RaeBerlin
4 days ago
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nevver:

Silvia Carrus



It only takes 9 seconds, that’s why you count to 10.

nevver:

Silvia Carrus

It only takes 9 seconds, that’s why you count to 10.
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s1uts:

<3

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2 weeks ago
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Heck yeah, pizza from scratch!Dough &amp; all with a lil&#8217; help from the hubz (at the other queens lounge)

Heck yeah, pizza from scratch!Dough & all with a lil’ help from the hubz (at the other queens lounge)

1 month ago
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Best email eva! @ttothebird

Best email eva! @ttothebird

1 month ago
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iparenthesis:

An open letter to President Obama from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists…

An open letter to Prime Minister Cameron from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists…

An open letter to Prime Minister Harper from the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada…

All 3 letters are in support of a pregnant female physician from Sudan, Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, who has been accused of adultery and apostasy and sentenced to stoning and hanging for marrying a Christian. Things like this, this blatant disregard for her life and her choice to marry who she wants, should not be tolerated!

UPDATE: Dr. Ibrahim gave birth to a baby girl on May 25th, while she was in prison, a month before her due date. As it stands, her execution is still on track….

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1 month ago
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usnatarchives:

On this day in 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge, connecting San Francisco to Marin County, California, officially opened amid citywide celebration. 
When the bridge opened it was the longest suspension bridge in the world, at 4,200 feet. At the appointed hour, a foghorn blew and the toll gates opened, releasing the earliest arrivals, who rushed to be the first to cross. 
This image depicts the USS California (BB44) crossing underneath an incomplete Golden Gate Bridge in 1936. National Archives Identifier 520585. 

usnatarchives:

On this day in 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge, connecting San Francisco to Marin County, California, officially opened amid citywide celebration. 

When the bridge opened it was the longest suspension bridge in the world, at 4,200 feet. At the appointed hour, a foghorn blew and the toll gates opened, releasing the earliest arrivals, who rushed to be the first to cross. 

This image depicts the USS California (BB44) crossing underneath an incomplete Golden Gate Bridge in 1936. National Archives Identifier 520585. 

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2 months ago
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Best graffiti I&#8217;ve seen in a while.  (at Five Points (MARTA station))

Best graffiti I’ve seen in a while. (at Five Points (MARTA station))

2 months ago
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nevver:

Ray Bradbury
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npr:

You Had Me At Hello
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