Politics, Science, and Bean Burritos.

May 5

May 2
stormswaneforsaken:

oh my fuck

baby goats are love. 

stormswaneforsaken:

oh my fuck

baby goats are love. 

(via theletterkilleth)


Mar 23

Mar 20
humansofnewyork:

“I just picked up a Hendrix CD, now I’m heading back to Brooklyn.”
“Oh yeah? What do you do in Brooklyn?”
“I’m just crashing at a friend’s place right now. I just moved to New York from The Catskills.”
“Oh cool, what did you do in The Catskills?” 
“… I was just crashing at a friend’s place.”

humansofnewyork:

“I just picked up a Hendrix CD, now I’m heading back to Brooklyn.”

“Oh yeah? What do you do in Brooklyn?”

“I’m just crashing at a friend’s place right now. I just moved to New York from The Catskills.”

“Oh cool, what did you do in The Catskills?” 

“… I was just crashing at a friend’s place.”


Mar 9
etnoxfactaest:

unconsumption:

gardensinunexpectedplaces:

legentis:

craigslist houseshare ad: “i have a garden growing in my shower so you have to use eco-friendly hair products. you will see worms and other insects, and you will occasionally see a spider too but they all help out the ecosystem.”
ok.

I’m all for using graywater to water plants. (Green) thumbs up for this! 
Maybe pair it with this moss bathmat?! 

Makes me think of showers that are designed to conserve water by reusing gray water.
So, could you see yourself using a garden-in-a-shower? 

pretty sure this is uta’s shower from the future

Um…it’s not our shower in…like two months. Melissa…we can make this happen. 

etnoxfactaest:

unconsumption:

gardensinunexpectedplaces:

legentis:

craigslist houseshare ad: “i have a garden growing in my shower so you have to use eco-friendly hair products. you will see worms and other insects, and you will occasionally see a spider too but they all help out the ecosystem.”

ok.

I’m all for using graywater to water plants. (Green) thumbs up for this! 

Maybe pair it with this moss bathmat?! 

Makes me think of showers that are designed to conserve water by reusing gray water.

So, could you see yourself using a garden-in-a-shower? 

pretty sure this is uta’s shower from the future

Um…it’s not our shower in…like two months. Melissa…we can make this happen. 

(via melissiah)


Feb 27

chickensgloriouschickens:

We’re having a chicken luau.  It’s getting crazy over here.  

(via fat-birds)


Feb 26

notesonascandal:

youngblackandvegan:

taureanwar:

Celebrate Black History Month - Eunique Jones

Click here to read story

da bbz!!!!

so cute! love it

So much adorables!!!!

(via theletterkilleth)


humansofnewyork:

As most of you already know, yesterday I discovered that a large amount of my photographs were used without permission by DKNY in a Bangkok window display.
In response, I publicly asked DKNY to make a $100,000 donation in my name to the Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA, so that deserving kids could go to Summer Camp.
They made a $25,000 donation in my name. That really made me happy. I went to bed last night thinking about all the kids who’d be going to summer camp.
But then I started thinking about the kids who wouldn’t be going to summer camp. And I thought: “You know what, wouldn’t it be awesome (and fun) if we made a $75,000 donation?” That way, a bunch more kids could go to summer camp!
So help HONY make a $75,000 donation to the YMCA. That would bring the grand total to $100,000 and provide 300 deserving kids with an entire two weeks of summer camp. These camps give kids such a wonderful, affirming experience. For certain kids, from certain neighborhoods, it could very well be the best two weeks of their life.
Unfortunately, I can’t afford to give goodies this time. Our Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser tapped me out. But I think there’s enough heart in this group to raise the full $75,000. I’m really counting pennies right now, but I’m going to throw in $100 myself.
LET’S DO THIS: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/346367/
And please share this post with your friends.

humansofnewyork:

As most of you already know, yesterday I discovered that a large amount of my photographs were used without permission by DKNY in a Bangkok window display.

In response, I publicly asked DKNY to make a $100,000 donation in my name to the Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA, so that deserving kids could go to Summer Camp.

They made a $25,000 donation in my name. That really made me happy. I went to bed last night thinking about all the kids who’d be going to summer camp.

But then I started thinking about the kids who wouldn’t be going to summer camp. And I thought: “You know what, wouldn’t it be awesome (and fun) if we made a $75,000 donation?” That way, a bunch more kids could go to summer camp!

So help HONY make a $75,000 donation to the YMCA. That would bring the grand total to $100,000 and provide 300 deserving kids with an entire two weeks of summer camp. These camps give kids such a wonderful, affirming experience. For certain kids, from certain neighborhoods, it could very well be the best two weeks of their life.

Unfortunately, I can’t afford to give goodies this time. Our Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser tapped me out. But I think there’s enough heart in this group to raise the full $75,000. I’m really counting pennies right now, but I’m going to throw in $100 myself.

LET’S DO THIS: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/346367/

And please share this post with your friends.


Feb 20

Feb 14
fuckyeahnaturalstate:

arkansaslife:

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we’d like to share a bit about Romance.
When amorous Arkansans—and Oklahomans, and Missourians, and even to-be-weds from across the pond—want to mail their wedding invites and valentines from the sweetest of ZIP codes, they send them from a sprite of a hamlet midway between Little Rock and Heber Springs. In Romance, U.S. Postal Service folks still take the time to hand-stamp each invitation with their coveted postmark. Here’s a by-the-numbers look at a tiny post office with a big heart.
30,000 = Approximate number of wedding invitations and valentines hand-stamped and mailed from the Romance post office last year
2 = Number of postmaster relief employees at the Romance post office
72136 = Romance’s ZIP code
1990 = The year that the Postal Service’s “Love” stamp was introduced to the public from Romance
1,772 = Population of Romance
10 = Miles from Romance to neighboring Joy, Ark.
(From February 2013)

This is probably the most precious thing you’ll read all day.

fuckyeahnaturalstate:

arkansaslife:

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we’d like to share a bit about Romance.

When amorous Arkansans—and Oklahomans, and Missourians, and even to-be-weds from across the pond—want to mail their wedding invites and valentines from the sweetest of ZIP codes, they send them from a sprite of a hamlet midway between Little Rock and Heber Springs. In Romance, U.S. Postal Service folks still take the time to hand-stamp each invitation with their coveted postmark. Here’s a by-the-numbers look at a tiny post office with a big heart.

30,000 = Approximate number of wedding invitations and valentines hand-stamped and mailed from the Romance post office last year

2 = Number of postmaster relief employees at the Romance post office

72136 = Romance’s ZIP code

1990 = The year that the Postal Service’s “Love” stamp was introduced to the public from Romance

1,772 = Population of Romance

10 = Miles from Romance to neighboring Joy, Ark.

(From February 2013)

This is probably the most precious thing you’ll read all day.


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