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laughingsquid:

Bert the Turtle say Duck and Cover

I think if there is nuclear bomb ducking and covering underneath a table won’t help much.

laughingsquid:

Bert the Turtle say Duck and Cover

I think if there is nuclear bomb ducking and covering underneath a table won’t help much.

laughingsquid:

Helmet Experiments by Igor Mitin

Imagine someone wearing that while riding their bike around town

laughingsquid:

Helmet Experiments by Igor Mitin

Imagine someone wearing that while riding their bike around town

laughingsquid:

Prada Mixes Classic Cars With Patent Leather Pumps

For de ladies
laughingsquid:

Album Covers Minus Dead Band Members
parislemon:

Just A Friendly Reminder: If You Sold Your Apple Stock In October, You Were, In Fact, An Idiot

Money Money Money! Moneyyyy!
soupsoup:

North Korea state media report birds, bears are mourning loss of Kim Jung-Il 
David Chance for Reuters - “The bears, believed to be a mother and cubs, were staying on the road, crying woefully,” it said.

Potatoesssss

soupsoup:

North Korea state media report birds, bears are mourning loss of Kim Jung-Il 

David Chance for Reuters - “The bears, believed to be a mother and cubs, were staying on the road, crying woefully,” it said.

Potatoesssss

laughingsquid:

Irish Hand Dancing with Suzanne Cleary & Peter Harding of Up & Over It
usagov:

Image description: Saturn and its rings cast striking shadows on each other in this mosaic of images captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. The view combines 45 images taken over the course of about two hours, as Cassini scanned across the entire main ring system from a distance of about 1.1 million kilometers (700,000 miles).
Image by NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

usagov:

Image description: Saturn and its rings cast striking shadows on each other in this mosaic of images captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. The view combines 45 images taken over the course of about two hours, as Cassini scanned across the entire main ring system from a distance of about 1.1 million kilometers (700,000 miles).

Image by NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute