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pan-tastic:

Just gonna throw it out there- “feminazis” aren’t real. Stop equating genocide to that one time a girl told you to stop being a sexist piece of shit. 

humansofnewyork:

I asked him for his photo. He stared at me for a few seconds, then felt my forehead with the back of his hand, then stared at me for a few more seconds, then said: “What the fuck is wrong with you?”

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oddsareyours:

me checking lok posts today

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Being a fan of community and LOK is exhausting. WHY MUST THE NETWORKS TRY TO RUIN EVERYTHING I LOVE?

mako:

nickelodeon in 2015: catch an episode of book 4 of legend of korra you can’t see online! or on TV. it’s only available in a 6 volume flipbook found on the 6th layer of the earth. now back to spongebob.

theamericankid:

When scientists get too honest

> I would love to see more science posts on Tumblr. I particularly liked, “The postdoc who did all the work has since left to start a bakery.”

verybluebirdy:

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stardusted:

positive-press-daily:

Buttercup The Duck Gets New 3D Printed Foot

A duck with a backward foot is getting a second chance, thanks to 3D printing technology.

Buttercup, born last year in a high school biology lab, has been unable to walk properly after his deformed foot only partially developed. He was just “hobbling around on it,” according to the Feathered Angels Waterfowl Sanctuary.

The Tennessee-based group’s owner, Mike Garey, told CNET, “With his deformed foot, he would have been in pain and had constant cuts and foot infections walking on the side of it even at our sanctuary here.”

After the foot was amputated, a 3D printing company donated its services to aid in Buttercup’s recovery. Photos of Buttercup’s sister’s foot were used to 3D print a mold, which will be used to cast a silicone prosthesis, explains CNET.

Feathered Angels received the materials needed to mold the duck’s foot and the sock to hold it in place on Thursday, according to Buttercup’s Facebook page.

Check out more photos of Buttercup below, and follow his progress here.

Photos courtesy of Feathered Angels Waterfowl Sanctuary

This is the one of the cutest/greatest things I have read this morning! :)

(Source: exclusively-positive-press)

This big muscular black dude just sat across from me on the subway wearing a bandolier (one of those bad ass slings that holds bullets), but when I looked closer, instead of bullets, it had tiny perfume samples in the slots.

I don’t think I’ve ever gone from terrified to amused so quickly.

Plus, he smells awesome.

silencedvolumes:

clock510:

夜間走行時、路面の凹凸をエンハンスする格子型ランプ「Lumigrids」

http://www.yankodesign.com/2013/05/21/lumigrids-while-cycling/

Why not just buy a headlight……

fatalismulier:

I wish people would learn the difference between “OMG I want to live in the 50’s!! I was born in the wrong era!!”

And “I appreciate the vintage aesthetic and wish it was easy and commonplace to adopt that kind of style in today’s world.”

Because, as much as I love pompadours and winged eyeliner, I also love having rights.

(Source: resilienttbastard)

medicalstate:

Superformula to Fight Cancer.

This is a very heartwarming idea. In a bid to give children afflicted with cancer hope and inspiration, the designers at JWT Brazil have created “super formula” cases for their chemotherapy regimens. These formulas come with a video vignette, showing the superheroes affected similarly, and getting stronger when they take their very own super formulas.

If this can give a child the strength the carry on, or even bring a smile to their face, then these cases have done their job.

i was hooked up to an iv drip today but i was really thirsty, and so here these people are trying to hydrate me in the most inconvenient way possible, and i kept asking for juice but nobody would listen to me. 

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