Pants, Nami

Apr 14 2014
Just some Frenchmen doing synchronized swimming. You know how it is.

Just some Frenchmen doing synchronized swimming. You know how it is.


Apr 8 2014




Some Basic Serial Killer Statistics

  • The USA has 76% of the world’s serial killers.
  • Europe in second, has 17%.  England has produced 28% of the European total; Germany produces 27%, and France produces 13%.
  • California leads in the US with the most Serial Homicide cases that have occured.  Texas, New York, Illinois, and Florida follow shortly behind.
  • Maine has the lowest occurence of serial murders - none.  Hawaii, Montana, North Dakota, Delaware, and Vermont each have had only one case of a serial murder.
  • 84% of American killers are caucasian.
  • 16% are black.
  • Men make up at least 90% of the world wide total of serial killers.
  • 65% of victims are female.
  • 89% of victims are white.
  • 44% of all killers start in their twenties.
  • 26% start in their teens.
  • 24% start in their thirties.
  • Out of all the killers, 86% are heterosexual.

I notice those magic words “serial killers” really piss off the MRAs.  I see why now.  

Look at all this white on white crime

Sorry, but are those state comparisons per capita? Because…Maine is small. California is huge…woot comparative stats.

(Source: serial-killers-101)

via nivair
Mar 30 2014




Animated artwork by Rebecca Mock

Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.

Website // Tumblr // Twitter


These are great.

via contemplatingchicken
Mar 27 2014
"I would just invite some of these economists – who sit in front of their spreadsheets of inadequate data trying to figure out the world – I wish they would actually go out into the real world and talk to employers like I do all the time."

(Source: The Globe and Mail)

Mar 13 2014
I made a pretty!

I made a pretty!

Mar 13 2014
"in spite of the poor conditions many of us face on a daily drive or transit ride to work, we seem to have resigned ourselves to the act that congestion and deteriorating infrastructure are like the weather—something we cannot control."

Testimony of Jay Timmons, President and CEO, National Association of Manufacturers 

before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works 

on MAP-21 Reauthorization: The Economic Importance of Maintaining Federal Investments in Our Transportation Infrastructure 

February 12, 2014