renners-chick:

GENIUS!

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Tags: lol Hulk

minnierva:

My fav episode!

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"…while the 777 you’re flying on won’t end your life, the peanuts you eat on board just might (4,600 Americans a year die from choking and obesity contributes to at least 110,000 preventable deaths a year in the US). It’s just that plane fatalities are sort of a man-bites-dog story (whereas the 32 Americans who died of dog bites last year were not)."

If you’re avoiding air travel after MH17 and more, let statistics be your guide. (via nedhepburn)

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t-high-la420:

the switch from ‘a girl worth fighting for’ to coming upon the decimated village in mulan is THE MOST kick-in-the-teeth mood change IN ALL OF CINEMA

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fullcravings:

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cheesecake

officialunitedstates:

are you from heaven because tennessee

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sceptre:

you know what to do with that big fat butt

wiggle wiggle wiggle

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Tags: hey it's me

weeladybird1981:

“We still live in a binary world in which the idea is imposed on us that there are only two genders; we need to change that perception.”
Laverne Cox photo and interview in The Independent, 01-06-2014. [x]

weeladybird1981:

“We still live in a binary world in which the idea is imposed on us that there are only two genders; we need to change that perception.”

Laverne Cox photo and interview in The Independent, 01-06-2014. [x]

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Lake Retba in Senegal
The bizarre colour is caused by high levels of salt - with some areas containing up to 40% of the condiment.
Michael Danson, an expert in extremophile bacteria from Bath University, said: “The strawberry colour is produced by salt-loving organism Dunaliella salina.
“They produce a red pigment that absorbs and uses the energy of sunlight to create more energy, turning the water pink.
“Lakes like Retba and the Dead Sea, which have high salt concentrations, were once thought to be incompatible with life - hence the names. But they are very much alive.”

Lake Retba in Senegal

The bizarre colour is caused by high levels of salt - with some areas containing up to 40% of the condiment.

Michael Danson, an expert in extremophile bacteria from Bath University, said: “The strawberry colour is produced by salt-loving organism Dunaliella salina.

“They produce a red pigment that absorbs and uses the energy of sunlight to create more energy, turning the water pink.

“Lakes like Retba and the Dead Sea, which have high salt concentrations, were once thought to be incompatible with life - hence the names. But they are very much alive.”

(via thatsmoderatelyraven)