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meganbabyhands:


“He was the first man I’d met who wasn’t afraid of me.” -Hillary Clinton


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meganbabyhands:

“He was the first man I’d met who wasn’t afraid of me.” -Hillary Clinton

Always love this picture

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steffalopod:

in elementary school john lennon had a homework that asked “what do you want two be when you grow up” and he replied “happy”. the teacher say “you donot understand the assignment” and jjohn lennon said “u dont understand LIFE”. that teacher was albert einstein. reblog if you love god

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pastabot:

IT’S FRIDAY NIGHT

pastabot:

IT’S FRIDAY NIGHT

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nosdrinker:

how is it that we all started drawing that S thing in elementary school, across the country, without the Internet telling us to

Which S thing?

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THE S THING

ALL OVER THE WORLD JUST STARTED DOING THE THING

what does the s thing even  mean?

WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THE S!?

In my primary we used to call it a ‘super S’

I had this exact thought the other day while lying in bed. It is pretty fucking weird. 

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Me.

Me.

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annemazing:

I love Josh Groban. 

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I wonder how many more poorly lip-synced videos I’m going to have to watch of Katy Perry’s “Roar”. 

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stupidstagram:

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST FUCKING VIDEO EVER UPLOADED TO THE INTERNET 

So glad this video is making the rounds again.

Brings me right back to ‘09, which was a good year. 

Hit ‘em wit da Mistics. 

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stuffaboutminneapolis:

Monorail cars: Minnesota Zoo’s white elephants permanently derailed
Seventeen monorail cars nobody seems to want are sitting at the Minnesota Zoo this fall, their days in motion done perhaps for good.
Since debuting at the Apple Valley zoo in an era when sleek, futuristic trains were springing up at zoos across the country, the monorail was plagued by low ridership and financial shortfalls. In the early 1980s, it came close to being repossessed or even sold for scrap. In recent years, it had been more quietly losing money, until finally, this fall, the zoo pulled the plug.
“It was an outdated system that had reached the end of its useful life,” said zoo spokeswoman Kelly Lessard. There were “no viable or affordable options to replace [it]. … The manufacturer has long been out of business.”
Commissioning new trains to run on existing track, she said, would have cost “in excess of $40 million, and we determined this would not be the best use of future capital dollars since monorail ridership had declined over the years to below 15 percent of the zoo’s total annual attendance.”
Story by StarTribune, photo by Keeshond

stuffaboutminneapolis:

Monorail cars: Minnesota Zoo’s white elephants permanently derailed

Seventeen monorail cars nobody seems to want are sitting at the Minnesota Zoo this fall, their days in motion done perhaps for good.

Since debuting at the Apple Valley zoo in an era when sleek, futuristic trains were springing up at zoos across the country, the monorail was plagued by low ridership and financial shortfalls. In the early 1980s, it came close to being repossessed or even sold for scrap. In recent years, it had been more quietly losing money, until finally, this fall, the zoo pulled the plug.

“It was an outdated system that had reached the end of its useful life,” said zoo spokeswoman Kelly Lessard. There were “no viable or affordable options to replace [it]. … The manufacturer has long been out of business.”

Commissioning new trains to run on existing track, she said, would have cost “in excess of $40 million, and we determined this would not be the best use of future capital dollars since monorail ridership had declined over the years to below 15 percent of the zoo’s total annual attendance.”

Story by StarTribune, photo by Keeshond

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