And That's Why You Always Leave A Note

I haven't been on in a while. Let's see how often I'll be here this time.

I'm not conceited enough to think that you'd even pretend to get to know me.

See? Note. I leave them.

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columbusdispatch:

Want to try wrapping your head around the Columbus City Schools data-fraud scandal?

Here’s our breakdown of stories to help keep you informed:

awwww-cute:

Playtime buddies!

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awwww-cute:

Playtime buddies!

explore-blog:

Let’s Be Enemies  – a vintage Maurice Sendak treasure, using reverse psychology to celebrate the joys of friendship

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explore-blog:

Let’s Be Enemies  – a vintage Maurice Sendak treasure, using reverse psychology to celebrate the joys of friendship

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witch-doctor-anfelo:

AWWW THIS IS ADORABLE!!

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thecakebar:

Winter Scene Cupcake In A Jar {click link for FULL tutorial}

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fortheloveofcorgis:

maythefoxbewithyou:

He took a drink of my lemonade and then got mad because it was sour. Took it out on me!

omg what a dork

brutalgeneration:

The Source. by Fab_it on Flickr.

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brutalgeneration:

The Source. by Fab_it on Flickr.

shortformblog:

Electoral college reform: If you redrew U.S. state lines so that every one had the same population, this is what the country would look like. In addition to being an awesome visualization, this map proposes some truly great names for the new territories. How cool would it be to say “I’m moving to Big Thicket,” or “let’s take a trip to Shiprock this summer?” Neil Freeman, the creator of the map, argues that this plan would not only eliminate the well-documented issues with the electoral college, but also create House districts that are perfectly equal in size. It sure sounds a lot more reasonable than the GOP’s proposals for electoral college reform. source

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shortformblog:

Electoral college reform: If you redrew U.S. state lines so that every one had the same population, this is what the country would look like. In addition to being an awesome visualization, this map proposes some truly great names for the new territories. How cool would it be to say “I’m moving to Big Thicket,” or “let’s take a trip to Shiprock this summer?” Neil Freeman, the creator of the map, argues that this plan would not only eliminate the well-documented issues with the electoral college, but also create House districts that are perfectly equal in size. It sure sounds a lot more reasonable than the GOP’s proposals for electoral college reformsource

alcyere:

giants of the North (by Walks On Rocks)

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alcyere:

giants of the North (by Walks On Rocks)

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npr:

"Every Job In America, In 1 Graph"

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npr:

"Every Job In America, In 1 Graph"

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theweekmagazine:

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The week’s best photojournalism

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physicscaucie:

Animation of a Planetary Nebula Dissipating

Planetary nebulae, clouds of gas and dust puffed out by Sun-like stars when they die, are transient phenomena in the lives of stars. The nebulae eventually fade and diffuse into interstellar space, where their elements contribute to the formation of new stars. This animation shows an artist’s concept of a planetary nebula evolving over tens of thousands of years.

Credit: ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser)

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