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nationalpost:

Photos of the day A child runs amongst some of the 1,600 papier mache pandas set up in Geneva by World Wildlife Fund members to celebrate their 50th anniversary, Sept. 2, 2011. (Sebastien Feval/AFP/Getty Images)

nationalpost:

Photos of the day
A child runs amongst some of the 1,600 papier mache pandas set up in Geneva by World Wildlife Fund members to celebrate their 50th anniversary, Sept. 2, 2011. (Sebastien Feval/AFP/Getty Images)

mandaflewaway:

CLICK TO MAKE SOME MUSIC

SUPER AWESOME!

vimeo:

LAUGHS! by Everynone via Vimeo Staff Picks

Chuckle, chortle, guffaw, cackle, giggle, titter, twitter, snigger, snicker, yuk, tee-hee, roar, hoot, and howl!

Laughter is such a wonderfully universal phenomenon. We all do it! There is a real purity to those moments when we lose all control and give in to our funny bone.

coelasquid:

Dreamsofawesome

WONDER WOMAN’S NEW COSTUME LOOKS DUMB!
Ugh, now she doesn’t have pants like how it used to be? What is wrong with you, DC?
WE WANT DC TO LISTEN TO US!
Ugh, they acknowledged but they’re not doing it right
WE WANT WOMEN FRONT AND CENTER ON COMICS!
Ugh you’re not drawing them right
I don’t think anything DC does at this point will satisfy  anyone. I agree DC has mishandled some things but I also think that  we’re reaching a point of just complaining about any and every little  thing.

The point of contention still is, as it always was, that people are getting tired of seeing all of the female leads drawn with body language and uniforms that make them appear less heroic, powerful, legitimate, and all-around able to be taken seriously than their male counterparts.

coelasquid:

Dreamsofawesome

WONDER WOMAN’S NEW COSTUME LOOKS DUMB!

Ugh, now she doesn’t have pants like how it used to be? What is wrong with you, DC?

WE WANT DC TO LISTEN TO US!

Ugh, they acknowledged but they’re not doing it right

WE WANT WOMEN FRONT AND CENTER ON COMICS!

Ugh you’re not drawing them right

I don’t think anything DC does at this point will satisfy anyone. I agree DC has mishandled some things but I also think that we’re reaching a point of just complaining about any and every little thing.

The point of contention still is, as it always was, that people are getting tired of seeing all of the female leads drawn with body language and uniforms that make them appear less heroic, powerful, legitimate, and all-around able to be taken seriously than their male counterparts.

theimpossiblecool:

The Polished Man: A few tips to make your life a bit more gentlemanly.

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timemagazine:

News is never a 9 to 5 job. 
Wednesday evening, with the news that Apple visionary Steve Jobs had passed away from pancreatic cancer, TIME managing editor Rick Stengel (center) decided to stop the presses on the issue the staff had just finished earlier that afternoon. Staff members poured back into the TIME offices for an emergency edit meeting, which left us just over three hours to produce a new issue, many of us working on the very Apple devices that Jobs created.
Thursday, we’ll announce our latest issue featuring Jobs on the cover for the eighth time. 

timemagazine:

News is never a 9 to 5 job. 

Wednesday evening, with the news that Apple visionary Steve Jobs had passed away from pancreatic cancer, TIME managing editor Rick Stengel (center) decided to stop the presses on the issue the staff had just finished earlier that afternoon. Staff members poured back into the TIME offices for an emergency edit meeting, which left us just over three hours to produce a new issue, many of us working on the very Apple devices that Jobs created.

Thursday, we’ll announce our latest issue featuring Jobs on the cover for the eighth time. 

timemagazine:

News is never a 9 to 5 job. 
Wednesday evening, with the news that Apple visionary Steve Jobs had passed away from pancreatic cancer, TIME managing editor Rick Stengel (center) decided to stop the presses on the issue the staff had just finished earlier that afternoon. Staff members poured back into the TIME offices for an emergency edit meeting, which left us just over three hours to produce a new issue, many of us working on the very Apple devices that Jobs created.
Thursday, we’ll announce our latest issue featuring Jobs on the cover for the eighth time. 

timemagazine:

News is never a 9 to 5 job. 

Wednesday evening, with the news that Apple visionary Steve Jobs had passed away from pancreatic cancer, TIME managing editor Rick Stengel (center) decided to stop the presses on the issue the staff had just finished earlier that afternoon. Staff members poured back into the TIME offices for an emergency edit meeting, which left us just over three hours to produce a new issue, many of us working on the very Apple devices that Jobs created.

Thursday, we’ll announce our latest issue featuring Jobs on the cover for the eighth time. 

life:

It was fifty years ago today that Bob Dylan had his first recording session at Columbia Records. Dylan was backup harmonica for folk singer Caroline Hester — It was shortly after that Dylan was offered his own deal with Columbia.
see more — Bob Dylan: The Early Days

life:

It was fifty years ago today that Bob Dylan had his first recording session at Columbia Records. Dylan was backup harmonica for folk singer Caroline Hester — It was shortly after that Dylan was offered his own deal with Columbia.

see moreBob Dylan: The Early Days