the governer

ryden 92/365
wow yes give me that ryden shit

『07.22.17』-《15/100》 Showing off my hobi photo card just cuz >:3 also, my birthday is tomorrow and I only feel younger? ( ´∀`) haha 「Quick tip: Use bolder colors for important terms and lighter colors for secondary terms. That way, it constitutes a visual heierarchy of what needs to be remembered!~ 」
Kentucky Must Pay Attorney Fees For Couples Who Sued Kim Davis, Judge Says
Davis had refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, citing religious beliefs. The court held the state responsible because officials had the right to take action against her but didn't.

random thought: but i dont understand ppl that dont have like.. a thing! idk how 2 explain! but like, if i wanna buy a present for someone i need a solid idea of stuff they like and as someone whos entire identity revolves around specific cartoons/games, i just do not grasp how someone is just. themself without any obsessions!

like ppl want me to draw stuff for them but what do i draw if they dont have an obsession of like, turtles or zelda or even somethin like… Trees

how do some people like… not have a Thing it upsets me!

Me: I prefer Iron Man but I’m fine if people prefer Captain America. They both have their flaws. It’s just a film

Captain America stan: Tony Stark is Pure Evil

Me: ………Although Steve no longer works for the US government, as his name suggests, he continues to embody some of the less-favourable stereotypes associated with the USA


Chris Christie and family photographed relaxing on beach he closed to the public in state shutdown

  • On Sunday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was photographed enjoying a day with family and friends at his home in Island Beach State Park.
  • The beach is one of several of the state’s government-run beaches Christie closed amid an ongoing budget standoff in Trenton.
  • Aerial images captured by New Jersey newspaper the Star-Ledger show the governor sunning himself in a sand chair in the middle of the deserted beach. Read more (7/3/17)

In The Event Of Attack, Here’s How The Government Plans ‘To Save Itself’

In Raven Rock, Garrett Graff describes the bunkers designed to protect U.S. leaders in the event of a catastrophe. One Cold War-era plan put the post office in charge of cataloging the dead. 

From Graff’s interview with Terry Gross:

“The post office was the agency that would’ve been in charge of registering the dead and figuring out who was still alive. In part, because the post office knows where people live, they understand who was left. So you would arrive in the refugee camps, after your cities had been destroyed, and you would’ve been handed Form 801 from the post office, which were pre-printed in millions and millions of quantities and located in post offices around the country through the Cold War in the event of an emergency. And you would’ve filled it out with your name and family members that survived with you at the camp, and then the post office would’ve sorted through these cards and figured out who was still alive and where everyone was to begin the process of reuniting families.

The Parks Service, for instance, would’ve been the agency that would’ve actually been running, in many cases, the refugee camps, because the thinking was that park service land would be largely untouched by nuclear war.

[The Dept. of Agriculture] worked for years with Nabisco to come up with this special survival biscuit. … They pre-made about 160 million tons of this Nabisco survival wafer that were manufactured and boxed up in tins and then hidden away in government fallout shelters around the country. This was a whole strange, shadow post-apocalypse government that existed just out of sight through the Cold War.”