1. I don’t think that people accept the fact that life doesn’t make sense. I think it makes people terribly uncomfortable.
    — David Lynch  (via mirroir)

    (Source: wordsnquotes, via myfirstfeaturefilm)

     

  2. liberatingreality:

    Our ignorance is their power.

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  4. ruefle:

    This is the best thing I’ve seen all week. How heavenly.

    (Source: easyontheextras, via hidden-war)

     

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  6. cracked:

    As much as they get picked on, at least Bing and Apple Maps aren’t building Skynet.

    5 Evil Ways Google and Facebook Are Using Their Insane Power

    #5. They’re Both Developing Terrifying Technology

    You know how supervillains have underground labs full of mad scientists? Well, Google has the Google X facility, where people who would have felt right at home in the Manhattan Project develop impossible (so far) ideas like hoverboards, space elevators, and freaking teleportation. Not impossible: Google’s own robot army. Between solar-powered drones that can “fly for years” and robo-beasts that run at 29 miles an hour, it’s starting to look like the only thing Terminator got wrong is that the T-800s didn’t mock your weird porn history before crushing your skull.

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  9. Anonymous said: I'm often told that people would be lazy if people are guaranteed free food and water in a Socialist type of society. What would you have to say about that?

    america-wakiewakie:

    I think it’s a reversal of the question: How many lazy capitalists like hedge-fund managers contribute nothing to the collective good of society while fleecing the rest of us of shelter, food, and water? There is something deeply troubling about the idea that in order to qualify my existence on this planet I must prove my worth by producing commodities, that somehow if I don’t I should not eat. Socialists are not lazy. We want to control the fruits of our labor, including the food we produce for the capitalist class. 

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