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Things organised neatly just works. #stones #glass #reflection #colouraday #brown #blue

Things organised neatly just works. #stones #glass #reflection #colouraday #brown #blue

hudlionunshod:

egberts:

warhammer-of-cillyhoo:

egberts:

egberts:

my mom finally bought a toaster

why did this get notes

we’re happy for you

its just a toaster

Actually it is more than just a toaster; it is a short story.
“Finally” denotes anticipation.
“My mom” is character development: you have a mom.
“Bought a toaster” is the clear resolution of the story.

It speaks volumes.

^^^^ is why I love tumblr

freeyourstuff:

How to Reflect on 2012 and Set Yourself Up for Success in 2013

Ready? Here goes:

  • What are the 5 things of 2012 that you are most proud of?
  • What new connections have you made, and how have these shaped your life?
  • What experience has made you the happiest?
  • Who has made you happiest?
  • What have been the best moments in your career this year?
  • What changes would you make to your career in 2013?
  • What challenges did you overcome this year? How did you do it?
  • What has held you back from achieving what you wanted to do this year?
  • What can you do in 2013 to ensure this doesn’t happen again?
  • What habit did you acquire this year that has made a difference?
  • What habit has prohibited you from achieving what you wanted this year?
  • What habit do you want to enable in 2013 that will make a difference?
  • What was your biggest mistake in 2012? What have you learned from this?
  • What else have you learned this year?
  • What are 3 words that sum up your year?
  • If you were to live 2012 all over again, what would you do differently?
  • Add your own!
youranonnews:

ANONYMOUS: GUARDIANS OF THE CONSTITUTION? IN A WAY, YES.
A user-submitted post on Anonymous from Twitter follower Rob Sullivan“As I sit on my bike this morning, strapped to the trainer, spinning my way to nowhere, I find myself thinking of the shocking developments underway in the Syrian conflict. Replay after replay of Anderson Cooper on the television and satellite radio. Updates from the infamous “Danny,” a Syrian man in the midst of the conflict who is bravely and defiantly informing the world on CNN via satellite. I also find myself thinking about where I have heard information first on the conflict and I have come to the conclusion that, while surprising yet obvious, it has been Twitter. Specifically, I have been getting up to the minute information from the notorious hacker conglomerate Anonymous through their Twitter handle @YourAnonNews. Which brings me to the question I am pondering as I peddle away this morning. Do I like Anonymous or not?
On the one hand, I am an attorney and believer in our laws and system of justice and Anonymous does run afoul of the law from time to time. On the other hand, I am a bit unconventional in my own right, perhaps slightly outside the mainstream and a firm believer in checks on government power. When it comes down to it, that is the very foundation of the justice system in our country. It is immortalized in our Constitution which sets forth the system of checks and balances between our three branches or government: executive, legislative, judicial. While those branches are designed to balance each other, who strikes the balance between the government as a whole and everyday citizens? THE PEOPLE! Anonymous is the people and its work represents a truly noble and ancient cause. That cause is fighting back against misuse of power and oppression of the people by government and, in the modern age, corporate abuse of power. If fact, it is every citizen’s obligation to resist the unlawful use or abuse of power. Maybe it is the rebel in me, fueled by the unwavering belief that it is often up to the people to keep the government and its powerful corporate friends in check that draws me to this conclusion: yes, I do like Anonymous.”
We appreciate it when people take the time to reflect on what Anonymous means to them and how they conceptualise the movement. If you would like to submit a reflection, please tweet it to us at YourAnonNews.

youranonnews:

ANONYMOUS: GUARDIANS OF THE CONSTITUTION? IN A WAY, YES.

A user-submitted post on Anonymous from Twitter follower Rob Sullivan

“As I sit on my bike this morning, strapped to the trainer, spinning my way to nowhere, I find myself thinking of the shocking developments underway in the Syrian conflict. Replay after replay of Anderson Cooper on the television and satellite radio. Updates from the infamous “Danny,” a Syrian man in the midst of the conflict who is bravely and defiantly informing the world on CNN via satellite. I also find myself thinking about where I have heard information first on the conflict and I have come to the conclusion that, while surprising yet obvious, it has been Twitter. Specifically, I have been getting up to the minute information from the notorious hacker conglomerate Anonymous through their Twitter handle @YourAnonNews. Which brings me to the question I am pondering as I peddle away this morning. Do I like Anonymous or not?

On the one hand, I am an attorney and believer in our laws and system of justice and Anonymous does run afoul of the law from time to time. On the other hand, I am a bit unconventional in my own right, perhaps slightly outside the mainstream and a firm believer in checks on government power. When it comes down to it, that is the very foundation of the justice system in our country. It is immortalized in our Constitution which sets forth the system of checks and balances between our three branches or government: executive, legislative, judicial. While those branches are designed to balance each other, who strikes the balance between the government as a whole and everyday citizens? THE PEOPLE! Anonymous is the people and its work represents a truly noble and ancient cause. That cause is fighting back against misuse of power and oppression of the people by government and, in the modern age, corporate abuse of power. If fact, it is every citizen’s obligation to resist the unlawful use or abuse of power. Maybe it is the rebel in me, fueled by the unwavering belief that it is often up to the people to keep the government and its powerful corporate friends in check that draws me to this conclusion: yes, I do like Anonymous.”

We appreciate it when people take the time to reflect on what Anonymous means to them and how they conceptualise the movement. If you would like to submit a reflection, please tweet it to us at YourAnonNews.