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menandtheirdogs:

Christopher Van Etten   Everyone, say hello to Harley.  She was my IED detection dog when I was in Afghanistan (she wasn’t on patrol with me when I got injured). 
 After I got hurt, a lot of people did a lot of work to get her back to me. She is the best dog a man could ask for. The 7th marks the 2 year anniversary I’ve been with this beautiful pup.

menandtheirdogs:

Christopher Van Etten   Everyone, say hello to Harley.  She was my IED detection dog when I was in Afghanistan (she wasn’t on patrol with me when I got injured). 

After I got hurt, a lot of people did a lot of work to get her back to me. She is the best dog a man could ask for. The 7th marks the 2 year anniversary I’ve been with this beautiful pup.

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goodbyemisery:

i went into a whole foods and got to hear a woman arguing with a guy at the meat counter because she wanted grass fed organic chicken and he was desperately trying to explain to her that chickens don’t eat grass

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uniquelyreflectinghisglory:

#repost #missing #missingchild #newyork #ny

uniquelyreflectinghisglory:

#repost #missing #missingchild #newyork #ny

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hipnerd63:

“Nowadays, people are so jeezled up. If they took some chamomile tea and spent more time rocking on the porch in the evening listening to the liquid song of the hermit thrush, they might enjoy life more.”                                                                              —Tasha Tudor (via thankfulsagefarmschool)

hipnerd63:

Nowadays, people are so jeezled up. If they took some chamomile tea and spent more time rocking on the porch in the evening listening to the liquid song of the hermit thrush, they might enjoy life more.”                                                                              —Tasha Tudor (via thankfulsagefarmschool)

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girljanitor:

tacticalconscience:

Even if you don’t think vaccines and autism are related … these are some staggering numbers!

YES THESE NUMBERS ARE STAGGERING I WOULD ALSO POSIT THAT HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THESE IMAGES AND TEXT ALSO



12/10 best response to this idiocy.

sjw-proverbs:

girljanitor:

tacticalconscience:

Even if you don’t think vaccines and autism are related … these are some staggering numbers!

YES THESE NUMBERS ARE STAGGERING I WOULD ALSO POSIT THAT HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THESE IMAGES AND TEXT ALSO

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12/10 best response to this idiocy.

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I told Miyazaki I love the “gratuitous motion” in his films; instead of every movement being dictated by the story, sometimes people will just sit for a moment, or they will sigh, or look in a running stream, or do something extra, not to advance the story but only to give the sense of time and place and who they are.

"We have a word for that in Japanese," he said. "It’s called ma. Emptiness. It’s there intentionally.”

Is that like the “pillow words” that separate phrases in Japanese poetry?

"I don’t think it’s like the pillow word." He clapped his hands three or four times. "The time in between my clapping is ma. If you just have non-stop action with no breathing space at all, it’s just busyness. But if you take a moment, then the tension building in the film can grow into a wider dimension. If you just have constant tension at 80 degrees all the time you just get numb.

Rogert Ebert, on Hayao Miyazaki (via pseudolirium)

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neox:

white children have never felt adversary and hence have no fear and this is the result 

neox:

white children have never felt adversary and hence have no fear and this is the result 

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just-blame-my-parents:

This is an actual tomb stone.

just-blame-my-parents:

This is an actual tomb stone.

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simpaticonebula:

2 years ago I saw a group of middle school aged Buddhist boys in orange robes who had shaved heads and a little boy saw them and said “Look, Mom! Airbenders!” and at first they laughed but then they told him that they were Airbenders but they weren’t allowed to airbend in public and it was pretty much the greatest thing I’ve ever seen

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zenpencils:

SYLVIA PLATH ‘The fig tree’

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Reblogged from nudityandnerdery
In a recent survey, 24 percent defined the American dream as “not being in debt.” They’re not trying to get ahead. They’re just trying to get to zero.

RIP, the middle class: 1946-2013

24%. Nearly a quarter of people whose deepest hope isn’t a vacation home or a third car or a business of their own. But just to not spend their life worrying about how much they owe someone else.

And how much of that debt is for things we’ve been told were necessary- student loans, auto loans because public transit isn’t an option, credit cards and medical expenses because they can’t afford health insurance. Yeah, I’m sure some of it is on other things, less necessary things, but so much of our culture is bent on tying people down to as much debt as it possibly can.

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webofgoodnews:

Just some photos of kindness.  Click here to see some more!

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