edwardspoonhands:

I just recently learned that corndogs were imported from Germany and I don’t even know who I am anymore.

edwardspoonhands:

I just recently learned that corndogs were imported from Germany and I don’t even know who I am anymore.

(Source: ourtimeorg)

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I swear tumblr is somehow randomly making me unfollow people.

early-onset-of-night:

generalbriefing:

Stop it tumblr!

This is a fact. I’ve noticed it, too. It goes both ways as well, with Tumblr having some of your followers “unfollow” you. I’ve been tracking it, even, and have pretty much come to the conclusion that my follower count has been fixed. If I get two new followers today, two others will unfollow me tomorrow. If ten people follow me, ten others will unfollow me. It’s pretty much like clockwork, keeping me right where I’m at. So, if I’ve unfollowed anyone, no, I didn’t. Periodically, I unfollow dormant blogs, but that’s it.

Apologies if I’ve lost you, it’s not on purpose. I noticed this happening recently to me, too. Weird.

Anonymous said: Zionions on opinism?

polyglotted:

*wishes he had photoshop to he could paint an onion to look like an israeli flag”

polyglotted:

And this is why I don’t talk to strangers in foreign languages until given confirmation of their language…

polyglotted:

And this is why I don’t talk to strangers in foreign languages until given confirmation of their language…

thedemon-hauntedworld:

NGC6871 Widefield In Cygnus (hubble Palette)
NGC 6871 is a small, young open cluster in the constellation of Cygnus. The cluster has less than 50 members, most of which are blue and white stars.
Credit: Pegasus Observatory

thedemon-hauntedworld:

NGC6871 Widefield In Cygnus (hubble Palette)

NGC 6871 is a small, young open cluster in the constellation of Cygnus. The cluster has less than 50 members, most of which are blue and white stars.

Credit: Pegasus Observatory

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humansofnewyork:

"When we graduate, my friend and I want to start an organization to teach people in rural areas how to read. I was volunteering at a clinic last year, and I saw a child die of Cholera because the mother couldn’t remember the prescription instructions."
(Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

humansofnewyork:

"When we graduate, my friend and I want to start an organization to teach people in rural areas how to read. I was volunteering at a clinic last year, and I saw a child die of Cholera because the mother couldn’t remember the prescription instructions."

(Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

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chapmangamo:

Why, yes. The german guy is the guy from Troll 2. Well spotted.

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bi-the-way-noh8:

izziabell:

pleatedjeans:

via

#BOOM #ROASTED

Bam!

The propaganda battle in a modern war begins with its name. Israel’s attack on Gaza this summer was given an official Hebrew name meaning “resolute cliff”, so as to assure its victims of the futility of resistance. Only a fool would try to fight a cliff, even an irresolute one. The name in English was “Operation Protective Edge”. This, an Israeli military spokesman explained, was chosen to “give a more ‘defensive’ connotation”. (The bombing was supposedly “protective”, though not of those bombed.) Just so, the Israel Defence Forces are quite often seen to be on the attack, and every civilised country has a department or ministry of “defence” in which aggressive campaigns may be plotted.

(Source: aseparatethought, via amateurlanguager)