Ja, das ist GUT!
tonenfit:

Simple Tricks to a Fitter You » http://bit.ly/fittricks

Holy shit. 

tonenfit:

Simple Tricks to a Fitter You » http://bit.ly/fittricks

Holy shit. 

corraparalassombras:

Fremont Street, Las Vegas, 1970

Pretty rad!

corraparalassombras:

Fremont Street, Las Vegas, 1970

Pretty rad!

I literally took photos of a sea turtle’s butthole. 

laliberty:

Apply today!!!

laliberty:

Apply today!!!

maseylikesmyself:

shinyblackchevy:

beau-friend:

tankgirls:

I before E

except when you run a feisty heist on a weird beige foreign neighbour

#and caffeine-strung atheists reinventing protein at their leisure #plebeians may deign to forfeit #either that or seize the language and reinvent it

fuck the english language

the english language deceived you

unamusedsloth:

"We should eat whatever those things are." [via]

unamusedsloth:

"We should eat whatever those things are." [via]

weedporndaily:

One more shot. Turned it into a sawed off shotgun👌 by valleyrec420 http://ift.tt/10Srb4s

weedporndaily:

One more shot. Turned it into a sawed off shotgun👌 by valleyrec420 http://ift.tt/10Srb4s

tastefullyoffensive:

[@kevinfarzad]
thinksquad:

 The director of the F.B.I., James B. Comey, said on Thursday that the “post-Snowden pendulum” that has driven Apple and Google to offer fully encrypted cellphones had “gone too far.” He hinted that as a result, the administration might seek regulations and laws forcing companies to create a way for the government to unlock the photos, emails and contacts stored on the phones.

But Mr. Comey appeared to have few answers for critics who have argued that any portal created for the F.B.I. and the police could be exploited by the National Security Agency, or even Russian and Chinese intelligence agencies or criminals. And his position seemed to put him at odds with a White House advisory committee that recommended against any effort to weaken commercial encryption.

Apple and Google have announced new software that would automatically encrypt the contents of cellphones, using codes that even the companies could not crack. Their announcement followed a year of disclosures from Edward J. Snowden, the former government contractor who revealed many government programs that collect electronic data, including information on Americans.

The new encryption would hinder investigations involving phones taken from suspects, recovered at crime scenes or discovered on battlefields. But it would not affect information obtained by real-time wiretaps, such as phone conversations, emails or text messages. And the government could still get information that is stored elsewhere, including emails, call logs and, in some cases, old text messages.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/17/us/politics/fbi-director-in-policy-speech-calls-dark-devices-hindrance-to-crime-solving.html?emc=edit_th_20141017&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=30254405&_r=2

thinksquad:

The director of the F.B.I., James B. Comey, said on Thursday that the “post-Snowden pendulum” that has driven Apple and Google to offer fully encrypted cellphones had “gone too far.” He hinted that as a result, the administration might seek regulations and laws forcing companies to create a way for the government to unlock the photos, emails and contacts stored on the phones.

But Mr. Comey appeared to have few answers for critics who have argued that any portal created for the F.B.I. and the police could be exploited by the National Security Agency, or even Russian and Chinese intelligence agencies or criminals. And his position seemed to put him at odds with a White House advisory committee that recommended against any effort to weaken commercial encryption.

Apple and Google have announced new software that would automatically encrypt the contents of cellphones, using codes that even the companies could not crack. Their announcement followed a year of disclosures from Edward J. Snowden, the former government contractor who revealed many government programs that collect electronic data, including information on Americans.

The new encryption would hinder investigations involving phones taken from suspects, recovered at crime scenes or discovered on battlefields. But it would not affect information obtained by real-time wiretaps, such as phone conversations, emails or text messages. And the government could still get information that is stored elsewhere, including emails, call logs and, in some cases, old text messages.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/17/us/politics/fbi-director-in-policy-speech-calls-dark-devices-hindrance-to-crime-solving.html?emc=edit_th_20141017&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=30254405&_r=2

thinksquad:

President Barack Obama on Friday turned to a trusted adviser to lead the nation’s Ebola response as efforts to clamp down on any possible route of infection from three Texas cases expanded, reaching a cruise ship at sea and multiple airline flights.

Facing renewed criticism of his handling of the Ebola risk, Obama will make Ron Klain, a former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden, his point man on fighting Ebola at home and in West Africa. Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice and to homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco, the White House said.

Klain does not have a medical or a health care background.

Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., slammed the decision on Twitter.
“Worst ebola epidemic in world history and Pres. Obama puts a government bureaucrat with no healthcare experience in charge. Is he serious?” Harris tweeted.


http://washington.cbslocal.com/2014/10/17/obamas-new-ebola-czar-does-not-have-medical-health-care-background/

midnightwalkerr:

nezua:

redefinedcool:

US of A

This is some of what we know. Not all. And there is more we do not even know.

The brazilian military coup of 1964 was also US backed.

urban-homesteading:

How to make 6 different rainwater collection systems! PLUS how to make an easy $4 direct irrigation system!Article: http://www.craftlikethis.com/20-rainwater-collection-systems/

urban-homesteading:

How to make 6 different rainwater collection systems! PLUS how to make an easy $4 direct irrigation system!

Article: http://www.craftlikethis.com/20-rainwater-collection-systems/

poorrichardsnews:

Don’t worry about it, guys. Trust the government. They’ll never ever ever lie to you about anything. Ever.

It’s disheartening to see the FBI used to promote a political agenda, but that’s what we got with the bureau’s release last month of a study claiming to show a sharp rise in mass shootings, a la Newtown, Conn.

The FBI counted 160 “mass” or “active” shootings in public places from 2000 to 2013. Worse, it said these attacks rose from just one in 2000 to 17 in 2013. Media outlets worldwide gave the “news” extensive coverage.

Too bad the study is remarkably shoddy — slicing the evidence to distort the results. In fact, mass public shootings have only risen ever so slightly over the last four decades.

While the FBI study discusses “mass shootings or killings,” its graphs were filled with cases that had nothing to do with mass killings. Of the 160 cases it counted, 32 involved a gun being fired without anyone being killed. Another 35 cases involved a single murder.

kropotkindersurprise:

October 14  2014 - Teachers in the Mexican state of Guerrero clashed with police and set city hall ablaze Monday in the city of Chilpancingo, calling for greater action over the disappearance of 43 students in September. It is widely believed they were taken by police and handed over to a drug cartel with ties to local government. [video]

Holy shit.  When will Americans do this?

kropotkindersurprise:

October 14  2014 - Teachers in the Mexican state of Guerrero clashed with police and set city hall ablaze Monday in the city of Chilpancingo, calling for greater action over the disappearance of 43 students in September. It is widely believed they were taken by police and handed over to a drug cartel with ties to local government. [video]

Holy shit.  When will Americans do this?