retrocampaigns:

“What is right has always been called radical by those with a stake in things that are wrong.” - Senator George McGovern, 1972

Campaign poster by John Whitemore and Pete Kettle. Found at ScottPearce.com.

retrocampaigns:

“What is right has always been called radical by those with a stake in things that are wrong.” - Senator George McGovern, 1972

Campaign poster by John Whitemore and Pete Kettle. Found at ScottPearce.com.

wilwheaton:

earharting:

fellcorbie:

I don’t know

#that’s it that’s the pilot

Yep, this is pretty much how it went down, if my memory serves me.

If you send your dear, crazy friend photo #1, it’s possible you’ll receive #2 in short order.

Bobby stands in solidarity with all colonized people.

Bobby stands in solidarity with all colonized people.

A nice idea

It turns out I’m not built for blogging about myself. That’s not a knock to people who are - I wish I were.

Thanks for playing. I’m off and returning to a 215 comment Facebook fight about Israel and Palestine, because Oberlin alums simply CANNOT leave it alone.

valkyrierisen:

zenodotus5:

adriofthedead:

snoozlebee:

allisonkilkenny:

Chris Person fixed TIME’s new magazine cover. Now it’s accurate. (TIME version #1, Person edit #2)

Update: And here’s another stellar contribution from @direlog

EXCELLENT

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From @EARNEST_CYBORG9

Fucking beautiful

Nice work

I can’t help myself. Neither could you if you were their person.

I’m not an Olympian, but I like to think I’m a reasonably fit guy. I can run a couple of miles at a 10 minute mile pace without puking or dying. Still, every time I do a swimming workout at my local Y, I watch these either very tiny or rather un-tiny old ladies bopping about like zen little fish while I gasp for air every other lap and (audibly) chant, “it’s okay that it’s hard, it’s okay that it’s hard, it’s okay that it’s hard.” 
In other news, I am precisely on time for my 9:25 tumblr post.

I’m not an Olympian, but I like to think I’m a reasonably fit guy. I can run a couple of miles at a 10 minute mile pace without puking or dying. Still, every time I do a swimming workout at my local Y, I watch these either very tiny or rather un-tiny old ladies bopping about like zen little fish while I gasp for air every other lap and (audibly) chant, “it’s okay that it’s hard, it’s okay that it’s hard, it’s okay that it’s hard.” 

In other news, I am precisely on time for my 9:25 tumblr post.

Ann Friedman is a genius, incidentally, and this series of hers at The Hairpin is a gift to all humanity.

Ann Friedman is a genius, incidentally, and this series of hers at The Hairpin is a gift to all humanity.