4.20.14.
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4.20.14. dr,

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4.20.14.

tinytmas:

when someone ships my OTP with the same burning passion that i do

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4.20.14. what,

seductivecera:

people who think being respectful and kind is a weakness

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4.20.14. knk,
ryunui:

remember knk

ryunui:

remember knk

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4.20.14. klk,

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4.20.14. klk,
all-blues:

ゆるキルラろぐ2

all-blues:

ゆるキルラろぐ2

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4.20.14. nice things,

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4.20.14.

Anonymous asked: You say you drank but you didn't smoke?

Eh, I had the opportunity, but passed it to the next person. Just didn’t feel like it. More for everyone else haha.

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4.20.14.
liberalspaceship:

mikerugnetta:

fastcompany:

Knocking down a concrete building usually takes brute force: Wrecking balls, huge excavators, or explosives rip apart walls while fire hoses spray water to keep the clouds of dust down. It’s an energy-intensive process, and after everything’s been torn apart, the concrete often ends up in a landfill or has to be trucked to a recycling facility. But a new concrete-erasing robot may eventually transform the messy business of demolition.
Read More> 

Why?
Why do we build these things? That will so obviously turn on us one day. Why?

You got a number of serious responses to this, but all I want to say is you may as well give in to your robot overlords now.

great prank for next April Fool’s Day. Gonna play the “where’s your house” game with someone

liberalspaceship:

mikerugnetta:

fastcompany:

Knocking down a concrete building usually takes brute force: Wrecking balls, huge excavators, or explosives rip apart walls while fire hoses spray water to keep the clouds of dust down. It’s an energy-intensive process, and after everything’s been torn apart, the concrete often ends up in a landfill or has to be trucked to a recycling facility. But a new concrete-erasing robot may eventually transform the messy business of demolition.

Read More> 

Why?

Why do we build these things? That will so obviously turn on us one day. Why?

You got a number of serious responses to this, but all I want to say is you may as well give in to your robot overlords now.

great prank for next April Fool’s Day. Gonna play the “where’s your house” game with someone

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