seattlish:

Go away, we’re watching Tacocat. 

LOVE.


twiststreet:

danforth:

community101:

Dean Pelton’s Rap - Community 5.09

The end of this is so funny to me.

Gillian Jacobs, trying to keep from laughing at the end of this…

This really was a remarkable moment. I’ve seen it five times now and it never stops being funny.

(via comedydork)


Holy shit. I had a less-edgy version of this GIF on my Trapper Keeper.

Holy shit. I had a less-edgy version of this GIF on my Trapper Keeper.


70sscifiart:

Futuristic monorails by retro sci-fi artist Shigeru Komatsuzaki.

Monorails are always going to be cool. One day Seattle will understand this.

(via soylenth)


This is what it looks like when you get hit by a chunk of ice and fall 100 feet down a mountain. If anyone ever asks.


Worth the wait. (Found on Reddit.)

Worth the wait. (Found on Reddit.)


Joshua Harker’s “Anatomical 3D Self-Portrait” is simply gorgeous. Go see the rest of the photos at Colossal.

Joshua Harker’s “Anatomical 3D Self-Portrait” is simply gorgeous. Go see the rest of the photos at Colossal.


tompeyer:

The perfect way to handle Lana!

It’s like a setup for a joke in The Aristocrats.

tompeyer:

The perfect way to handle Lana!

It’s like a setup for a joke in The Aristocrats.

(via infant-tyrone)


The Only Fantasy World Map You’ll Ever Need, by EotBeholder on DeviantArt.

The Only Fantasy World Map You’ll Ever Need, by EotBeholder on DeviantArt.


Watching Johnny Carson bomb is a delight. I was too young to watch the Tonight Show when he was host, but I’ve since watched a lot of his monologues, and he’s just fantastic. Except when he’s not. This is probably the worst monologue he ever gave, and the way he handles it is just perfect: Acknowledge the failure, keep your head screwed on right, then plow through.


intrapanel:

The lettering makes the dialogue.
THOR #190
1974, Marvel Comics
Stan Lee writer, John Buscema artist, Joe Sinnott inks, Sam Rosen letters

intrapanel:

The lettering makes the dialogue.

THOR #190

1974, Marvel Comics

Stan Lee writer, John Buscema artist, Joe Sinnott inks, Sam Rosen letters

(via guttersnipercomics)



Apparently, Hitler would’ve looked creepy no matter how he did his hair. I found this at Death and Taxes:


During World War II, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS)—an early version of the CIA—asked New York make-up artist Eddie Senz to create altered photos of Hitler after D-Day. The images were meant to show what Hitler might look like in disguise, without the greasy hair and trademark ‘stache.

Apparently, Hitler would’ve looked creepy no matter how he did his hair. I found this at Death and Taxes:

During World War II, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS)—an early version of the CIA—asked New York make-up artist Eddie Senz to create altered photos of Hitler after D-Day. The images were meant to show what Hitler might look like in disguise, without the greasy hair and trademark ‘stache.


This doesn’t just apply to journalists, to be fair. One of the things that blew me away when I got my job and started meeting politicians is that politicians don’t know what the hell they’re doing, any more than the rest of us. They’re just ordinary people. You forget that when they’re just names on paper, or when you see them on TV. You always assume that someone in print (or online) has some special knowledge that you don’t. That’s not a correct assumption to make.

This doesn’t just apply to journalists, to be fair. One of the things that blew me away when I got my job and started meeting politicians is that politicians don’t know what the hell they’re doing, any more than the rest of us. They’re just ordinary people. You forget that when they’re just names on paper, or when you see them on TV. You always assume that someone in print (or online) has some special knowledge that you don’t. That’s not a correct assumption to make.


—from Blood Will Out, Walter Kirn’s new memoir about a long friendship with a man who turned out to be a con man and a convicted murderer.

—from Blood Will Out, Walter Kirn’s new memoir about a long friendship with a man who turned out to be a con man and a convicted murderer.