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geekslovesextoo:

omganniephanny:

fuckyeahsilentbob:

Kevin protesting the Westboro Baptist freaks’ protest. 

This makes my day!!

Fuck the westboro baptist church and their fucked up views.

Kevin Smith is too awesome.

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Permalink | 1,676 notes | September 5, 2014

mymodernmet:

Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood's beautiful, geometric arrangements of colorful glass create dazzling reflections and projections of light.

Permalink | 8,527 notes | September 4, 2014

untz-untz-untz-spookybutt:

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arthur-christmas-claus:

meowdk:

Over forty years later:

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WOAH!

((I will never not reblog this.))

Well, SHIT

Dreams really do come true, children.

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Permalink | 306,129 notes | September 2, 2014

thelonelyskeptic:

atopfourthwall:

kristaferanka:

ramonasflower:

Infinite Crisis - "What Do You Fight For?"

Peace

holy shit, diana.

That’s Doomsday, the dude who killed Superman.

She’s holding back, IMHO.

"If you need to stop an asteroid, you call Superman. If you need to solve a mystery, you call Batman. But if you need to end a war, you call Wonder Woman." - Gail Simone

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Permalink | 72,303 notes | September 2, 2014
nprglobalhealth:

Liberia’s Ebola Routine: Wear Your Temperature On Your Lapel
After 10 days in Liberia, NPR producer Nicole Beemsterboer has just landed in London. “You don’t realize how much has been hanging over your head until you’re out,” she says.
She’s talking about Ebola, the virus raging in Liberia as well as Sierra Leone and Guinea. “It was silent and invisible,” she says. “So you’re always on edge, always careful.”
How did you protect yourself?
I got used to not touching anyone, no handshakes. And there are buckets of chlorine solution everywhere — outside every office building, police station, government office, hotel, store. Everywhere. I washed my hands dozens of times a day, and was careful never to touch my face.
At government buildings, officials watch you wash your hands and then take your temperature with an ear-gun thermometer. They write your temperature on a piece of paper and actually staple it to your lapel so it’s visible to everyone inside. You can’t get in the building if you have a temperature, and it sends a message: We’re being vigilant; you need to be vigilant, too. Hold yourself and others accountable.
And you were careful right down to the soles of your boots?
We were concerned that if anything was contaminated, it was the bottom of our boots, so we were constantly rinsing them in the chlorine solution.
I don’t know that we started a trend, but on the last day we were there, our hotel added a shoe wash — a box with a big foam pad inside, soaked in chlorine so you didn’t have to soak your shoes but were getting enough chlorine on [the soles] to decontaminate them. We started seeing this more and more, at Redemption Hospital and other places around the city.
Does the chlorine cause any problems?
Only minor ones, and under the threat of Ebola, they didn’t bother me at all. All my clothes are spattered with bleach. I would dry my hands on my pants; my pants have bleach stains all over them. And it did smell like a pool everywhere you went.
Continue reading.
Photo: Body collectors come to the home of four children in Monrovia who lost both parents to Ebola. (Tommy Trenchard for NPR)

nprglobalhealth:

Liberia’s Ebola Routine: Wear Your Temperature On Your Lapel

After 10 days in Liberia, NPR producer Nicole Beemsterboer has just landed in London. “You don’t realize how much has been hanging over your head until you’re out,” she says.

She’s talking about Ebola, the virus raging in Liberia as well as Sierra Leone and Guinea. “It was silent and invisible,” she says. “So you’re always on edge, always careful.”

How did you protect yourself?

I got used to not touching anyone, no handshakes. And there are buckets of chlorine solution everywhere — outside every office building, police station, government office, hotel, store. Everywhere. I washed my hands dozens of times a day, and was careful never to touch my face.

At government buildings, officials watch you wash your hands and then take your temperature with an ear-gun thermometer. They write your temperature on a piece of paper and actually staple it to your lapel so it’s visible to everyone inside. You can’t get in the building if you have a temperature, and it sends a message: We’re being vigilant; you need to be vigilant, too. Hold yourself and others accountable.

And you were careful right down to the soles of your boots?

We were concerned that if anything was contaminated, it was the bottom of our boots, so we were constantly rinsing them in the chlorine solution.

I don’t know that we started a trend, but on the last day we were there, our hotel added a shoe wash — a box with a big foam pad inside, soaked in chlorine so you didn’t have to soak your shoes but were getting enough chlorine on [the soles] to decontaminate them. We started seeing this more and more, at Redemption Hospital and other places around the city.

Does the chlorine cause any problems?

Only minor ones, and under the threat of Ebola, they didn’t bother me at all. All my clothes are spattered with bleach. I would dry my hands on my pants; my pants have bleach stains all over them. And it did smell like a pool everywhere you went.

Continue reading.

Photo: Body collectors come to the home of four children in Monrovia who lost both parents to Ebola. (Tommy Trenchard for NPR)

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Permalink | 283 notes | September 2, 2014
cosplaysleepeatplay:

"I am Grootpool!"
Source: Funny The Guardians  of The Galaxy  Meme

cosplaysleepeatplay:

"I am Grootpool!"

Source: Funny The Guardians  of The Galaxy  Meme

Permalink | 1,025 notes | September 1, 2014
hellogiggles:

7 LOOKS FROM ’90S ICONS WE WISH WOULD MAKE A COMEBACKby Erin Mallory Long http://ift.tt/1nlRGE5

hellogiggles:

7 LOOKS FROM ’90S ICONS WE WISH WOULD MAKE A COMEBACK

by Erin Mallory Long

http://ift.tt/1nlRGE5
Permalink | 45 notes | September 1, 2014
zerostatereflex:

Detailed View of a Solar Eclipse Corona 
"Only in the fleeting darkness of a total solar eclipse is the light of the solar corona easily visible."

zerostatereflex:

Detailed View of a Solar Eclipse Corona

"Only in the fleeting darkness of a total solar eclipse is the light of the solar corona easily visible."

Permalink | 5,656 notes | August 25, 2014

marcoslefthalf:

you dont have to agree with his policies but you have to admit hes the coolest president weve had ever

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Permalink | 1,198,702 notes | August 25, 2014
redcell6:

Original Sin #1 Variant by Skottie Young

redcell6:

Original Sin #1 Variant by Skottie Young

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Permalink | 1,665 notes | August 25, 2014

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Permalink | 273,667 notes | August 25, 2014

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Permalink | 42,695 notes | August 24, 2014

comedycentral:

Click here to watch some of The Colbert Report’s best guests, including Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Permalink | 10,000 notes | August 24, 2014

alxbngala:

Cat on Ice [x]

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Permalink | 106,695 notes | August 23, 2014

thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: lawebloca]

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Permalink | 18,850 notes | August 22, 2014