23. Software developer. This is a place for things that make me think.
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sexhaver:

a team in last year’s robotics class forgot to comment out a line of joke code so during the final their robot completed the assigned task in autonomous mode, stopped directly in front of the professor, printed “HEADED HOME, MOTHERFUCKERS” to its LCD, and drove back to base

Hey look, I finally started writing things again! I don’t know where this belongs, but for now it’s flying solo. It definitely doesn’t feel like it belongs at the start of anything, though.

And if I tell you that I miss you,
It is not a statement of problem
It is not a complaint
It is not a touch of frost
It is an acknowledgement
Expressed only in the hope
That if in some later month
Or latter years backstage,
Between the scenes and out of costume
If you need to know that you are missed,
You will remember that someone finds themselves
Thinking of you kindly when they, too
Are backstage, and out of costume
That you are not a touch of frost,
Are not composed of fragile things
And remembering this,
you will keep on moving.

Once you get this you have to say five things you like/love about yourself publicly, then send this to ten of your favorite followers to spread positivity!

1. Patience, with others and (more importantly) with myself.

2. Being able to listen to music while ignoring the lyrics. Without this there’d be a lot of really well-written songs that I’d refuse to listen to.

3. Consistent self-image. I know the kind of person I want to be, and I have the patience to effect the required transformations. (it takes a lot of willpower to make large changes, but even a small amount of effort applied consistently over a large period of time will get you there)

4. I’m good enough at something I enjoy that I can do it professionally.

5. An active imagination. Even if I have trouble coming up with plots and characters, world-building is something I’ve never really had trouble with.

ponett:

adriofthedead:

xinggan:

I’m grossed out by the kind of stuff tumblr does to its users over an extended period of time

Grammar and punctuation is completely lost on some people, to the point where their posts are unreadable and irritating

And tumblr fosters and feeds this incredible narcissism and need to impress people- people who don’t really matter in the grand scheme of things.

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buttonpoetry:

Michael Lee - “Pass On”

"The theory of six degrees of separation was never meant to see how many people we could find. It was a set of directions to find the people we have lost."

We’re excited to feature Michael Lee’s beautiful poem (and video) on the Button YouTube. A powerful elegy to an old friend, and a celebration of the belief that no one is ever really lost. Please share Michael’s words with anyone who you think might need to hear them.

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beyoncespregnantstomach:

CHILDHOOD BACK

AND CALVIN IS WITH THE GIRL THAT HATED HIM ASFHAGS

im crying a lil bit


I need this in my tumblr forever.

is anyone gonna talk about how his kids name is bacon???

HE’S WITH SUZIE THAT WAS MY CHILDHOOD OTP

..this is real.
CHILDHOOD

who names their kid bacon

Calvin and Hobbes were Reformation-era philosophers, as was Frances Bacon. I’m better his daughter’s name is actually Frances, but he calls her by the appropriate last name of the philosopher, just as Calvin and Hobbes are last names.

OH THE FEELS! THE ABSOLUTE FEELS!

OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD. OH. MY. GAAAAAAAAAWD.

I’M FREKING OUT

YES

The explanation was very important to me