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  3. morgandavidsonart:

    "Queen Bee" Ballpoint pen drawing!

     

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  6. i had a vegan burger for the first time ever today. 

     

  7. vicemag:

    My Top Secret Meeting with One of Silk Road’s Biggest Drug Lords

    Dread Pirate Roberts captained a ship that many thought was unsinkable. But when the FBI seized the original Silk Road on October 1, 2013 ,and arrested the alleged kingpin—29-year-old Ross Ulbricht—the online drugs empire began to capsize. Its hundreds of thousands of customers scattered across the Deep Web, and up to seven known Silk Road vendors were identified and arrested.

    As the chaos unravelled into the mainstream and stories of Dread Pirate Roberts’ (DPR) alleged murder-for-hire antics made headlines, one prominent Silk Road drugs syndicate sat in their European safe-house with a ton of opium and a decision to make—would they cut their losses and disappear into the ether while they were still ahead, or keep their lucrative online drugs network running in the midst of all this extra attention?

    The displaced drugs syndicate, known on the Deep Web as the Scurvy Crew (TSC), decided to go back to work. For them, back to work meant laundering Bitcoins, vacuum packing drug parcels, and jumping the Moroccan border with bags stuffed full of uncut drugs. Silk Road may have died a sudden death at the hands of the authorities, but as one of the highest rated vendors before the FBI shut-down, the Scurvy Crew saw its demise as an opportunity to diversify.

    After six months of negotiation, via encrypted email and several phone calls from throwaway SIM cards, the boss of the Scurvy Crew agreed to meet me. He told me he would explain to me the inner workings of his Deep Web drugs venture, from its humble beginnings to the near million-dollar profits it now apparently generates. Known to me only by the pseudonym “Ace,” the boss claimed to represent a new breed of drug dealer.

    “I don’t do this just for the money,” he wrote to me via email. “I like to provide a premium service.”

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  8. wilsoncenter:

    What do Rwanda, Afghanistan, and Iraq beat America at? Having women in congress/parliament

    Countries with better representation of women in government than the United States (hat tip to our Women in Public Service Project):

    1. Rwanda - 56%
    2. Andorra - 50%
    3. Cuba - 45%
    4. Sweden - 45%
    5. Seychelles - 44%
    6. Senegal - 43%
    7. Finland - 43%
    8. South Africa - 42%
    9. Nicaragua - 40%
    10. Iceland - 40%
    11. Norway - 40%
    12. Mozambique - 39%
    13. Denmark - 39%
    14. Netherlands - 39%
    15. Costa Rica - 39%
    16. Timor-Leste - 39%
    17. Belgium - 38%
    18. Argentina - 37%
    19. Mexico - 37%
    20. Tanzania - 36%
    21. Spain - 36%
    22. Uganda - 35%
    23. Angola - 34%
    24. Serbia - 33%
    25. Nepal - 33%
    26. Germany - 33%
    27. Macedonia - 33%
    28. Ecuador - 32%
    29. Slovenia - 32%
    30. New Zealand - 32%
    31. Algeria - 32%
    32. Guyana - 31%
    33. Burundi - 31%
    34. Switzerland - 29%
    35. Portugal - 29%
    36. Trinidad and Tobago - 29%
    37. Austria - 28%
    38. Ethiopia - 28%
    39. Afghanistan - 28%
    40. France - 27%
    41. Lesotho - 27%
    42. Tunisia - 27%
    43. Belarus - 27%
    44. South Sudan - 27%
    45. El Salvador - 26%
    46. Bolivia - 25%
    47. Iraq - 25%
    48. Laos - 25%
    49. Canada - 25%
    50. Australia - 25%
    51. Sudan - 25%
    52. Lithuania - 25%
    53. Vietnam - 24%
    54. Namibia - 24%
    55. Kazakhstan - 24%
    56. Singapore - 24%
    57. Liechtenstein - 24%
    58. Croatia - 24%
    59. Poland - 24%
    60. Kyrgyzstan - 23%
    61. Latvia - 23%
    62. Bulgaria - 23%
    63. Philippines - 23%
    64. Pakistan - 23%
    65. United Kingdom - 23%
    66. Malawi - 22%
    67. Mauritania - 22%
    68. Czech Republic - 22%
    69. Eritrea - 22%
    70. Uzbekistan - 22%
    71. Luxembourg - 22%
    72. Peru - 22%
    73. Italy - 21%
    74. Boznia and Herzegovina - 21%
    75. China - 21%
    76. Greece - 21%
    77. Cape Verde - 21%
    78. Estonia - 21%
    79. Dominican Republic - 21%
    80. Cambodia - 20%
    81. Israel - 20%
    82. Moldova - 20%
    83. Bangladesh - 20%
    84. Honduras - 20%
    85. Monaco - 19%
    86. Tajikistan - 19%
    87. Mauritius - 19%
    88. Slovak Republic - 19%
    89. Indonesia - 19%
    90. Sao Tome and Principe - 18%
    91. United States - 18%

    (source: World Bank)

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  9. bootyscientist:

    nice boobs and nice ass isn’t a requirement from my girl. like i ain’t gon turn down a shawty wit a perfect personality and a beautiful face cause she don’t got no body. body is icing on the cake but pound cake ain’t got no icing and i fuck wit that heavy. 

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  11. The Strokes - I'll Try Anything Once

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    blablaetc:

    The Strokes - I’ll Try Anything Once

    ”(…) everybody plays the game, and if you don’t you’re called insane…”

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  13. foxmouth:

    Artificial Intelligence, 2014 | by Ben Sandler

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  14. Someone just please punch me in the face.

     

  15. untrustyou:

    Doublefaced No. 23

    Sebastian Bieniek

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