any given evening in my town

the radio is coming through in Spanish

I know poquito

but it beats the hell out of the other fm payola all generic like a 12er of Crayola

slight breeze beats the day heat

FM’s cocaine with the local effete

waking up remembering anything makes one by default, a cheat

floor sticks to the feet, the place is always fucking hot like porno set sheets

everybody looking for a new buddy that comes with treats

maybe yall know a friend of a friend to legitimize the whole deal, socially weed out the creeps

and when the night looking like le bon temps or alone for sleeps

Harrahs is always right down the street.

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kanye west is a fucking monstrosity of media

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We just sold this tumblr to AOL!

For stock, but hey, it’s Lehmann Brothers stock, so how can we lose!

We had some great times on this site but, now the corporate suits call the shots. 

We got huge money for this thing- it’s a great deal, now we can use this cash to attempt to buy the “Game of Thrones” franchise, make the show 2 hours long and come on every day for ever.

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Nola w it’s shit together

Nola w it’s shit together

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GpoysIsaac

GpoysIsaac

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‘Many scientists don’t like to talk about shark sex,’ Juliet Eilperin writes in her entertaining study of sharks and their world. ‘They worry it will only reinforce the popular perception that these creatures are brutish and unrelenting.’ In as far as we understand the subject – only a few species have been observed mating – the business is ‘very rough’. Larger male sharks have to bite or trap the females to keep them around during courtship; marine biologists can tell when a female has been mating because her skin will be raw or bleeding. The process is so violent that, come the mating season, female nurse sharks will stay in shallow water with their reproductive openings pressed firmly to the sea floor. Otherwise they risk falling prey to roaming bands of males who ‘will take turns inserting their claspers in her’ (the clasper is the shark version of a penis, found in a pair behind the pelvic fins). A litter of fifty pups will have anything from two to seven fathers. But the reproductive story gets rougher still. A number of shark species go in for oophagy, or uterine cannibalism. Sand tiger foetuses ‘eat each other in utero, acting out the harshest form of sibling rivalry imaginable’. Only two babies emerge, one from each of the mother shark’s uteruses: the survivors have eaten everything else. ‘A female sand tiger gives birth to a baby that’s already a metre long and an experienced killer,’ explains Demian Chapman, an expert on the subject.
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climateadaptation:

futurejournalismproject:

US Daily Highest Max Temperature Records set in June 2012
According to the National Climactic Data Center, the United States saw 2,284 record breaking temperatures in June. Another 998 temperatures tied daily records.
Via io9:

The National Climatic Data Center contains the world’s largest active archive of weather data, and has a handy interactive map that lets you see the record highs, lows, precipitation, and snowfall for various parts of the United States. In playing around with this application, NPR noted that so far this year has been heavier on the record highs than last year; 2012 so far has seen 23,283 record highs set while by this time in 2011, 13,582 records had been set. Head over the NPR for more weather record insights.

All of which makes this guy’s forecast particularly insightful.
Bonus: the National Climatic Data Center offers its data up in tab-delimited and XML formats.
Image: The NCDC maps record breaking temperatures across the country (edit: detail, of course, sorry Alaska and Hawaii).

Great stuff, esp. if you’re into data.

climateadaptation:

futurejournalismproject:

US Daily Highest Max Temperature Records set in June 2012

According to the National Climactic Data Center, the United States saw 2,284 record breaking temperatures in June. Another 998 temperatures tied daily records.

Via io9:

The National Climatic Data Center contains the world’s largest active archive of weather data, and has a handy interactive map that lets you see the record highs, lows, precipitation, and snowfall for various parts of the United States. In playing around with this application, NPR noted that so far this year has been heavier on the record highs than last year; 2012 so far has seen 23,283 record highs set while by this time in 2011, 13,582 records had been set. Head over the NPR for more weather record insights.

All of which makes this guy’s forecast particularly insightful.

Bonus: the National Climatic Data Center offers its data up in tab-delimited and XML formats.

Image: The NCDC maps record breaking temperatures across the country (edit: detail, of course, sorry Alaska and Hawaii).

Great stuff, esp. if you’re into data.

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climateadaptation:

futurejournalismproject:

US Daily Highest Max Temperature Records set in June 2012
According to the National Climactic Data Center, the United States saw 2,284 record breaking temperatures in June. Another 998 temperatures tied daily records.
Via io9:

The National Climatic Data Center contains the world’s largest active archive of weather data, and has a handy interactive map that lets you see the record highs, lows, precipitation, and snowfall for various parts of the United States. In playing around with this application, NPR noted that so far this year has been heavier on the record highs than last year; 2012 so far has seen 23,283 record highs set while by this time in 2011, 13,582 records had been set. Head over the NPR for more weather record insights.

All of which makes this guy’s forecast particularly insightful.
Bonus: the National Climatic Data Center offers its data up in tab-delimited and XML formats.
Image: The NCDC maps record breaking temperatures across the country (edit: detail, of course, sorry Alaska and Hawaii).

Great stuff, esp. if you’re into data.

climateadaptation:

futurejournalismproject:

US Daily Highest Max Temperature Records set in June 2012

According to the National Climactic Data Center, the United States saw 2,284 record breaking temperatures in June. Another 998 temperatures tied daily records.

Via io9:

The National Climatic Data Center contains the world’s largest active archive of weather data, and has a handy interactive map that lets you see the record highs, lows, precipitation, and snowfall for various parts of the United States. In playing around with this application, NPR noted that so far this year has been heavier on the record highs than last year; 2012 so far has seen 23,283 record highs set while by this time in 2011, 13,582 records had been set. Head over the NPR for more weather record insights.

All of which makes this guy’s forecast particularly insightful.

Bonus: the National Climatic Data Center offers its data up in tab-delimited and XML formats.

Image: The NCDC maps record breaking temperatures across the country (edit: detail, of course, sorry Alaska and Hawaii).

Great stuff, esp. if you’re into data.

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cavetocanvas:

Robert Longo, Untitled (Angel), 2009. Charcoal on mounted paper.

cavetocanvas:

Robert Longo, Untitled (Angel), 2009. Charcoal on mounted paper.

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UNTHINKING RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY IS THE GREATEST ENEMY OF TRUTH.
Albert Einstein (via thinksquad)

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We all die alone

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