Me giving advice to kids younger than me

whatshouldwecallme:

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did-you-kno:

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mosoli:

im still laughing at this

mosoli:

im still laughing at this

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When I get on to a packed tube and I’m too close to the closing doors

londongrumblr:

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Thanks to Mandy G!

gemmacorrell:

(and after)
(and during)

gemmacorrell:

(and after)

(and during)

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iraffiruse:

The potatoes have escaped

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rhizomatous:

Coyote riding public rail in Portland, OR (via)

rhizomatous:

Coyote riding public rail in Portland, OR (via)

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tinalikesbutts:

Fun fact: John Cleese was actually supposed to say some really long and complicated name, but he forgot it and just said, “Tim” and everyone just rolled with it.

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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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