Twitter is down

but I can’t go on twitter to complain about it. so

When you see the broken Twitter Robot, instead of the Twitter Fail Whale, you know things are really wrong.
I’m trying to remain calm.

When you see the broken Twitter Robot, instead of the Twitter Fail Whale, you know things are really wrong.

I’m trying to remain calm.

katieheaney:

rookiemag:

Freaks and Geeks Reunion

:)

- Petra

How is it that everyone BUT James Franco looks better?

(Source: somethingsomethingriverwoods)

(Source: moderndorkology)

beckylang:

President Barack Obama openly weeping as he talks to his campaign volunteers [x]

omg i’m crying too barry

Roxane Gay is Spelled With One "N": Observations Now that President Obama Has Been Re-elected

roxanegay:

1. We know the Obama presidency has been flawed but I don’t think we do enough to acknowledge the Sword of Damocles that has been hanging over his head since he assumed the presidency. He was damned if he did or did not with regard to so many issues. Not only did he inherit a complicated economic…

mprnews:

Whether you spell it pierogi or pyrohy, it means comfort food. For nearly 40 years, pierogi production begins early every Friday morning at St. Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church in northeast Minneapolis

Read more about the tradition from reporter Dan Olson — and see more photos from Jeffrey Thompson here.

Spell it Varenyky, like the Ukrainians do.

Monotremes

Biology and Evolution are weird bedfellows.

Echidnas and the platypus are the only egg-laying mammals, known as monotremes. The female lays a single soft-shelled, leathery egg 22 days after mating, and deposits it directly into her pouch. Hatching takes place after 10 days; the young echidna, called a puggle, then sucks milk from the pores of the two milk patches (monotremes have no nipples) and remains in the pouch for 45 to 55 days, at which time it starts to develop spines. The mother digs a nursery burrow and deposits the puggle, returning every five days to suckle it until it is weaned at seven months.

Male echidnas have a four-headed penis. During mating, the heads on one side “shut down” and do not grow in size; the other two are used to release semen into the female’s two-branched reproductive tract. The heads used are swapped each time the mammal copulates.

kanyewesanderson:

Rushmore / Can’t Tell Me Nothing

kanyewesanderson:

Rushmore / Can’t Tell Me Nothing