The crisis in Gaza is so serious, it can be seen from space
International Space Station astronaut Alexander Gerst has posted his “saddest photo yet.” From all the way up in the thermosphere, ISS personnel orbiting 200 miles over the Middle East can see bombs and missiles exploding in Gaza and Israel as the two sides go to war.
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8:19 pm • 25 July 2014 • 8,827 notes
They say “If Mexico was shooting at the US, what would you do?”.
The truth is that Americans shoot Americans all the time, and nothing has ever been done.
The truth is also, we built a wall at the border, and shot people through it.
3:32 pm • 23 July 2014 • 2 notes
The quickest way to destroy a crush is to ask for their views on feminism.
6:46 pm • 22 July 2014 • 72,040 notes
'Columbusing': The Art Of Discovering Something That Is Not New
Columbusing is when you “discover” something that’s existed forever. Just that it’s existed outside your own culture, nationality, race or even, say, your neighborhood. Bonus points if you tell all your friends about it.
11:44 am • 7 July 2014 • 1,106 notes
1993. “1. Perspective view looking northeast toward Virginia Avenue - Higgins Service Station, 2708 Virginia Avenue, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC.” Boucher, Jack E., photographer. Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record/Historic American Landscapes Survey, Library of Congress.
Much to the horror of my wallet, I’ve actually fueled up here a few times.
1:58 pm • 2 July 2014 • 7 notes
work amusements / thought this was an onion article
10:58 am • 25 June 2014