I'm Matt and I'm currently a Senior (C/O 2014) at Georgetown University in Washington D.C!

Fandoms. Politics. Humor. Random other things.

My face.

League of Legends: Elivmar
Battle.net(SC2, D3, WoW): Elivmar#1193
Add me! I always need more people to play with!


« »


The Professor of the class I’m writing a paper for is a real stickler for citations. I’ve never so thoroughly cited a paper before. 

adriankarl:

you ever wanna fuck the living shit outta somebody but also cook for them and make sure they’re emotionally stable?

echatepaca replied to your post: Super bored writing this paper. Talk t…

What’s your paper on? I’m finishing one too.

This is going to sound 100% ridiculous. I’m applying Charles Rawls’ (political philosopher) principles on justice as fairness to how humans and artificial intelligence would coexist.

It’s a government class based on science fiction. Yay being a senior!

Super bored writing this paper. Talk to me? =D

sosa-parks:

As a college student you’re either struggling academically, financially, or emotionally. Or all three.

splantamello:

beeswarm17:

karkat-san:

karkat-san:

Why was Oedipus against profanity?

Because he kisses his mother with that mouth.

I’m getting really tired of these motherfucking jokes.

wait

I’ve listened to so much Taking Back Sunday and The Wonder Years during the past 4-5 days of studying.

ryanjjohn:

Every day I struggle between “I wanna look good naked” and “treat yo self.”

archatlas:

BIG Maze BIG Bjarke Ingels Group
"This summer, the National Building Museum [in Washington D.C.] will host the “BIG Maze”, a 61-foot-by-61-foot labyrinth. The maze, which will be erected in Baltic birch plywood, summons to mind the hedge mazes of 18th-century Europe. But BIG has put in a twist: The 18-foot-high walls descend in height as one proceeds through the maze toward the center, meaning that the vantage point from the center offers perfect knowledge of how the maze works.” [via]

Wow I want to do this
Zoom Info
archatlas:

BIG Maze BIG Bjarke Ingels Group
"This summer, the National Building Museum [in Washington D.C.] will host the “BIG Maze”, a 61-foot-by-61-foot labyrinth. The maze, which will be erected in Baltic birch plywood, summons to mind the hedge mazes of 18th-century Europe. But BIG has put in a twist: The 18-foot-high walls descend in height as one proceeds through the maze toward the center, meaning that the vantage point from the center offers perfect knowledge of how the maze works.” [via]

Wow I want to do this
Zoom Info
archatlas:

BIG Maze BIG Bjarke Ingels Group
"This summer, the National Building Museum [in Washington D.C.] will host the “BIG Maze”, a 61-foot-by-61-foot labyrinth. The maze, which will be erected in Baltic birch plywood, summons to mind the hedge mazes of 18th-century Europe. But BIG has put in a twist: The 18-foot-high walls descend in height as one proceeds through the maze toward the center, meaning that the vantage point from the center offers perfect knowledge of how the maze works.” [via]

Wow I want to do this
Zoom Info

archatlas:

BIG Maze BIG Bjarke Ingels Group

"This summer, the National Building Museum [in Washington D.C.] will host the “BIG Maze”, a 61-foot-by-61-foot labyrinth. The maze, which will be erected in Baltic birch plywood, summons to mind the hedge mazes of 18th-century Europe. But BIG has put in a twist: The 18-foot-high walls descend in height as one proceeds through the maze toward the center, meaning that the vantage point from the center offers perfect knowledge of how the maze works.” [via]

Wow I want to do this