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Today’s outfit

djdragonblood:

helioscentrifuge:

laoisepotter:

Don’t you hate it when there’s a perfect opportunity for lesbians and the writers just don’t?

What’s worse is when the writers WANT to and the company won’t LET them

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doctorwho:

doctadonner:

Smell that air. Grass and lemonade … and a little bit of mint. A hint of mint, must be the 1920s.

We’re watching The Unicorn and the Wasp right now on bbcamerica as part of Doctor Who Takeover Week. Come watch with us!

lux-xxiii:

idk if its been done but  im sure it has but here you go any how

lux-xxiii:

idk if its been done but  im sure it has but here you go any how

(via crystallized-teardrops)

axetemptation:

What do you find tempting that others might find strange? “When I see a crunchy leaf, I have to step on it.” - Female, 21, Oregon
Created by David Brandon Geeting
Notes:The tree with the largest simple leaf in North America is the bigleaf magnolia. Its leaf can grow up to 35 inches long.

axetemptation:

What do you find tempting that others might find strange? “When I see a crunchy leaf, I have to step on it.” - Female, 21, Oregon

Created by David Brandon Geeting

Notes:
The tree with the largest simple leaf in North America is the bigleaf magnolia. Its leaf can grow up to 35 inches long.

bettybonesco:

this might be my favorite gif

bettybonesco:

this might be my favorite gif

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"Led Zeppelin are notoriously hesitant to allow their music to be licensed for commercial purposes. Knowing this, Richard Linklater filmed a plea by actor Jack Black in front of 1,000 screaming fans, imploring the band to let the production use the "Immigrant Song" in the movie. The plea worked and the filmed request is included on the DVD."

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Too bad it’s not going to happen. Drake wants it because he’s in massive debt. josh won’t do it.

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reportagebygettyimages:

Study Estimates 100,000 Elephants Killed in Last 3 Years

The continued demand for ivory from China and elsewhere in Asia has led to a dramatic decline in Africa’s elephant populations in the last decade, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Extrapolating from local population estimates, the authors estimated that 100,000 elephants have been killed in the last three years and that, in central Africa, the regional population has declined by 64 percent in the last decade. Read more about this study on National Geographic’s website.

Reportage photographer Brent Stirton documented the illicit ivory trade, and efforts to combat poachers, in 2011 and 2012. In his resulting story, “God’s Ivory,” Brent vividly illustrated the connection between poaching in Africa and demand for religious and cultural icons made from ivory in Asia.

Captions:

Top: The largest mass killing of elephants in recent history took place at Bouba Ndjida National Park in North Cameroon close to the Chad and Central African Republic Borders from January through March 2012.

Middle: The preparation for the burning of 5 tons of trafficked Ivory recovered from a seizure in Singapore in 2002, Manyani, Tsavo, Kenya, July 20, 2011.

Bottom: Ivory on sale at government registered White Peacock Arts World, Beijing, China, November 15, 2011.

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yongmuney:

i was listening to a screamo song for fun then i heard all this extra yelling that i thought was part of the song but then i realized it was just my family arguing

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jillburnham:

Bo “Easily Distracted” Burnham.

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