Sirkowski
This was the apartment of my alcoholic neighbor at the first place I lived on my own (2005 maybe). The surprising thing is there was no odor or bugs. Insects probably stay as far away as they could. The landlord just fucking ripped the entire place appart. Threw the bath, toilet and sink out.
A few years later, another alcoholic moved in. His dog had fleas and he didn’t give a shit. Sort of luckily the place was turned into condos and everyone leaved.

This was the apartment of my alcoholic neighbor at the first place I lived on my own (2005 maybe). The surprising thing is there was no odor or bugs. Insects probably stay as far away as they could. The landlord just fucking ripped the entire place appart. Threw the bath, toilet and sink out.

A few years later, another alcoholic moved in. His dog had fleas and he didn’t give a shit. Sort of luckily the place was turned into condos and everyone leaved.

To quote Francis: I hate Ayn Rand.
Anonymous

retrorecap:

There are some days where I miss high school. And then there are days when I remember people actually said things like this.

Aristocat, Kevin? Really?

"What does U.S.A. means?"
- In geography, 8th grade, srly.

Ayn Rand's books and her philosophy both suffer from the same problem -she does not understand human nature. Her books are filled with characters that are theoretically more or less possible, but extremely unlikely. She herself probably had severely atypical psychology, and she seems to generalize from herself. If the vast majority of humans actually thought, felt, and functioned as she seems to have thought people do, then her philosophy might actually work, but humans don't. It's not even close. So, it's building a system that won't work for most of humanity. But people whose psychology happens to be closer to hers will often fall for it for the same reasons she did. And young people, who have much less life experience, will often fall for it, because they do not yet realize how unrealistic her characters are. This is why I think we need more psychology education, but really, I just love psychology.

However, I wanted to comment because it occurred to me that there is a fictional utopia-like world that works that way, and how extremely different it is from Rand’s works. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic does have the premise that each pony has a special talent that is how they will make their living and they will be truly happy and fulfilled by doing it. There also is a bit of the implication that everything that needs doing will end up with a pony who is particularly apt and desirous of doing it. But one assumes that this works by magic, and I don’t think it quite carries to our own world. Yet, it is a nice dream, and I am amused at the similarities in fantasy between Galt’s Gulch and My Little Pony. However, My Little Pony definitely has better script-writing and production values and acting.”

 - Source: Uncreative

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Pre-ordered: 50th Anniversary Lady-Jaye, Baroness, Arctic BAT and Snow-Job.

The only one I really want is Lady-Jaye and the BAT. I already similar versions of the other two. Maybe I can try to sell them for cheap. I got a few Transformers I’m also tired of seeing. Maybe I’ll give them to the goodwill. I just gotta make sure they don’t destroy war toys the way the Salvation Army does with Harry Potter books.

I'd say put the YF-19 up but that's a fictional aircraft.
Anonymous

Close enough?

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toocatsoriginals:

Sukhoi SU-47 Berkut “Golden Eagle” (NATO: Firkin)

via Air War

Grumman X-29, forward-swept wings experimental aircraft.

Heheheh... Cawk...
Anonymous

huhuhu!

Regarding all these foreign news agencies and politicians pointing the finger at the US over Ferguson: I'm not really that religious but as the Bible says, extract the rafter from your own eye before trying to remove the straw from your brother's.
Anonymous

The thing that pisses me off is these dictatorial regimes are exploiting the suffering of the people of Ferguson for their own sick gains. It’s like if I went to Ferguson and told protesters, “guys, at least they’re not firing real bullets and the gas isn’t poison, YOU’RE PRETTY LUCKY”. I’d be called an asshole and rightly so.

aeonmagnus:

30 Years of Transformers cartoons.

The Transformers: “More Than Meets The Eye, Part 1”.