To explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.

Jul 30, 2013 / 3 notes

Safety Not Guaranteed

Wanted. Someone to Travel (go) back in Time with Me. This is not a Joke. You’ll get paid After we get Back. Must bring your own Weapons. Safety Not Guaranteed. I Have only done this Once Before.


Jul 29, 2013
Jul 28, 2013 / 6 notes

The Cosmonaut

à la Another Earth

The Russians beat the Americans. This cosmonaut, He is the first man ever to go into space. He is up in this large space ship; however, the only habitable part of it is very small. As the cosmonaut occupies the space, there is a portal window. He is looking out of it, and he sees the curvature of the earth for the first time. He is the first man to ever look at the planet that he is from. And he is lost in that moment. All of a sudden, this strange ticking — begins coming out of the dashboard. At first, he neglects its presence due to its miniscule physical manifestation. But then, he slowly begins to agonize at its undeniable existence. He rips out the control panel. He takes out his tools. Trying to find this sound — trying to stop this sound. But he can’t find it. He can’t stop it. It keeps going. A few hours into this sound, it begins to feel like torture. The unrelenting presence of waves and waves beating in on him, over and over again, from all directions. A few days go by with this sound and… he knows that this small sound will break him. He’ll lose his mind. What is he going to do? He’s up in space. Alone. In a space closet. His mission requires twenty-five more days in solitude. He’s got twenty-five days left to go with this sound. So the cosmonaut decides: the only way to save his sanity is to fall in love with this sound. So he closes his eyes —and he goes into his imagination — and then he opens them. He does not hear ticking anymore. He hears music. The waves that once haunted him now sooth him in delight. And he spends the remainder of his time sailing through space in total bliss — and peace.

Jul 11, 2013 / 22 notes
I Just Liked the Attention… I Loved the Attention. If I was a Woman, I’d be a Slut.
Hal (Bryan Cranston) | Malcolm in the Middle
Jul 10, 2013 / 26 notes
Jul 5, 2013 / 9 notes
Jun 20, 2013
Here’s an accounting question for you: What does One fiance plus One lover equal? Answer: One whore.
Rolph / Rolf | The Office
Jun 17, 2013
You don’t… You don’t know me. You’ve just seen my penis.
Michael Scott | The Office 
Jun 6, 2013 / 13 notes
The “Elf Door” located in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, between The California Academy of Sciences and de Young Museum.
May 18, 2013 / 3 notes

The “Elf Door” located in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, between The California Academy of Sciences and de Young Museum.

I Wish There was a Way to Know you’re in the Good ol’ Days before you’ve Left Them.
Andy Bernard (Ed Helms) | The Office
May 17, 2013 / 9 notes
May 16, 2013 / 3,366 notes
If you got all of your electricity for your lifetime solely from nuclear power, your share of the waste would fit in a single soda can. If you got all your electricity from coal, your share would come to 146 tons: 69 tons of solid waste that would fit into six rail cars and 77 tons of carbon dioxide that would contribute to accelerated global warming.
Gwyneth Cravens | Power to Save The World
May 14, 2013 / 6 notes
You gotta forget about Logic and Fear and Doubt. You just gotta do Everything you can to get to the One woman who’s gonna make all this Worth it. At the End of the Day, you gotta Jump.
Jim (John Krasinski) | The Office
May 13, 2013 / 16 notes
May 11, 2013 / 5 notes