A child of the world getting by as best as I can in this life thing. Currently calling SATX home, but will someday make the great migration to Seattle. My interests are manifold and I love new people. I am on ichat/aim pretty much 24/7 [lmcgath]and would love to hear from any of you.

fer1972:

Pulpo a la Gallega by Hugo Horita 

fer1972:

Pulpo a la Gallega by Hugo Horita 

Oct 20th, 2011
Oct 19th, 2011
parliamentarypenguin:

marrinerkeynes:

Nice, I love this

OCCUPY CORUSCANT!

parliamentarypenguin:

marrinerkeynes:

Nice, I love this

OCCUPY CORUSCANT!

(via stfuconservatives)

Oct 19th, 2011
bluemeanies:

deathbeforedigital:

comicsalliance:

Superman Fan Mike Meyer Shares Donated Comics & Collectibles With Children’s Hospital 
It didn’t seem like there could be a better ending to the case of Mike Meyer than the return of his vast collection of Superman comic books and collectibles following their alleged theft by a man who pretended to be his friend, but we think you’ll agree this is it. As we reported previously, the comics community rallied in support of Meyer, a 48-year-old lifelong Superman fan who lives on part-time work at McDonald’s and Social Security for a mental disability, by organizing a drive to replace the items that had been so cruelly stolen. With his collection now recovered by police and the alleged thief in jail, Meyer took a cue from the selfless superhero he idolizes by donating to a local children’s hospital the excess items that were donated to him.
STLToday.com reports that six boxes of Superman items were made available to the St. Louis Children’s hospital’s Wednesday bingo game last week, which quadrupled the number of prizes usually available to the facility’s sick and injured kids.“When you make somebody happy, it does something for you, too,” said Meyer, in the best tradition of the Man of Steel.Read more at ComicsAlliance.

so happy.

Some days, you just need to be reminded that good things do happen in this crazy, fucked-up world we’ve created.

bluemeanies:

deathbeforedigital:

comicsalliance:

Superman Fan Mike Meyer Shares Donated Comics & Collectibles With Children’s Hospital
 

It didn’t seem like there could be a better ending to the case of Mike Meyer than the return of his vast collection of Superman comic books and collectibles following their alleged theft by a man who pretended to be his friend, but we think you’ll agree this is it. As we reported previously, the comics community rallied in support of Meyer, a 48-year-old lifelong Superman fan who lives on part-time work at McDonald’s and Social Security for a mental disability, by organizing a drive to replace the items that had been so cruelly stolen. With his collection now recovered by police and the alleged thief in jail, Meyer took a cue from the selfless superhero he idolizes by donating to a local children’s hospital the excess items that were donated to him.

STLToday.com reports that six boxes of Superman items were made available to the St. Louis Children’s hospital’s Wednesday bingo game last week, which quadrupled the number of prizes usually available to the facility’s sick and injured kids.

“When you make somebody happy, it does something for you, too,” said Meyer, in the best tradition of the Man of Steel.

Read more at ComicsAlliance.

so happy.

Some days, you just need to be reminded that good things do happen in this crazy, fucked-up world we’ve created.

Oct 19th, 2011

I find dancing very agreeable.

Oct 19th, 2011
stfuconservatives:

stonerparty:

victorialaine

couldn’t have said it better.


My response to every.single.post about “I am the 53% boohoo taxes get a job hippies”
-Jess

I said this to my parents not too long ago. Bad. Fucking. Idea.

stfuconservatives:

stonerparty:

victorialaine

couldn’t have said it better.

My response to every.single.post about “I am the 53% boohoo taxes get a job hippies”

-Jess

I said this to my parents not too long ago. Bad. Fucking. Idea.

(via stfuconservatives)

Oct 19th, 2011
hoodoothatvoodoo:

Norman Parkinson

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Norman Parkinson

(via zoblue)

Oct 18th, 2011
afternoonsnoozebutton:

Oh Rush, you piece of shit.

afternoonsnoozebutton:

Oh Rush, you piece of shit.

(via cancerninja)

Oct 18th, 2011
walex:

mikerickson:

jakke:

pepperrae:

lawschooled:

Questions relating to proper conduct may be answered by an independent, non-partisan adviser.

 “I wore no ornament save my wedding ring, a small pair of pearl earbobs, and a green velvet ribbon round the stalk of my neck.”  Well, my musical is clearly the fanciest.
“Define a competitive equilibrium with taxes.”
Damn. I’m a gay economist and even I wouldn’t go to that musical.

“Good forearm development is necessary to create a championship physique, but forearm strength is just as important.” -Source
This is going to be the most jacked musical ever.

Regain My Composure
Can you guys not read instructions or did you all manage to put your finger down on the first word of the sentence?

"[Irregularity is especially inevitable because so] many different kinds of changes are always buffeting the language from various directions; collisions are inevitable." -Source

walex:

mikerickson:

jakke:

pepperrae:

lawschooled:

Questions relating to proper conduct may be answered by an independent, non-partisan adviser.


“I wore no ornament save my wedding ring, a small pair of pearl earbobs, and a green velvet ribbon round the stalk of my neck.” Well, my musical is clearly the fanciest.

“Define a competitive equilibrium with taxes.”

Damn. I’m a gay economist and even I wouldn’t go to that musical.

“Good forearm development is necessary to create a championship physique, but forearm strength is just as important.” -Source

This is going to be the most jacked musical ever.

Regain My Composure

Can you guys not read instructions or did you all manage to put your finger down on the first word of the sentence?

"[Irregularity is especially inevitable because so] many different kinds of changes are always buffeting the language from various directions; collisions are inevitable." -Source

(via walex)

Oct 17th, 2011

(Source: topographe, via thatkindofwoman)

Oct 17th, 2011