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I made a street cat friend today

I made a street cat friend today

supercargautier:

cats are squishy cartoon friends that live in your house with you and do rad stunts. if they like you they vibrate at you very loudly. this is somehow a real animal

cute-etsy:

Cute but Gross Patch $5.00

cute-etsy:

Cute but Gross Patch $5.00

cassandrabethloveyoutodeath:

hedgehogsofasgard:

Tummy rubs (x)

#for when you have the sads

travistyrage

datakin:

labels are for soup cans and queer kids who want to know that they aren’t alone

tiny-creatures:

Fruit Bat by Bob Worthington Photography on Flickr.
langsettte:

i wanna frame this

langsettte:

i wanna frame this

I have been so worn out today I wish I could just go outside and kick random objects to regain energy like in Kim K Hollywood

This would especially help on days when my blood sugar is fucking up

fossilporn:

Dinosaur trackways uncovered in Canada suggest tyrannosaurs hunted in packs

The collective noun is a terror of tyrannosaurs: a pack of the prehistoric predators, moving and hunting in numbers, for prey that faced the fight of its life.
That tyrannosaurs might have hunted in groups has long been debated by dinosaur experts, but with so little to go on, the prospect has remained firmly in the realm of speculation.
But researchers in Canada now claim to have the strongest evidence yet that the ancient beasts did move around in packs.
Read More…

fossilporn:

Dinosaur trackways uncovered in Canada suggest tyrannosaurs hunted in packs

The collective noun is a terror of tyrannosaurs: a pack of the prehistoric predators, moving and hunting in numbers, for prey that faced the fight of its life.

That tyrannosaurs might have hunted in groups has long been debated by dinosaur experts, but with so little to go on, the prospect has remained firmly in the realm of speculation.

But researchers in Canada now claim to have the strongest evidence yet that the ancient beasts did move around in packs.

Read More…

tastefullyoffensive:

[gemmacorrell]
disabilityhistory:

grendels-mother:

disabilityhistory:

Miss Idaho Wins with Insulin Pump on Full Display
Image description: Color photo of a pageant contestant, Miss Idaho, wearing a sparkly bikini with an insulin pump on her right hip. 
This shouldn’t be a big deal, but maybe it is? 

For somebody like me who wears an insulin pump and who used to be so ashamed of my disease due to stigma that I used to never tell anyone and literally hid my pump from everyone for over two years, it’s a very, very big deal.

I forget sometimes that my social circles of disability and chronic illness justice advocates, including many who wear their pumps with pride, are not the norm. As long as wearing a pump or having diabetes is stigmatized by anyone, this type of thing will continue to be a big deal! And probably educational for a lot of non-diabetics.

Yeah, I am big on wearing my pump proudly nowadays and giving anyone and everyone an earful about diabetes (have a lot of chronic illness feelings) , but from the ages of 13-15 not so much. I feel like things like this go towards teaching people what diabetes is & that the thing they’re trying to rip out of my pocket isn’t an MP3 player and is actually under my skin & attached to me (something a teacher did in high school). I value the visibility.

disabilityhistory:

grendels-mother:

disabilityhistory:

Miss Idaho Wins with Insulin Pump on Full Display

Image description: Color photo of a pageant contestant, Miss Idaho, wearing a sparkly bikini with an insulin pump on her right hip. 

This shouldn’t be a big deal, but maybe it is? 

For somebody like me who wears an insulin pump and who used to be so ashamed of my disease due to stigma that I used to never tell anyone and literally hid my pump from everyone for over two years, it’s a very, very big deal.

I forget sometimes that my social circles of disability and chronic illness justice advocates, including many who wear their pumps with pride, are not the norm. As long as wearing a pump or having diabetes is stigmatized by anyone, this type of thing will continue to be a big deal! And probably educational for a lot of non-diabetics.

Yeah, I am big on wearing my pump proudly nowadays and giving anyone and everyone an earful about diabetes (have a lot of chronic illness feelings) , but from the ages of 13-15 not so much. I feel like things like this go towards teaching people what diabetes is & that the thing they’re trying to rip out of my pocket isn’t an MP3 player and is actually under my skin & attached to me (something a teacher did in high school). I value the visibility.