gotemcoach:

ZACH LAVINE:  Your 2015 NBA Slam Dunk Champion

#GotEm

azspot:


The War on Drugs Isn’t Working

thereckless-and-thegay:

Interstellar dust clouds are so fucking cool oh my gosh. Some of these will one day be stars and some of then are starts that are dying and if you don’t think that’s the coolest shit ever then you’re wrong

Fuck Yes!

complexmagazine:

squatdownforthis:

!!!!!!
PAMELA AND NIKE RELATIONSHIP SQUAT GOALS

Oh, Pamela.

complexmagazine:

squatdownforthis:

!!!!!!

PAMELA AND NIKE RELATIONSHIP SQUAT GOALS

Oh, Pamela.

complexmagazine:

A true legend. RIP.

complexmagazine:

A true legend. RIP.

forbes:

There’s an undercurrent of paranoia at Def Con 22 where hackers and security experts gather for demos, contests and talks. Attendees use a variety of tactics to avoid getting their devices compromised while at the event.

cognitivedissonance:

This smartphone app from the ACLU allows people to securely and discreetly record and store interactions with police, as well as provide legal info about citizens’ rights when interacting with police.

I have it. You should too.

complexmagazine:

Classic Pamela. 

complexmagazine:

Classic Pamela. 

complexmagazine:

Seinfeld is forever a winner. 

complexmagazine:

Seinfeld is forever a winner. 

funnyordie:

Star Wars Jizz: A Ken Burns Documentary

The feel-good documentary everyone is gushing about.

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 3, 1936:  Jesse Owens Breaks Records at Berlin Olympics
On this day in 1936, African American sprinter, Jesse Owens, triumphed at the Berlin Olympics, winning his second of four gold medals at the games and discrediting Adolf Hitler’s theories on the superiority of the Aryan race. While many countries boycotted the Olympic Games that year, the United States brought 312 athletes – 19 African American and 5 Jewish – much to the reluctant approval of the Nazis. 
 Watch as American Experience tells the story of this 22-year-old son of a sharecropper who became a hero and global sensation in the face of adversity and racism both abroad and back home. 
Photo: Jesse Owens at start of record breaking 200 meter race during the Olympic games 1936 in Berlin. Wikimedia Commons

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 3, 1936:  Jesse Owens Breaks Records at Berlin Olympics

On this day in 1936, African American sprinter, Jesse Owens, triumphed at the Berlin Olympics, winning his second of four gold medals at the games and discrediting Adolf Hitler’s theories on the superiority of the Aryan race. While many countries boycotted the Olympic Games that year, the United States brought 312 athletes – 19 African American and 5 Jewish – much to the reluctant approval of the Nazis.

Watch as American Experience tells the story of this 22-year-old son of a sharecropper who became a hero and global sensation in the face of adversity and racism both abroad and back home.

Photo: Jesse Owens at start of record breaking 200 meter race during the Olympic games 1936 in Berlin. Wikimedia Commons

complexmagazine:

Antonio Montana. Scarface.

complexmagazine:

Antonio Montana. Scarface.