im goi ng to die from laughter
my favorite thing to do is watch people not from arizona react to the words “jumping cactus”
WHAT IS THIS
oh yeah I can’t believe I didn’t tell you about those fuckers
I love it when people compliment my hair like thank you I grew it myself
Louisiana is being slowly devoured by water. Hardly anyone disputes that. But beyond a shared sense of creeping panic, there’s little common ground in the state.
As over 2,000 miles of coast have been eaten away over the last 80 or so years, the state and federal government, oil and gas companies, activists and residents battled and bickered over funding the future of the state’s coast. So far, little has been accomplished.
John Barry, an author cum activist, hopes to change that.
Last July, Barry — then a member of the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority–East (SLFPA-e), a small Louisiana agency that oversees flood protection systems around New Orleans — helped lead the authority in filing suit against nearly 100 oil and gas companies. He and his cohort alleged that the companies, which ranged from state-based pipeline service providers to subsidiaries of multinational corporations like ExxonMobil, were responsible for decades of degradation to Louisiana’s coast. They said through exploration, canal dredging and drilling, the companies destroyed much of the state’s coast. And they claimed that as the governmental body tasked with overseeing flood protection for the New Orleans area, they had a responsibility to restore that coast in order to better prevent Louisiana’s low-lying areas from being inundated during storms.
GUESS WHO FINALLY SAW THE HOBBIT
why is it always the weird stuff that gets reblogged
What if you were really excited to hear your online friend’s voice for the first time and you finally pick up the phone and it turns out they’re voiced by Vic Mignogna
australians dont have sex
I spat out my coffee
sorry about your
nothing will fuck you up as much as the realization that there’s no real reason the alphabet needs to be in order