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Posted on 8th Sep at 11:35 AM, with 562 notes
mummyshark:

obscuruslupa:

Just stick your thumb right up the ass!

I owned these, and that’s pretty much exactly what you did.
Additionally, the holes on the back were roughly the size of the wrestlers’ heads, so long before it was ever a thing, kids were making human centipedes out of WWF superstars.

Why did I own these?

mummyshark:

obscuruslupa:

Just stick your thumb right up the ass!

I owned these, and that’s pretty much exactly what you did.

Additionally, the holes on the back were roughly the size of the wrestlers’ heads, so long before it was ever a thing, kids were making human centipedes out of WWF superstars.

Why did I own these?

Posted on 8th Sep at 11:25 AM, with 144 notes

cracked:

Only one country could parody Borat so hard, they outdid it.

6 Ridiculous Unofficial Sequels to Your Favorite Movies

#5. The Anti-Borat Borat Sequel Made in Kazakhstan

In My Brother Borat, an American visits Kazakhstan, meets Borat’s brother Bilo, and discovers that the country is actually pretty cool and, if anything, substantially more mustachioed than Borat led us to believe. And once [filmmaker Erkin Rakishev] has built up some of that goodwill, he burns it all to the ground and pisses on the ashes. Bilo is raped by a donkey, gets pregnant, and the two get married. Take that, Sacha Baron Cohen and your racism! In modern Kazakhstan, men aren’t backwards hillbillies who “fuck donkeys.” No, they get fucked by donkeys, and then start a beautiful life together.

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I would like to watch this film. I wonder why it’s not on netflix.

Posted on 8th Sep at 8:16 AM, with 450 notes
newyorker:

Read about this week’s cover, which honors Saul Steinberg’s centenary.
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newyorker:

Read about this week’s cover, which honors Saul Steinberg’s centenary.

Posted on 6th Sep at 3:19 PM, with 823 notes
"The Inspectorate of Constabulary says that police now tell victims of property crimes to “solve the crimes themselves,” directing them over the phone to review CCTV footage and canvas their neighbourhoods for witnesses.
 
The police say that in austerity Britain, they can’t give priority to property crimes and don’t have the personnel to attend the scenes of such crimes in person. However, the UK’s domestic security apparatus does have millions to squander on a full-time Julian Assange stakeout, mass surveillance, a titanic DNA database, endless and racist stop-and-frisk harassment, undercover infiltration of peaceful environmental groups, and the imprisonment of countless people convicted of petty drug crimes."
Posted on 5th Sep at 8:38 PM, with 784 notes
"Common Cause and more than 50 other advocacy groups this week called on Google to end its affiliation with the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a group that has pushed state laws limiting the rights of cities and towns to create community-owned broadband networks. ALEC also opposes network neutrality rules that Google used to be a staunch supporter of and last month urged the FCC to quickly approve Comcast’s purchase of Time Warner Cable without imposing any regulatory conditions on the merger."

Google silent on support for group opposing net neutrality and muni broadband

ALEC is so profoundly evil, and so profoundly anti-consumer, it’s so disappointing that Google supports the organization. What ever happened to Don’t Be Evil?

(via wilwheaton)

Often, a company will give money to, or become involved with the leader of, an organization which works against their interests. They do this to influence the organization to be more aligned with their own interests. It’s sometimes an effective strategy for co-opting your enemies into your own agenda. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

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