Screenshot of reddit from the year 3012
Came home from work. Best girlfriend ever.
When people ask why I have a problem with religion, it's hard to come up with a single answer...
If we are going to prevent the next tragedy, this needs to change.
From Kane to Nolan, this is my infographic chronicling 70 years of Batman evolution...
David Bowie & Tilda Swinton
What is thy bidding, my master?
If there was anyone capable of rebooting 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' into a successful franchise, it's these guys.
Imagine the reaction if these simple biblical quotation billboards went up.
13 year old Steve Jobs reacts to his parents attempts to indoctrinate him as a Christian (from new bio)
My friend posted pro-Occupy image on Facebook. The CEO of his company replied...
/r/movies in the year 2032
Times sure have changed...
Read sad article about Christian teen committing suicide from secular bullying. I understand now why they want us to stop mocking their beliefs...
States where you can get high at a same-sex wedding, in one chart
A favorite moment in the final pages of Steve Job's biography
My response to TechCrunch's Facebook prayer.
You've got yourself a deal ladies.
Smiles all around.
Times sure have changed.
Whoa, that's WAY more dangerous than drunk driving...
San Francisco Priorities...
Dude. You have an entire ocean to swim in...
At about an  it seems like the toilet is laughing.
Never forget the flavor
Megan Phelps-Roper on Reza Aslan and religion
Economist and former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich posted this warning on his Facebook page this morning.
Appreciate the sentiment Denmark, but a simple note would've been fine...
At about an  I realized that Rick Santorum and Ricki Lake are actually the same person and made this to prove it.
A friend of mine bought this for my phone in Japan
Saw this in a storefront window in SF. This really can't be healthy, right?
First iPad ship. The crew gathers together for the end.
6 months after the Burning Man ticket lottery, another look at the claim demand clearly exceeds supply
TIL that in 2016 lucastars, mod of r/politics, controlled and censored information over a population of 3 million people. A larger population than the city of Chicago. There were no elections or transparency for anyone who questioned this authority.
Journey is pissed off on Facebook
Good luck getting American audiences to root for a terrorist.
There Can Be Only One!
I was on Romney's Facebook page the other day when I noticed this phenomenon. America just likes winners I guess.