PSA

If someone sends out an important piece of information via group text, that doesn’t mean you need to respond to that group text that is mostly strangers.

runwithskizzers:

simplypotterheads:

Y’ALL.

OH MY GOD OH MY GOD

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

runwithskizzers:

simplypotterheads:

Y’ALL.

OH MY GOD OH MY GOD

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

magicalserendipity:

SAME

Since nothing on the internet is safe today, but we’re on all on it anyway because jobs and life and smartphones, just focus on this. 

(via alainawaagner)

wnyc:

This May Be the Largest Item Ever Carried On a NYC Subway

I always see bags of balloons on the Chambers Street Stop probably because of the treasure that IS the Balloon Saloon. Bless you, NYC.

wnyc:

This May Be the Largest Item Ever Carried On a NYC Subway

I always see bags of balloons on the Chambers Street Stop probably because of the treasure that IS the Balloon Saloon. Bless you, NYC.

severin-:

Steve Powers


Ugh this was mural was on the cover of Philadelphia City Paper the summer of 2011, and I’ve never forgotten it.

severin-:

Steve Powers

Ugh this was mural was on the cover of Philadelphia City Paper the summer of 2011, and I’ve never forgotten it.

(via postscriptpages)

wnycradiolab:

rhamphotheca:

The Nautilus Live crew encounters a Flapjack Octopus (Opisthoteuthis sp., most likely O. agassizii) with the ROV currently exploring the deep sea Anegada Passage in the Caribbean Sea.

*Although the species is identified as a “Dumbo Octopus” in the video, I decided to make a more specific identification for you ;)

(via: http://www.nautiluslive.org)

Look at this little dude! (Or dudette! Or however octopi handle gender!)

01. Watch this video. It’s insanely cute and awesome.
02. Fun/not-fun fact from my zoo days: From what I understand, you can’t sex an octopus until it lays eggs, or doesn’t. That’s the only way to tell whether it’s a male or female octopus. When a zoo gets an octopus you have to hope it’s a male because if it’s a female it’ll die in captivity. Once a female octopus lays eggs, she sits on them until they’re fertilized. If there’s no male to come by and fertilize them, she’ll guard the eggs til she dies. The octopus at the zoo I worked at died while I was there, protecting her eggs. I don’t mean to paint a picture of “zoos are terrible.” If you know me well, you know I love well staffed and high quality zoos. The zoo I worked at was AZA certified and we taught so many guests about octopi.

Today in great nicknames given to me by my friends

"Queen of Shambles" - from Amy

"Little Numb Mouth Howard" - from Sasha

"Educated folk singers want my soul."

Can’t wait to see Spoon on Wednesday.

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