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Postcards are a nice way to send a message to someone. However, they are a fragile form. Why anyone would ever trust paper is an answer we will never know. But if you must send a postcard send a postcard in a bottle. And really there is only one message you should ever write on a postcard. The card should read I love you but I am stuck in a jungle and it is going to eat me. Never specify who you are, this way anyone who receives the postcard will think they are loved by someone who was eaten by a jungle. This is a good way to be remembered. This is a good way to have candles lit in your honor.
Chad Redden, from his dream guides podcast The Rocket Dream (via kdecember)

armystrong-countryboy:

stuff-that-irks-me:

obamadawn:

George W. Bush heard about Ft Hood, got in his car without any escort, and drove to the base. He was stopped at the gate to ask for directions to the hosp. then drove on. Bush requested to let him visit the wounded and the dependents of the dead. He stayed at Fort Hood for over 6 hours, until he asked to leave by a message from the White House. Obama flew in days later and held a “photo opportunity” session in a gym, and did not even go to the hospital.

Classy

GWB might have had his faults but at least he cares

Fine, but GWB isn’t President anymore. Dude sits around all day painting pictures of his feet and dogs. No wonder he has loads of time to visit people (which is, OF COURSE, still very admirable and good for him, but don’t think that Obama, faulty though he is, only cares about publicity).

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