Preview for Hawkeye #19 by Matt Fraction and David Aja, on sale this Wednesday, July 30th!
If you think about it potatoes don’t really get all that much credit
they’re fucking awesome
this one thing here
can be made into:
different variations of fries
It can be made into chips
you can make hashbrowns with it
even a salad
add some fuckin cheese to those potatoes
you can have it sliced and diced
you can make tater tots
hell you can even eat the skin
or just have little potato nuggets
thank u potatoes
potatoes are life
Playing a Bethesda game like
PS3 player of Skyrim: WTF this game is broken.
President of Bethesda: It’s not broken, you’re playing it wrong!
|—||Warsan Shire (via elenilote)|
PLP, a not-for-profit org in Western Australia. Is an organisation the helps people with disability and lower literacy to access information.
Because the current government is conservative, we have lost our funding. If we don’t get to 1000 votes to secure our grant goal from an insurance company (SGIO) we will have to close after over 20 years of service to the community.
Please vote. It’s free. It’s quick,
And it might save a wonderful not-for-profit for another year
You see this guy in this low quality picture?
This guy is the CEO of a non-for-profit.
He works tirelessly from early in the morning to well into the night for the benefit of other people.
A few short months ago, he was a passionate, cheerful, optimistic guy trying to do some good. But guess what, this country and the complete lack of caring from people has gotten to him. The major funding has been cut. The government are tightening their belts so they can spend money on themselves despite record lows in literacy and record highs in homelessness. Our current funding opportunity is a community grant from an insurance company.
But we need votes! And people aren’t voting, despite the fact that it takes two seconds. We have one week left of the month within which we needed 1000 votes and we are only half way there!
Please help us.
Save a non-for-profit
These beautiful moths and butterflies look like they’re ready to flutter up and away, but they won’t be doing so because they’re wonderful textile sculptures painstakingly created by North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita. She sews, embroiders and stitches all sorts of multi-colored fabrics to create these oversized insects, which measure nearly a foot wide. She also adds painted details along with feathers and artificial fur. With great care Okita has achieved an awesome balance between astonishing realism and fanciful invention.