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WELCOME TO BUCKT
My own clusterfuck collection of sweet, shiny things I randomly found and threw together in a pile for future amusement. Enjoy!

HOW TO MAKE A FUCK IT BUCKET
by Paul "The Rooster" Sedaris:

1. Go get a 1 gallon paint pail.
2. Fill it with candy.
3. Write "Fuck It Bucket" on it.

"When shit gets you down just say, 'fuck it' and eat some mother fuckin' candy."
-- Paul "The Rooster" Sedaris

 

my kitten has perfected the difficult Maru Maneuver

"The Following" Films Tomorrow On Classon Avenue | Fort Greene Focus

[cue LCD soundsystem] kevin bacon is playing in ma hood, in ma hood

internet, meet Ponyboy and Odysseus, my newly adopted Siberian kittens. Big readers, these two.

More cuteness streaming 24/7 at www.kittencam.tv

jamesurbaniak:

natashavc:

tomorrow. 

L.A.: Public School storytelling show Wed. Sept. 3rd at 9 pm at a new location: The Virgil in fashionable Silver Lake (4519 Santa Monica Blvd). Hosted by me with stories by Baron Vaughn, Jenny Yang, Dana Snyder, Kelly Hudson, Ariel Hart, Joey Slamon and Toby Huss. I mean, come on. Reserve here.

BEN GO TO THIS

jamesurbaniak:

natashavc:

tomorrow. 

L.A.: Public School storytelling show Wed. Sept. 3rd at 9 pm at a new location: The Virgil in fashionable Silver Lake (4519 Santa Monica Blvd). Hosted by me with stories by Baron Vaughn, Jenny Yang, Dana Snyder, Kelly Hudson, Ariel Hart, Joey Slamon and Toby Huss. I mean, come on. Reserve here.

BEN GO TO THIS

Grace Hopper, coding legend and very first “debugger”:
While she was working on a Mark II Computer at a US Navy research lab in Dahlgren, Virginia in 1947, her associates discovered a moth stuck in a relay and thereby impeding operation, whereupon she remarked that they were “debugging” the system. Though the term “bug” had been in use for many years in engineering to refer to small glitches and inexplicable problems, Admiral Hopper did bring the term into popularity. The remains of the moth can be found in the group’s log book at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. (Wikipedia)

Grace Hopper, coding legend and very first “debugger”:

While she was working on a Mark II Computer at a US Navy research lab in Dahlgren, Virginia in 1947, her associates discovered a moth stuck in a relay and thereby impeding operation, whereupon she remarked that they were “debugging” the system. Though the term “bug” had been in use for many years in engineering to refer to small glitches and inexplicable problems, Admiral Hopper did bring the term into popularity. The remains of the moth can be found in the group’s log book at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. (Wikipedia)