Help celebrate the strength of the enslaved people who were the foundation of our Founding Fathers. #theyhavenames http://thndr.it/1gBuoXo

Help celebrate the strength of the enslaved people who were the foundation of our Founding Fathers. #theyhavenames http://thndr.it/1gBuoXo

(Source: donniedarkos)

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Yeah.

Yeah.

gdfalksen:

I want to hug him…………

gdfalksen:

I want to hug him…………

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ryandonato:

Jack Hardwicke

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http://www.luls4.me/poverty_28.htm
judgmentofparis:

“Wrong Century” — Brilliant illustration by artist Tomas Kucerovsky depicting the fate of plus-size beauty in the modern age.

judgmentofparis:

“Wrong Century” — Brilliant illustration by artist Tomas Kucerovsky depicting the fate of plus-size beauty in the modern age.

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wilwheaton:

diegueno:

Colbert on Ayn Rand and Objectivism

We will be calculating the incredible damage this woman has done to society for the next hundred years.

wilwheaton:

diegueno:

Colbert on Ayn Rand and Objectivism

We will be calculating the incredible damage this woman has done to society for the next hundred years.

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utnereader:

The Future of Work
“At first, there seems a discrepancy: we hear incessant talk of low job growth and economic distress, but see people tapping expensive smartphones and buying the latest social-mobile app. Indeed, the technology and design industries seem unaffected by the recession, set to continue on the same course of planned obsolescence they’ve been on for decades. But a second look reveals that advances in these sectors are helping people adjust to life in a pared-down economy, in a world where the environment has become a main concern. Our recession isn’t happening in a vacuum, and advances in design and technology, paired with an economy in flux, are changing the definition of both work and the workplace.”
Suzanne Lindgren for Utne Reader

utnereader:

The Future of Work

“At first, there seems a discrepancy: we hear incessant talk of low job growth and economic distress, but see people tapping expensive smartphones and buying the latest social-mobile app. Indeed, the technology and design industries seem unaffected by the recession, set to continue on the same course of planned obsolescence they’ve been on for decades. But a second look reveals that advances in these sectors are helping people adjust to life in a pared-down economy, in a world where the environment has become a main concern. Our recession isn’t happening in a vacuum, and advances in design and technology, paired with an economy in flux, are changing the definition of both work and the workplace.”

Suzanne Lindgren for Utne Reader
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Another quick illustration. Yay for penguins with Mohawks! 

Another quick illustration. Yay for penguins with Mohawks!