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If I ever get married,

I want it to rain

Furious streaming wet rain

That shit’s beautiful.

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"Being a girl is awesome at all ages, and it’s super unfortunate that teenagers and young girls in general are so often left out of feminist conversations. Being in college doesn’t make you any better or smarter than teenagers; even being a CEO of some Fortune 500 company doesn’t make you any better or smarter than teenagers. Teenage girls don’t live in Girl World that’s contained in the hallways of high schools and in the blogosphere. They live in the Real World, they’re part of the Real World. Their perspectives are as important as those of women of all ages, if not more important because they’re among the most marginalized. Girls deserve spaces to express themselves in the Real World too."

— Ty Slobe, Why intergenerational feminism matters (via sparkamovement)

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Do you ever feel like there’s that one person who will never really be gone from your soul?  Even when you’re certain you’ve reached inner peace - just when you start to congratulate yourself, you realize they’re still there at the back of your mind.  And sometimes it even feels like the calm is an act; like you’re putting on a show for them, even though they can’t see and probably wouldn’t care.  You try and rationalize through it, try to give yourself reasons why they’re not worth your energy.  But nothing really makes up for the slippery, stinging fact that, if they’re this deeply rooted in your heart, there’s a good fucking reason for it.  And until you forget how significant they were, they’re not going away.  You’re reminded, every time, of how deeply you belong to them, regardless of whether or not they’ll ever be yours; of whether or not they even know.

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thedailyshow:

.@RahmEmanuel sent us some Chicago deep-dish pizza. Thanks, buddy!

thedailyshow:

. sent us some Chicago deep-dish pizza. Thanks, buddy!

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jtotheizzoe:

I love this poem. May Swenson invokes both the form of a DNA helix with her stacked, bulged lines of text, AND pays homage to a Marcel Duchamp painting in both words and shape. Ain’t it great when art and science get all snuggly?

jtotheizzoe:

I love this poem. May Swenson invokes both the form of a DNA helix with her stacked, bulged lines of text, AND pays homage to a Marcel Duchamp painting in both words and shape. Ain’t it great when art and science get all snuggly?

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Women make for fucking awful friends at least 80% of the time.

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bewbin:

MARYLIN MONROE WAS NOT A SIZE 0 SHE HAD CURVES. I CAN’T BELEIVE WHAT IS HAPPENING TO SOCIETY 

bewbin:

MARYLIN MONROE WAS NOT A SIZE 0 SHE HAD CURVES. I CAN’T BELEIVE WHAT IS HAPPENING TO SOCIETY 

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There is now a measles outbreak in New York. A whole ward of cancer patients currently undergoing chemotherapy have been exposed to it. Imagine fighting cancer for years only to die because some jackass didn’t vaccinate their brat and you caught measles. 

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STUPID FUCKING PIECE OF SHIT PARENTS

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What the hell is that fox doing?

probably making a withdrawal seeing as he’s in line at the atm

vardaesque:

rheabekkahc:

What the hell is that fox doing?

probably making a withdrawal seeing as he’s in line at the atm

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thedaysofforever:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

I never usually laugh at these, but I literally just lost it

Lololol

Tears are streaming down my face oh my god

help

"I am getting fisted right now" omfg

this made me hysterical help

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YOU ARE THE HERO GOTHAM DESERVES

I’M CRYING BECAUSE OF THAT CAPTION

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lalnascastle:

IF YOU DONT GET EXCITED OVER NATURE THEN WHAT DO YOU EVEN GET EXCITED ABOUT

I NEED TO VISIT ALL OF THESE

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Happy St. Patricks Day to all our fans! For the day that’s in it, and seeing as I am in fact Irish, The Earth Story is going to take on an “Everything Irish” theme today- starting with this. From this image it is easy to see how we got the name “The Emerald Isle”- with most of the country covered in green vegetation, primarily grassland. If you are familiar with the Irish climate, you may be in awe at this image captured by NASA’s Terra Satellite. Yes, there is apparently nothing NASA cannot do; including getting a photo of Ireland without any cloud cover!! Given Ireland’s temperate climate and the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, Ireland rarely is cloud free. In fact, the sky is entirely cloudy more than 50% of the time, according to the Irish meteorological office- 99% of the time according to most Irish people. Ireland is commonly associated with the colour green and of course the shamrock. The shamrock is the adorned emblem of St. Patrick’s day here- with the idea that St. Patrick used the shamrock to describe the holy trinity to pagan’s residing in Ireland at the time. He is also famous for “driving the snakes from Ireland”- there are no snakes in Ireland now; but there probably never was any to begin with! Rather, this story is a metaphor for the conversion of people to Christianity. Today, St. Patrick’s day is celebrated in many countries all over the globe with Ireland’s tri colours of Green, white and Gold and on display.  Here, St. Patricks day is a national holiday, with most businesses closed- with the exception of pubs and restaurants… of course. If you are celebrating St. Patrick’s day today, have a great one.  Sláinte! -Jean

earthstory:

Happy St. Patricks Day to all our fans!

For the day that’s in it, and seeing as I am in fact Irish, The Earth Story is going to take on an “Everything Irish” theme today- starting with this.

From this image it is easy to see how we got the name “The Emerald Isle”- with most of the country covered in green vegetation, primarily grassland. If you are familiar with the Irish climate, you may be in awe at this image captured by NASA’s Terra Satellite. Yes, there is apparently nothing NASA cannot do; including getting a photo of Ireland without any cloud cover!! Given Ireland’s temperate climate and the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, Ireland rarely is cloud free. In fact, the sky is entirely cloudy more than 50% of the time, according to the Irish meteorological office- 99% of the time according to most Irish people.

Ireland is commonly associated with the colour green and of course the shamrock. The shamrock is the adorned emblem of St. Patrick’s day here- with the idea that St. Patrick used the shamrock to describe the holy trinity to pagan’s residing in Ireland at the time. He is also famous for “driving the snakes from Ireland”- there are no snakes in Ireland now; but there probably never was any to begin with! Rather, this story is a metaphor for the conversion of people to Christianity. Today, St. Patrick’s day is celebrated in many countries all over the globe with Ireland’s tri colours of Green, white and Gold and on display.

Here, St. Patricks day is a national holiday, with most businesses closed- with the exception of pubs and restaurants… of course.

If you are celebrating St. Patrick’s day today, have a great one.

Sláinte!

-Jean

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tsingy de bemaraha national park, a unesco world heritage site in western madagascar, is home to lemurs who, with thick pads on their hands and feet, navigate this six hundred square kilometer labyrinth of three hundred foot tall razor sharp limestone pillars.

photographer stephen alvarez (previously featured) remarked, “it’s an unbelievable experience to watch them [as] they jump like acrobats from the sharp pinnacles” — a feat made more remarkable given the vast chasm bellow.

in the malagasy language, tsingy means “where one cannot walk barefoot,” and alvarez noted that that given the difficulty of the terrain, it takes an entire day to walk half a mile.

nearly impenetrable, the area is described as a refuge within paradise. lemurs, like ninety percent of the species in madagascar, are endemic to the island, and thanks to the isolation of the refuge have evolved into tsingy’s eleven distinct species, including the decken’s sifaka seen here.

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