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princessfknpeach:

the-goddamazon:

black-american-queen:

little-miss-fats:

source: robot-hugs

has anyone posted this yet? I love it! 

I learned a lot from this.

Y’all. READ THE WHOLE THING. START TO FUCKING FINISH.

It doesn’t go into detail about how Black sex workers are usually at higher risk for violence done against them, but the gist of the comic is very, very informative about sex work and HOW it works.

Can I post this on Facebook?

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 53,341 notes
fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

This surrealistic timelapse doesn’t show an ocean in the sky. These are undulatus asperatus clouds rolling over Lincoln, Nebraska. Also known simply as asperatus, this cloud formation has been proposed as but not yet recognized as a distinctive cloud type. Their speed is much slower than shown in the animation, but the wave-like motion is accurate and is the source of the cloud’s name, which comes from the Latin word aspero, meaning to make rough. Though they appear stormy, asperatus clouds do not usually produce storms. They form under conditions similar to those of mammatus clouds, but wind shear at the cloud level causes the undulations to form. (Maybe some Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities going on there?) You can check many more images of asperatus clouds at the Cloud Appreciation Society’s gallery. (Image credit: A. Schueth, source video; submitted by leftcoastjunkies)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

This surrealistic timelapse doesn’t show an ocean in the sky. These are undulatus asperatus clouds rolling over Lincoln, Nebraska. Also known simply as asperatus, this cloud formation has been proposed as but not yet recognized as a distinctive cloud type. Their speed is much slower than shown in the animation, but the wave-like motion is accurate and is the source of the cloud’s name, which comes from the Latin word aspero, meaning to make rough. Though they appear stormy, asperatus clouds do not usually produce storms. They form under conditions similar to those of mammatus clouds, but wind shear at the cloud level causes the undulations to form. (Maybe some Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities going on there?) You can check many more images of asperatus clouds at the Cloud Appreciation Society’s gallery. (Image credit: A. Schueth, source video; submitted by leftcoastjunkies)

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 1,431 notes
copperbadge:

navalenigma:

Aggressively southern gay

The best kind of southern gay!

copperbadge:

navalenigma:

Aggressively southern gay

The best kind of southern gay!

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 2,047 notes

eustaciavye77:

Sanjai, a 20-years old bull (male elephant), sees himself for the first time in front of a mirror. [x]

elephants are fucking awesome.

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 40,089 notes

ruinedchildhood:

True love

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 101,688 notes

ryancrobert:

you can just tell that Nicki Minaj is the kind of person that when you’re telling a story and everyone else in the group is talking over you, she’s making direct eye contact with you and paying extra attention so that you don’t get discouraged and stop mid-story

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 69,636 notes

mymodernmet:

The National Geographic Photo Contest is back and accepting more amazing entries in the categories: People, Places, and Nature. This year’s winner will receive $10,000 and a trip to the NatGeo headquarters in Washington, D.C., to participate in the annual National Geographic Photography Seminar in January 2015.

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 1,074 notes

coleott:

Our Giant

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 96 notes

gryphontarot:

The Gryphon Tarot (c) Bailiwick, 2011-2014.

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 222 notes

night-catches-us:

when nicki starts spittin’ bey look like such a proud mama. like dats my baby, come get some.

image

7 hours ago on October 1st, 2014 | J | 14,866 notes