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thingsorganizedneatly:

nprfreshair:

By Emily Blincoe

Happy Labor Day! A long-time favorite of Things Organized Neatly, Emily Blincoe, featured on NPR’s Fresh Air blog (one of my favorite NPR shows) spotted by Charles, my partner in my other other blog, Fadient.

Posted 13 hours ago
tastefullyoffensive:

Anna Kendrick’s reaction to the leaked celebrity photos. [@annakendrick47]

tastefullyoffensive:

Anna Kendrick’s reaction to the leaked celebrity photos. [@annakendrick47]

Posted 13 hours ago
I wish somebody had told me that loving people, knowing how to love those people, and those people loving you back were three entirely different things.
Della Hicks-Wilson  (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: psych-facts)

Posted 4 days ago

newsweek:

This graphic shows everywhere journalists have been killed since 2004 | GlobalPost

Approximately 619 journalists have died since 2004. Most were local reporters.

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hulu:

April Ludgate. Intern at Pawnee’s Parks Snark Department. 

hulu:

April Ludgate. Intern at Pawnee’s Parks Snark Department. 

Posted 3 weeks ago

cracked:

You once said Death is nature’s way of saying “your table’s ready.” We wish we could’ve waited with you a little longer.

Posted 3 weeks ago

vividvivka:

… Damn.
I have no words.
RIP kiddo. Hope you found some peace.

Posted 3 weeks ago

nprfreshair:

RIP Robin Williams 1951 - 2014 

Posted 3 weeks ago

whitehouse:

“He made us laugh. He made us cry. He gave his immeasurable talent freely and generously to those who needed it most—from our troops stationed abroad to the marginalized on our own streets.” —President Obama on the passing of Robin Williams

Posted 3 weeks ago

amnhnyc:

For more than three billion years, the Earth harbored only single-celled organisms. At some point, multi-cellular life appeared, in the form of jellyfish, worms, and sponges. But these early animals, being soft-bodied, left few fossil traces. About 560 million years ago, animals with shells formed, and their skeletal remains left markers in the sediments. Within tens of millions of years, most groups of organisms that we recognize today had appeared, in what is known as the Cambrian explosion.

Learn more about this explosion of life

Posted 3 weeks ago

tastefullyoffensive:

"It started out as a kiss, how did it end up like this…" [x]

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humansofap:

To this guy, I really was going to post your caption but I couldn’t bring myself to do it.