The worst scooter driver in China
wtf is this real?
Thank you!! Yes I start in the fall. My major is math and environmental studies.
Math and Environmental Studies :)
Ultimately, I choose UCLA because it’s an opportunity one cannot miss. Ya feel me? lol
No one in my family has gone there expect a 2nd cousin of mine? lol However, my older sister went to UC Berkeley and my both my parents only did a semester at community college.
cannot surprise how sick this song is. Genius!! and the whole soundtrack!!!
98 year old dobri dobrev, a man who lost his hearing in the second world war, walks 10 kilometers from his village in his homemade clothes and leather shoes to the city of sofia, where he spends the day begging for money.
though a well recognized fixture around several of the city’s chruches, known for his prostrations of thanks to all donors, it was only recently discovered that he has donated every penny he has collected — over 40,000 euros — towards the restoration of decaying bulgarian monasteries and churches and the utility bills of orphanages, living entirely off his monthly state pension of 80 euros and the kindness of others.
Now, I don’t want to be the depressing post on your dash today, but there is something we all need to address, and that something is Syria. Just take a moment to really look at those photos, then please take another just to read the following.
Syria has been in a civil war since March 15th 2011, that’s over two years.
How many times have you seen it on the news recently? In your national papers? Heard it addressed by the leaders of the world? It’s a lot isn’t it? Now think about what you have seen done about it by our leaders and governments. A few weapons given to the Free Syrian Army to overthrow Bashar al-Assad’s regime, that’s all.
Might seem like a good idea on the run - give the rebels weapons to keep fighting. It’s valiant to a degree. But it’s also ridiculous. When Libya started fighting itself, America and Britain sent soldiers and support, even if we didn’t find out until after. They had a true hand in the resolution of the conflict and the overthrowing of a tyrant. Yet what have they done for Syria? Nothing. You cannot fund war by letting it continue. You don’t put out a fire by adding more fuel.
Let’s crunch statistics. Approximately 80,000 people are dead in Syria. They aren’t injured. They are dead. It’s a big number isn’t it. In fact it’s so big that it’s hard to actually picture in your head. Put it this way, that is 23,630 more people than there are in the entire country of Greenland.
The point is, that is too many.
Now, I am doing this because so far this year we’ve managed to get a fluffy chicken to a girl and hosted the Mishapocalypse - things that show as a whole, we can really get shit done.
So I extend an idea to you, reblog this, add a Free Syrian Army flag to your blog (located here), spread the word. Help these people, give them a chance to survive. Let’s stop these atrocities happening by making the world pay attention.
Don’t do this for me, or for you. Do it for the people of Syria, those people who deserve a life, who deserve love, family, happiness, safety and a country to call home.
Do the right thing. Your reblog counts.
Selfie before I start my intense 3 weeks of studying before finals!! I’m so nervous but I know I can do this. See you soon UCLA. ;)
Bill Hader — who is leaving Saturday Night Live after eight years this weekend — on his audition for the show:
I remember getting in the elevator for my audition and there was a guy next to me who had a backpack full of props and wigs and things, and I went, ‘Oh, my God, that guy is so prepared, I have nothing, I have no props.’ And that was Andy Samberg. And Andy Samberg said he was looking at me going, ‘Oh, that guy has no props. He doesn’t need props.’ And that was the first time we met, was in that elevator.