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Sarah, 25yo
Leo/Virgo; Aries moon; Pisces rising
INTP, 5w4
curry, enchiladas verdes
matcha, earl grey
cats, technology, Psychology, Minecraft, photography
Boyfriend, 25yo
MacBook Pro; Chrome
I love Dir en grey.

Posted on 19th Oct at 3:52 PM, with 173 notes

ms-dos5:

Evolution of the Mac OS Control Panel

Posted on 19th Oct at 3:50 PM, with 55,224 notes

neverlookidly:

fantasynolife:

have I ever mentioned, that there is a vampire-cat in my neighborhood?

baby sabertooth omg

Posted on 19th Oct at 1:08 PM
I only have 16 more days in SF.
Posted on 19th Oct at 1:01 PM, with 3,270 notes
jtotheizzoe:

The environmental impact of oysters, in one photo
The water in both tanks came from the same source. The one on the right has bivalves. Not only do oysters naturally filter the waters in which they live, they can even protect humans from destructive hurricanes. For more, read about New York’s efforts to bring back oyster populations in the once-toxic Hudson River.
Delicious AND helpful. Who knew?
(photo via Steve Vilnit on Twitter)
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jtotheizzoe:

The environmental impact of oysters, in one photo

The water in both tanks came from the same source. The one on the right has bivalves. Not only do oysters naturally filter the waters in which they live, they can even protect humans from destructive hurricanes. For more, read about New York’s efforts to bring back oyster populations in the once-toxic Hudson River.

Delicious AND helpful. Who knew?

(photo via Steve Vilnit on Twitter)

Posted on 19th Oct at 11:20 AM, with 2,472 notes

did-you-kno:

Food tastes different when you’re on an airplane. The atmosphere dries out your nose, the air pressure numbs 1/3 of your taste buds, and low humidity levels give you cotton mouth. Even if airlines provided gourmet food, it would still taste like dirt after take-off. Since you can’t be expected to eat pretzels with cotton mouth, you might as well just drink your dinner. Source

Posted on 18th Oct at 11:14 PM, with 80,758 notes

adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.

Posted on 18th Oct at 11:07 PM, with 2,475 notes
temporarilyeuropean:

theeconomist:

The Mars and Venus question: new research suggests that differences between men and women’s brains may be down to social development rather than gender stereotypes

THE ECONOMIST FIGURED SOMETHING OUT EVERYONE. TURNS OUT FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP, ANTHROPOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, AND CULTURAL STUDIES HAVE BEEN RIGHT ALL ALONG (or, y’know, being able to see/listen to humans when they do things/talk). WOW. HERE’S A GROUNDBREAKING EXCERPT FROM THIS GROUNDBREAKING ARTICLE:
“Whatever the reason, this study indicates that cognitive differences between men and women are not solely inherited. It suggests that, to a degree hitherto unacknowledged, they are learned from the roles a society expects males and females to perform, and that those differences can change as society changes. Modern times require modern thinking.”
MODERN TIMES. MOOOOOODERN TIIIIIIIMES, MAN.

Truth. Although I doubt the average person would take this “new” research seriously.
At my (Catholic) high school we were taught that men and women have different brains (because that’s God’s design). It pissed me off.
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temporarilyeuropean:

theeconomist:

The Mars and Venus question: new research suggests that differences between men and women’s brains may be down to social development rather than gender stereotypes

THE ECONOMIST FIGURED SOMETHING OUT EVERYONE. TURNS OUT FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP, ANTHROPOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, AND CULTURAL STUDIES HAVE BEEN RIGHT ALL ALONG (or, y’know, being able to see/listen to humans when they do things/talk). WOW. HERE’S A GROUNDBREAKING EXCERPT FROM THIS GROUNDBREAKING ARTICLE:

Whatever the reason, this study indicates that cognitive differences between men and women are not solely inherited. It suggests that, to a degree hitherto unacknowledged, they are learned from the roles a society expects males and females to perform, and that those differences can change as society changes. Modern times require modern thinking.”

MODERN TIMES. MOOOOOODERN TIIIIIIIMES, MAN.

Truth. Although I doubt the average person would take this “new” research seriously.

At my (Catholic) high school we were taught that men and women have different brains (because that’s God’s design). It pissed me off.

Posted on 18th Oct at 10:54 PM, with 1 note

This is just sad… If there were any shirts with katakana or more hiragana on them in the store I would have caught on so fast.

I wish it had a couple other incorrect characters and said SUPERU DORITOS, at least then it’d be funny.

Posted on 18th Oct at 10:42 PM, with 1 note
I feel cheated.

So I finally caved and bought a couple of shirts at Superdry. because I won’t be living near one anymore. They have really high quality, nice casual wear that I always passed over because it’s pricy.

Well. The kanji they use in all of their designs is the British/American equivalent of Engrish and just uses the kanji for extreme and arid, basically. I thought it was weird that some of the designs have (shinasai) at the end, but I just thought when I finally looked it up that it’d be clever; telling me to please do something.

Oh well, if you want to, read this.

Posted on 18th Oct at 2:42 PM, with 28,523 notes
memewhore:

glitterweave:

hasana-boo:

local-shop:

creeplypd:

snorlaxatives:

EVIL CORN MASK LMFAO WHO WOULD THINK OF THIS

add this to this


CORN IS NEITHER EVIL NOR SEXY WHERE ARE PEOPLE GETTING THESE IDEAS FROM


I’M SORRY


Yassss

That’s actually pretty good with the mask…
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memewhore:

glitterweave:

hasana-boo:

local-shop:

creeplypd:

snorlaxatives:

EVIL CORN MASK LMFAO WHO WOULD THINK OF THIS

add this to this

CORN IS NEITHER EVIL NOR SEXY WHERE ARE PEOPLE GETTING THESE IDEAS FROM

image

I’M SORRY

Yassss

That’s actually pretty good with the mask…

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