theeconomist:

Redrawing the map of Europe

Imagine a world in which countries could move just easily as people. Our suggestion for a rearranged Europe, published in May 2010, is just as relevant now. 

futurefantastic:

and here’s Jesus clearly handling the ball. yellow card

futurefantastic:

and here’s Jesus clearly handling the ball. yellow card

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Government agents from A Vague Yet Menacing Agency were in the back, watching. (x)

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rakatakat:

happy fuckin fourth of july

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almeida-o-bigodes:

Some of the best #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave memes on twitter.

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“There is no such thing as aliens!” says the Vague, Yet Menacing, Government Agency. “Your grandmother is dying. And so are you. You have this in common, celebrate it!” (x)

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If someone can correctly explain a position but continue to disagree with it, that position is less likely to be correct. And if ability to correctly explain a position leads almost automatically to agreement with it, that position is more likely to be correct. (See free trade). It’s not a perfect criterion, of course, especially for highly idiosyncratic views. But the ability to pass ideological Turing tests - to state opposing views as clearly and persuasively as their proponents - is a genuine symptom of objectivity and wisdom.
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6'1". Superb music taste. The only emotion I consistently feel is sleepy.

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