don’t watch on a consistent basis so i don’t have the level of recall that most fans do. i only have really good recall of futurama and spongebob and i think i’d trade both to be able to rattle off simpsons references for hours

This is the only benefit to being over thirty


New app shows the politicians you support when buying your favorite brands 

As the controversies over companies such as Chick-fil-A and Hobby Lobby have shown, you might be surprised to learn about the politics of your favorite retailers and franchises. But if you’re uncomfortable with indirectly supporting causes and politicians, you can always start a personal boycott — and a new smartphone app is making it easier for you to do just that. 

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"While I agree that more Americans need to be aware of the state of our nation’s reservations, I find Snyder’s attempt to shame those calling for name change deplorable and the idea of preserving Native American history through an NFL team tragic. To assert that the name is acceptable because of its lack of offense neglects the power of words and the power of stories. This claim silences the one story that really matters in this controversy–the systematic abuse, silencing, and mistreatment of Native Americans that persists to this day."

Hague was also ordered to personally donate $100,000 toward the establishment of the Sade Foundation, “in honor of the dog he mistreated in the elevator,” according to a Centerplate statement.


Video shows CEO kicking puppy in elevator: ‘A friend’s pet caused me to lose control’


A major concessions company faces boycotts from sports fans outraged by surveillance video of its CEO kicking a puppy and yanking its leash during an elevator ride.

I bet this guy’s doing this kind of shit all the time when there’s no cameras around.

"Policemen are very cynical. I know I am. I don’t trust anybody. I hate everybody. I hate y’all, too. I hate everybody. I’m into diversity – I kill everybody. I don’t care."

Ferguson Police officer Dan Page who has since been relieved of duty


Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest school district in the US, is ending its zero tolerance policy and will instead implement measures that emphasize counseling over punitive measures. Research shows a correlation between early run-ins with law enforcement and drop-out risk. LAUSD hopes a new approach will help minimize that risk. 

*watches LA flourish in 10 years*

North Korea Says Ferguson Response Made U.S. ‘The Laughing Stock Of The World’