needs-more-pony:

adurotri:

nittany-tiger:

darklyspectre:

spikedmauler:

alanjcastonguay:

jellybabiesandjammiedodgers:

apathbetweenthestars:

Source

brb drowning myself in the toilet

But which end of the hotdog are you supposed to look through??

there are just some people in this world that are just really dumb

and americans wonder why so many people think you guys are fucking stupid as fuck.

Oh boy.

Oh….My……….God……..*Facepalm*

Adding my own story to this mix:

Working at college computer lab as The Helpdesk. An older man comes up asking me for help to find “the real internet”. I go over to his computer and open the browser, which automatically loads the school’s homepage. The man, irritated by that says “That’s the not real internet.” After some creative questioning, I reasoned that he wanted to be taken to the Yahoo homepage, which was the homepage he used at home.

I guess everything outside of Yahoo is the “fake internet”.

When I worked warehouse at HHGregg, the worst thing is when customers buy a bigger TV than can fit in their car. This isn’t so bad most of the time because we can just hang on to it on will-call until they come back with a bigger car or pay the extra for delivery. However sometimes you get these asshats who refuse both of those options and just have to have it home today. Try to wiggle it around as much as possible but it wont fit, now what? Only as a last resort, we’ll take it out of the box and then it will fit. But I will never forget the one lady who brought her Mini Cooper to buy a 51” Plasma TV (plasma TVs have notoriously bigger boxes than their LCD/LED counterparts) and absolutely would not accept the fact that it would not fit in her car (and was not nice about it). After ten minutes of showing this lady that it wouldn’t fit, a manager finally got involved argued with her until he convinced her to be set up for will-call and wished her as pleasant a day as she was.

Two hours of hard grinding and I have finally beaten the staff ghost for Sand Ocean Surface Slide!!! This will make my first staff ghost that I have beaten.

My hands hurt. I’m done for today.

Wisconsin continues to fuck with us with this brilliant April Fools prank.

windeu:

These finally exist, and they’re as amazing as I was expecting.

More info:

Super Monkey Ball 1 TAS

Super Monkey Ball 2 TAS

YES! I’ve been waiting for this!

A quick video I took of a recent fluid power lab in college last Friday.

This was our first lab to feature electronic controls (solenoid directional valve, relay switches, etc.) which made things rather interesting to say the least.

Finally took my honey out for a spin for the first time this year!
It’s 39 degrees out, the snow hasn’t completely melted yet, but the roads are dry and its super nice out today! Finally took my honey out for a spin for the first time this year!
It’s 39 degrees out, the snow hasn’t completely melted yet, but the roads are dry and its super nice out today! Finally took my honey out for a spin for the first time this year!
It’s 39 degrees out, the snow hasn’t completely melted yet, but the roads are dry and its super nice out today!

Finally took my honey out for a spin for the first time this year!

It’s 39 degrees out, the snow hasn’t completely melted yet, but the roads are dry and its super nice out today!

dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red. dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red.

dranor44:

vics-stuffs:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18

The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.

Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

that was the v15. yes it had bad problems.
but some of them got fixed in the V18. I don’t know which though.

Whoops, I missed that and it’s so obvious, too. I’ll admit, I just saw Vulcan and began to see red.

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record). whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18
The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.
Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

whiskeyandspentbrass:

cerebralzero:

dranor44:

Vulcan V18

The Vulcan V18 is a semi-automatic rifle based on the ArmaLite AR-180, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO. It is built using a modified carbon fiber AR-15 lower receiver coupled with a modified AR-180 upper receiver formed from heat treated SAE 4130 steel. Standard features of the rifle include an A2-style flash hider, 20” chrome lined barrel with a 1-7” twist, FAL-style hand guard, and polymer side-folding stock. Additionally, it utilizes STANAG magazines.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_V18

I was literally going to make a post about this frankengun and how odd it was today but I was too lazy haha weird coincidence

I… I want one.

Here is a video of every reason you should NEVER get this gun.

Though, to be fair, the video is a bit dated so I admit that I am unaware of any changes to improve the design of this gun that may have been made since this video was filmed (but I doubt it, considering that manufacturer’s track record).

So… It begins…

  • Magpul MOE+ grip
  • CMMG upper
  • Locally made, NiB coated bolt carrier group
  1. Camera: HTC ONE
  2. Aperture: f/2
  3. Exposure: 1/46th
  4. Focal Length: 3mm
shanjedi:

leaderoftherevolution:

This basically sums up one of the biggest problems with the United States’ schooling system

With the a lot of the worlds schooling system.

This is why I love going to a technical college. Most of my work is hands on labs and I go home each day feeling like I’ve actually accomplished something!

shanjedi:

leaderoftherevolution:

This basically sums up one of the biggest problems with the United States’ schooling system

With the a lot of the worlds schooling system.

This is why I love going to a technical college. Most of my work is hands on labs and I go home each day feeling like I’ve actually accomplished something!