1. Elseworlds

    (Source: elosilla, via teangster)

     
  2. MOAR EBOLA FACTS PLZ

Check yourself

    MOAR EBOLA FACTS PLZ

    Check yourself

    (via nevver)

     
  3. A little perspective on the Ebola scare

Flowchart

    A little perspective on the Ebola scare

    Flowchart

    (via nevver)

     
  4. Replace another fellow’s cologne with grizzly bear pheromones. The next time he strolls through the woods, the poor chap will be lucky to leave with just a bear hug!
    — (via drollpranks)
     
  5. World news has me down today

    It’s really easy to forget that tragedies and the powerlessness they can make us feel are the exception to the good that happens daily and our singular ability to change the world around us for the better. When looking out gets tough, look within. It can be hard to find sometimes, but the help the world needs is there. Here’s hoping - and working - for peace and healing everywhere.

     
  6. She is a thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words and never stops - at all -

    She is a thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words and never stops - at all -

    (via teangster)

     
  7. I’d like some! Black with a shortbread cookie please.

    Tea time with David Shrigley

    (Source: daividshrigley.com, via nevver)

     
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  9. Gender focus or not- these Lego sets are really cool looking! I’m totally getting that dinosaur one!

    LEGO has announced that they will produce a female scientist minifigure set!

    After last year’s release of a single female scientist minifigure by LEGO, designer Alatariel Elensar submitted concepts for a full minifigure set of female scientists to the LEGO Ideas competition. This week, after more than ten thousand people voted for Elensar’s project, LEGO announced that they are putting the set into production for late summer 2014!!

    The figures above (still concepts, not the final sets) are doing what female scientists do, devoid of pink, and full of awesome. As Maia Weinstock notes at Scientific American in her rundown of the LEGO project, toy companies have an enormous amount of power to determine what children think, helping them form their ideas about how the world is, and how it should be.

    I’m proud of my favorite toy company for doing their part to inspire young minds. Sounds like we’ve got the perfect holiday gift idea, for young girls AND boys :)

     
  10. A case for staying home and paid sick leave for EVERYone:

    Did you know that 70% of cases of norovirus infection (AKA food poisoning or the stomach food) is caused by infected food workers?