My Favorite Pics

enginedynamicsinc:

buttpee:

You wanna know my secret to success? Just work. I mean really work every damn day. Bust your ass on weekends, holidays, your birthday and late nights. While all the unsuccessful assholes and sitting around on Saturday drinking beer and complaining about how everything is too expensive. You are out there getting those things. Working to have a nice place to live, and a happy wife and kids, and a badass ride. It comes down to simple math. If you work twice as hard as everyone else, you will achieve twice as much. #jessejames @jessejamesfirearms #westcoastchoppers #MadeInTexas (at BIR)

And there you go….mystery solved. Get yours because no one owes you a damn thing.

thinksquad:

Hidden among the avalanche of documents leaked by Edward Snowden were images from a Powerpoint presentation by GCHQ, entitled The Art of Deception: Training for a New Generation of Online Covert Operations. Images include camouflaged moths, inflatable tanks, women in burqas, and complex diagrams plastered with jargon, buzzwords and slogans: “Disruption Operational Playbook”, “Swap the real for the false and vice versa”, “People make decisions as part of groups” and, beneath a shot of hands shuffling a deck of cards, “We want to build Cyber Magicians”. Curiously, sandwiched in the middle of the document are three photographs of UFOs. Not real ones – classic fakes: one was a hub cap, another a bunch of balloons, and one that turned out to be a seagull.

Devout ufologists might seize upon this as further proof that our governments “know something” about aliens and their transportation methods, but really it suggests the opposite: the UFO community is a textbook case of a gullible group susceptible to manipulation. Having spent too long watching the skies and The X-Files, it’s implied, they’ll readily swallow whatever snippet of “evidence” suits their grand theory.

If there really is a UFO conspiracy, it’s surely the worst-kept secret in history. Roswell, Area 51, flashing lights, little green men, abductions – it’s all been fed through the pop culture mill to the point of fatigue. Even the supposed enforcers of the secret, the “men in black”, have their own movie franchise. But a new documentary, Mirage Men, unearths compelling evidence that UFO folklore was actually fabricated by the US government. Rather than covering up the existence of aliens, could it be that the real conspiracy has been persuading us to believe in them?

http://www.theguardian.com/film/2014/aug/14/men-in-black-ufo-sightings-mirage-makers-movie

(via fleshcoatedtechnology)

i-wouldnt-even-question-it:

junkyardzeny:

i-wouldnt-even-question-it:

My man.

Neil deGrasse Tyson laying down the smackdown. The rest of the show here was really good too and Dr. Tyson points out that these people come from a profession where people know the subject but they don’t know what side of the debate they have to argue and that is really toxic. You can watch this segment here

Thank you

maradiroth:

phenex1331:

20 places that don’t look real (part 2)

11.Mount Roraima-South america

12.Naico mine-Mexico

13.Red beach-China

14.Solar du Uyuni-Bolivia

15.Tainzi mountians-China

16.Tulip fields-Netherlands

17.Tunnel of love-Ukraine

18.Wisteria flower tunnel-Japan

19.Zhangye Danxia landform-China

20.Zhangya Danxia Landfrom 2-Chin

There are some places in the world that I want to go to. These are just a few.

(Source: phenex-sirius, via i-wouldnt-even-question-it)