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It's gonna be a cluster.

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"I just didn’t know where to go, and I know that you and I have kind of drifted apart, but you’re the only person I know who lives here in the city."

(via frie-nds)

Occasionally, We Get Internal Pronunciation Emails

npr:

Hi there

As we approach the Scottish referendum, may I please remind you that the correct pronunciation of Edinburgh is <ED-in-BURR-ah>

+++ if you are Scottish you can say ED-in-BRAH  +++

However it is NOT a an animal’s den “–burrow” or a  large lump of ice    “-berg”

Cheers 

Kevin*

*We checked with Kevin before posting this.

Kevin Beesley

Europe Editor

NPR National Public Radio

Related: The Answers To Your Questions on Scotland’s Independence Vote

I hear the jury’s still out on science.

—Gob Bluth

cartoonpolitics:

“The country is governed for the richest, for the corporations, the bankers, the land speculators, and for the exploiters of labor”.. (Helen Keller)

cartoonpolitics:

“The country is governed for the richest, for the corporations, the bankers, the land speculators, and for the exploiters of labor”.. (Helen Keller)

(Source: wolvertoon.com)

cracked:

Wow! Is there no part of the world the Cold War didn’t fix?
6 Impressive Works of Architecture in the Middle of Nowhere

#5. Lenin’s Frozen Head in Inaccessible Antarctica
In the 1950s, everything was a race between America and Russia. So when the U.S. built a research station at the South Pole, the Soviets one-upped us by building one at the pole of inaccessibility — aka the spot in Antarctica that is the farthest from the ocean and therefore the most difficult to reach. After presumably waving their dicks in the general direction of Uncle Sam until they froze solid, the Russians mustered up just a little bit more spite and slapped Lenin’s head atop the whole affair.

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cracked:

Wow! Is there no part of the world the Cold War didn’t fix?

6 Impressive Works of Architecture in the Middle of Nowhere

#5. Lenin’s Frozen Head in Inaccessible Antarctica

In the 1950s, everything was a race between America and Russia. So when the U.S. built a research station at the South Pole, the Soviets one-upped us by building one at the pole of inaccessibility — aka the spot in Antarctica that is the farthest from the ocean and therefore the most difficult to reach. After presumably waving their dicks in the general direction of Uncle Sam until they froze solid, the Russians mustered up just a little bit more spite and slapped Lenin’s head atop the whole affair.

Read More