officialfrenchtoast:

"gonna sell these kids some drugs"

officialfrenchtoast:

"gonna sell these kids some drugs"

(Source: jajaneenee, via tuggywuggy)

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How badly does cable news network CNBC want to deny the existence of global warming?

For a network with an embarrassing history of fudging the science around climate change, one CNBC booker apears to have made a big mistake.

Responding to the groundbreaking report “Risky Business,” a bipartisan project that compiled the many ways global warming will harm the United States economy over the next cenutry, a CNBC staffer sent an e-mail to a website that she apparently thought was connected to economist and climate contrarian Alan Carlin. In the e-mail, which has been shared with Republic Report, the booker asked Carlin to respond to the report and write an op-ed on “global warming being a hoax.”

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Responding to ‘Risky Business’ Report, CNBC Seeks Op-Ed on ‘Global Warming Being a Hoax’ (via smdxn)

There’s that “liberal media bias” again.

Why would you ever expect Big Business, and those that actively enable and prop up Big Business, to ever admit to catastrophes created and monetized by Big Business?

(via liberalsarecool)

Fuckin big business.

(via recall-all-republicans)

priceofliberty:

"If I had a gun loaded with 2 bullets and I were in a room with Hitler, bin Laden, and Toby, I would shoot Toby twice." — Michael Scott

(Source: 6dogs9cats)

wasteoiddd:

potatosmack:

tedywestside:

me tryin’ to get my life together

Nothing as ever been more accurate

(Source: halfadams, via wasteoiddd)

lazyyogi:

Beautiful native american wisdom. I first heard this tale in a native american course at uni

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