Patrick,Humanity and The Universe,
if you’re straight and not into me i’m dragging you for homophobia

d-i-s-0-r-d-3-r:

Album covers without the dead band members

ilovekartoffeln:

Bless this man

The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering.
Bruce Lee (via kushandwizdom)
lollipopemoji:

Malcolm in the Middle

lollipopemoji:

Malcolm in the Middle

Literally eating the body of Christ atm.

Literally eating the body of Christ atm.

harvestheart:

So accurate - here’s to pragmatism

harvestheart:

So accurate - here’s to pragmatism

daftmongrel:

Deng Xiaoping, a capitalist and a revolutionary
There are a lot of Chairman Mao fanboys, and gals, out there who romanticize about his leadership of the Chinese cultural revolution.  Although successful in that capacity, he failed economically- as most cultural revolutionaries do.  Chairman Mao is not the main reason why China is an economic powerhouse and that credit goes to comrade Deng Xiaoping a capitalistic revolutionary.  
Deng Xiaoping, known as the architect of Modern China, valued economic stability over political rhetoric and ideology.  He also understood that capitalism would work without having to incorporate a western style leadership and bringing China into the market economy didn’t mean abandoning communism.  He was right and China still thrives.  His image is kinda tainted over his role during the Tiananmen Square riot but his contributions and bravery to press on with economic reforms should not be forgotten.
In my opinion if you lead a revolution and in the end your people are worse off economically you’ve failed.  What’s the point if the majority can’t provide for themselves?
Click his picture if you’d learn more about him

daftmongrel:

Deng Xiaoping, a capitalist and a revolutionary

There are a lot of Chairman Mao fanboys, and gals, out there who romanticize about his leadership of the Chinese cultural revolution.  Although successful in that capacity, he failed economically- as most cultural revolutionaries do.  Chairman Mao is not the main reason why China is an economic powerhouse and that credit goes to comrade Deng Xiaoping a capitalistic revolutionary.  

Deng Xiaoping, known as the architect of Modern China, valued economic stability over political rhetoric and ideology.  He also understood that capitalism would work without having to incorporate a western style leadership and bringing China into the market economy didn’t mean abandoning communism.  He was right and China still thrives.  His image is kinda tainted over his role during the Tiananmen Square riot but his contributions and bravery to press on with economic reforms should not be forgotten.

In my opinion if you lead a revolution and in the end your people are worse off economically you’ve failed.  What’s the point if the majority can’t provide for themselves?

Click his picture if you’d learn more about him