Gather ‘round children and hear the tale of Pancakio...
Basically Pinocchio but instead it’s a puppet named Pancakio whose nose is a stack of pancakes and every time he lies it grows so Geppetto constantly forces him to lie so he can have unlimited pancakes.
accidentally ate two medium pizzas (about the size of two small pizzas in america) like 4 hours ago and now my stomach feels the way the minecraft “oof” hitsound bassboosted and clipping because it’s really loud sounds
Y entonces te desconectas de tu pasado, de tus raíces, de las personas que has perdido, de todo lo que has amado. Sientes cómo algo se acerca desde las tinieblas y te abraza. Miras alrededor y no hay nadie.
just sorted all my coins that i have on my desk and it came out to 6,238 yen.
that’s like $58 in a pocket-and-a-half-full of change.
that’s fuckn dope. in america i cant imagine going through my couch cushions and finding like $12.37 in change, and i know it’s not even that impressive because yeah obviously, the equivalent of 50-cent coins, 10-dollar coins, and 5-dollar coins being common in a cash based society means the pocket change is gonna be worth more, but even still it’s fucking wacky to me. i can go to the store and buy groceries exclusively using coins. that’s fucked.
Supreme Court Orders Disclosure For Dark Money, As New Report Unveils Some Donors
The Supreme Court on Tuesday insisted that many donations to predominantly conservative political nonprofit groups — what’s often called dark money — be disclosed, seven weeks ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
The ruling closes, at least for now, a loophole that has allowed wealthy donors to finance aggressive ads while staying anonymous. Crafted by the Federal Election Commission nearly 40 years ago, the loophole flourished after the 2010 Citizens United ruling.
The court set aside an order issued by Chief Justice John Roberts on Saturday. The social welfare group Crossroads GPS, a defendant in the lawsuit, had fought to stall disclosure while it prepares to appeal. It failed in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals and then appealed to the Supreme Court.
The disclosure requirement is expected to apply to explicitly political ads by nonprofit groups for the remaining weeks of the campaign season.