bad-ass-baby:

Excited got a totes ma goats t shirt today :)

bad-ass-baby:

Excited got a totes ma goats t shirt today :)

darccmarcc:

Concert percussion

1,109,301 plays

littlegracenote:

omgtsn:

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YOU KNOW I DON’T THINK THIS IS HOW THE SONG GOES

foodfinisher:

Masturbation is a most deadly sin and children need to be protected from the temptation.

foodfinisher:

Masturbation is a most deadly sin and children need to be protected from the temptation.

rambozus:

itsmemorized:

Oh my GOD
My grandma bought my grandpa new pants and my mom asked him how they felt and he goes “like a cheaply made castle” and we were like what and he goes “no ballroom”
GRANDPA NO

Grandpa yes.

Kol Nidrei feels right about now

"You need to be on fire for people around you to fell warm, and right now I’m very cold."

— Chee-Yun Kim during a coaching on our trio’s Dumky.
Pill Boxes hike!

Pill Boxes hike!

eatgeekstudy:

smilesandvials:

arthuralbionkirkland:

ultrafacts:

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The day has come
that my coffee cup has become more accurate than the weather man.
Sorry dude you’re kinda out of a job now.

Drinks do this shit.
The Integrated Science Center is under negative pressure (both between the outside of the building and all the labs compared to the highway). If you go in there with an open carbonated drink, it will instantly go flat. The building is built this way because a) it keeps all fumes in and near the ventilation system/hoods and b) in case of explosion, the pressure difference will keep fire from like, you know, flowing out the doors like it’s a goddamn action film, keeping accidents contained.However, the difference is noticeable to humans and it can be *very* disorienting. (Also sometimes the system gets messed up and you have to REALLY FREAKING TRY to open the doors and it makes pseudo-airlock noises and it is absurd).

ah! The Linus Pauling Science Center has the same problem. When the system goes batshit, doors can be forced closed (trapping graduate students in the lab… Not me, of course. An organic kid) and most importantly, making VERY SCARY NOISES. Pounding and groaning as metal flexes and the elevators just roar when you use them. 

Horrifying stuff, mate

eatgeekstudy:

smilesandvials:

arthuralbionkirkland:

ultrafacts:

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The day has come

that my coffee cup has become more accurate than the weather man.

Sorry dude you’re kinda out of a job now.

Drinks do this shit.

The Integrated Science Center is under negative pressure (both between the outside of the building and all the labs compared to the highway). If you go in there with an open carbonated drink, it will instantly go flat. 

The building is built this way because a) it keeps all fumes in and near the ventilation system/hoods and b) in case of explosion, the pressure difference will keep fire from like, you know, flowing out the doors like it’s a goddamn action film, keeping accidents contained.

However, the difference is noticeable to humans and it can be *very* disorienting. (Also sometimes the system gets messed up and you have to REALLY FREAKING TRY to open the doors and it makes pseudo-airlock noises and it is absurd).

ah! The Linus Pauling Science Center has the same problem. When the system goes batshit, doors can be forced closed (trapping graduate students in the lab… Not me, of course. An organic kid) and most importantly, making VERY SCARY NOISES. Pounding and groaning as metal flexes and the elevators just roar when you use them. Horrifying stuff, mate