The Bacon Blog
marchqueen:

angryplum:

How Canadians are hatched.
The eggs are laid in mudbeds in the early fall, and will hatch mid-winter as Pucklings to forage for syrup amongst the elk.

canadians are my favorite mythological creature

marchqueen:

angryplum:

How Canadians are hatched.

The eggs are laid in mudbeds in the early fall, and will hatch mid-winter as Pucklings to forage for syrup amongst the elk.

canadians are my favorite mythological creature

thatdudeemu:

hanbei-l-of-ransei:

huffingtonpost:

See all of the functionality of this amazing home unit here.

(Developed by MIT Media Lab)

That man is telekinetic

Imagine how great this could be for underprivileged people living in small homes

Yeah this would be AWESOME for students and under privileged in small spaces…If shit like this didn’t cost 3 - 4 times it would cost for regular sized furniture.

Got a brand new ESXi lab machine
talus-the-broken:

discofishstick:

I am so happy right now like you guys don’t even know

yeah we have chicken fries again…

YESSSSSSSSSSSSS~!!!!!

talus-the-broken:

discofishstick:

I am so happy right now like you guys don’t even know

yeah we have chicken fries again…

YESSSSSSSSSSSSS~!!!!!

illogicalpine:

Link:

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The Touhou fandom ladies and gents

What I imagine it looks like when Full Packet Capture is turned on

securityreactions:

by infra 

It’s weird being an adult in the working world

I mean…Now that I’m working in my field I have meetings, and conference calls and shit…Like I’m ACTUALLY using the calender app that came with my phone, and I have my work email tied to my phone and yet…I have a plushie cthulhu at my desk, a nerf gun and about 4 action figures.

Be an adult on your own terms folks!

Word of warning: ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS google the company you’re about to work for. I was called in for an interview with Primerica. I had googled the company the day before my interview and caught A LOT of red flags, but I was desperate and hoping that it was a legitimate position…Needless to say it wasn’t and I wasted a day and $6 in bus fare to get out there. Here are some warning signs to look for if you think you might be being roped into a pyramid scheme:

  • Trickle down payment system (A manager or team lead gets the bulk of the money and “Trickles” it down to the other team members)
  • A group “Interview” that appears to be more of a sales pitch
  • Unrealistic money projections (Making claims that you’ll earn 6 figures)
  • Encouraging getting family and friends on your “Team”
  • 100% commission based structure (Especially if they offer bonuses for getting people onto your “Team”)
  • They cold call you when you never applied to the company

These businesses are shady as fuck (Hell I’m technically working for one as an IT contractor so I see how these things operate).

P.S. Beware of “Successful testimonials” like the above. 9 times out of 10 it’s members of the pyramid trying to save face and not loose their commission, so they’ll embellish or grey out some of the shady practices to make it appear more legitimate (The “Sales isn’t for everyone” line is the most common).

I LOVE KITTIES!!

the-arena-ballerina:

neptunain:

christmas is so much worse as you get older it’s like “what do you want this year?” “a sense of purpose”

"a career" "financial security" "a sex life" "tuition for grad school" "alcohol" "a nap" "socks would be nice"

It’s also worse when you get older and you start having close family/friend’s passing away….Or Family feuds that split the family apart. Christmas is a pretty sad time for myself, but I get through it.