earthlynation:

Baby Giraffe by heiressofstrife
moonist:

rojin:

methcastle:


Beach date, 1950s

this is so unbelievably perfect. New favorite picture ever.

This picture is so wonderful aw

WHY CAN’T GUYS DRESS LIKE THIS NOW STUPID BAGGY SHORTS, STUPID TACKY HOODIES, STUPID SNAPBACKS
earthlynation:

Pure Majesty by quaddie
theanimalblog:

A baby elephant wallows in the mud, but then found himself unable to stand up again. Heavy rain in the Masai Mara created the perfect mud hole, and the youngster wasted no time in going for a roll. However, when he tried to get to his feet again, he was simply unable to stand and kept slipping over. The moment was captured on camera by professional wildlife photographer Andy Rouse, who had been following the herd.  Picture: Andy Rouse / Rex Features
theanimalblog:

See Ya! Photo by Black Cat Photos
misschloejane:

attackoftheswag:

Marine pretending to cheat off a 4th graders math exam. - Phillippines

This is kind of adorable.
Science Finds Reason For Why Women Wear Makeup

women-in-science:

With all of the makeup talk this past week I will just leave this hear for you to do with what you will.

image: wikipedia commons

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New ‘Monsanto Protection Act’ Could Give Monsanto Power Over US Government

fuckyeahpermaculture:

Monsanto lobbyists have successfully pushed a last minute change into the Continuing Resolution spending bill which was approved by U.S. Congress recently. If not vetoed by President Obama, this will give Monsanto immunity from U.S. government action regarding the safety of any and all new GMO crops and will take away the Judiciary system’s constitutional mandate to review GMO crops to ensure the safety of both consumers and the environment.

Again, this has already been passed by congress so if you are against this, the only way to stop it now is to get President Obama to veto this bill when it reaches his desk.

Food Democracy Now has a petition currently organized to tell President Obama to veto it at fooddemocracynow.org.

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