Monday, October 31, 2016

Luck doesn't exist.

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Autumn Falls


As if from a dream, the sun rises through the mist of a waterfall in Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park. Photographer Panos Laskarakis via

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Prospect Park, Joseph O. Holmes

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Everywhere Halloween




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Trick or Treat

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Sunday, October 30, 2016

City Kitty is ready for Halloween

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Funny Dogs On Tumblr

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But…Why?

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This Baby Polar Bear Hitched A Ride On Its Mom's Butt


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Antarctic Drama


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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Halloween Quiz

Shocked by someone wearing a costume inspired by the Zika virus? Don't be.
 People have been dressing up as infectious diseases for hundreds of years, way before trick-or-treating became an American Halloween tradition in the 1920s.
 Take this quiz to see how much you know about global disease costumes of the past and present.

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Horror Days



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Jack O’Lantern


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Nick Castle with his Michael Myers mask on the set of Halloween.

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Why the LongPlay Face?


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Imelda May - Gypsy In Me - Live



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Friday, October 28, 2016

Joseph





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Learn to live

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Tiny Home Housing Program


The rent for these homes is no more than a third of the tenant’s monthly salary, with the price equaling to a dollar per square foot. A 325-square-foot house, for example, would be $325 a month in rent. After seven years of making payments—along with mandatory financial coaching and home-ownership classes—the tenant officially owns their tiny home. more

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Up on the rooftops



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“Camouflage (Tribute to RenĂ© Magritte)” by Pejac

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Shadow of the dog, Thomas Roma





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Thursday, October 27, 2016

I’m Not an Asshole. I’m an Introvert

I can be loud at times, and I’m not shy, so a lot of people assume that I’m an extrovert. But I’m not. I’m an introvert. When I explain this to people, they ask me, “Well, if you’re such an introvert, why are you talking to a group of strangers in an elevator? 
This is a social interaction that you initiated and could have easily avoided.” I don’t answer them. I just shake my head at how misunderstood the word “introvert” is these days.



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