23, Androgyne, History Snob, Obsessed with Richard M. Nixon, Jewish Existentialist, skeptic, aspiring librarian, amateur Ornithologist, pug enthusiast, owl.

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"Don’t let school get in the way of your education," you laugh and hit reblog and continue to surf through hundreds of pointless pictures on tumblr. Never once reading a fully formed sentence, you react poorly to click bait, stop reading books, and continue on to become a lazy drone content with only seeing what your followers want you to see and being "introverted" but really you just revel in being socially awkward.

babygoatsandfriends:

the-goat-barn:

it was such a beautiful day out today so everyone decided to have a little nap! ITS A CUDDLE PUDDLE ❤️ source: the-goat-barn.tumblr.com

omg it is..

babygoatsandfriends:

the-goat-barn:

it was such a beautiful day out today so everyone decided to have a little nap! ITS A CUDDLE PUDDLE ❤️ source: the-goat-barn.tumblr.com

omg it is..

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Dylan Moran’s Wine Guide

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gemmacorrell:

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gemmacorrell:

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oupacademic:


Augusta Baker was the first African American to work at the New York Public Library in an administration position.  Baker’s passion for children brought her to write a bibliography in 1971 called The Black Experience in Children’s Books, which was considered a benchmark guide in constructing minority representation in collections. 

In honor of Black History Month in the United State (February 1-Febraury 28), we’re recognizing African American librarians like Augusta Baker. The Oxford African American Studies Center is free for Black History Month. Simply use Username: blackhistorymonth and Password: onlineaccess to log in. 
Photo Credit: New York Public Library Research Room, 2006, by Diliff, via Wikimedia Commons. 

oupacademic:

Augusta Baker was the first African American to work at the New York Public Library in an administration position.  Baker’s passion for children brought her to write a bibliography in 1971 called The Black Experience in Children’s Books, which was considered a benchmark guide in constructing minority representation in collections. 

In honor of Black History Month in the United State (February 1-Febraury 28), we’re recognizing African American librarians like Augusta Baker. The Oxford African American Studies Center is free for Black History Month. Simply use Username: blackhistorymonth and Password: onlineaccess to log in. 

Photo Credit: New York Public Library Research Room, 2006, by Diliff, via Wikimedia Commons

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mugsofpugs:

laurenashleybishop:

elmnt:

laurenashleybishop OH HI BLEH

GAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

BRING ME THE WOOKIE!

mugsofpugs:

laurenashleybishop:

elmnt:

laurenashleybishop OH HI BLEH

GAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

BRING ME THE WOOKIE!

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npr:

nprontheroad:

Team Sochi is headed home, and I wanted to close out this chapter of NPR On The Road with this little girl I spotted on my last day in Sochi. She was in the park near our hotel pretending to be a figure skater.
It was very easy as a reporter to criticize these Olympics. It was too expensive. Too warm. Will leave behind a lot of empty arenas. But as we learned, not even the organizers of the Olympics can ruin the Olympics. Every day we would come back into the media center talking about some amazing thing we saw a human being do on the snow, on the ice or in the air.
We’ll see how Sochi fares after the athletes and reporters go home, but I can guarantee this: In 12 years, we’ll be at some Winter Games (Denver? Dubai?) and some gold medal winner will tell us the story of watching Sochi and being inspired. Maybe this little girl.

While our #NPRsochi team has written their last post, NPR’s On The Road moves on. Next up: Detroit!

npr:

nprontheroad:

Team Sochi is headed home, and I wanted to close out this chapter of NPR On The Road with this little girl I spotted on my last day in Sochi. She was in the park near our hotel pretending to be a figure skater.

It was very easy as a reporter to criticize these Olympics. It was too expensive. Too warm. Will leave behind a lot of empty arenas. But as we learned, not even the organizers of the Olympics can ruin the Olympics. Every day we would come back into the media center talking about some amazing thing we saw a human being do on the snow, on the ice or in the air.

We’ll see how Sochi fares after the athletes and reporters go home, but I can guarantee this: In 12 years, we’ll be at some Winter Games (Denver? Dubai?) and some gold medal winner will tell us the story of watching Sochi and being inspired. Maybe this little girl.

While our #NPRsochi team has written their last post, NPR’s On The Road moves on. Next up: Detroit!

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lostinhistory:

GRANDMA, IT’S ME, ANASTASIA

lostinhistory:

GRANDMA, IT’S ME, ANASTASIA

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"If I am not for myself, who will be for me? And when I am for myself, what am ‘I’? And if not now, when?"

- Hillel the Elder (via juliafae)

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pantsareunwelcome:

wow, i never saw this reference, amazing

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How Tumblr got an exotic fox killed.

corn-of-the-cob:

From reddit user /u/Aeviegh:

Several days ago, a fellow fox owner and dear friend received an anonymous message through Tumblr threatening to report Vader as a vicious animal. Unfortunately, these threats are something nearly every exotic pet owner has experienced. Thinking it was just another…

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Hope you’re happy, animal rights “activists” of tumblr. Vader is dead because of you. Eat some barbed wire.

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owlsday:

Collared Scops Owl

owlsday:

Collared Scops Owl

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