Louis C.K. (via 30thcenturyboy)
Slavery in the territory that is now the United States lasted more than 330 years. We will be 330 years removed from slavery in the year 2195.
140. A character for each year. That’s all.
"I came here to chew bubblegum and kick ass", she said, a steely glare fixed upon the man behind the counter. She shoved a hand in her pocket, searching, and continued speaking. "And I’m fresh out of ass." Without breaking eye contact, she coaxed a piece of Hubba Bubba from its crinkly wrapper and popped it in her mouth.
She glowered as she blew a bubble, defiantly, and its tacky sugar surface stretched perilously close to the man’s nose.
The man regretted his decision to work as an Immigration Officer in Singapore.
In my twitter feed in the last hour: successful uterus transplants for transgender women (http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/4629589?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000003) and forced life support for women in comas who happen to be pregnant, regardless of their previously expressed wishes (http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/22/us/pregnant-life-support-texas/index.html).
So, when will we see the first transgender woman whose body is kept grotesquely alive against her will because it has a fetus in it? Or will we as a society manage to progress faster than medical technology, for once?
You can figure out why something went wrong by looking at how much it’s like something else that went wrong some other time.
Computer Science, Case Western Reserve University
Well, I guess this isn’t anonymous anymore.