Holy shit

anonymous asked:

oh god i was so stupid i just finally realized why john took gun to the christmas dinner!!! he didn't know they will go to magnussen, right? he took it because of mary of course!!! he didn't want to risk she does something dangerous, he was ready to shoot her in the case she ties to kill sherlock again! he must know the child isn't his!!!



Verklempt: Darlene Love performs “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” for a final, epic time on the Late Show with David Letterman

so apparently now there are white vegans arguing for able-ist eugenics against the mentally ill on that one “don’t compare POCs to animals for animal rights” post I made and it’s like hooooly fuck you guys you do realize you’re agreeing with nazis to defend animal rights, right?


and they say chivalry is dead 

The Dissent project is a research collaboration between Yale University and UT Austin to create a powerful, practical anonymous group communication system offering strong, provable security guarantees with reasonable efficiency. Dissent’s technical approach differs in two fundamental ways from the traditional relay-based approaches used by systems such as Tor:

  • Dissent builds on dining cryptographers and verifiable shuffle algorithms to offer provable anonymity guarantees, even in the face of traffic analysis attacks, of the kinds likely to be feasible for authoritarian governments and their state-controlled ISPs for example.

  • Dissent seeks to offer accountable anonymity, giving users strong guarantees of anonymity while also protecting online groups or forums from anonymous abuse such as spam, Sybil attacks, and sockpuppetry. Unlike other systems, Dissent can guarantee that each user of an online forum gets exactly one bandwidth share, one vote, or one pseudonym, which other users can block in the event of misbehavior.

Dissent offers an anonymous communication substrate intended primarily for applications built on a broadcast communication model: for example, bulletin boards, wikis, auctions, or voting. Users of an online group obtain cryptographic guarantees of sender and receiver anonymity, message integrity, disruption resistance, proportionality, and location hiding.

Holy shit.