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Emily.
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kateordie:

Oh, what’s that? There are official Welcome to Night Vale Girl Scout badges now? And they’re embroidered? And you can preorder them RIGHT THIS VERY SECOND? And I designed them???

There’s also a new WtNV Boy Scout badge for, as you see here, Invisibility. I also want to give a shout-out to this amazing Feral Dogs shirt by Jessica Hayworth, because it is just gorgeous.

GO SHOP, FACE YOUR DEMONS

Road Trip: The Spider (x)

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Twin Peaks - Study (x)

- Iconic places - part 5

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historicaltimes:

A Jewish menorah defies the Nazi swastika, 1931.
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historicaltimes:

A Jewish menorah defies the Nazi swastika, 1931.

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But I love the football that brings people together across religious divides, geographic divides, political divides. I love the fact that for ninety minutes in a rectangular piece of grass, people can forget, hopefully, whatever might be going on in their life and rejoice in this communal celebration of humanity. The biggest diverse, invasive or pervasive culture that human kind knows is football and I love the fact that, at the altar of football, human kind can come worship and celebrate. x

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angrywocunited:

But when Jennifer Lawrence did it, it was “quirky” and “cute”. Fuck you White America.

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npr:

The peaches we eat today look very little like the first peaches planted. We can thank the Chinese farmers who first domesticated the fruit for kicking off the millennia of breeding for perfection.
The Perfect Summer Peach Wasn’t Always So Rosy
Courtesy of Jose Chaparro/University of Florida

npr:

The peaches we eat today look very little like the first peaches planted. We can thank the Chinese farmers who first domesticated the fruit for kicking off the millennia of breeding for perfection.

The Perfect Summer Peach Wasn’t Always So Rosy

Courtesy of Jose Chaparro/University of Florida