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94086
I made this origami koi fish a few years back for our tip jar. It took me 3 days and all of my patience.
3699
My wife’s birthday cupcakes
77710
This is what democracy looks like. View from the Capitol in Tallahassee right now.
116510
On the left: Scene from the first season of Stranger Things, set in 1983. On the right: Me, wearing the exact same shirt in 1983.
790
After 3 moves, 2 states and LOTS of hard work... my wife and I bought our 1st house!!!
18371
This manatee comes to my seawall nearly every day before sundown since I fed him lettuce 2 years ago
5444
By balancing temperature, humidity and lighting, a Dutch artist created a cloud in the middle of a room.
1079
Took a trip out to Peabody Essex Museum last weekend. This exhibit didn’t disappoint.
708
...also in Tallahassee
8406
Brave Iranian woman just before being arrested by the police for protesting compulsory hijab in Iran
20854
Last year i taught myself how to carve stone -Celtic birds from an 8th century manuscript, handcarved in sandstone in Scotland.
1293
Nice park bro.
403
The resemblance to the cast is perfect
58761
Sir Ian McKellen got mistaken for a homeless man during a rehearsal break
134
Greatest packaging ever
120
Emerald Lake
750
Somebody is not having a great morning...
112
The Man Who Burned the Confederate Flag Has a Gun Nearly Pulled Out on Him, a Police Officer Stops It
96
40 feet of snow, North Dakota 1966
10438
Got to -40°F today. Dad sent me this from his garage.
82
Found an old photo of when this guy shot a movie in our house (Early 2000s)
163
And this is how democracy actually works in America
75
Ghana’s Olympic skeleton helmets are awesome
595
When advertising isn't lying to you
32991
The Alien Pez dispenser from the 90's
251
Side street in Bath, England. Shot on a rainy morning
56
Stumbled upon this old cop car today at work. Yayce
218
Eagle Creek, Oregon
3779
When I’m stressed out or sad I make things. Here’s a teeny tiny paper bit of happiness for you tonight. Enjoy.
65
Françoise Hardy, 1966
835
Scottish morning
55
The 1978 Dome Zero Concept
73808
Took this with my phone through my windshield while stopped at a light.
72
Drone picture of the Irish Coast
349
A McDowell’s opened up in Queens, NY.
28
Do I smell a money origami match?
37
Prime Minister John Howard, wearing a flak jacket, addressing Australian gun owners after implementing gun control laws in the wake of the 1996 Port Arthur Massacre - Australia's last mass shooting.
23
My Father makes wooden eggs in perfect scale on his lathe.
22
Rare brown panda bear
6586
First Days of School K-12
122 p1um5mu991er *blink blink* *blink blink* Anybody else still do that?
39 Cashlover123 You know Waze provides the same service and you dont have to be holding a sign like that.
48 spectralfury Awesome guy, letting people know that if they need help the police are right around the corner.
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15 lexiember If you already drove safely, would you really need this warning?
13 pgresh5000 I must be in the minority that drives the speed limit and thinks lowly of folks that drive like maniacs. Maybe they should get pulled over? Another user mentioned flashing your brights to warn of cops...motherfucker I'm telling you to turn on your headlights! It's dark out and you're driving a matte-black Civic! /grandpa rant over
14 mirvnillith And another fugitive avoids capture!
29 cgmacleo My boss did this once. Some lady pulled over and told the cop about him: he got $300 stunting ticket. Who the hell snitches like that?
3 hdizzydawg another job taken by machines. thanks, waze
3 Servious Plot twist: he is the police and he's trying to get you to slow down
3 CyressDaVirus Thanks to Waze he doesn't have a job anymore
27 still-improving How brave to protect the rights of speeders and drunk drivers. The local area children must adore him.
6 gradywhite7293 I always wanted to do this to a cop that would post up outside my apartment in his cruiser (illegally parked between crosswalks, btw) with his radar gun, ticketing people going 40 in a 35 zone. I get that they're driving above the posted limit, but it was a pretty busy, multi-lane street and people would always be going slightly over the limit, but at the speed of surrounding traffic. There's a fine line between fishing for tickets and fining negligent drivers. I swear I'd hear his siren go off a half-dozen times in the span of an hour on some days.