it's not rocket science

really it isn't

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k-eke:

They just want you to dance after all ^^

(My version of Fnaf, after so many requests, because you’re so cool I had to reply and make something ^^)

I’m so bad at this game :x ! 

Il fait peur mais ça peut aller ^^ 

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spectacledotter:

standbyyourmantis:

seiya234:

zuky:

From BBC:

The British embassy in Washington has apologised after tweeting a picture of a White House cake surrounded by sparklers, “commemorating” the burning of the building 200 years ago. […]
The offending tweet on Sunday read: “Commemorating the 200th anniversary of burning the White House. Only sparklers this time!”
The British embassy message, published on its official Twitter account, has been retweeted more than 4,000 times.
One user questioned: “Is this suppose [sic] to be funny”?
Another wrote: “I think this is in extremely POOR TASTE.”
An apology was issued on the account two hours after the original message.

My fellow US Americans, you’re sounding a little oversensitive about this, I mean where’s your self-proclaimed sense of humor when it comes to politically incorrect jokes, get over it man it literally happened 200 years ago. Oh yeah, that line of argumentation only applies when the mainstream mocks the marginalized; but when your sacred institutions of power are the subject, it’s not funny anymore.
I’m not saying this was a smooth move by the British embassy. Not at all. It’s an amateur-hour egg-on-face moment. But it’s a fucking cake, not a diplomatic or geopolitical initiative which could shift the balance of power and shake up the empire.
What’s especially funny is that most US Americans don’t even know about the War of 1812. Ask random US citizens if they’ve even heard of that war and you will get many, many blank looks. If they’ve heard of it, ask what happened and further empty gazes will follow. But don’t make jokes about burning down the White House because…because!
In Canada, the War of 1812 is celebrated every year. It’s the war that allowed Canada to become Canada rather than part of the US. It has almost come to encapsulate the divide that rubs both sides of the border the wrong way: uninformed US patriotic belligerence on one side, Canadian anti-American disdain on the other.
From my point of view, as a US citizen living in Canada, I say take a fucking chill pill, nobody’s taking away your drones or missiles. Learn to take a joke about our precious White House, its imperial power is all too safe and sound.

I honestly cannot understand how one gets upset about this because I find this fucking hysterical

Next time we should just retaliate by throwing a box of Twinings into the nearest body of water and tweeting the picture to the Embassy.

I’m just surprised it was the British embassy who did it and not the Canadian one. that sounds like something our embassy would do

spectacledotter:

standbyyourmantis:

seiya234:

zuky:

From BBC:

The British embassy in Washington has apologised after tweeting a picture of a White House cake surrounded by sparklers, “commemorating” the burning of the building 200 years ago. […]

The offending tweet on Sunday read: “Commemorating the 200th anniversary of burning the White House. Only sparklers this time!”

The British embassy message, published on its official Twitter account, has been retweeted more than 4,000 times.

One user questioned: “Is this suppose [sic] to be funny”?

Another wrote: “I think this is in extremely POOR TASTE.”

An apology was issued on the account two hours after the original message.

My fellow US Americans, you’re sounding a little oversensitive about this, I mean where’s your self-proclaimed sense of humor when it comes to politically incorrect jokes, get over it man it literally happened 200 years ago. Oh yeah, that line of argumentation only applies when the mainstream mocks the marginalized; but when your sacred institutions of power are the subject, it’s not funny anymore.

I’m not saying this was a smooth move by the British embassy. Not at all. It’s an amateur-hour egg-on-face moment. But it’s a fucking cake, not a diplomatic or geopolitical initiative which could shift the balance of power and shake up the empire.

What’s especially funny is that most US Americans don’t even know about the War of 1812. Ask random US citizens if they’ve even heard of that war and you will get many, many blank looks. If they’ve heard of it, ask what happened and further empty gazes will follow. But don’t make jokes about burning down the White House because…because!

In Canada, the War of 1812 is celebrated every year. It’s the war that allowed Canada to become Canada rather than part of the US. It has almost come to encapsulate the divide that rubs both sides of the border the wrong way: uninformed US patriotic belligerence on one side, Canadian anti-American disdain on the other.

From my point of view, as a US citizen living in Canada, I say take a fucking chill pill, nobody’s taking away your drones or missiles. Learn to take a joke about our precious White House, its imperial power is all too safe and sound.

I honestly cannot understand how one gets upset about this because I find this fucking hysterical

Next time we should just retaliate by throwing a box of Twinings into the nearest body of water and tweeting the picture to the Embassy.

I’m just surprised it was the British embassy who did it and not the Canadian one. that sounds like something our embassy would do

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lesbiangrandmas:

randomfandomteacher:

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artigosaurus:

queen-of-dork:

i-am-a-cat-eins-zwei-drei:

debisanacronym1:

WHY ARE NONE OF YOU FUCKERS FLIPPING SHIT?!?

NASA HAS DECLARED PLUTO A PLANET AGAIN

IT HAS MOONS!!!!! IT HAS MOONS!!!!!!!

WHAT. WHAT! PLUTO YOU FUCKING DID IT!

VIVA LA PLUTO, YOU DID IT!!!

THE UNDERDOG

I can’t find a source. Does anyone have any? I won’t believe it until I get a source.

SOURCES
HERE

no, this is literally wrong. people had a popular vote and said “yeah sure i think pluto’s still a planet!” that is not the same thing as nasa saying it is. here is the nasa website describing how pluto is not a planet according to them, still.

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