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"inside us there is a word we cannot pronounce and that is who we are"
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  • prudeghost:

    Qui nous protège de la police?
    (Who protects us from the police?)

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  • worldofthecutestcuties:

    I took my cat on his first walk yesterday

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  • thisisprsnl:

    ilovecharts:

    Here’s the bottom line: We’re making progress, but the gender pay gap still exists at all income levels, and widens as people get older.

    Highly-educated women with professional degrees tend to begin their careers at approximately the same salary level as their male counterparts, but as their careers progress, a gender gap opens up. By their late 30’s, men with professional degrees earn 50% more than their female counterparts.

    So how do we fix that? Beginning with the first bill he signed into law, President Obama’s been fighting to help women receive the pay they deserve. But he can’t do it all by himself. Congress needs to act to help ensure equal pay for women.

    That’s all for today! I hope you enjoyed our charts. I had a blast. —Betsey

    We can’t get enough of these Women’s Equality day posts from ilovecharts! Make sure to check out the whole series!

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  • unamusedsloth:

    Ducklings have great brakes.

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  • heckacute:

    I’m sorry I can’t come to the phone right now. I’m busy cutting open Fruit Gushers and squeezing all of the goo into a glass so I can take a shot of it because that has always been a dream of mine and now that I’m an adult with a job, I finally have the means to make it a reality. Please leave your name and number after the beep. 

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  • malformalady:

    A local guide demonstrates a tree root bridge being developed to replace an older, circuitous route across a gorge deep in the jungle near Mawsynram. The village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya receives 467 inches of rain per year. One of the most fascinating and beautiful features in the region are the “living bridges” spanning rain-soaked valleys. For centuries, locals have been training the roots of rubber trees to grow into natural bridges, far outlasting man-made wooden structures that rot in just a few years. The bridges are self-strengthening, becoming more substantial over time, as the root systems grow.

    Photo credit: © Amos Chapple

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  • darksideoftheshroom:

    !!! its so littttttleee!!!!

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    summersinthesky:

    WHY IS THIS BUNNY WEARING A BACKPACK? WHERE IS HE GOING TO GO? WHAT DOES HE HAVE IN THIS BACKPACK?

    it’s his 1st day of school wish him luck

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