rollership:

this goes with all music

Listening to this track as I scrolled past the above post and realized just how true it actually is:
http://youtu.be/PjCn6bLT3fM

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I believe humans get a lot done, not because we’re smart, but because we have thumbs so we can make coffee.

Flash Rosenberg (via yourcoffeeguru)

(via rude-mechanicals)

I want to be around people that do things. I don’t want to be around people anymore that judge or talk about what people do. I want to be around people that dream and support and do things.

—Amy Poehler  (via infinite-paradox)

(Source: psych-facts, via rude-mechanicals)

tourettesandsex:

urbies:

xbostons:

lostboyonadeadthrone:

If your girlfriend has sexual intercourse with another girl. Is that considered cheating? 

If I’m right handed and I punch you with my left, did I really hit you?

image

I’ll reblog this every time.

Fucking thank you!

(via danglen)

I want to do things that I find rewarding on my own terms. Fuck money. I’d like some though. But it’s not the real goal.

If you can design one thing, you can design everything

Massimo Vignelli (via gregmelander)

rollership:

thenoobyorker: Dish of the day: breeding and mutating food species may be the only convincing plan anyone has for feeding the world Photograph: Victor de Schwanberg/Science Photo Library
From Inside the meat lab: The future of food

Could ethical concerns ultimately drive public acceptance of the new food technology? Cor van der Weele, Professor of Humanistic Philosophy at Wageningen University, is convinced that’s the case, with artificial meat at least. “People will see the moral benefits of cultured meats. Taking stem cells from a pig rather than killing millions of pigs in factories is already a more attractive idea to consumers.” She quotes studies of the viability of growing meat in sunlight-fuelled “bio-reactors” placed in desert areas: the reduction in resources is staggering. “It would require 1% of the land and just 2% of the water that traditional meat production does. And it would involve a 90% reduction in greenhouse gases,” she says.
Eating real meat in 2035 could be as morally questionable as eating foie gras – and about as expensive. As Dr Mark Post says: “A meat-eater with a bicycle is much more environmentally unfriendly than a vegetarian with a Hummer.”


A double-whammy when you consider the potential for improvement of animal lifestyle in such a production plant. I’m all for ethical treatment of animals. But some people just won’t change. It is already hard for me not to eat meat. But if there is a great alternative like artificial meat - you’d really have to be a backward detriment to society, to keep the animal industry intact.
The planet would greatly benefit from such an advance. I could have a steak again and not feel guilty! Yum :D

rollership:

thenoobyorkerDish of the day: breeding and mutating food species may be the only convincing plan anyone has for feeding the world Photograph: Victor de Schwanberg/Science Photo Library

From Inside the meat lab: The future of food

Could ethical concerns ultimately drive public acceptance of the new food technology? Cor van der Weele, Professor of Humanistic Philosophy at Wageningen University, is convinced that’s the case, with artificial meat at least. “People will see the moral benefits of cultured meats. Taking stem cells from a pig rather than killing millions of pigs in factories is already a more attractive idea to consumers.” She quotes studies of the viability of growing meat in sunlight-fuelled “bio-reactors” placed in desert areas: the reduction in resources is staggering. “It would require 1% of the land and just 2% of the water that traditional meat production does. And it would involve a 90% reduction in greenhouse gases,” she says.

Eating real meat in 2035 could be as morally questionable as eating foie gras – and about as expensive. As Dr Mark Post says: “A meat-eater with a bicycle is much more environmentally unfriendly than a vegetarian with a Hummer.”

A double-whammy when you consider the potential for improvement of animal lifestyle in such a production plant. I’m all for ethical treatment of animals. But some people just won’t change. It is already hard for me not to eat meat. But if there is a great alternative like artificial meat - you’d really have to be a backward detriment to society, to keep the animal industry intact.

The planet would greatly benefit from such an advance. I could have a steak again and not feel guilty! Yum :D

This is my first attempt at making music since high school. It’s all from scratch. Note by note.

A complete stranger just liked the track I posted and now I feel tops :D

We can’t hate ourselves into a version of ourselves we can love.

—Lori Deschene (via shoushoude)

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thisgingerisonfire:

charliemikevictortango417:

xamhx:

FUCK YEAH, SAVE THE EAGLES!

FUCKING THIS OH MY GOD.

THIS FUCKING GUY IS ON POINT.

thisgingerisonfire:

charliemikevictortango417:

xamhx:

FUCK YEAH, SAVE THE EAGLES!

FUCKING THIS OH MY GOD.

THIS FUCKING GUY IS ON POINT.

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NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY