Monthly Archives: May 2011


This is what happens when you run a robotics team made up of 10th-grade boys…


Just imagine a class of 140 people that contains 120 boys. You’d think they’d grow up by university but alas…. Engplay is hillarious at least.

Also, James, I can never figure out how to reblog stuff from your layout, always haveta go to the archives :/


This is genuinely fascinating to me…how the people of the internet want, love, and enjoy reality and authenticity. Why then are we almost always given the exact opposite? Maybe Lady Gaga had to be freaking crazy and weird in order for people to want to see her as a person. I can only think how lucky I am to have people want to see me be myself without first having to wear a dress made out of meat…though I know you’d all love to see that. #punishmentidea

Very interesting thoughts about a beautiful song and a person who is hard to place. Thinking about it reminds me of stargirl a little bit, people who are very unique and act radically different from other people cause turmoil in a sense. By not fitting so extraordinarily well they cause people to reasses the way they label others, the cause social orders to be rethought. They also tend to face a lot of anger and misuderstanding at some points and be greatly inspiring and admired at others.

Also, John and Hank Green have tumblr now! Yay!

Imagining the future is a kind of nostalgia.

The Yeti