October 14th, 2014
October 12th, 2014

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shadesofamethyst:

lickystickypickyshe:

The Turkish company Pugedon has recently introduced a vending machine that’s an innovative way to help both the environment and our furry friends. It releases food for the city’s stray dogs and cats every time a plastic bottle is deposited, and it allows people to empty their water bottles for the animals as well.

This wonderful service operates at no charge to the city because the recycled plastic pays for the cost of food. So, with a little financial investment, the simple machines do a lot of good. They provide a steady source of sustenance to the animals, many of which rely on caring residents to regularly feed them. It also encourages people to make a habit of recycling and help conserve our environment for future generations.

Put these everywhere

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smashbrethren:

land-of-propaganda:

KKK handed out flyers last night in St. Louis area (10/09)

it reads, “You can sleep tonight knowing the Klan is awake!”

i don’t even know what to say anymore

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sharkchunks:

the-goddamazon:

ultrafacts:

zhuki-reblogs:

the-hecate-kalivas:

ultrafacts:

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This is why Rome won so many battles. Enemy spies would wait for them to read battle plans to themselves while mouthing the words; trouble was, they had learned not to!

Spoken language is still processed through the auditory sense and centers. Your brain cannot tell the difference between things you actually hear and things that you have only imagined hearing. Silent reading is imagining the sound of words being spoken. The big question, is what kind of voice do you hear reading the words? (I hear my own voice as it sounded when I was 5.)

^Which is also why if you are close to someone, you often imagine their voices as you read their text messages.

I don’t hear my own voice depending on what I’m reading. It’s weird.

I always hear Lance Henriksen. No matter what I’m reading, books, texts, love notes. It’s my gift. It’s my curse.

sharkchunks:

the-goddamazon:

ultrafacts:

zhuki-reblogs:

the-hecate-kalivas:

ultrafacts:

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This is why Rome won so many battles. Enemy spies would wait for them to read battle plans to themselves while mouthing the words; trouble was, they had learned not to!

Spoken language is still processed through the auditory sense and centers. Your brain cannot tell the difference between things you actually hear and things that you have only imagined hearing. Silent reading is imagining the sound of words being spoken. The big question, is what kind of voice do you hear reading the words? (I hear my own voice as it sounded when I was 5.)

^Which is also why if you are close to someone, you often imagine their voices as you read their text messages.

I don’t hear my own voice depending on what I’m reading. It’s weird.

I always hear Lance Henriksen. No matter what I’m reading, books, texts, love notes. It’s my gift. It’s my curse.

klipspringers:

driver roll up the partition please

klipspringers:

driver roll up the partition please

(Source: awwww-cute, via alwaysinspiredbuttootired)

bookoisseur:

nationofsexandsin:

theadventuresofmichaelpawlak:

If you just had a clear box, you’d know that Schrodinger’s cat is alive and very confused.

The best quantum physics joke I heard all day.

Tabitha would totally do this.

(Source: corporation-cats, via sarkos)

caterjunes:

"can i come in?"

"i don’t know, can you?”

cursing quietly, the vampire backed away, foiled yet again by the english teacher’s pedantry

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therealgingerjedi:

this will never not be funny

(Source: sandandglass, via kendallwritesthings)