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shoegazevevo:

I hate this pseudo apathy that everyone has nowadays, like they think it ain’t cool to care about stuff. Well let me tell u son, there are lots of cool things to care about like dogs and space and holding hands and science and music and art and how the sky looks when the sun sets, and if u think you’re too cool to be passionate about something as incredible as this life then thats really sad and idk what to tell u

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behindbobsburgers:

I really should make a T-shirt of this. (by Darius Miller)

behindbobsburgers:

I really should make a T-shirt of this. (by Darius Miller)

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theblulotusrises:

littlelolawantsyou:

blvckexcelllence:

mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.

Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!

I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared.

Don’t be me.

Oooh yes these are good

Asking those questions got me my job!

gotta keep this in mind now

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Anonymous said: BEST BLOG EVER!!!

burgertv:

THIS BLOG HAS BEEN TAKEN OVER BY ME, JIMMY POPLOPOVICH

OTHERWISE KNOW AS JIMMY PESTO

Bob is going to be so pissed

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 26, 1948: President Harry Truman Signs Executive Order 9981
On this day in 1948, President Truman issued an executive order abolishing racial segregation in all branches of the armed forces and establishing the President’s Committee on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services. This major piece of legislation was a welcome victory for the African American soldiers’ “Double V” campaign, in which they fought both WWII abroad and racism at home.
Learn more about the importance of Truman’s order with a featured video from Tavis Smiley.
Photo: The Chicago Defender announces Executive Order 9981. Library of Congress Exhibition

pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 26, 1948: President Harry Truman Signs Executive Order 9981

On this day in 1948, President Truman issued an executive order abolishing racial segregation in all branches of the armed forces and establishing the President’s Committee on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services. This major piece of legislation was a welcome victory for the African American soldiers’ “Double V” campaign, in which they fought both WWII abroad and racism at home.

Learn more about the importance of Truman’s order with a featured video from Tavis Smiley.

Photo: The Chicago Defender announces Executive Order 9981. Library of Congress Exhibition

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Like you do.

Like you do.

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"We were forced to write for 70% boys and 30% girls because we found that boys will only read “boys stuff” while girls will read anything and don’t discriminate."

— Marv Wolfman, SDCC’s panel on Female Characters and Clichés (via thefilmfatale)

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klarolicityswan:

every year. 
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staircasespirits:

theamericankid:

“Today I’m going to be magnificent.” That’s the spirit, dog.

for anyone who says only cats are little shits

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You actually do learn something from school… but it doesn’t matter in the long run.

lolmythesis:

Anthropology, Carnegie Mellon University