Rainbow Warrior

you could shop at 5 or 6 stores, or just ONE.

  • homoassassin:

    [ooga chacka intensifies]

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  • mostawkwardmomentss:

    When I get a random boner while watching TV


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  • h-e-i-s-e-n-b-e-r-g:

    oh my god it just keeps getting better

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  • efedra:

    Blue Angels (installation view), 2011-12 by Michelle Lopez

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  • sodomymcscurvylegs:




    Analysis: Over Half of All Statements Made on Fox News Are False | Addicting Info

    A new analysis by PunditFact found that of every statement made by a Fox News host or guest, over half of them were flat-out false. What’s more, only a measly 8% could be considered completely “true.”

    In other words, a fancy review of hundreds of hours of video confirmed what many who watch Fox News with any regularity already know: Fox News lies. A lot. Like all the time.

    Which isn’t to say that exposing Fox News’ irresponsible journalism isn’t an admirable goal. Despite its blatant spin doctoring, Fox still captivates a large portion of the news watching audience. On a near nightly basis, Fox News programs like “The O’Reilly Factor” and “The Kelly File” crush the competition. Given what we know about how poorly Fox informs its viewers, that paints a pretty grim picture for the millions who consume it without question.

    As you can see, Fox manages to capture an impressive range between “Mostly False” all the way to “Pants on Fire” while at the same time just 40 percent could be said to be even somewhat true.

    Some might argue that all news networks are pretty terrible and with the seemingly endless drivel that comes out of a 24-hour channel it’s a valid point. Luckily, PunditFact looked at a few other major stations as well and while they aren’t bastions of veracity, they at least look like they’re trying.

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    Does this surprise anyone?

    MSNBC isn’t much better. Not that I’m defending Faux News, but, keep that in mind as well, because the media is all about manipulation of popular opinion, from both sides. Neither is trustworthy. 

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