ghdos:

I seriously want to organize a huge kickball game with all my friends for my 30th birthday. But I’m like 99% sure no one would show up and/or want to participate.

I’ll show up.

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romanimp:

romanimp:

Some of the best alpine/woodland military camo is developed by the Swiss, but most of the rest of the world refuse to use it because it has pink and red splotches on it, making it look “unmanly.”

Honestly if you’d prefer to risk it for the sake of looking “manly” then you deserve to get shot. 

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"That couldn’t possibly work, Roman! Alpenflage is dumb and you’re dumb!”

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DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT PLAY “WHERE’S WALDO” WITH THE SWISS

YOU WILL LOSE

Fun fact: The ideal color for military aircraft to blend in with the sky is actually a very pale pink.

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darthstripmaul:

xbox:

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reveals what’s at stake in 2056 with an all-new campaign trailer. 

Wait. The COD Franchise has had campaigns in their games?!

startrekships:

New Orleans Class - Star Trek Excalibur

We didn’t see these nearly enough in TNG.

Stupid budgets…

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ashleyapathy:

Heartbreaking Moments: 6/7 ~ The Iron Giant Sacrificing Himself (The Iron Giant)

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freddyskrueger:

omfg, I can’t

freddyskrueger:

omfg, I can’t

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lol!

lol!

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saberomega:

davidkendall:

Oh boy.

Wow.

Ultrons been planning this for decades

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Crunching the numbers on the question of what makes a successful leader, Google found out that leaders must be predictable and consistent. When managers are predictable, they eliminate an obstacle from employees’ progress—themselves. Managers have their own tendency to interfere, dictate, second-guess, and be a backseat driver. Without this obstacle, employees don’t have to worry about whether their manager will try to jump in or suddenly veer in a different direction. Instead, they have the mental space to do great work.

On the flip side, as Laszlo Bock, senior vice president of people operations at Google, puts it, “If your manager is all over the place, you’re never going to know what you can do, and you’re going to experience it as very restrictive.” But “[i]f a leader is consistent, people on their teams experience tremendous freedom.”


Why Google’s Best Leaders Aren’t Stanford Grads With Perfect SATs (via khuyi)

This is why I should have left my last job much much sooner.

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