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babyanimalgifs:

“what’re your plans for tonight?” 

me:

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imabookworm31:

sixpenceee:

A picture demonstrating how smoke is particulate matter suspended in air.

Coolest thing I’ve seen all day

whoa!

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did-you-kno:

‘Hilda’ was a popular plus-size calendar girl in the 1950s. Illustrator Duane Bryers wanted to draw a ‘plumpy gal pinup’ but wasn’t sure how to sell a plus-size lady, so he portrayed her as a charming, playful, clumsy, barely-dressed redhead. The Hilda calendar series was successful for over three decades, and she’s now resurfaced as a social media icon. Source

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awkward-lee:

smee : 1 gavin : 0

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thebibliosphere:

jambonsama:

stormingtheivory:

sizvideos:

Watch the video of this man giving away his software for free to help people with degenerative diseases communicate

but…. but…. profit motive! infinite houses!! this doesnt fit in my narrow victorian framework for understanding human nature!!

@thebibliosphere @vaspider

Oh. Oh dang. I know several people who this could help.

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undercover-josephina-biden:

Here it is. The Best Tweet.

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Why does seeing this place brings up memories I never had before

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legally-bitchtastic:

Especially when during one of those golf weekends, he hosted a costume party, the theme of which was literally Versailles. This is the kind of shit that if you put it in a novel, your editor would say it was a bit too on the nose.

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wilwheaton:

Jesus Christ what an asshole.

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quotesinstars:

ekjohnston:

g-taire:

fandomsandfeminism:

Humans are a communal species that have banded together and cared for their sick, disabled, and elderly since before we were ever modern man. Resources were shared even as skills specialized. 

Capitalism isn’t natural. A community should not have members dying of starvation or exposure while there is an abundance of resources. That isn’t how it works. That isn’t how it’s supposed to work.

ok so my roommates are anthropology students and their favorite example for debunking the ‘survival of the fittest’ bs is shanidar 1. (x, x, x)

shanidar 1 is a neanderthal who, at a pretty young age, was hit in the head hard enough to blind him. this also led to that side of his brain shutting down and withering his right arm, and possibly crippling his entire right side. not only that but his skeleton also shows that at some point, he broke a bone in his foot and, in addition to the other factors, resulted in a noticeable limp. there are some sources which say he likely had degenerative diseases. (arthritis was really common in neanderthals) 

going off of widespread ideas of “”primitive”” (no longer the word used in anthropology/academia to describe early-modern humans) societies, shanidar probably died really young, deliberately abandoned or killed. i mean, he was severely crippled, blind, etc., he couldn’t contribute anything, he would have been a “”burden to society””, right? 

except he lived to be between 40 and 50 years old. (about ~80 in human years)

this means that his social group had to have taken care of him for a minimum of two or three decades without his ‘contributing’ anything significant to the group. this discovery (and Shanidar III’s) was huge because it basically proves that early humans had a concept of hospice. early modern humans cared for the sick and the elderly, greatly extending their lifespan, simply because they cared

tl;dr: the concept of someone needing to be ‘’useful’’ or ‘’’productive’’’ in society in order to be valued and cared for is a very modern concept and our quasi-predecessors would be ashamed 

Also, Shanidar I was buried with flowers. They cared about him after he was dead, too.

TRUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU -your neighborhood anthro

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undercover-josephina-biden:

Here it is. The Best Tweet.

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Why does seeing this place brings up memories I never had before

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legally-bitchtastic:

Especially when during one of those golf weekends, he hosted a costume party, the theme of which was literally Versailles. This is the kind of shit that if you put it in a novel, your editor would say it was a bit too on the nose.

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wilwheaton:

Jesus Christ what an asshole.

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