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arletterocks:

Isn’t it humbling to write hundreds and hundreds of words about sexism and gender and entitlement and then remember that “Flight of the Conchords” nailed the whole displacement-of-responsibility and nice-guy rage things in, like, four sentences?

wired:

Not much happens in Geraldine, a small farming community in the interior of the South Island of New Zealand, about 85 miles from Christchurch. So when Hayden MacKenzie, a fourth-generation farmer there, picked up the phone last Tuesday and got a request to participate in a secret project—one that he wouldn’t even learn about until he signed a vow of silence—he and his wife Anna figured that they’d take a shot. That evening, two men showed up at his cozy farmhouse. They bore a peculiar red device, a sphere slightly bigger than a volleyball perched on a short collar, and attached it to his roof. Then they left.
Only when the men returned the next day did they reveal what they were up to. Inside the red ball was an antenna that would give the MacKenzies Internet access. It was custom-designed to communicate with a similar antenna that would be floating by in the stratosphere, over 60,000 feet above sea level. On a solar-powered balloon.
Oh, and the men work for Google.
[MORE - EXCLUSIVE: How Google Will Use High-Flying Balloons to Deliver Internet to the Hinterlands]

They WOULD be named MacKenzie

wired:

Not much happens in Geraldine, a small farming community in the interior of the South Island of New Zealand, about 85 miles from Christchurch. So when Hayden MacKenzie, a fourth-generation farmer there, picked up the phone last Tuesday and got a request to participate in a secret project—one that he wouldn’t even learn about until he signed a vow of silence—he and his wife Anna figured that they’d take a shot. That evening, two men showed up at his cozy farmhouse. They bore a peculiar red device, a sphere slightly bigger than a volleyball perched on a short collar, and attached it to his roof. Then they left.

Only when the men returned the next day did they reveal what they were up to. Inside the red ball was an antenna that would give the MacKenzies Internet access. It was custom-designed to communicate with a similar antenna that would be floating by in the stratosphere, over 60,000 feet above sea level. On a solar-powered balloon.

Oh, and the men work for Google.

[MORE - EXCLUSIVE: How Google Will Use High-Flying Balloons to Deliver Internet to the Hinterlands]

They WOULD be named MacKenzie

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celibate-slut:

literally all of tumblr

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What a jerk

What a jerk

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Murray’s New Zealand travel posters

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"Just a compliment for you, about your beard being good."
I say this to my friends all the time, with different things instead of ‘beard’.  They don’t know I’m referencing anything
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"Just a compliment for you, about your beard being good."

I say this to my friends all the time, with different things instead of ‘beard’.  They don’t know I’m referencing anything

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epic4chan:

Easily offended

epic4chan:

Easily offended

Flight Of The Conchords - Jenny

itsaparasaurolophus:

This is still one of my favorites.

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Men Without Hats - Safety Dance

 

That gif of Mel is what makes this so very worthy to reblog

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If anyone gets both of these references, you are automatically my friend
for Kiyo

If anyone gets both of these references, you are automatically my friend

for Kiyo

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Murray Christmas, everyone!

Murray Christmas, everyone!


The Conchords by wonderdookie on deviantart

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The Conchords by wonderdookie on deviantart

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