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ladiedaisy:

It’s Caturday! Lilo is enjoying her Caturday by watching birds out the window.

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babeeface:

blizzardofjj:

2 for 1 night

ahahahaha  :D that’s Great..can you say ejected !

babeeface:

blizzardofjj:

2 for 1 night

ahahahaha  :D that’s Great..can you say ejected !

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babyferaligator:

tap tap tap tap tap tap

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drinkandthedevil:

OH MY GOD 
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comradechrisman:

The last thing I saw before I died

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We Support Anti-Criminalization...

endcriminalizationnow:

On Friday April 4th at 5 p.m., the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) joined by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan will protest the Amnesty International 2014 Conference. They offer the following rationale for their protest:

Amnesty International is meeting in Chicago…

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deepthroatmom:

this the rawest shit i ever seen in my life

deepthroatmom:

this the rawest shit i ever seen in my life

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skunkbear:

The Gigantic Peanut In The Sky

This is an artist’s representation of the largest yellow star ever found. It is more than 1,300 times larger than the Sun and it is rapidly getting even larger. According to the study leader, Olivier Chesneau:

The two stars are so close that they touch and the whole system resembles a gigantic peanut.

The double star’s boring official name is HR 5171, but I propose we call it The Great Sky Peanut.  Even though it is 12,000 light-years from earth, a keen sighted person could see it on a dark night, twinkling in the constellation Centaurus.

This representation was made by the European Southern Observatory (hat tip to NPR’s Geoff Brumfiel for sending it my way). You can read more about the star here.

Image credit: ESO/Digitized Sky Survey 2

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"Let’s turn on the juice and see what shakes loose."

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solchrom:

One of the smartest, bravest, strongest, and funniest women I know. It’s an honour and a privilege to be able to call her a friend, not to mention an inspiration. If I’ve learned anything in the last couple of years about privilege, systemic sexism, racism, rape culture, patriarchy, and feminism, it’s largely thanks to her.

This, too, shall pass. 

(While we’re here, a humble suggestion for the next take from Drunk Feminist Films … )

co-signed

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