December92011
objectiv3subjectivity:

sweet-as-lemons:


You know that wallpaper in Windows XP?That was taken in 1996.This is a photo taken of what it looks like now! In 2011. 
And yes, it’s a real place, not a computer generated one!
Pass it around folks!
Submitted by                                                                                                                       thekaycho

sad :(

Bad news.

objectiv3subjectivity:

sweet-as-lemons:

You know that wallpaper in Windows XP?
That was taken in 1996.
This is a photo taken of what it looks like now! In 2011. 

And yes, it’s a real place, not a computer generated one!

Pass it around folks!

Submitted by thekaycho

sad :(

Bad news.

(Source: fuckyeahrandomstupidity, via intuitiveexpressions)

November222011
November162011
May182011

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May162011

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I make the stupidest most retarded mistakes on the math sat. T____T

March232011
toliveanddieinlondon:

This is Hideaki Akaiwa. When the Tsunami hit his home town of Ishinomaki, Hideaki was at work. Realising his wife was trapped in their home, he ignored the advice of professionals, who told him to wait for the army to arrive to provide search and rescue.
Instead he found some scuba gear, jumped in the raging torrent - dodging cars, houses and other debris being dragged around by the powerful current, any of which could have killed him instantly - and navigated the now submerged streets in pitch dark, freezing water until he found his house. Swimming inside, he discovered his wife alive on the upper level with only a small amount of breathing room, and sharing his respirator, pulled her out to safety.
If he had waited for the army, his wife of 20 years would be dead.
Oh, and if that’s not enough badassery for one lifetime, Hideaki realised his mother was also unaccounted for, so jumped back in the water and managed to save her life also. Since then Hideaki enters the water everyday on a one man search and rescue mission, saving countless lives and proving that two natural disasters in a single day, and insurmountable odds can’t stand in the way of love. This man is my hero.

toliveanddieinlondon:

This is Hideaki Akaiwa. When the Tsunami hit his home town of Ishinomaki, Hideaki was at work. Realising his wife was trapped in their home, he ignored the advice of professionals, who told him to wait for the army to arrive to provide search and rescue.

Instead he found some scuba gear, jumped in the raging torrent - dodging cars, houses and other debris being dragged around by the powerful current, any of which could have killed him instantly - and navigated the now submerged streets in pitch dark, freezing water until he found his house. Swimming inside, he discovered his wife alive on the upper level with only a small amount of breathing room, and sharing his respirator, pulled her out to safety.

If he had waited for the army, his wife of 20 years would be dead.

Oh, and if that’s not enough badassery for one lifetime, Hideaki realised his mother was also unaccounted for, so jumped back in the water and managed to save her life also. Since then Hideaki enters the water everyday on a one man search and rescue mission, saving countless lives and proving that two natural disasters in a single day, and insurmountable odds can’t stand in the way of love. This man is my hero.

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March112011

Reblog if you’re a lip biter.

whensara:

sexcatsandpizza:

I kinda tend to bite inside my lip. Or like Idk. It’s weird. I’m weird. Sigh.

(Source: witchyminaj, via witnessingthelife-deactivated20)

February162011

B- in History

Wow.

So today I looked at my history grade in schloop only to see Grade: B- Score: 81.06%


So what happened? I got a 12/20 on participation… which proceeded to bring my grade of 98%(Yesterday that was my grade) down to 81%. Basically participation is weighted at 18% and Hw/Quizzes(The only other categories that we’ve gotten grades in so far) are weighted at a total of 22%. Therefore getting a 60% on participation would average out a 100% on hw/quizzes to like 82%, or in my case, 98% to 81%. Now I have to get a perfect grade on the test (40% weight) in order to bring my grade back to an a- for the progress report. Sigh… and I really thought i was safe in history too.

Frkin retarded if you ask me -_-

January252011
January192011
flexum:

Just found out that i will be at this years REDBULL BC ONE. 
Let’s see if i head line. 
Thanks to Troll, Zulu Gremlin and the RedBull Team. 

flexum:

Just found out that i will be at this years REDBULL BC ONE. 

Let’s see if i head line. 

Thanks to Troll, Zulu Gremlin and the RedBull Team. 

(via skeletonmfx)

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