leepacey:

male celebrities for Emma Watson’s #heforshe

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leadthechaos:

Up The Bracket Alley.

leadthechaos:

Up The Bracket Alley.

Rina Takeda [x]

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kateoplis:

Mexico City: Sex workers gather to commemorate their colleagues who were violently murdered, two days before the Day of the Dead festival.

kateoplis:

Mexico CitySex workers gather to commemorate their colleagues who were violently murdered, two days before the Day of the Dead festival.

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maggiegreenie:

guys I’m crying and I don’t know what to do, my 4 years old dog, a Beagle, is missing. I woke up and he simply wasn’t around home, we live on the countryside so theoretically he shouldn’t have gone far, should be around, but he isn’t. My dad and my brother are looking for him on the woods and on the neighborhood, I rode all the road around the farm and even went to the city, that’s 8 miles away from home. I’m afraid someone got him or something like that, here’s a pic of himimage

I just hope he’s fine, I’ll keep looking, I’ll make posters and keep asking people if they have any information, he has to be somewhere around :’( 

audreyii-fic:

"Ghostbusters" starring Mindy Kaling, America Ferrera, Aubrey Plaza, and Rebel Wilson

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catbushandludicrous:

Fact: If there were a button I could press to make Sir Patrick Stewart a regular fake news correspondent I would never stop pressing it

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rhamphotheca:

In the Shadows of Machu Picchu, Scientists Find ‘Extinct’ Cat-Sized Rodent
by Jeremy Hance
Below one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, scientists have made a remarkable discovery: a living cat-sized mammal that, until now, was only known from fossils.
The Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat (Cuscomys oblativa) was first described from two enigmatic skulls discovered in Incan pottery sculpted 400 years ago. Dug up by Hiram Bignham in 1912, the skulls were believed to belong to a species that went extinct even before Francisco Pizarro showed up in Peru with his motley army.
Yet, all that changed in 2009 when a park ranger, Roberto Quispe, found what was believed to be a living Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat near the original archaeological site.”In Conservation Biology this type of rediscoveries is called the Lazarus effect,” writes a team of Mexican and Peruvian scientists in a press release, who years later sought to confirm Quispe’s discovery…
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photograph by Roberto Quispe

rhamphotheca:

In the Shadows of Machu Picchu, Scientists Find ‘Extinct’ Cat-Sized Rodent

by Jeremy Hance

Below one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, scientists have made a remarkable discovery: a living cat-sized mammal that, until now, was only known from fossils.

The Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat (Cuscomys oblativa) was first described from two enigmatic skulls discovered in Incan pottery sculpted 400 years ago. Dug up by Hiram Bignham in 1912, the skulls were believed to belong to a species that went extinct even before Francisco Pizarro showed up in Peru with his motley army.

Yet, all that changed in 2009 when a park ranger, Roberto Quispe, found what was believed to be a living Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat near the original archaeological site.”In Conservation Biology this type of rediscoveries is called the Lazarus effect,” writes a team of Mexican and Peruvian scientists in a press release, who years later sought to confirm Quispe’s discovery…

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photograph by Roberto Quispe

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fuckyeahfemaleyoutubers:

These things actually permeate your brain and plant little seeds that people then carry around with them and influence how they behave. And it’s so important to analyze this, especially when you have an audience of MILLIONS.

Here’s Why Racism’s Not “Just Comedy” - Chescaleigh

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