A collection of hydro-carbons suspended in a solution of H²O bound by the electro-magnetic force. The evolution of these compounds resulted in the bipedal ape descendant (homo-sapien) know as Kelly.

 

A nice walk in tower this morning.  (at Tower District)

A nice walk in tower this morning. (at Tower District)

It’s funny, the stereotypes we given. Lazy, as if we ain’t build an entire country on our backs. Thieves, as if we wasn’t stolen from our home. Hateful, as if we was the ones that murder for dark skin. Selfish, as if we took over another people’s country and claimed they land as our own. Funny, how them stereotypes so perfectly describe the ones who done doomed us all.

My grandmother, talking to my brother who was recently called, “nothing but a black thug” for daring to wear a hoodie in the rain. (via asiaraymonet)

proofmathisbeautiful:

Ruggedized scientific calculator perfect for extreme math
By Tim Hornyak, IDG News Service
It laughs at splashes, dust and shocks. It eats military-spec drop tests for breakfast. It’s ideal for math in the great outdoors.
Meet Casio’s new ruggedized scientific calculator, the fx-FD10 Pro.
Mainly aimed at land surveyors, the device has 21 programs for civil engineering purposes such as curve calculations for plotting road construction.
The 250-gram FD-10 Pro is housed in an elastomer-coated case so it won’t slip out of a user’s hands, even when wet.
It’s got a backlit LCD screen for working in low light, an SD card slot for importing data from surveying equipment and a USB port to link with PCs. A series of side keys allow users to operate it with one hand.
It meets U.S. military standard 810G for shocks, and can be dropped from a height of 1.22 meters without damage, according to Casio.
“We don’t know of any leading calculator manufacturer who sells a rugged scientific calculator,” a Casio spokeswoman said. “It’s the first Casio scientific calculator to have all three features of being shock resistant, splash-proof and dust-proof.”
The model is being launched to meet anticipated demand for construction related to the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. The Japanese capital has been considering everything from a futuristic 80,000-seat stadium to a gondola lift as part of its makeover for the games.
Growing infrastructure demand in developing economies was another factor behind the launch, the spokeswoman added.
The FD-10 Pro will go on sale on April 25 in Japan, and is expected to sell for around ¥24,000 ($235).
The calculator is also to be marketed in many ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries, but launch dates will differ.
Casio is considering selling the FD-10 Pro worldwide as well, the spokeswoman said.

proofmathisbeautiful:

Ruggedized scientific calculator perfect for extreme math

By , IDG News Service

It laughs at splashes, dust and shocks. It eats military-spec drop tests for breakfast. It’s ideal for math in the great outdoors.

Meet Casio’s new ruggedized scientific calculator, the fx-FD10 Pro.

Mainly aimed at land surveyors, the device has 21 programs for civil engineering purposes such as curve calculations for plotting road construction.

The 250-gram FD-10 Pro is housed in an elastomer-coated case so it won’t slip out of a user’s hands, even when wet.

It’s got a backlit LCD screen for working in low light, an SD card slot for importing data from surveying equipment and a USB port to link with PCs. A series of side keys allow users to operate it with one hand.

It meets U.S. military standard 810G for shocks, and can be dropped from a height of 1.22 meters without damage, according to Casio.

“We don’t know of any leading calculator manufacturer who sells a rugged scientific calculator,” a Casio spokeswoman said. “It’s the first Casio scientific calculator to have all three features of being shock resistant, splash-proof and dust-proof.”

The model is being launched to meet anticipated demand for construction related to the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. The Japanese capital has been considering everything from a futuristic 80,000-seat stadium to a gondola lift as part of its makeover for the games.

Growing infrastructure demand in developing economies was another factor behind the launch, the spokeswoman added.

The FD-10 Pro will go on sale on April 25 in Japan, and is expected to sell for around ¥24,000 ($235).

The calculator is also to be marketed in many ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries, but launch dates will differ.

Casio is considering selling the FD-10 Pro worldwide as well, the spokeswoman said.

Is it Happening Again? The Growing Fascist Movement in America.

Fascism, the very word brings up images of The Nazi Party and Hitler. In the early 20th Century, Fascism gained popularity throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States, but now so removed from those events by time, do we know what Fascism is?

The defining characteristics of Fascism are authoritarianism and tribalism. The Fascist movement of 20th Century Europe hijacked the growing socialist movements of the lower class and Incorporated concepts of exceptionalism supported by pseudoscience such as eugenics.

The term ‘Nazi’ is often thrown about in heated arguments online these days in an attempt to liken the authoritarian aspects associated with it to the target of the hurled remark, but Fascism and Nazi are not one in the same. Fascism is not dependent on economic theory nor racial segregation, Fascism is the the authoritarian attitude that the one in power MUST be followed without question, and that anyone who dares not follow so blindly are the enemy of the Party, State, or Country.

It is not hard to see Fascism in other societies, for example, North Korea. However, what of us here in the United States? Can we see Fascism when it is under our nose? You might be thinking ‘Why yes, I see it all the time in the Political Parties in which I am in opposition!’ But what about the Parties and movements that you are in agreement with?

In America, Fascism has become a staple of the Religious Right and its propaganda machines like Fox News. However; it has found a home in the progressive movement as well. The racial and class subdivision of the American populous can act as a tool for those in power to control others and maintain that power.

I have seen too many fall under the spell of authoritarian rhetoric and believe that they are still acting independently

simonsayspegg:

soyrwoo:

breefolk:

mama-connor:

Wow Google, thank you for the stunning support! The effort you put into representing this cause is fantastic! Like, wow, this doesn’t even compare to what you did for the DW 50th!

Word.

The Google Doodle usually depicts holidays, fun anniversaries, and exciting events.  More serious causes, like remembering 9/11, anti-abuse, and cancer awareness, are represented in a solemn manner with a ribbon at the bottom of the page.  The ribbon is a more respectful way for Google to show support than plastering it on every page in the form of a novelty “doodle,” especially when it may be triggering to some Google users.

THANK YOU

simonsayspegg:

soyrwoo:

breefolk:

mama-connor:

Wow Google, thank you for the stunning support! The effort you put into representing this cause is fantastic! Like, wow, this doesn’t even compare to what you did for the DW 50th!

Word.

The Google Doodle usually depicts holidays, fun anniversaries, and exciting events.  More serious causes, like remembering 9/11, anti-abuse, and cancer awareness, are represented in a solemn manner with a ribbon at the bottom of the page.  The ribbon is a more respectful way for Google to show support than plastering it on every page in the form of a novelty “doodle,” especially when it may be triggering to some Google users.

THANK YOU

(Source: queerbot22)

vaginal-diabetus:

seductivecronus:

risingtensions:

physical comedy

I like how the fucker stands up all slow and epic like its gonna do some super fuggen awesome metal gear solid shit then…
then this shit.

CANNOT UNSEE.

vaginal-diabetus:

seductivecronus:

risingtensions:

physical comedy

I like how the fucker stands up all slow and epic like its gonna do some super fuggen awesome metal gear solid shit then…

then this shit.

CANNOT UNSEE.

(Source: rabbitboy)

Darkness reaches out to the black nothing,
Screaming without sound to bare witness of infinity itself.

jtotheizzoe:

One of my favorite GIFs of one of my favorite NASA visualizations to preview Monday’s It’s Okay To Be Smart and get you excited and all that jazz. Think you can guess what tomorrow’s vid is about?

Blue = sea saltGreen = organicsRed = dustWhite = sulfates

Check out the full NASA video below, featuring simulated global “stuff in the air” over a two year period on Earth. Ain’t Earth beautiful? (Even if, as in this case, it’s a 3 million processor-hour computer animation)

jtotheizzoe:

One of my favorite GIFs of one of my favorite NASA visualizations to preview Monday’s It’s Okay To Be Smart and get you excited and all that jazz. Think you can guess what tomorrow’s vid is about?

Blue = sea salt
Green = organics
Red = dust
White = sulfates

Check out the full NASA video below, featuring simulated global “stuff in the air” over a two year period on Earth. Ain’t Earth beautiful? (Even if, as in this case, it’s a 3 million processor-hour computer animation)

Avocado

Janet took a sip from her tea cup, looked over to the kitchen and saw the avocado sitting on the counter. Turning back to the computer she notice the time.
9:13
‘Shit!’ she exclaimed as she grabbed her purse and ran through the kitchen for the door. Just as she was about to open it, she stopped. ‘Keys!’ she thought to herself. She dug through her purse with no luck, she started back to the desk to look if she had left them there but stopped at the counter as she noticed the avocado again. It was at this point that she looked at her hand only to realize that the key were in it. Janet rolled her eyes at herself and walked out the door.
Moments later, the door swung open rapidly as Janet stormed in. She put her keys and purse down on the kitchen counter and walked to the bedroom. As quickly as she could manage, she took off her pajamas and pulled a blue pant suit from the closet, put it on, ran back into the kitchen, grabbed her purse and keys, and ran out the door slamming it behind her.
Foot heavy on the gas, Janet noticed how pleasantly smooth the traffic was on the way to the bank. In fact it only took 10 minutes before she found herself in the parking lot. ‘Strange.’ she said to herself walk to the doors. ‘Why isn’t anyone here?’ She stopped and looked at the empty lot. ‘Avocado!’ she said excitedly.
A short time later, the kitchen door of Janet’s house swung open again. She hung her purse up, dropped the keys on the counter, changed back into her pajamas, and picked up the avocado that was on the counter.
Today was Sunday, and she was making a salad on her day off.