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glitterboots:

taherehmafi:

DIY SHATTER ME SHOES 

I have two great loves in this world: shoes and books. I wanted to have some fun combining these two ideas, so I decided to grab a pair of old boots and the book that started it all: SHATTER ME. It’s a story about a girl with a lethal touch; but at its core it’s a book about a girl with a fractured heart and mind, and how she learns to put the pieces of herself back together. These shoes are about just that: proof that not only can you recover from being beaten and broken, but you can take what’s left and become something even more beautiful. Something that shines.

Enter: SHATTER ME Shoes.

I created these boots using a pair of dearly loved but worn-to-bits Jeffrey Campbells (Brisbanes - original here), about 50 broken mirrors (purchased from my local craft store), and some really intense adhesive

hope you guys have fun crafting (and reading!)!

xx

YOU ARE A TOTAL BAMF

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not-so-little-cal:

good advertisements here on the highway

(Source: rundelhousecode)

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pixalry:

Metal Gear Solid 3 Poster Set - Created by Colin Tan

You can also follow him on Tumblr and Twitter!

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cakejam:

when u stuck behind slow walkers

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futurejournalismproject:

Cable on Climate Science

Via the Union of Concerned Scientists:

CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC are the most widely watched cable news networks in the U.S. Their coverage of climate change is an influential source of information for the public and policy makers alike.

To gauge how accurately these networks inform their audiences about climate change, UCS analyzed the networks’ climate science coverage in 2013 and found that each network treated climate science very differently.

Fox News was the least accurate; 72 percent of its 2013 climate science-related segments contained misleading statements. CNN was in the middle, with about a third of segments featuring misleading statements. MSNBC was the most accurate, with only eight percent of segments containing misleading statements.

Read the overview here, or jump to the study here (PDF).

Images: Science or Spin?: Assessing the Accuracy of Cable News Coverage of Climate Science, via Union of Concerned Scientists

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ms-spasmodic:

theonlyren:

Do you know why Gamagori is falling outside instead of chasing the kid down the stairs?
Because students are not allowed to run through the hallways.


My god

ms-spasmodic:

theonlyren:

Do you know why Gamagori is falling outside instead of chasing the kid down the stairs?

Because students are not allowed to run through the hallways.

My god

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plasticbagvevo:

when you hear somebody talking about one of your interests

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donglek:

megustamemes:

It’s more disturbing with the USB cable plugged in.

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stlop:

in tribute to this post, have some more color palettes that i’ve been keeping locked up for a while, hehe