SO MY FRIEND WAS TELLING ME ABOUT THIS NEW GAME SHE SAW AT E3 AND SHE SAID IT WAS WHERE YOU PLAY AS AN OCTOPUS AND TRY TO LIVE YOUR LIFE AND THIS IS IT
THIS IS FUCKING IT IM CRYING MY EYES OUT
I HAVE QUESTIONS.
wheres the octopus? i only saw a loving father.
nobody suspects a thing omfg
king and lionheart - of monsters and men | flaws (acoustic) - bastille | howl - florence + the machine | nitesky ft. john lamonica - robot koch | all eyes on you - st. lucia | pull me down - mikky ekko | everlasting light - the black keys | this - ed sheeran | the storm - the airborne toxic event | little dreams - ellie goulding | someday - two door cinema club | not with haste - mumford & sons
Do you ever think of the very real possibility that not all your friends will die of old age
Joshua Katz, a Ph. D student in statistics at North Carolina State University, just published a group of awesome visualizations of a linguistic survey that looked at how Americans pronounce words.Among the words he maps are crawfish, syrup, caramel, lawyer, mayonnaise and pecan. He also maps regions by how they refer to a carbonated beverage (the age-old soda or pop question) and how people address groups of two or more people — though as someone who spent time in Pittsburgh, yinz seems to be conspicuously absent. — heidi
Lunatic; from Old French lunatique, from late Latin lunaticus, from Latin luna ‘moon’ (from the belief that changes of the moon caused intermittent insanity).
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Jack Paulo||DIF Magazine
competent but shy/aloof/insecure character who is really freaked out but determined and trying their best + weird character with inappropriately calm/chipper attitude = I probably ship it
Graduation Day at Sing Sing prison
Here’s an amazing statistic for you, about recidivism rates.
Of the 26,867 inmates who left New York prisons in 2008, nearly 40 percent returned to prison within 3 years. However, there are important exceptions: Among those are the maximum security inmates behind the walls of Sing Sing in Ossining, NY who have obtained a masters degree in Professional Studies — a one-year graduate degree administered by the New York Theological Seminary. Their recidivism rate over 31 years has been just 10 percent. The rate for those who’ve left with a degree in the last five years? ZERO.
“Education,” said Dale Irvin, the president of New York Theological Seminary, “is the surest indicator of low recidivism rates.”
Listen in to the latest Micropolis story and hear how a number of people — including convicted murderers — have turned their lives around while becoming assets to the prison community.
I wish we had gotten to see more development on the ‘boyd wants to be like scott’ thing.