Delusional Quixote

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brain-food:

Cloak App  An Antisocial Network 

Cloak reads the geo-data info from your friends’ Instagram and Foursquare accounts, then lets you know exactly where they’re posting from—obviously, so you can avoid them. “Wait, Gary from sales is at the supermarket? OK, I suppose I can fast tonight.” We’re not sure what Gary ever did to you, but you can avoid him, your ex-girlfriend, your boss, or any hockey mask-wearing, ax-wielding maniac who’s considerate enough to post the locations of his slayings. 

It’s currently free in the app store

March of the Pigs

citationneeded:

In a 1994 episode of Beavis & Butthead, the boys watch the video for March of the Pigs and are confused by the pause after the first piano break, thinking the song is over. After Trent Reznor knocks over his microphone at the end of the video, Beavis adds, “Thank you very much. We are Nine Inch Nails” somewhat dismissively.

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Junk food is engineered to be addictive - The science behind making the food that’s so bad for us taste so good…VIDEO

man looking at this alone makes me want chips and cheetos

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pappubahry:

Neptune, seen from the Keck Observatory in the infrared (wavelength 1.17-1.3 microns), 11 August 2004.  (Program ID N19N2.)

pappubahry:

Neptune, seen from the Keck Observatory in the infrared (wavelength 1.17-1.3 microns), 11 August 2004.  (Program ID N19N2.)

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