Are we getting real penguins?

typette:

nadiaoxford:

evilsoutherngentleman:

megan-is-a-doll:

dorkly:

"Eye of the Tiger" Played on an Old Dot-Matrix Printer

"Papa, what did the ’80s sound like?"

I just laughed so hard I almost puked.

I am so glad I know you, and that people make things like this.

This is humanity’s most important achievement. 

someone make a fucking hardcore techno remix of this shit with a sick bass line and synths, DO IT

noveltastic:

"DEBBIE DID YOU FAX THOSE PAPERS TO MANAGEMENT?"

isriana:

Some gifs of Nemo’s outdoor adventures :)

anotherknifeinmybed:

thegreenguitar:

Pawnography

that was the best pun ever excuse you

catgoddess:

awwww-cute:

Get away from my food! Wait… You’re… Really Fluffy

*Pat pat pat pat*

catgoddess:

awwww-cute:

Get away from my food! Wait… You’re… Really Fluffy

*Pat pat pat pat*

flowersgardenlove:

Dandelion Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

Dandelion Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

~Hybiscus ‘Tahitian Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

~Hybiscus ‘Tahitian Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

Malva Sylvestris Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

Malva Sylvestris Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

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iammyfather:

eviltessmacher:

smdxn:

Texas textbooks once again pushing exaggerated claims about religion’s role in US history

Scholars examining high school social studies textbooks at the behest of the Texas Freedom Network have determined that the majority of the books adopted for classroom use in 2015 are “flawed” and “distorted,” KEYE TV reports.
The scholars blame the distortions on the politicized standards that the authors were forced to write in accordance with…
As Emile Lester, an associate professor of political science at the University of Mary Washington noted in his review of the history textbooks, “the material presented in these textbooks on [the issue of religion and the United States government] seems to have been determined more by political concerns than considerations of good scholarship.”

In other words: The American Talibaners who hijacked Texas’ education system and successfully forced national book publishers to write books filled with right-wing revisionist history are damaging the education of Texas’ children.

And in the majority of the rest of the country.
Texas schoolbooks account for 3/4 of the texts used in the entire United States

Tell your local school board “Just say no to Texas Schoolbooks.”.

Texa, Virginia, Alabama and Mississippi. 
Please be aware of what your child’s school is teaching them regarding history. These are the same folks who won the right to change slavery in student’s textbooks to farm hands and willful servitude. It was a privilege to be a slave 

postracialcomments:

iammyfather:

eviltessmacher:

smdxn:

Texas textbooks once again pushing exaggerated claims about religion’s role in US history

Scholars examining high school social studies textbooks at the behest of the Texas Freedom Network have determined that the majority of the books adopted for classroom use in 2015 are “flawed” and “distorted,” KEYE TV reports.

The scholars blame the distortions on the politicized standards that the authors were forced to write in accordance with…

As Emile Lester, an associate professor of political science at the University of Mary Washington noted in his review of the history textbooks, “the material presented in these textbooks on [the issue of religion and the United States government] seems to have been determined more by political concerns than considerations of good scholarship.”

In other words: The American Talibaners who hijacked Texas’ education system and successfully forced national book publishers to write books filled with right-wing revisionist history are damaging the education of Texas’ children.

And in the majority of the rest of the country.

Texas schoolbooks account for 3/4 of the texts used in the entire United States

Tell your local school board “Just say no to Texas Schoolbooks.”.

Texa, Virginia, Alabama and Mississippi. 

Please be aware of what your child’s school is teaching them regarding history. These are the same folks who won the right to change slavery in student’s textbooks to farm hands and willful servitude. It was a privilege to be a slave