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faultinourstarsmovie:

One note = one vote. Like or reblog to vote for your state! Go Virginia! http://thefaultinourstarsmovie.com/demandourstars 

I’m disappointed in our numbers Virginia! Only 2 days left!

faultinourstarsmovie:

One note = one vote. Like or reblog to vote for your state! Go Virginia! http://thefaultinourstarsmovie.com/demandourstars 

I’m disappointed in our numbers Virginia! Only 2 days left!

popculturebrain:

"1st day of ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ rehearsals!" | Rebel Wilson on Twitter

omigodomigodomigod!

popculturebrain:

"1st day of ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ rehearsals!" | Rebel Wilson on Twitter

omigodomigodomigod!

Prince George’s First Royal Tour

Kate, be a dear and have someone pick that up for me.

(Source: ravishingtheroyals, via lauriehalseanderson)

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bespoking:

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I’m just so glad there are cool people out there telling kids all the things I wish someone had told us when we were younger. #DFTBA

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Maxine Peake to play Hamlet at Royal Exchange

shakespearean:

Acclaimed theatre and television actress Maxine Peake will star in a radical re-imagining of Hamlet in autumn 2014.

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casspie:

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You spin me right round baby

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Right round like a record baby

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Right round round round

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America's top 10 most endangered rivers in 2014

ablorg:

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American Rivers has released its sad top 10 of the most endangered rivers in the United States in 2014. Topping the list is the San Joaquin River, Central California’s largest river. Why is it in such bad shape?

Well, for years the San Joaquin has been managed badly…

(Source: treehugger.com)

9ty1:

Earth Day 2014

Every year I try to make an environmental resolution for Earth Day, a green habit to work on through that year, so I’ve decided this is my choice for 2014. I already try not to buy too many water bottles, and we have at least a dozen reusable water bottles, but I do succumb to convenience.
I will be more conscientious about bringing bottles now, and will not buy bottled water. Not only is the plastic choking the ocean a huge peeve of mine, but the privilege of being able to grab water in a bottle while so many people still have to walk miles to find drinkable water weighs on me.  I have actually hauled water from a spring to a camp kitchen a few times. It’s not as fun as it sounds. It won’t hurt me to rinse a bottle :)
In the same spirit, I will have to reduce other plastic bottled drinks. I am not sure cans are much better though.

9ty1:

Earth Day 2014

Every year I try to make an environmental resolution for Earth Day, a green habit to work on through that year, so I’ve decided this is my choice for 2014. I already try not to buy too many water bottles, and we have at least a dozen reusable water bottles, but I do succumb to convenience.

I will be more conscientious about bringing bottles now, and will not buy bottled water. Not only is the plastic choking the ocean a huge peeve of mine, but the privilege of being able to grab water in a bottle while so many people still have to walk miles to find drinkable water weighs on me.  I have actually hauled water from a spring to a camp kitchen a few times. It’s not as fun as it sounds. It won’t hurt me to rinse a bottle :)

In the same spirit, I will have to reduce other plastic bottled drinks. I am not sure cans are much better though.

theeverythingfangirl:

Okay. If you say so, Tumblr…

Superstar!

jayrajsinh:

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle;
it’s our Planet to share,
grow and nurture for our future.
Happy Earth Day!
Respect to Mother Nature and ALL beings.

jayrajsinh:

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle;

it’s our Planet to share,

grow and nurture for our future.

Happy Earth Day!

Respect to Mother Nature and ALL beings.

girlintoomanyfandoms:

and my personal favorites

oh tumblr, you so funny

happyheretic:

metamaterials:

canadiansoccergirl:

fantasticarepickles:

dayoftheknight:

hetahomestuckgirl:

wynterwillow:

everythingaboutstacy:

durianseeds:


Canada’s rainbow money

Fun fact for Americans: our money is technically made of plastic and they won’t get wet/gross when you accidentally wash them, and you also can’t rip any bills.

Everybody is in love with canadian money, the thing is who isn’t? 

The funniest thing ever is to see canadians try to use american money. One of my friends asked me “HOW DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHICH ONE IS WHICH?! THEY’RE ALL THE SAME COLOR!”

its called reading the numbers

americans learn at an early age to differentiate between the faces of old white men

Why is the queen of England on Canadian money?

Because England basically raised Canada until we were old enough to make our own decisions.

America left home super early

and made bad life choices as a result.

omigod i love tumblr

happyheretic:

metamaterials:

canadiansoccergirl:

fantasticarepickles:

dayoftheknight:

hetahomestuckgirl:

wynterwillow:

everythingaboutstacy:

durianseeds:

Canada’s rainbow money

Fun fact for Americans: our money is technically made of plastic and they won’t get wet/gross when you accidentally wash them, and you also can’t rip any bills.

Everybody is in love with canadian money, the thing is who isn’t? 

The funniest thing ever is to see canadians try to use american money. One of my friends asked me “HOW DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHICH ONE IS WHICH?! THEY’RE ALL THE SAME COLOR!”

its called reading the numbers

americans learn at an early age to differentiate between the faces of old white men

Why is the queen of England on Canadian money?

Because England basically raised Canada until we were old enough to make our own decisions.

America left home super early

and made bad life choices as a result.

omigod i love tumblr

(Source: xweevee, via mind-of-a-writer)

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worldnewsmedia:

Ohio couple married 70 years die 15 hours apart
NASHPORT, Ohio (AP) — A couple who held hands at breakfast every morning even after 70 years of marriage have died 15 hours apart.





Helen Felumlee, of Nashport, died at 92 on April 12. Her husband, 91-year-old Kenneth Felumlee, died the next morning.
The couple’s eight children say the two had been inseparable since meeting as teenagers, once sharing the bottom of a bunk bed on a ferry rather than sleeping one night apart, the Zanesville Times Recorder reported (http://ohne.ws/1in7erG).
They remained deeply in love until the very end, even eating breakfast together while holding hands, said their daughter, Linda Cody.
"We knew when one went, the other was going to go," she said.
According to Cody, about 12 hours after Helen died, Kenneth looked at his children and said, “Mom’s dead.” He quickly began to fade and was surrounded by 24 of his closest family members and friends when he died the next morning.
"He was ready," Cody said. "He just didn’t want to leave her here by herself."
Son Dick Felumlee said his parents died of old age, surrounded by family.
"At Dad’s bed we were singing his favorite hymns, reading scriptures and praying with him," he told The Associated Press in an email. "It was a going away party, and we know he loved it."
The pair had known each other for several years when they eloped in Newport, Ky., across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, on Feb. 20, 1944. At two days shy of his 21st birthday, Kenneth — who went by Kenny — was too young to marry in Ohio.

"He couldn’t wait," son Jim Felumlee said.
Kenneth worked as a railroad car inspector and mechanic before becoming a mail carrier for the Nashport Post Office. He was active in his Nashport-Irville United Methodist Church as a Sunday school teacher.
Helen stayed at home, not only cooking and cleaning for her own family but also for other families in need in the area. She taught Sunday school, too, but was known more for her greeting card ministry, sending cards for birthdays, sympathy and the holidays to everyone in her community, each with a personal note inside.
"She kept Hallmark in business," daughter-in-law Debbie Felumlee joked.
When Kenneth retired in 1983 and the children began to leave the house, the Felumlees began to explore their love of travel, visiting almost all 50 states by bus.
"He didn’t want to fly anywhere because you couldn’t see anything as you were going," Jim Felumlee said.
Although both experienced declining health in recent years, Cody said, each tried to stay strong for the other.
"That’s what kept them going," she said.
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worldnewsmedia:

Ohio couple married 70 years die 15 hours apart

NASHPORT, Ohio (AP) — A couple who held hands at breakfast every morning even after 70 years of marriage have died 15 hours apart.

Helen Felumlee, of Nashport, died at 92 on April 12. Her husband, 91-year-old Kenneth Felumlee, died the next morning.

The couple’s eight children say the two had been inseparable since meeting as teenagers, once sharing the bottom of a bunk bed on a ferry rather than sleeping one night apart, the Zanesville Times Recorder reported (http://ohne.ws/1in7erG).

They remained deeply in love until the very end, even eating breakfast together while holding hands, said their daughter, Linda Cody.

"We knew when one went, the other was going to go," she said.

According to Cody, about 12 hours after Helen died, Kenneth looked at his children and said, “Mom’s dead.” He quickly began to fade and was surrounded by 24 of his closest family members and friends when he died the next morning.

"He was ready," Cody said. "He just didn’t want to leave her here by herself."

Son Dick Felumlee said his parents died of old age, surrounded by family.

"At Dad’s bed we were singing his favorite hymns, reading scriptures and praying with him," he told The Associated Press in an email. "It was a going away party, and we know he loved it."

The pair had known each other for several years when they eloped in Newport, Ky., across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, on Feb. 20, 1944. At two days shy of his 21st birthday, Kenneth — who went by Kenny — was too young to marry in Ohio.

"He couldn’t wait," son Jim Felumlee said.

Kenneth worked as a railroad car inspector and mechanic before becoming a mail carrier for the Nashport Post Office. He was active in his Nashport-Irville United Methodist Church as a Sunday school teacher.

Helen stayed at home, not only cooking and cleaning for her own family but also for other families in need in the area. She taught Sunday school, too, but was known more for her greeting card ministry, sending cards for birthdays, sympathy and the holidays to everyone in her community, each with a personal note inside.

"She kept Hallmark in business," daughter-in-law Debbie Felumlee joked.

When Kenneth retired in 1983 and the children began to leave the house, the Felumlees began to explore their love of travel, visiting almost all 50 states by bus.

"He didn’t want to fly anywhere because you couldn’t see anything as you were going," Jim Felumlee said.

Although both experienced declining health in recent years, Cody said, each tried to stay strong for the other.

"That’s what kept them going," she said.

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