The End is NOT near
rhymeswithvinegar:

notahyper-specific:

That’s it.  That’s Fox News.

They didn’t even get a comedian to talk about the economy on the news. They got a fictional character played by a comedian to talk about the economy on the news.

Did he just say, “Mr. President, have pity on the working man!” several times and then leave?

rhymeswithvinegar:

notahyper-specific:

That’s it.  That’s Fox News.

They didn’t even get a comedian to talk about the economy on the news. They got a fictional character played by a comedian to talk about the economy on the news.

Did he just say, “Mr. President, have pity on the working man!” several times and then leave?

treylane:

decaffeinate-o:


Woah. Thanks, Trey. I saw that first gif a long time ago, but I found one of those kits in a used car my mom bought recently and had no idea how to use it. WE LOOTIN’ SPRINGHILL TONIGHT!

treylane:

decaffeinate-o:

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Woah. Thanks, Trey. I saw that first gif a long time ago, but I found one of those kits in a used car my mom bought recently and had no idea how to use it. WE LOOTIN’ SPRINGHILL TONIGHT!

believelandohio:

Boop

that’s not how i remember it

believelandohio:

Boop

that’s not how i remember it

rtamerica:

Alabama inmates plan strike against prison labor
Inmates in at least one Alabama correctional facility are planning a prison-wide work stoppage that threatens to bring production to a halt over pay and court conditions, according to an inmate who spoke to reporters from his cell.
The strike was organized inside St. Clair County Correctional Facility in Springville, Alabama by members of the Free Alabama Movement. The group – loosely made up of inmates at St. Clair and other Alabama penitentiaries – alleges that prison jobs initially designed to help fill convicts’ days and give them a sense of pride behind bars have effectively been turned into a kind of slave labor for Alabama officials.
“We decided that the only weapon or strategy…that we have is our labor, because that’s the only reason that we’re here,” Melvin Ray, a St. Clair inmate and the founder of the Free Alabama Movement, toldSalon. “They’ve incarcerated people for the free labor.”

Among other financially based motives.Prison. Industrial. Complex.

rtamerica:

Alabama inmates plan strike against prison labor

Inmates in at least one Alabama correctional facility are planning a prison-wide work stoppage that threatens to bring production to a halt over pay and court conditions, according to an inmate who spoke to reporters from his cell.

The strike was organized inside St. Clair County Correctional Facility in Springville, Alabama by members of the Free Alabama Movement. The group – loosely made up of inmates at St. Clair and other Alabama penitentiaries – alleges that prison jobs initially designed to help fill convicts’ days and give them a sense of pride behind bars have effectively been turned into a kind of slave labor for Alabama officials.

We decided that the only weapon or strategy…that we have is our labor, because that’s the only reason that we’re here,” Melvin Ray, a St. Clair inmate and the founder of the Free Alabama Movement, toldSalon. “They’ve incarcerated people for the free labor.”

Among other financially based motives.
Prison. Industrial. Complex.

rhymeswithvinegar:

yahwehiam:

Read bottom to top.I have to deal with this person on a regular basis. What the fuck is infowars, and how can I never hear about it again?P.S. Just in case you didn’t know, websites have been disabling their comment sections because research is showing that it actually makes people dumber, but I’m sure that will turn out to be the government quieting dissent through their ubiquitously popular and influential propaganda publication, Popular Science.

One of the things I’ve seen the few reasonable people on r/worldnews do is read the ranting person’s opinion back to them, including the original poster’s stupid internet handle.
"What an excellent point. I also agree that ‘in impending fascist places like the US or UK they are trying to criminalize the thoughtcrime of ‘denying global warming’. What valuable insight, TightDickLord"
also, is this some dude who you know in real life or just some dude on the internet? Holocaust denial is like some high-level conspiracy theory asshole behavior.

We run in the same circles around town, so I see him every few weeks, but I use that social group based website ever day. He’s got some paranoid, sensationalist reveal for what’s really going on at least twice a week. Nobody on there agrees with him, but no one else tells him how intellectually offensive that shit is either.

rhymeswithvinegar:

yahwehiam:

Read bottom to top.
I have to deal with this person on a regular basis. 
What the fuck is infowars, and how can I never hear about it again?

P.S. Just in case you didn’t know, websites have been disabling their comment sections because research is showing that it actually makes people dumber, but I’m sure that will turn out to be the government quieting dissent through their ubiquitously popular and influential propaganda publication, Popular Science.

One of the things I’ve seen the few reasonable people on r/worldnews do is read the ranting person’s opinion back to them, including the original poster’s stupid internet handle.

"What an excellent point. I also agree that ‘in impending fascist places like the US or UK they are trying to criminalize the thoughtcrime of ‘denying global warming’. What valuable insight, TightDickLord"

also, is this some dude who you know in real life or just some dude on the internet? Holocaust denial is like some high-level conspiracy theory asshole behavior.

We run in the same circles around town, so I see him every few weeks, but I use that social group based website ever day. He’s got some paranoid, sensationalist reveal for what’s really going on at least twice a week. Nobody on there agrees with him, but no one else tells him how intellectually offensive that shit is either.

I dunno, just laying face down on the couch and waiting for some baby boomers to die, I guess
Millennials, when asked about plans for the future (via alwaysfaithfulterriblelizard)
"That’s it. That’s the _____."

I’ve seen this expression three times in this Tumbl-session alone, several times in the past, but the earliest I can ever remember hearing it was in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Awesome flick, but I doubt it’s one that would cause people to reproduce the phrase at the rate that they are. So where did the surge in popularity originate?

Read bottom to top.I have to deal with this person on a regular basis. What the fuck is infowars, and how can I never hear about it again?P.S. Just in case you didn’t know, websites have been disabling their comment sections because research is showing that it actually makes people dumber, but I’m sure that will turn out to be the government quieting dissent through their ubiquitously popular and influential propaganda publication, Popular Science.

Read bottom to top.
I have to deal with this person on a regular basis. 
What the fuck is infowars, and how can I never hear about it again?

P.S. Just in case you didn’t know, websites have been disabling their comment sections because research is showing that it actually makes people dumber, but I’m sure that will turn out to be the government quieting dissent through their ubiquitously popular and influential propaganda publication, Popular Science.