7 Outlandish Alternate Histories


  1. What if Shakespeare was a renowned historian?
    Effect: Due to advanced technology, the industrial revolution happens 200 years early.
  2. What if Woodrow Wilson had never been US President?
    Effect: World War II would have been avoided.
  3. What if Frank Sinatra was never born?
    Effect: Nuclear devastation. (edit. everyone knows this)
  4. What if Franklin Roosevelt was assassinated in 1933?
    Effect: Colonization of the Moon, Venus, and Mars by 1962.
  5. What if Germany had invaded Britain by sea?
    Effect: World War II might have ended earlier—but Hitler would still have lost.
  6. What if Martin Scorsese had directed pretty woman?
    Effect: One of america’s favorite rom-coms of the 1990s would have been a gritty tragedy.
  7. What if Al Gore became U.S. President?
    Effect: The President is an idiot.

What if’s

My perspective: 14 reasons people should stop hating leonardo dicaprio


1. He dances like this at parties




2. He can do this with his face



3. He quit smoking 3 years ago like a badass

4. He loves his family and mama a whole lot


5. He also fucking loves his dogs and animals in general



classy as fuck


You’re not special for reading the great gatsby we all went to high school

Does anybody still use Blogspot?

Link me!!! I want to read about your petty little miserable lives

Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted

i am a dumb piece of meat
and i rot everyday
my flesh gives a rotting smell
and people say it’s the smell of life
and they come to me
and watch me rot
and get happy and upset and annoyed and disgusted and maybe sometimes feel compasion
but they don’t realize they are rotting too.

Daul Kim (via seacretion)

Students who acquire large debts putting themselves through school are unlikely to think about changing society. When you trap people in a system of debt they can’t afford the time to think. Tuition fee increases are a “disciplinary technique,” and, by the time students graduate, they are not only loaded with debt, but have also internalized the “disciplinarian culture.” This makes them efficient components of the consumer economy.

Noam Chomsky  (via tusha)


(via mojominx)

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