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neilcicierega:

You may say I’m a dreamer

but the media men beg to differ

supersonic-youth:

Super Hornet

supersonic-youth:

Super Hornet

buffet dinner,
then watch boxing matches at swanky casino with family,
then terrible movie marathon with old friends and hilarious jokes

Super fun night.

zerodividedbyzero:

"Sexcalibur", 1983.

zerodividedbyzero:

"Sexcalibur", 1983.

monsieurcouture:

Dries Van Noten F/W 2011

monsieurcouture:

Dries Van Noten F/W 2011

khymeira:

Demobaza

thatscienceguy:

The Alien World of the Cambrian

If you were to wake up one day and find yourself surrounded by these amazing creatures, after first freaking out, you would probably come to the conclusion that you were on some alien world.

But in actuality these are all real organisms from earths distant past - the Cambrian period. Artists and animators have joined forces with paleontologists to produce these visualisations of the various fossils found all over the world.

It is likely planet earth will never see a period like this again, and however horrifying it may have been, that is disappointing.

I have listed the names of the arthropods in the captions of each photo.

oneheadtoanother:

nilvoid:

…April Fools?

I found several sources going back to March 26th, so I don’t think so.

What has two thumbs and just ranked 65th Worldwide on Monaco GP GTA Ed?

This fucker right here.

benruhe:

Cornell Aeronautical Labs Man-Amplifier – Neil Mizen (American)

benruhe:

Cornell Aeronautical Labs Man-Amplifier – Neil Mizen (American)

policymic:

Going to college on minimum wage is near impossible today

This chart from Michigan State University computer science graduate student Randy Olson explains why working your way through college — something many people who grew up in more fortunate economic times recommend — is pretty much impossible these days.
Comparing federal minimum wage trends to the rise in MSU tuition over the past 30 years, Olson found that the average 2013 MSU student would have to work six times as long at minimum wage to pay for their tuition as they would in 1979. As Olson writes:
The 1979 student would have to work about 10 weeks at a part-time job (~203 hours) — basically, they could pay for tuition just by working part-time over the Summer. In contrast, the 2013 student would have to work for 35 ½ weeks (~1420 hours) — over half the year — at a full-time job to pay for the same number of credit hours.
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policymic:

Going to college on minimum wage is near impossible today

This chart from Michigan State University computer science graduate student Randy Olson explains why working your way through college — something many people who grew up in more fortunate economic times recommend — is pretty much impossible these days.

Comparing federal minimum wage trends to the rise in MSU tuition over the past 30 years, Olson found that the average 2013 MSU student would have to work six times as long at minimum wage to pay for their tuition as they would in 1979. As Olson writes:

The 1979 student would have to work about 10 weeks at a part-time job (~203 hours) — basically, they could pay for tuition just by working part-time over the Summer. In contrast, the 2013 student would have to work for 35 ½ weeks (~1420 hours) — over half the year — at a full-time job to pay for the same number of credit hours.

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