20th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Comedy Central with 405 notes

southparkdigital:

WACKY RACES?! HOLY SHIT! 

southparkdigital:

WACKY RACES?! HOLY SHIT! 

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20th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from Just Me. with 171,369 notes

iwasateenagefaery:

joanne-and-deans-bacon:

I’M SAVING THESE TO FUCK WITH PEOPLE’S BRAINS

I just love the boy’s reactions i keep imagining a little boy screaming bedtime paradox and then immediately falling to sleep

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19th October 2014

Photo reblogged from melissa's musings with 103,790 notes

aquaheartgirl:

Reblog! This could save lives!

aquaheartgirl:

Reblog! This could save lives!

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18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from True + Real with 50,134 notes

inkskinned:

"I’m so humiliated, I thought that he loved me."

inkskinned:

"I’m so humiliated, I thought that he loved me."

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18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin with 143 notes

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18th October 2014

Post reblogged from Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin with 47 notes

classicrockliveslong:

So my stomach was hurting like hell, than I played D’yer Mak’er and it magically disappeared. May Led Zeppelin be my medicine

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18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Salem Bambi with 1,129 notes

90377:

The Stone Of The Golden Bridge by Heli Berg on Flickr.

90377:

The Stone Of The Golden Bridge by Heli Berg on Flickr.

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18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Ruined Childhood with 223,116 notes

misandry-mermaid:

therapsid:


"Friendship is a fucking hassle."

someone told this pony about bronies.

I laughed at that comment for a solid 5 minutes.

misandry-mermaid:

therapsid:

"Friendship is a fucking hassle."

someone told this pony about bronies.

I laughed at that comment for a solid 5 minutes.

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18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Not here to take your shit with 2,681 notes

heisenburger:

micdotcom:

For $50, this tiny box will keep everything you do online anonymous

From National Security Agency spying to governments blocking portions of the Internet in times of unrest, recent controversies have demonstrated just how little freedom we actually have online
But what if there were a way to stay hidden 24/7 on the Internet, free from detection and censorship?
Meet this new Kickstarter project, anonabox | Follow @micdotcom


THIS IS INSECURE. DO NOT BACK THIS. The hardware is an off-the-shelf alibaba product that’s $20 a unit. The box’s root password has been easily cracked. The wireless SSHD is the same for every box, allowing one owner to easily attack other owners of the box. Worse still, it’s being marketed to protestors, journalists and whilsteblowers as a secure device, when actually it’s pea-brained configuration of tor that in some ways makes it easier to attack than if you were connected to a public wireless network. The creator of this device has lied about every stage of it’s inception and purpose.Wired did a good writeup of the discoveries here: http://www.wired.com/2014/10/anonabox-backlash/

heisenburger:

micdotcom:

For $50, this tiny box will keep everything you do online anonymous

From National Security Agency spying to governments blocking portions of the Internet in times of unrest, recent controversies have demonstrated just how little freedom we actually have online

But what if there were a way to stay hidden 24/7 on the Internet, free from detection and censorship?

Meet this new Kickstarter project, anonabox | Follow @micdotcom

THIS IS INSECURE. DO NOT BACK THIS. The hardware is an off-the-shelf alibaba product that’s $20 a unit. The box’s root password has been easily cracked. The wireless SSHD is the same for every box, allowing one owner to easily attack other owners of the box. Worse still, it’s being marketed to protestors, journalists and whilsteblowers as a secure device, when actually it’s pea-brained configuration of tor that in some ways makes it easier to attack than if you were connected to a public wireless network. The creator of this device has lied about every stage of it’s inception and purpose.

Wired did a good writeup of the discoveries here: http://www.wired.com/2014/10/anonabox-backlash/

Source: micdotcom

18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from with 424 notes

Source: baileybarley