Damden_Rant
Me and my Aydee Poo plugging in..

Me and my Aydee Poo plugging in..

it’s beyond freezin and dogs gotta go pee…worse than dam kids!

it’s beyond freezin and dogs gotta go pee…worse than dam kids!

Time to GIT!!!! PEACE WORK!

Time to GIT!!!! PEACE WORK!

Still craving sweet after meal, gone eat half this!

Still craving sweet after meal, gone eat half this!

3/4 of Snickers bar I are this morning is gone.. Aftermoon snack. freah salad, 4 multigrain saltines, a tamgerine, and cup of coffee(black)!! Grownman snack.

3/4 of Snickers bar I are this morning is gone.. Aftermoon snack. freah salad, 4 multigrain saltines, a tamgerine, and cup of coffee(black)!! Grownman snack.

Lunch break, but too cold yo leave..hmmm..damn snickers calling!

Lunch break, but too cold yo leave..hmmm..damn snickers calling!

Hey, hey, who’s in there?

Hey, hey, who’s in there?

yahoopolitics:

imagePresidential second terms have a bad reputation. It’s almost enough to make you wonder why President Barack Obama wanted the job.

President George W. Bush saw his popularity dragged into the cellar in his second term by the unpopular Iraq war, the botched government response to Hurricane…

scinerds:

Great Wall of Cygnus

Perhaps discovered by William Herschel on October 24, 1786. Discovered by John Herschel before 1833.

Image: Nick Pavelchak Info

This nebula is lying 3 degrees from bright Deneb, Alpha Cygni. Some people claim it may be visible to the naked eye under good, dark conditions, and a preferred object for amateur astrophotographers.

The distance to the North America Nebula is estimated at 1,600 light years. The North America Nebula was perhaps detected by William Herschel who cataloged a “faint, extremely large, diffuse nebulosity” near its place under his catalog number H V.37. John Herschel definitely found it and cataloged it as h 2096 and later as GC 4621. It was first photographed by Max Wolf on December 12, 1890.

scinerds:

Great Wall of Cygnus

Perhaps discovered by William Herschel on October 24, 1786. Discovered by John Herschel before 1833.

Image: Nick Pavelchak Info

This nebula is lying 3 degrees from bright Deneb, Alpha Cygni. Some people claim it may be visible to the naked eye under good, dark conditions, and a preferred object for amateur astrophotographers.

The distance to the North America Nebula is estimated at 1,600 light years. The North America Nebula was perhaps detected by William Herschel who cataloged a “faint, extremely large, diffuse nebulosity” near its place under his catalog number H V.37. John Herschel definitely found it and cataloged it as h 2096 and later as GC 4621. It was first photographed by Max Wolf on December 12, 1890.

livelymorgue:

Aug. 4, 1946: Nearly a year after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, William L. Laurence wrote of the underwater tests at Bikini Atoll for The Times, “One is amazed to find the profound change in the public attitude toward the problem of the atomic bomb.” Because the test did not make a hole at the bottom of the ocean or kill everybody involved, Mr. Laurence’s concern was that the public saw this as “just another weapon.” He called for a reawakening of “consciousness to the fact” that this was the “greatest cataclysmic force ever released on earth. Unless some means are found for its control, it will inevitably lead to the destruction of civilization.” Photo: The New York Times