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xotilifeelmybones:

iamagadfly:

NSFW. No really. SUPER NOT SAFE FOR WORK.

But it is hilarious and you need to watch this in a safe place where people won’t give you horrified looks.

I THOUGHT U WERE KIDDING OMG

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northernresidentorcas:

Plumper and Kaikash.

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damnthatswhack:

May or may not have had a part in this

damnthatswhack:

May or may not have had a part in this

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hobolunchbox:

The first thing that came to mind when seeing this photo. 

hobolunchbox:

The first thing that came to mind when seeing this photo. 

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Where to Stream TV Shows About British Women Getting It Done 

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"People who dismiss the unemployed and dependent as ‘parasites’ fail to understand economics and parasitism. A successful parasite is one that is not recognized by its host, one that can make its host work for it without appearing as a burden. Such is the ruling class in a capitalist society."

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micdotcom:

One chart says it all about the government and female bodies 

We’re only halfway through 2014, and state legislators have already introduced a whopping 468 restrictions intended to limit, control or otherwise regulate women’s reproductive rights.
How many comparable bills have been introduced to regulate men’s reproductive health care during this period? Zero. 
Something’s very wrong with this picture.
What would restricting male reproductive rights even look like? | Follow micdotcom

micdotcom:

One chart says it all about the government and female bodies 

We’re only halfway through 2014, and state legislators have already introduced a whopping 468 restrictions intended to limit, control or otherwise regulate women’s reproductive rights.

How many comparable bills have been introduced to regulate men’s reproductive health care during this period? Zero. 

Something’s very wrong with this picture.

What would restricting male reproductive rights even look like? | Follow micdotcom

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astrodidact:

The towers will be built in the city of Wuhan in China, with one slightly taller than the other. With a planned height of almost a kilometre, the tallest of the pair will edge out the Burj Khalifa in Dubai as the tallest building in the world.
They’ll also be two of the most environmentally friendly buildings ever made. According to Adele Peters at FastCompany, the pair will be built on an island, and the larger tower will be responsible for ‘feeding’ sustainable power to the smaller tower. It will also be responsible for cleaning its surroundings by pulling water up out of the lake, cleaning it, and then putting it back.
“The water goes up through a series of filters,” said Laurie Chetwood, chairman of UK-based Chetwoods architect firm in charge of the project. “We don’t use power to pull the water up, we’re using passive energy. As it goes through the filters and back, we’re also putting air back into the lake to make it healthier.”
"The towers also have pollution-absorbing coatings to help clean the air, vertical gardens that filter more pollution, and a chimney in the middle of the larger tower naturally pulls air across the lake for better ventilation. Wind turbines, lightweight solar cladding, and hydrogen fuel cells running on the buildings’ waste will generate all of the power used by the towers, plus a little extra for the rest of the neighbourhood."
Once approved by the city’s mayor, construction is planned to start at the end of the year, with a completion date of 2017 or 2018.
http://sciencealert.com.au/news/20143006-25779.html

astrodidact:

The towers will be built in the city of Wuhan in China, with one slightly taller than the other. With a planned height of almost a kilometre, the tallest of the pair will edge out the Burj Khalifa in Dubai as the tallest building in the world.

They’ll also be two of the most environmentally friendly buildings ever made. According to Adele Peters at FastCompany, the pair will be built on an island, and the larger tower will be responsible for ‘feeding’ sustainable power to the smaller tower. It will also be responsible for cleaning its surroundings by pulling water up out of the lake, cleaning it, and then putting it back.

“The water goes up through a series of filters,” said Laurie Chetwood, chairman of UK-based Chetwoods architect firm in charge of the project. “We don’t use power to pull the water up, we’re using passive energy. As it goes through the filters and back, we’re also putting air back into the lake to make it healthier.”

"The towers also have pollution-absorbing coatings to help clean the air, vertical gardens that filter more pollution, and a chimney in the middle of the larger tower naturally pulls air across the lake for better ventilation. Wind turbines, lightweight solar cladding, and hydrogen fuel cells running on the buildings’ waste will generate all of the power used by the towers, plus a little extra for the rest of the neighbourhood."

Once approved by the city’s mayor, construction is planned to start at the end of the year, with a completion date of 2017 or 2018.

http://sciencealert.com.au/news/20143006-25779.html

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