1. Rumsfeld to IRS: taxes are too damn complicated

    jkottke:

    Uh oh, Donald Rumsfeld and I agree on something. Each year, with his tax return, Rumsfeld sends a letter to the IRS explaining that neither he or his wife are sure of how accurate their taxes are because the forms and tax code are too complex. Here is this year’s letter:

    Rumsfeld Tax

    If only he had been less certain of his accuracy in an even more complex situation, like, say the whole WMD/Iraq War thing.

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    (Source: courtmonty)

  3. We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.
    Anais Nin (via aseeyax)

    (Source: balidomalido, via brightmoments)

  4. pleasingaesthetics:

edwardspoonhands:

pizzajohn:

babymarkers:

the-chocolate-chip-pancake:

thatsnotwatyourmomsaid:

none pizza with left beef

It should be a rule of Tumblr to always reblog none pizza with left beef

ive missed you

None Pizza Left Beef haunts me to this day. I’ll be sitting there, minding my own business when suddenly I’ll think of this, and laugh hysterically, no matter what.

Every time I’m awake to see 3 am I’m like, “Y’know what sounds really good right now? None pizza with left beef.”

girlunderwraps 
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    pleasingaesthetics:

    edwardspoonhands:

    pizzajohn:

    babymarkers:

    the-chocolate-chip-pancake:

    thatsnotwatyourmomsaid:

    none pizza with left beef

    It should be a rule of Tumblr to always reblog none pizza with left beef

    ive missed you

    None Pizza Left Beef haunts me to this day. I’ll be sitting there, minding my own business when suddenly I’ll think of this, and laugh hysterically, no matter what.

    Every time I’m awake to see 3 am I’m like, “Y’know what sounds really good right now? None pizza with left beef.”

    girlunderwraps 

    (Source: ollielephant, via blazey)

  5. More than half of the students who enroll in for-profit colleges—many of them veterans, single mothers, and other low- and middle-income people aiming for jobs like medical technician, diesel mechanic or software coder—drop out within about four months. Many of these colleges have been caught using deceptive advertising and misleading prospective students about program costs and job placement rates. Although the for-profits promise that their programs are affordable, the real cost can be nearly double that of Harvard or Stanford. But the quality of the programs are often weak, so even students who manage to graduate often struggle to find jobs beyond the Office Depot shifts they previously held. The US Department of Education recently reported that 72 percent of the for-profit college programs it analyzed produced graduates who, on average, earned less than high school dropouts.
    David Halperin, "The Perfect Lobby: How One Industry Captured Washington, DC" The Nation. April 3, 2014 (via jalylah)
  6. Berlin Nights. 
Via: The Awesome Farm
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    Berlin Nights. 

    Via: The Awesome Farm

  7. secondsminuteshours:

Mari, Rashid & Dave.
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  8. lostinurbanism:

Mrs. Rosalee Wormley, Chicago by Lee Balterman 

    lostinurbanism:

    Mrs. Rosalee Wormley, Chicago by Lee Balterman 

    (via jalylah)