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Posted: 2583.4 hours ago
optically-aroused: shainblumphotography Moments right before totality. This morning was absolutely amazing. The total eclipse was by far one of the most incredible things I have ever witnessed. Huge thanks to @thistommysmith @tedhesser @martinatib and @andrew.studer. This is one single photo.
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nevver: Meltdown Wow
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Posted: 7467.9 hours ago
did-you-kno: Because most of us spend the majority of our time indoors, NASA conducted a Clean Air Study to determine which common houseplants are the best for filtering harmful toxins like ammonia and formaldehyde from the air. **Please note: Several of these plants are known to be toxic to cats, dogs and other pets. If you are a pet owner, please do check the toxicity of plants before introducing them to your home.** Source Source 2
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Posted: 7626.3 hours ago
nevver: SFO ✈️️ JFK
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srsfunny: Isaac Asimov Warned Us About It
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twosuitcases: This was probably the best morning of my life
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npr: Federal action on gun laws is unlikely. President Obama has again called for state and local governments to tighten them. Here’s Where Gun Laws Stand In Your State
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Posted: 13959.9 hours ago
humansofnewyork: “The absolute best thing in the world that can happen to me is telling a parent that their child’s tumor is benign. I live for those moments. And the worst thing that can happen to me is telling a parent that I’ve lost their kid. It’s only happened to me five times in thirty years. And I’ve wanted to kill myself every single time. Those parents trusted me with their child. It’s a sacred trust and the ultimate responsibility is always mine. I lose sleep for days. I second-guess every decision I made. And every time I lose a child, I tell the parents: ‘I’d rather be dead than her.’ And I mean it. But I go to church every single day. And I think that I’m going to see those kids in a better place. And I’m going to tell them that I’m sorry. And hopefully they’ll say, ‘Forget it. Come on in.’” ———————————————————— As we learn these stories, we are trying to raise $1,000,000 to help the team at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in their fight against pediatric cancer. Thanks to the 15,000 people who have contributed so far. We’re almost 60% of the way there. Please consider donating:http://bit.ly/1TpFcdy
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Posted: 14838.1 hours ago
nexttoparchitects: #zahadhadid Soon to be completed 520 W. 28th St Incredible.
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Posted: 15307.3 hours ago
rhubarbes: ArtStation - Engine Driver Got – Maszynista Grot, by Piotr Jabłoński
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Posted: 15307.3 hours ago
automotivated: Eleanor Mustang (by -KillerBlackbird-)
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Posted: 16051.7 hours ago
mashable: David Bowie lived such an oddly beautiful life
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Posted: 16870.0 hours ago
nprfreshair: RIP David Bowie David Bowie On The Ziggy Stardust Years: ‘We Were Creating The 21st Century In 1971’ Here’s an excerpt of his 2002 Fresh Air interview: On why he never wore T-shirts and jeans onstage “I never believed it. It always felt like you were trying too hard to look like the audience or something. That whole thing about the artistic integrity, which of course I’ve never bought into, with any artist, it’s just not a real thing. … I didn’t say that wearing a glamorization of the rock artist was any truer. … It’s all artifice. I think my main point is that the T-shirt and denims thing, in my mind, was also an artifice. I didn’t feel comfortable in that, because I didn’t feel like one of the working men. I mean, I could never be a blue collar-y kind of Springsteen-y type artist because I don’t believe I am that, and I don’t believe I could ever represent that, and it is merely representation.”
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Posted: 18412.0 hours ago
Wow
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nevver: Storm warning, Dennis Oswald
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actegratuit: Sara Zin
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stories-yet-to-be-written: 52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever (Via Distractify) 1. Kathrine Switzer becomes the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, despite attempts by the marathon organizer to stop her. [1967] 2. Sarla Thakral, 21 years old, the first Indian woman to earn a pilot license. [1936] 3. A Swedish woman hitting a neo-Nazi protester with her handbag. The woman was reportedly a concentration camp survivor. [1985] 4. Voting activist Annie Lumpkins at the Little Rock city jail. [1961] 5. Komako Kimura, a prominent Japanese suffragist at a march in New York. [October 23, 1917] 6. Anna Fisher, “the first mother in space” [1980s] 7. A woman suffrage activist protesting after “The Night of Terror.” 33 suffrage activists had been arrested for ‘obstructing traffic’ and were badly beaten by prison guards. [1917] 8. Jeanne Manford marches with her gay son during a Pride Parade. [1972] 9. Aviator Amelia Earhart after becoming the first woman to fly an aircraft across the Atlantic Ocean. [1928] 10. Afghan women studying medicine. [1962] For more, click here