*shy but actually a sex freak*

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filth-thezine:

Black and Pink: Chicago is an open family of GLBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other.
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xysciences:

A malachite stone is a carbonate mineral that forms deep underground. 
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xysciences:

A malachite stone is a carbonate mineral that forms deep underground. 

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atlasobscura:

centuriespast:

Bishamonten Pursuing an Oni
Hashimoto Gahō, Japanese, 1835 - 1908
Made in Japan, Meiji Period (1868-1912)
c. 1885
Ink and color on paper; mounted as a hanging scroll
Philadelphia Museum of Art

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atlasobscura:

centuriespast:

Bishamonten Pursuing an Oni

Hashimoto Gahō, Japanese, 1835 - 1908

Made in Japan, Meiji Period (1868-1912)

c. 1885

Ink and color on paper; mounted as a hanging scroll

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Find amazing locations in Japan at Atlas Obscura

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An Obscure Commission Just Voted To Shorten The Sentences Of 46,000 Federal Drug Offenders 

antigovernmentextremist:

This is a big deal:

The U.S. Sentencing Commission on Friday afternoon voted unanimously to allow federal prisoners behind bars for certain drug trafficking crimes to petition to have their sentences reduced. The change is expected to impact around 46,000 current federal prisoners, and to lower sentences by an average of more than two years.

The commission, made up of seven people, voted to allow tens of thousands of prisoners to petition judges for a sentencing reduction based on new guidelines. The implementation of the change will be delayed, however, with the first prisoners affected by the change likely to be released early in November 2015.

“This amendment received unanimous support from Commissioners because it is a measured approach,” Judge Patti B. Saris, the chairwoman of the Sentencing Commission, said in a statement. “It reduces prison costs and populations and responds to statutory and guidelines changes since the drug guidelines were initially developed, while safeguarding public safety.”

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dbvictoria:

Jennifer Crupi's artwork addresses the ways we communicate with each other visually, through body language. These handcrafted, interactive objects point out various gestures or postures and their associated meanings, in the hope viewers will realize the importance of how our bodies speak for us.

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latinorebels:

No explanation needed.

latinorebels:

No explanation needed.

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tuileries:

A.F. Vandevorst installation for Arnhem Mode Biennale 2011

“A girl sleeping in a hospital bed in her A.F. Vandevorst dress. But here, the girl as well as the mattress and pillow are made out of candle wax. Once lit, what starts as a perfect image will slowly melt and perish during the biennale.”

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kqedscience:

One Lichen Species Is Actually 126, And Probably More
“Until ten years ago, scientists talked about the lichen Dictyonema glabratum as if it were a single species. Its large, conspicuous, and elegant fronds are found throughout the Americas, and many teams have studied its chemistry and ecology. But until Robert Lücking from the Field Museum started looking at its genes, no one realised the most startling truth about D.glabratum: it’s actually 126 different species of lichen, and possibly hundreds more.
It’s “the most spectacular case of unrecognized species richness” in any group of large organisms, says Lücking.”
Learn more from Ed Yong at Not Exactly Rocket Science.

kqedscience:

One Lichen Species Is Actually 126, And Probably More

Until ten years ago, scientists talked about the lichen Dictyonema glabratum as if it were a single species. Its large, conspicuous, and elegant fronds are found throughout the Americas, and many teams have studied its chemistry and ecology. But until Robert Lücking from the Field Museum started looking at its genes, no one realised the most startling truth about D.glabratum: it’s actually 126 different species of lichen, and possibly hundreds more.

It’s “the most spectacular case of unrecognized species richness” in any group of large organisms, says Lücking.”

Learn more from Ed Yong at Not Exactly Rocket Science.

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belle-addams:

furything:

can you believe that there are legal nipples and illegal nipples

That’s it, that’s actually it.

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