Then again, apparently it's not all milk and... →
If you're happy and you know it drink a beer. →
Interesting read. Makes sense, ignorance is bliss and it often feels like Australian culture is all about celebrating stupidity. Still, they got one thing right, the high dollar makes Internet shopping very fun, as my credit card statement can verify. Seriously though. I do love it here, and though I want to travel more and live in other countries I will always call Australia home (and New...
He so cute and fluffy.
fuckyeah-chemistry: For anyone looking to broaden their mind in the field of chemistry. MIT offers most of their material from their classes, including chemistry. Anyone who loves science should take a look because in addition to undergrad chem stuff they also have graduate level classes. Link below. http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm submitted by http://itsfuckingchemistry.tumblr.com/
Writing a novel — actually picking the words and filling in paragraphs — is a...– Steve Hely, How I Became a Famous Novelist (via synecdoche)
Douglas and I, as the first two owners of Apple Macs in Europe, played for years...– (via fuckyeahstephenfry)
Caring For Your Introvert →
I want to print this out for my friends! To say, this is why I like living by myself. This is why I don’t want to go to the pub (unless it’s trivia night, that’s my time to shine). This is why I love you lots, but only in little bits. Most of my mates are big time extroverts and don’t seem to understand the concept of being alone without being lonely, this might help. Or at...
Too many organs? →
This makes me glad and sad at the same time. I am happy that the initiative of the previous prime minister Kevin Rudd has been such a success. Without him making organ transplantation a priority I might have died last year while waiting for a liver transplant. Instead I received 2 in the space of 2 months, the first happening about a week before I would have been taken off the transplant list and...
We live on a world of wonders. A place of astonishing beauty and complexity. We...– Professor Brian Cox (via mission-to-mars)