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Posted on 31st Jul at 11:30 AM, with 109,409 notes

angrychocolatefiend:

betweenelsewherenevermore:

burdenofeclecticism:

this is the single best post on tumblr

I want all the animals

is the Siamese riding the husky sidesaddle?

Posted on 30th Jul at 5:56 PM, with 859 notes
starwars:

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

starwars:

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

Posted on 30th Jul at 3:06 PM, with 230 notes
msnbc:

"If you’re working full time in America, you shouldn’t be living in poverty." - Al Sharpton on Politics Nation
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msnbc:

"If you’re working full time in America, you shouldn’t be living in poverty." - Al Sharpton on Politics Nation

Posted on 30th Jul at 1:59 AM, with 27,893 notes
coketalk:

"An Illustrated Guide to American Personhood" by Sarah Baker
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coketalk:

"An Illustrated Guide to American Personhood" by Sarah Baker

Posted on 27th Jul at 6:25 PM, with 451 notes
skunkbear:

nprontheroad:

Purple martin roosts are so large they show up on Doppler radar.
Those expanding circles are the birds leaving in the morning. Can you guess the first two places we picked to search for the missing birds?

A breakthrough in the case of the missing martins! Follow the whole journey over on NPR’s travel tumblr.

skunkbear:

nprontheroad:

Purple martin roosts are so large they show up on Doppler radar.

Those expanding circles are the birds leaving in the morning. Can you guess the first two places we picked to search for the missing birds?

A breakthrough in the case of the missing martins! Follow the whole journey over on NPR’s travel tumblr.

Posted on 27th Jul at 1:27 PM, with 381 notes
"It took 13 years for the United States to come to its senses and end Prohibition, 13 years in which people kept drinking, otherwise law-abiding citizens became criminals and crime syndicates arose and flourished. It has been more than 40 years since Congress passed the current ban on marijuana, inflicting great harm on society just to prohibit a substance far less dangerous than alcohol.

The federal government should repeal the ban on marijuana.

We reached that conclusion after a great deal of discussion among the members of The Times’s Editorial Board, inspired by a rapidly growing movement among the states to reform marijuana laws.

There are no perfect answers to people’s legitimate concerns about marijuana use. But neither are there such answers about tobacco or alcohol, and we believe that on every level — health effects, the impact on society and law-and-order issues — the balance falls squarely on the side of national legalization. That will put decisions on whether to allow recreational or medicinal production and use where it belongs — at the state level. …

We recognize that this Congress is as unlikely to take action on marijuana as it has been on other big issues. But it is long past time to repeal this version of Prohibition."
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