gsiener:

sexpigeon:

Would people feel good or bad about it if we stopped saying “whole milk” and started saying “3% milk”? Because that’s what it is, and because this W is bothersome.

TIL whole milk is 3% fat

No, we should keep calling 3%-fat milk “whole milk”, and we should fix the discrepancy by calling 2%-fat milk “66.67% milk.”
Sincerely, someone who prefers soy and is actually just trolling. High-res

SexpigeonReblogged from Sexpigeon

gsiener:

sexpigeon:

Would people feel good or bad about it if we stopped saying “whole milk” and started saying “3% milk”? Because that’s what it is, and because this W is bothersome.

TIL whole milk is 3% fat

No, we should keep calling 3%-fat milk “whole milk”, and we should fix the discrepancy by calling 2%-fat milk “66.67% milk.”

Sincerely, someone who prefers soy and is actually just trolling.

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starwarsuncut:

PUNCH IT: The Empire Strikes Back Uncut trailer we’ve all been waiting for.

This teaser full of awesome Empire Uncut scenes from far and wide is ready for your previewing pleasure. We are continuously blown away by the creativity and craft we’ve seen from every user - now it’s time to spread the word to the rest of the galaxy!

You can still claim a scene to remake until May 1. Get excited for new viewing options to watch completed scenes coming soon!

(via chadsnuts)

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Completely boring tip that still might be useful to somebody who’s Googling it:

If you’re applying to Global Entry and you live in New York, you probably don’t want to book an appointment way out at JFK. You can book an appointment at 1 Bowling Green, but you may get a message on the website saying “there are no appointments available.”

I got this message, then kept trying every few days for a week or so, and eventually a whole batch of dates opened up. Sure, I have to wait ‘til May for my appointment now. But I don’t care if these people do have the power to have me deported, I’m not going to JFK for a 20-minute appointment.

Not long after they learn how to write in longhand, most children spend hours filling up pieces of paper with their names. It is not an empty pursuit. It is an attempt, I feel, to convince ourselves that we and our names are one, to take on an identity in the eyes of the world.

Paul Auster

… I have no interest in why an artist did something, or what his work means. Like with Jackson Pollock: I’m always interested in what kind of paint and canvas he used, I just don’t want to know what he meant. You’re supposed to expand your mind to fit the art, you’re not supposed to chop the art down to fit your mind.

In Conversation: Steven Soderbergh”, New York Magazine