mpilot:

The Coolest Robots in Sci-Fi (fan art) by Josh Hine

I’d replace C3P0 with R2D2, personally.

mpilot:

The Coolest Robots in Sci-Fi (fan art) by Josh Hine

I’d replace C3P0 with R2D2, personally.

“There are a number of steps to follow when you come across an integration problem that requires trig substitution. The first step is to cry. The second step is to re-evaluate your life and wonder what you did to deserve this.”

Professor Leslie Buck (via mathprofessorquotes)

I don’t remember much of my math courses, but that sounds like solid advice.

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Jacob’s Ladder
Submitted by Dakota Hommes

I was just thinking about this movie the other day.

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Jacob’s Ladder

Submitted by Dakota Hommes

I was just thinking about this movie the other day.

iloveoldmagazines:

Popular Science
1969 Vol. 194, No. 3

…so, Canada?

iloveoldmagazines:

Popular Science

1969 Vol. 194, No. 3

…so, Canada?

amandaonwriting:

Quotable - Anthony Burgess, born 25 February 1917, died 22 November 1993
Burgess: on the fate of the English language
'English has a strange knack of doing well for itself, however much the old guard booms about threats to purity, the dangers of pollution. English did well out of the Danish and Norman invaders; it will continue to profit from the strange loan-forms and coinages of the mixed populations that—in both England and America—represent the new ethnological order. Whatever form of English ultimately prevails—the British or the American variety—it will still be a great and rich and perpetually growing language, the most catholic medium of communication that the world has ever seen.Language survives everything—corruption, misuse, ignorance, ineptitude. Linking man to man in the dark, it brought man out of the dark. It is the human glory which antecedes all others. It merits not only our homage but our constant and intelligent study.’~ Language Made Plain by Anthony Burgess
10 Anthony Burgess Quotes

amandaonwriting:

Quotable - Anthony Burgess, born 25 February 1917, died 22 November 1993

Burgess: on the fate of the English language

'English has a strange knack of doing well for itself, however much the old guard booms about threats to purity, the dangers of pollution. English did well out of the Danish and Norman invaders; it will continue to profit from the strange loan-forms and coinages of the mixed populations that—in both England and America—represent the new ethnological order. Whatever form of English ultimately prevails—the British or the American variety—it will still be a great and rich and perpetually growing language, the most catholic medium of communication that the world has ever seen.
Language survives everything—corruption, misuse, ignorance, ineptitude. Linking man to man in the dark, it brought man out of the dark. It is the human glory which antecedes all others. It merits not only our homage but our constant and intelligent study.’
Language Made Plain by Anthony Burgess

10 Anthony Burgess Quotes

rstevens:

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Nice.

rstevens:

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Nice.

yeahwriters:

caseyanthonyofficial:

I just invented a new word:

Plagiarism

Hahahahahahahahahahaha

Brilliant.

jerhler:

This, my friend, is a pint

Where does one acquire such glory?