Nerdy Girl Problems

Transfer student from San Diego. Lover of love and knowledge.

Founder’s Tree. 346ft of beauty. 
Humboldt. 
Winds have been rough lately. Old trees are being pushed down, with death, comes life. 
I love the way the trees smell when it rains….

I love the way the trees smell when it rains….

Thrift shopping. 
This is what I do most of the time.
Sittin in the mornin’ sun. 

mellowmodesty:

wow this is fucking historic as fuck i can’t believe im seeing this

(Source: drugslahmacunrocknroll, via to-join-little-richard)

Too many books, not enough time.
unmodernman:

Me today.

Me everyday.

unmodernman:

Me today.

Me everyday.

(Source: singtheeats, via neverwearingpanties)

Tegan and Sara singing P!nk?? Fandom overload….

I miss my boyfriend so much…. 700 miles is too far….

“Distance mean nothing when you lo….” blah blah blah….

studygeek:

Without doubt, the most mathematically sophisticated television show in the history of primetime broadcasting is The Simpsons. It’s a concrete claim backed up in a series of remarkable episodes. The first proper episode of the series in 1989 contained numerous mathematical references (including a joke about calculus). Moreover, The Simpsons has even offered viewers an obscure joke about Fermat’s last theorem, the most notorious equation in the history of mathematics.

studygeek:

Without doubt, the most mathematically sophisticated television show in the history of primetime broadcasting is The Simpsons. It’s a concrete claim backed up in a series of remarkable episodes. The first proper episode of the series in 1989 contained numerous mathematical references (including a joke about calculus). Moreover, The Simpsons has even offered viewers an obscure joke about Fermat’s last theorem, the most notorious equation in the history of mathematics.

(via every-dayisanewopportunity)