The Uncoordinated Porpoise

Nov 27

“A 2011 Gallup poll revealed that if American men between the ages of 18 and 49 could have only one child, 54% would want a boy; “no preference,” at 26%, beat out girls, who rated a measly 19%.” — http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/161/branding-for-girls-advertising-for-women

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Nov 24

“Whenever anyone has called me a bitch, I have taken it as a compliment. To me, a bitch is assertive, unapologetic, demanding, intimidating, intelligent, fiercely protective, in control—all very positive attributes. But it’s not supposed to be a compliment, because there’s that old, stupid double standard: When men are aggressive and dominant, they are admired, but when a woman possesses those same qualities, she is dismissed and called a bitch.” — Margaret Cho (via chrystinetea)

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Oct 02

Eeeeeee!

Eeeeeee!

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Oct 01

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Sep 26

Sep 25

animalstalkinginallcaps:

I SWEAR I SHOULD JUST GET “I LOVE CARBS” TATTOOED ON MY CHEST. 

animalstalkinginallcaps:

I SWEAR I SHOULD JUST GET “I LOVE CARBS” TATTOOED ON MY CHEST. 

Sep 19

blueandbluer:

ultraprism:

THE TRUEST TRUTH THAT EVER TRUTHED.

THIS

blueandbluer:

ultraprism:

THE TRUEST TRUTH THAT EVER TRUTHED.

THIS

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Sep 12

Astronomers Discover 16 Super-Earths -

European astronomers announced Monday they’ve discovered 50 new planets, including 16 so-called Super-Earths, one of which is potentially habitable.

The existence of the exoplanets outside our solar system was reported at the Extreme Solar Systems meeting at Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. Astronomers made the discovery using the High Accuracy Radical velocity Planet Searcher (HARPS) telescope in Chile. Over the past eight years, that instrument has helped discover a total of 150 new planets.

Of special interest are the Super-Earths, which are larger than our planet, but not as big as “ice giant” planets like Neptune. In particular, one of the worlds, HD 85512 b, is estimated to have a mass of about 3.6 times that of the earth. That planet is also close enough to its star that liquid water, which is considered essential for life, may be present.

(Source: loganabbott)

Sep 10

curiositycounts:

The rise of e-readers and what it means for the future of reading in America. Ebbing technology notwithstanding, ebooks still have nothing on these die-cut analog books to die for.

curiositycounts:

The rise of e-readers and what it means for the future of reading in America. Ebbing technology notwithstanding, ebooks still have nothing on these die-cut analog books to die for.

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