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adora721: yayfeminism: 👏🏻 Just cause it needs to be reblogged. : Tim Doyle- print shop owner person. NakatomiTim When people say they just want 'good stories' and no politics or 'SJW issues in their entertainment-what they are saying is that when they were kids, they completely missed the subtext of every story, movie, comic book, etc they took in. These stories have always been political Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... 12h v Star Trek, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, X-Men, Wonder Woman, on and on and orn these are Political / 'SJW' stories. And the message, if you were paying attention at all is one of inclusion, deep compassion for your fellow man, and social justice 3 139 546 Tim Dovle-print shop owner per... 12h So if you look at say, Ms. Marvel, The Last Jedi, Black Panther, or whatever and say- "I just want stories like when was a kid, get these politics outta my face!" The truth is- you weren't a very observant kid. And you grew into a stunted adult. You missed something vital 4 t 246 876 Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... '12h v Superman is a story of an immigrant coming to America, and we're all stronger by him being here. Spider-Man is about using your power to benefit everyone, not just yourself. Star Wars is anti-authoritarian, Star Trek is a socialist utopia driven by exploration and science 7 T,112 538 Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... .12h Harry Potter is about racism, and the idea of 'genetic superiority', and the insane idea of being better than someone else by the virtue of your birth These ideas are not even subtext- they're right in your damn face, if you bother to open your eyes 2 1376 464 Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... 12h v If anyone ever tells you that these new stories & movies have 'forced diversity or are pushing "Liberal Agendas"-what they are telling you is they missed everything about what made the stories they do like- great. adora721: yayfeminism: 👏🏻 Just cause it needs to be reblogged.

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scifiseries: 1963: ‘U.S. Space Hardware - Today and Tomorrow’ New York Mirror Magazine: Personnol Rocket Relief Ship Throe-Stago Porsonnel Rockot Instrument Carrying Satellite Third Stage Unit Colony Sphero Threo-Stage Rocket Spaco Station Flying Saucer U.S. X-15 Research Ship Space Reconnaissance Ship Exploration Ship Weather Eyo Satellito Fourth Stage Passenger Uni Space Suit and Anti Obsorvatory Satelit Space Reconnaissanco and 3-Stage Propellant Exploration Ship Present and Planned Satellite Gear Is Really Out of This World U.S. Space FHardware- By FRED DICKENSON swiFTLY are we hurting into the space age that farout designs blend together for us In trying to keep up artist's view of some US. orblting hardware both present and contemplated. It ranges from the bullet-llke Alr Force X-15 (center) which has made many successful fights, to space accomplished fact, drawing board projeets and even station (upper right) still on the draftsman's board. Many Instrument-carrylng satellites such as that shown with sclence. One down to earth aspeet, however, is that man at the upper right already are in orblt, of course. And whlle made articles In space, no matter how fantastle, are known he ant gravitational unlt lower let) and space recon by the prosale name of hardware. Here may be seen an nalssance ship above It are not yet part of our equipment, few scifiseries: 1963: ‘U.S. Space Hardware - Today and Tomorrow’ New York Mirror Magazine

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After 25 years of marriage, Amazon CEO ‘Jeff Bezos’ and his wife are headed for divorce. ⁣ -⁣ Jeff Bezos is currently worth $137 billion and is the richest man in the world. ⁣ -⁣ This is the biggest divorce settlement in history with $137 billion on the line.⁣ -⁣ Jeff posted this on Twitter, ⁣ ⁣ “We want to make people aware of a development in our lives. As our family and close friends know, after a long period of loving exploration and trial separation, we have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends,” read the statement signed by both of them.⁣ -⁣ RapTVSTAFF: @thatkidcm⁣ 📸 @thebushcenter⁣: U FORUM O LEADERSH GEORGEWB FORUM LEADERS BusH arap JEFF BEZOS AMAZON CEO WHO S WORTH $137 BILLION, TO DIVORCE WIFE OF 25 YEARS After 25 years of marriage, Amazon CEO ‘Jeff Bezos’ and his wife are headed for divorce. ⁣ -⁣ Jeff Bezos is currently worth $137 billion and is the richest man in the world. ⁣ -⁣ This is the biggest divorce settlement in history with $137 billion on the line.⁣ -⁣ Jeff posted this on Twitter, ⁣ ⁣ “We want to make people aware of a development in our lives. As our family and close friends know, after a long period of loving exploration and trial separation, we have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends,” read the statement signed by both of them.⁣ -⁣ RapTVSTAFF: @thatkidcm⁣ 📸 @thebushcenter⁣

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botanyshitposts: devipotato: botanyshitposts: nolayelde: botanyshitposts: I planted some saguaro seeds about a week ago. Who woukda thunk that such large lads start out so smol. (submitted @nolayelde) this speaks for itself when paired with a pic of the grown plant for scale: they usually live to be 150+ years old. cutting one down in Arizona, where they’re native, is a felony with a maximum 9 months in prison.  in my brief wikipedia exploration to find out how old they could be for this ask i found out that there was a dude in 1982 who was vandalizing one (which is also highly illegal) by shooting at it and then poking at it, and not only did the 500 pound arm of the cactus he was shooting at fall on top of him, but the actual trunk of the cactus then also proceeded to fall on him. he died. smited by the cactus gods for his transgressions  There was one we had in our backyard that fell on our fence and buckled the steel bar. When the guy came by to take it away he sliced into roughly foot long segments and we kept one. It was really cool in the inside, also the chlorophyll is on the inside. My mom turned the outer layer into a lampshade Sorry it’s dusty lmao no idea how to clean it i…………..idk how to react to this but this is definitely an item i wasn’t expecting  here’s another fun fact about saguaro cactuses (or cacti - both are fine!): when they die, the flesh on them erodes away and leaves these really cool wood-like structures they’re called bones. these are cactus bones ……oh : botanyshitposts: devipotato: botanyshitposts: nolayelde: botanyshitposts: I planted some saguaro seeds about a week ago. Who woukda thunk that such large lads start out so smol. (submitted @nolayelde) this speaks for itself when paired with a pic of the grown plant for scale: they usually live to be 150+ years old. cutting one down in Arizona, where they’re native, is a felony with a maximum 9 months in prison.  in my brief wikipedia exploration to find out how old they could be for this ask i found out that there was a dude in 1982 who was vandalizing one (which is also highly illegal) by shooting at it and then poking at it, and not only did the 500 pound arm of the cactus he was shooting at fall on top of him, but the actual trunk of the cactus then also proceeded to fall on him. he died. smited by the cactus gods for his transgressions  There was one we had in our backyard that fell on our fence and buckled the steel bar. When the guy came by to take it away he sliced into roughly foot long segments and we kept one. It was really cool in the inside, also the chlorophyll is on the inside. My mom turned the outer layer into a lampshade Sorry it’s dusty lmao no idea how to clean it i…………..idk how to react to this but this is definitely an item i wasn’t expecting  here’s another fun fact about saguaro cactuses (or cacti - both are fine!): when they die, the flesh on them erodes away and leaves these really cool wood-like structures they’re called bones. these are cactus bones ……oh
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botanyshitposts: devipotato: botanyshitposts: nolayelde: botanyshitposts: I planted some saguaro seeds about a week ago. Who woukda thunk that such large lads start out so smol. (submitted @nolayelde) this speaks for itself when paired with a pic of the grown plant for scale: they usually live to be 150+ years old. cutting one down in Arizona, where they’re native, is a felony with a maximum 9 months in prison.  in my brief wikipedia exploration to find out how old they could be for this ask i found out that there was a dude in 1982 who was vandalizing one (which is also highly illegal) by shooting at it and then poking at it, and not only did the 500 pound arm of the cactus he was shooting at fall on top of him, but the actual trunk of the cactus then also proceeded to fall on him. he died. smited by the cactus gods for his transgressions  There was one we had in our backyard that fell on our fence and buckled the steel bar. When the guy came by to take it away he sliced into roughly foot long segments and we kept one. It was really cool in the inside, also the chlorophyll is on the inside. My mom turned the outer layer into a lampshade Sorry it’s dusty lmao no idea how to clean it i…………..idk how to react to this but this is definitely an item i wasn’t expecting  here’s another fun fact about saguaro cactuses (or cacti - both are fine!): when they die, the flesh on them erodes away and leaves these really cool wood-like structures they’re called bones. these are cactus bones ……oh : botanyshitposts: devipotato: botanyshitposts: nolayelde: botanyshitposts: I planted some saguaro seeds about a week ago. Who woukda thunk that such large lads start out so smol. (submitted @nolayelde) this speaks for itself when paired with a pic of the grown plant for scale: they usually live to be 150+ years old. cutting one down in Arizona, where they’re native, is a felony with a maximum 9 months in prison.  in my brief wikipedia exploration to find out how old they could be for this ask i found out that there was a dude in 1982 who was vandalizing one (which is also highly illegal) by shooting at it and then poking at it, and not only did the 500 pound arm of the cactus he was shooting at fall on top of him, but the actual trunk of the cactus then also proceeded to fall on him. he died. smited by the cactus gods for his transgressions  There was one we had in our backyard that fell on our fence and buckled the steel bar. When the guy came by to take it away he sliced into roughly foot long segments and we kept one. It was really cool in the inside, also the chlorophyll is on the inside. My mom turned the outer layer into a lampshade Sorry it’s dusty lmao no idea how to clean it i…………..idk how to react to this but this is definitely an item i wasn’t expecting  here’s another fun fact about saguaro cactuses (or cacti - both are fine!): when they die, the flesh on them erodes away and leaves these really cool wood-like structures they’re called bones. these are cactus bones ……oh
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yayfeminism: 👏🏻: Tim Doyle- print shop owner person. NakatomiTim When people say they just want 'good stories' and no politics or 'SJW issues in their entertainment-what they are saying is that when they were kids, they completely missed the subtext of every story, movie, comic book, etc they took in. These stories have always been political Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... 12h v Star Trek, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, X-Men, Wonder Woman, on and on and orn these are Political / 'SJW' stories. And the message, if you were paying attention at all is one of inclusion, deep compassion for your fellow man, and social justice 3 139 546 Tim Dovle-print shop owner per... 12h So if you look at say, Ms. Marvel, The Last Jedi, Black Panther, or whatever and say- "I just want stories like when was a kid, get these politics outta my face!" The truth is- you weren't a very observant kid. And you grew into a stunted adult. You missed something vital 4 t 246 876 Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... '12h v Superman is a story of an immigrant coming to America, and we're all stronger by him being here. Spider-Man is about using your power to benefit everyone, not just yourself. Star Wars is anti-authoritarian, Star Trek is a socialist utopia driven by exploration and science 7 T,112 538 Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... .12h Harry Potter is about racism, and the idea of 'genetic superiority', and the insane idea of being better than someone else by the virtue of your birth These ideas are not even subtext- they're right in your damn face, if you bother to open your eyes 2 1376 464 Tim Doyle- print shop owner per... 12h v If anyone ever tells you that these new stories & movies have 'forced diversity or are pushing "Liberal Agendas"-what they are telling you is they missed everything about what made the stories they do like- great. yayfeminism: 👏🏻

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More than 150 short-finned pilot whales were found stranded on a beach in Western Australia. Although over 50 whales were already dead, Australian news outlets report that responders were able to pull some back to sea with large cranes. However, most of the whales could not be saved as the small whales weigh between one to six tons. ___ Scientist Nicola Hodgins from the Whales and Dolphins Conservation said this scenario is not a rarity and unfortunately happens quite often. She explains that whales are very social and close knit, and often form large groups that follow a matriarch. “If one is sick, then the other whales don’t want to leave their side,” and often times sick whales cannot swim so get pulled onto shore. “The other animals end up beaching as well because they don’t want to leave them,” Hodgins said. Another explanation for the stranding could be a disturbance underwater from sonic bombs caused from oil and gas exploration or military sonar. ___ Photo: Western Australia Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions: WORLD NEWS 150 BEACHED WHALES Mar 23 | Over 150 short-finned pilot whales found stranded on a beach in Western Australia. Rescue efforts are mostly futile. More than 150 short-finned pilot whales were found stranded on a beach in Western Australia. Although over 50 whales were already dead, Australian news outlets report that responders were able to pull some back to sea with large cranes. However, most of the whales could not be saved as the small whales weigh between one to six tons. ___ Scientist Nicola Hodgins from the Whales and Dolphins Conservation said this scenario is not a rarity and unfortunately happens quite often. She explains that whales are very social and close knit, and often form large groups that follow a matriarch. “If one is sick, then the other whales don’t want to leave their side,” and often times sick whales cannot swim so get pulled onto shore. “The other animals end up beaching as well because they don’t want to leave them,” Hodgins said. Another explanation for the stranding could be a disturbance underwater from sonic bombs caused from oil and gas exploration or military sonar. ___ Photo: Western Australia Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions

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gucciballs: reminder that this was Lou Reed’s last facebook post before he died: Lou Reed Like This Page October 26, 2013- Twilight Sparkle vs. Metal Machine Music Like -Comment → Share 3.1K Top Comments 614 shares 134 Comments etal Machine Music is the greatest record of all time! I still play it every now and then for tranquility Like Reply 5 October 26, 2013 at 10:16am AN ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION THE AMINE B RING used Metal Machine Music as a weapon. The apartment complex was cursed by Country Western music being played too loud at all hours. Solution, play Metal Machine on repeat prety loud for the weekend while on a get a way. Result was they had to turn the power of to the entire building and we never heard CW again. Thanks Lou great album. Like Reply 233-October 26, 2013 at 5:14am 13 Replies he never got to see season 4 Like Reply 041-October 27, 2013 at 12:25pm 1 Reply Lou Reed and Twilight Sparkle? My two favourite things just smashed togetherlll Like Reply 40 October 26, 2013 at 6:06am 6 Replies My 5 year old daughter would love this Like NOTATION-When I started Reply-10-October 26, 2013 at 6:40am and it s varlous springofts. y concern iew more comments 5 of 134 was not, as was assumed abidingly verbally oriented at heart. hed rock. the exploration of varlous'taboo" eubjects drugs. ex, violenee eal edextrorotory components synthesis of sympathomimetic musics White a comment gucciballs: reminder that this was Lou Reed’s last facebook post before he died

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erin-space-goat: quasi-normalcy: comcastkills: headlines I like to see Why would you post the headline but not the article? (X) https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/with-net-neutrality-on-the-chopping-block-communities_us_5a0f467de4b0e6450602eaa5 We should be loud and clear in the coming weeks like we’ve been before: net neutrality is crucial to helping everyone, regardless of where they live or how much money they make, get online. But there’s another way we can fight for an open internet. Last week, 19 towns across Colorado voted to allow the exploration of creating a local, public alternative to expensive private providers. Fort Collins voters went the furthest, passing a measure to finance an assessment of starting a city-owned broadband utility, which would aim to provide faster service at a cheaper price. That means residents could have a say in whether a new public network maintains the principle of net neutrality, whatever the FCC decides in the future. “People who don’t normally get excited or vote actually turned out this time and actually got energized,” said one resident who had campaigned for the measure. Not everyone was excited. Industry groups spent more than $450,000 campaigning against the measure. In fact, the very reason Colorado towns had to vote “yes” before even exploring public broadband is because of an industry-backed state law requiring municipalities to jump through hoops to take control of their internet infrastructure. (The industry has successfully pushed similar legislation in over 20 states.) Comcast and the like are quaking in their boots about a public option, and they should be. Cities like Chattanooga, Tennessee, which became the first U.S. city to offer gigabit internet speed after going public, are outperforming private providers and even forcing them to innovate to play catch up. Why shouldn’t internet access be a public good? The web should be like the Postal Service, which, because it’s public, provides affordable mail service to everyone, rich or poor, in all areas of the country. And why should a handful of corporate executives and investors get rich while providing expensive, slow access and unbearable customer service? Comcast’s CEO, billionaire Brian Roberts, pocketed $33 million last year alone while running America’s most hated corporation. People need the internet for life in the 21st century, to communicate, apply for jobs, and access crucial resources. Everyone should have affordable access. (17th Nov, 2017 - Donald Cohen) : With Net Neutrality on the Chopping Block, Communities Are Taking Matters Into their Own Hands-and Scaring the Hell out of Comcasí erin-space-goat: quasi-normalcy: comcastkills: headlines I like to see Why would you post the headline but not the article? (X) https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/with-net-neutrality-on-the-chopping-block-communities_us_5a0f467de4b0e6450602eaa5 We should be loud and clear in the coming weeks like we’ve been before: net neutrality is crucial to helping everyone, regardless of where they live or how much money they make, get online. But there’s another way we can fight for an open internet. Last week, 19 towns across Colorado voted to allow the exploration of creating a local, public alternative to expensive private providers. Fort Collins voters went the furthest, passing a measure to finance an assessment of starting a city-owned broadband utility, which would aim to provide faster service at a cheaper price. That means residents could have a say in whether a new public network maintains the principle of net neutrality, whatever the FCC decides in the future. “People who don’t normally get excited or vote actually turned out this time and actually got energized,” said one resident who had campaigned for the measure. Not everyone was excited. Industry groups spent more than $450,000 campaigning against the measure. In fact, the very reason Colorado towns had to vote “yes” before even exploring public broadband is because of an industry-backed state law requiring municipalities to jump through hoops to take control of their internet infrastructure. (The industry has successfully pushed similar legislation in over 20 states.) Comcast and the like are quaking in their boots about a public option, and they should be. Cities like Chattanooga, Tennessee, which became the first U.S. city to offer gigabit internet speed after going public, are outperforming private providers and even forcing them to innovate to play catch up. Why shouldn’t internet access be a public good? The web should be like the Postal Service, which, because it’s public, provides affordable mail service to everyone, rich or poor, in all areas of the country. And why should a handful of corporate executives and investors get rich while providing expensive, slow access and unbearable customer service? Comcast’s CEO, billionaire Brian Roberts, pocketed $33 million last year alone while running America’s most hated corporation. People need the internet for life in the 21st century, to communicate, apply for jobs, and access crucial resources. Everyone should have affordable access. (17th Nov, 2017 - Donald Cohen)

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