sulder
sulder:

omg-man:

sulder:

omg-man:

sulder:

legiondarkshatter:

This is glorious.


Actually, that’s incorrect. 
It is common knowledge that 3 days is 72 hours, correct? However, we have evidence to prove that not all of that time was spent teleporting bread.
We know that when the Spy instructed the mercenaries to synchronize their death watches for the gathering to fulfill their last wishes, He told them to set it to 70 hours, not 72. The scene after that lasts for approximately one minute, 25 seconds.

That’s not all! We know that when Miss Pauling arrived to the base, The soldier was present with the Demoman and Spy, meaning he did not spend that time teleporting bread either. This scene lasts for about 54 seconds, adding on the time the mercenaries spent battling the bread monster, this puts the 54 seconds up to 3 minutes and 40 seconds. 
For those keeping track at home, we’ve gotten up to a total of 2 hours, 5 minutes, and 5 seconds of confirmed time the soldier did not spend teleporting bread. This makes 7,505 seconds. Subtracting this from the 259,200 seconds above, the amount of bread loaves the soldier actually teleported is 25,169! 


You did not read my argument!



Does it say you want my calculator?


Yes!

sulder:

omg-man:

sulder:

omg-man:

sulder:

legiondarkshatter:

This is glorious.

Actually, that’s incorrect. 

It is common knowledge that 3 days is 72 hours, correct? However, we have evidence to prove that not all of that time was spent teleporting bread.

We know that when the Spy instructed the mercenaries to synchronize their death watches for the gathering to fulfill their last wishes, He told them to set it to 70 hours, not 72. The scene after that lasts for approximately one minute, 25 seconds.

That’s not all! We know that when Miss Pauling arrived to the base, The soldier was present with the Demoman and Spy, meaning he did not spend that time teleporting bread either. This scene lasts for about 54 seconds, adding on the time the mercenaries spent battling the bread monster, this puts the 54 seconds up to 3 minutes and 40 seconds. 

For those keeping track at home, we’ve gotten up to a total of 2 hours, 5 minutes, and 5 seconds of confirmed time the soldier did not spend teleporting bread. This makes 7,505 seconds. Subtracting this from the 259,200 seconds above, the amount of bread loaves the soldier actually teleported is 25,169! 

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You did not read my argument!

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Does it say you want my calculator?

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Yes!

shutdown4chan
shutdown4chan:

It’s time to shutdown 4chan.org
Join us on July 4th to celebrate our freedom and independence from racists by shutting down 4chan.
We will go to their site and as a form of protest we will overwhelm them with corrections to their awful lies and let them really know what the world thinks of them.
TW: I don’t think it’s really safe to go alone. The misogyny, transphobia, homophobia, anti-semitism, rape jokes and blatant racism will often be too much for any sane person.
Please spread the message and don’t be afraid to get involved!
Comics, stories, poetry, essays or pictures are all welcome! Every little helps!
See you on July 4th
#ShutDown4chan

Oh sweet baby Jesus, please tell me this is a troll…

shutdown4chan:

It’s time to shutdown 4chan.org

Join us on July 4th to celebrate our freedom and independence from racists by shutting down 4chan.

We will go to their site and as a form of protest we will overwhelm them with corrections to their awful lies and let them really know what the world thinks of them.

TW: I don’t think it’s really safe to go alone. The misogyny, transphobia, homophobia, anti-semitism, rape jokes and blatant racism will often be too much for any sane person.

Please spread the message and don’t be afraid to get involved!

Comics, stories, poetry, essays or pictures are all welcome! Every little helps!

See you on July 4th

#ShutDown4chan

Oh sweet baby Jesus, please tell me this is a troll…

antigovernmentextremist
antigovernmentextremist:

Another really easy way to protect yourself online is the HTTPS Everywhere browser extension. You just download it to your browser and it will form a secure connection between your computer and and the servers of the website you’re visiting protecting you from the prying eyes of government snoops and corporate data miners.

HTTPS Everywhere is produced as a collaboration between The Tor Project and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Many sites on the web offer some limited support for encryption over HTTPS, but make it difficult to use. For instance, they may default to unencrypted HTTP, or fill encrypted pages with links that go back to the unencrypted site. The HTTPS Everywhere extension fixes these problems by using a clever technology to rewrite requests to these sites to HTTPS.


Might want to keep in mind, though, I have had issues with some websites while using HTTPS Everywhere (namely Tumblr’s like function and Pinterest in general) but it is a nice extension and I really hope they get those issues fixed. Also, since Tor was mentioned, here’s a good article to read from the people at EFY times and Open Source for You magazine on some do and don’ts on using Tor http://www.efytimes.com/e1/fullnews.asp?edid=132805

antigovernmentextremist:

Another really easy way to protect yourself online is the HTTPS Everywhere browser extension. You just download it to your browser and it will form a secure connection between your computer and and the servers of the website you’re visiting protecting you from the prying eyes of government snoops and corporate data miners.

HTTPS Everywhere is produced as a collaboration between The Tor Project and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Many sites on the web offer some limited support for encryption over HTTPS, but make it difficult to use. For instance, they may default to unencrypted HTTP, or fill encrypted pages with links that go back to the unencrypted site. The HTTPS Everywhere extension fixes these problems by using a clever technology to rewrite requests to these sites to HTTPS.

Might want to keep in mind, though, I have had issues with some websites while using HTTPS Everywhere (namely Tumblr’s like function and Pinterest in general) but it is a nice extension and I really hope they get those issues fixed. Also, since Tor was mentioned, here’s a good article to read from the people at EFY times and Open Source for You magazine on some do and don’ts on using Tor http://www.efytimes.com/e1/fullnews.asp?edid=132805