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i like these photo’s. they are kinda weird, but i like them.
Researchers in panda costumes perform a physical exam on a 6-month-old panda cub at the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Centre in China in February 2011. The cub, born to a captive panda mother, was the first captive-bred cub to be reintroduced to the wild. The researchers dressed as pandas so the cub wouldn’t begin to identify with humans.
see more — People Dressed in Animal Costumes
This is very interesting… but it is also hilarious and adorable!
You don’t have to be a woman to be a feminist.
Yes this is a self portrait.
This guy is ripped AND a feminist?! if i wasn’t gay…
Fads. They come and go. — Some, like the hula hoop, have a kind of staying power, a certain quirkiness or kitsch that makes us love ‘em even more as time goes on. Others definitely have their moment in the sun and then vanish, exiled to the cultural dustbin where so many pet rocks and beanie babies currently reside.
In need of a fad refresher? Come take a scroll down memory lane.
HOLLY HELL! flashback! i wanted one of these so bad when i was little. i am pretty sure i had one.
How can you not love Zooey Deschanel? — NYMag described Deschanel as “The Pinup of Williamsburg.” It couldn’t be any more accurate…
The big blue eyes, that peachy complexion, her quirky style, those darling bangs — all those things, combined with her great sense of comedic timing and even a sweet singing voice, make up the total “adorkable” package that is Zooey Deschanel. She’s now on TV every week in the Fox comedy, New Girl, which in its very impressive first week nabbed higher ratings than the season premiere of Glee. Here, check out why fans just can’t get enough of her.
Pictured: In 2009, Deschanel tied the knot with an indie-rock hero — Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard. Here they are at the premiere of Winnie the Pooh.
How can you not love Bed Gibbard from Death Cab for Cutie?!
Genuinely heartbreaking — In Rockford, Iowa, on Aug. 19, a Labrador retriever named Hawkeye lays near a casket holding his owner, Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson, who was one of dozens killed when insurgents shot down a helicopter on Aug. 6 in Afghanistan.
see related — Afghanistan: Treating the Wounded
Watch the video right after my parents left me for my freshmen year of college. I don’t cry often but this through me other the edge and i balled. i have two labs of my own. i cried when i said goodbye to them when i left for college.
This Day in History: On Aug 18, 1920 the 19th amendment was ratified allowing women the right to vote.
Pictured Above: The British feminist, seen here in 1905, co-founded the Women’s Social and Political Union, the U.K.’s leading suffragette organization, in 1903.
Girl power y’all — Civil Rights: Beyond Black & White
Power to the women today on the anniversary of the 19th amendment — PHOTOS: World War II: Women in the Fight
Pictured Above: An ATS Servicewoman at a British Anti-Aircraft Facility — The women who volunteer for the U.K.’s Auxiliary Territorial Services (ATS) are not allowed to fight in World War II, but they do nearly every other job, like this woman at an anti-aircraft emplacement in Britain.