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Sade Adu photographed Jean-Claude Deutsch, 1985

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canonqueer:

*procrastinates doing things I love for an unknown reason*

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Oct 19, 2014
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sun-thief-rai:

rainaweather:


Then and now

But notice how this headline from the civil rights era is more sympathetic to the victims than most you’d see today. 

^^^^ The ABOVE COMMENT.

sun-thief-rai:

rainaweather:

Then and now

But notice how this headline from the civil rights era is more sympathetic to the victims than most you’d see today. 

^^^^ The ABOVE COMMENT.

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libutron:

Living Stone - Dinteranthus vanzylii 
Dinteranthus vanzylii (Caryophyllales - Aizoaceae) is an intriguing solitary or clumping plant with attractive bodies and flowers that is very similar to Lithops in shape and colors but with no apparent dormant period.
The body is formed by two succulent leaves almost fully united, up to 4 cm tall and is sunken in the ground for most of the leaf length. The leaf pair forming a cone or a funnel with the leaf tips broad, flat, but sometime with a thin horny keel near the fissure. It is chalky white to clear paste or greyish with irregular red or brownish markings and dots.
As Lithops this species is also native to the Cape province, South Africa.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Etwin Aslander | Locality: South Africa (2011)

libutron:

Living Stone - Dinteranthus vanzylii 

Dinteranthus vanzylii (Caryophyllales - Aizoaceae) is an intriguing solitary or clumping plant with attractive bodies and flowers that is very similar to Lithops in shape and colors but with no apparent dormant period.

The body is formed by two succulent leaves almost fully united, up to 4 cm tall and is sunken in the ground for most of the leaf length. The leaf pair forming a cone or a funnel with the leaf tips broad, flat, but sometime with a thin horny keel near the fissure. It is chalky white to clear paste or greyish with irregular red or brownish markings and dots.

As Lithops this species is also native to the Cape province, South Africa.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Etwin Aslander | Locality: South Africa (2011)


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damedonger:

accomplishment: making a cat sound at a cat and the cat makes a cat sound back

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radicalrascality:

dogsinmethlabs:

Lord give me strength.

Is he for true


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eth-nic:

voidbat:

digableswaggot:

We had a blast at Momocon 2014! My friends and family did a Bob’s Burgers group cosplay where I played Tina, my sister played Louise, my brother played Gene, and my friends were Bob & Linda. Too fun!

they’re all killing it, but louise is hella killing it

Perf

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wolverxne:

Photographer  Jerry Hull captured these adorable images of this female Red Fox known as “Chloe” playing, stretching and sleeping in the snow. 

I

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unclefather:

borlax:

now this is what Im talkin about 

this is a weird cat

unclefather:

borlax:

now this is what Im talkin about 

this is a weird cat

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