your friend jo

this is a call to all my past resignations


Ask me anything (appropriate).  
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brandnewrockfan:

"Good Man" live in Atlanta 10/15/14

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poyzn:

There is someone out there for everybody.

It just might be a goose.

relationship status: waiting for my one true goose

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Accurate.

Accurate.

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My friend Maggie, at the young age of 34, just found out she has a twin, and now it’s up to all of us to help her find them!
I love a mystery!
Please share this photo!

operationfailure:

My friend Maggie, at the young age of 34, just found out she has a twin, and now it’s up to all of us to help her find them!

I love a mystery!

Please share this photo!

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omgskr:

LIVING FOR BLUE IVY’S DANCE MOVES WHILE HER MOM SLAYS IT ON STAGE.

omgskr:

LIVING FOR BLUE IVY’S DANCE MOVES WHILE HER MOM SLAYS IT ON STAGE.

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midnightyen:

THIS JUST BLOWS MY MIND.

woah j.k. you da bomb.

A really cool analysis of Latin’s role in Harry Potter spells!

She’s a genius.

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sixpenceee:

According to a study in the journal Animal Cognition, chimpanzee’s do something that seems altogether arbitrary: ear accoutrements.

“Our observation is quite unique in the sense that nothing seems to be communicated by it,” says study author Edwin van Leeuwen, a primate expert at the Max Planck Institute in The Netherlands.

To figure out if this was really a tradition, and not just chimpanzees sticking grass in their ears at random, van Leeuwen and his colleagues spent a year observing four chimp groups in Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage Trust, a sanctuary in Zambia.

There’s no genetic or ecological factors, the scientists believe, that would account for this behavior — only culture.

Chimpanzees putting grass in their ears is like us wearing earrings. 

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You guys IT’S HAPPENING

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Seriously.

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