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writejenwrite asked: Just saying hi because you are awesome :). Hope you have a great first day back tomorrow!

Hello to you too!

Thanks for the good wishes! I’m sure I’ll be talking about how good (or not) it was!

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edwardspoonhands:

maggieoletamaedeever:

fishingboatproceeds:

edwardspoonhands:

Holy. Crap. I just found an email argument between me and some random internet person about evolution and creationism. Apparently I thought this was important enough to print out and save for TWENTY YEARS!!!

Cannot tell you how many times I’ve been on the phone with Hank and it’s clear he isn’t listening and then I say you’re not listening and then he says, “Hold on someone on the Internet is wrong about something.”

You just got reblogged and commented on by John Green! Be honored !

He’s…he’s my brother…

edwardspoonhands:

maggieoletamaedeever:

fishingboatproceeds:

edwardspoonhands:

Holy. Crap. I just found an email argument between me and some random internet person about evolution and creationism. Apparently I thought this was important enough to print out and save for TWENTY YEARS!!!

Cannot tell you how many times I’ve been on the phone with Hank and it’s clear he isn’t listening and then I say you’re not listening and then he says, “Hold on someone on the Internet is wrong about something.”

You just got reblogged and commented on by John Green! Be honored !

He’s…he’s my brother…

Filed under how embarrassing

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On Privacy

mig14:

I saw an article the other day on BGR that talked about how the Google Maps app on your smartphone tracks everywhere you’ve been, unless you turn off location tracking. I followed the steps in the article and discovered that, through some fluke, I had already turned off location tracking which means that as far as Google Maps knows, I’ve never been anywhere.

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On Privacy

I saw an article the other day on BGR that talked about how the Google Maps app on your smartphone tracks everywhere you’ve been, unless you turn off location tracking. I followed the steps in the article and discovered that, through some fluke, I had already turned off location tracking which means that as far as Google Maps knows, I’ve never been anywhere.

Filed under privacy wherein megan writes things