Hey, this looks cool.

onlydillon:

Lady dog: bae come over 

Dog: I can’t I’m stranded on an island with a bunch of turtles

Lady dog: but my parents aren’t home

Dog:

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styleofdress:

because I hate it when people post these without recipes, here are all of them. some of these aren’t EXACTLY the same, but they’re close enough to still be delicious.

triple layer brownie cake / cherry bliss brownie / chocolate truffle layer cake / snickers peanut butter brownie ice cream cake / surprise inside ice cream balls / chocolate filled cream puffs / brownie cookies / chocolate snickers cake / chocolate lasagna / double chocolate brownies

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skeleton-on-the-internet:

datsweetberrypunch:

metal-rider:

araseses:

Cheeeeaaater!

why did somebody invent this machine?

because scientists don’t know their limits.

The thing that people don’t realize is that… it’s made from lego fucking technic.

skeleton-on-the-internet:

datsweetberrypunch:

metal-rider:

araseses:

Cheeeeaaater!

why did somebody invent this machine?

because scientists don’t know their limits.

The thing that people don’t realize is that… it’s made from lego fucking technic.

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Led Zeppelin I, II, III and IV remastered

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fordlibrarymuseum:

Press Conference No. 1 of the President of the United States

President Ford held the first press conference of his administration on August 28, 1974. Both he and Mrs. Ford had scheduled press conferences for that day, but in his opening remarks the President explained their compromise: “She will postpone her press conference until next week, and until then, I will be making my own breakfast, my own lunch and my own dinner.”

Over the course of half an hour the press corps asked President Ford about a wide range of topics, including the economy, his first 19 days in office, and the selection of Nelson Rockefeller as Vice President. They also touched on foreign relation issues such as oil prices, U.S. policy towards Cuba, and the continuation of SALT talks with the Soviet Union.

Several of the questions, including the first one, showed a recurring theme: Richard Nixon and the continuing issues surrounding Watergate. President Ford told reporters “until any legal process has been undertaken, I think it is unwise and untimely for me to make any commitment,” but did not rule out the possibility of granting a pardon to former President Nixon. “It is an option and a proper option for any President,” he said.

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