7 May 13
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untitled75570:

Calif
Ornian

7 May 13
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faboomama:

ArtWalk at the Brewery introduced us to STEAM Carnival’s very interactive games. They had games we’re all used to playing like skeeball, Asteroids and Bricks, but gave it a more physical tuneup. My kids and husband had a fun time playing Bricks on this wall. I actually had to yell at them to get moving so we could leave. 

7 May 13
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niceworkbonedaddy:
the-i-in-hiatus:
placeboprincess:
tastes like
free healthcare

tastes like
FREEDOM 


tastes like moose


tastes like
leprechauns


Taste’s like you

only sweeter
IM SCREAMING HELP
why am i thinking that it’s so american to be the first ones to upstage. l.m.a.o

niceworkbonedaddy:

the-i-in-hiatus:

placeboprincess:

tastes like

free healthcareimage

image

tastes like

FREEDOM 

image

image

tastes like moose

image

image

tastes like

leprechauns

image

image

Taste’s like you

image

only sweeter

IM SCREAMING HELP

why am i thinking that it’s so american to be the first ones to upstage. l.m.a.o

(Source: love-myfood, via daebak-tokki)

26 Jul 12
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kateoplis:

America has refused the Olympic tradition of dipping its flag to the host country since…. 1908.

Most Olympic teams briefly lower their colors as a sign of respect when they march past the box where the host nation’s leaders are seated. The U.S. does not.
When the Americans pick a flag bearer for the 2012 London Olympics this week, he or she almost certainly will be advised to uphold a tradition that dates back more than a century.
According to popular legend, shotputter Ralph Rose set the tone at the 1908 Summer Games — also held in London — when he supposedly proclaimed: “This flag dips for no earthly king.”
[Photo: Mark Grimmette leads the U.S. team into BC Place for the opening ceremony of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Robert Gauthier/LAT]

Read on.

kateoplis:

America has refused the Olympic tradition of dipping its flag to the host country since…. 1908.

Most Olympic teams briefly lower their colors as a sign of respect when they march past the box where the host nation’s leaders are seated. The U.S. does not.

When the Americans pick a flag bearer for the 2012 London Olympics this week, he or she almost certainly will be advised to uphold a tradition that dates back more than a century.

According to popular legend, shotputter Ralph Rose set the tone at the 1908 Summer Games — also held in London — when he supposedly proclaimed: “This flag dips for no earthly king.”

[Photo: Mark Grimmette leads the U.S. team into BC Place for the opening ceremony of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Robert Gauthier/LAT]

Read on.

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#wow. #0.0
29 May 12
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heyfunniest:

This guy was told by his Homeowners Association that he couldn’t fly the American flag in his front yard.

heyfunniest:

This guy was told by his Homeowners Association that he couldn’t fly the American flag in his front yard.

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22 May 12
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atheistoverdose:

This is not a difficult concept. follow for the best atheist posts on tumblr
16 May 12
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daisyslight:

Best commencement speaker ever!!!

daisyslight:

Best commencement speaker ever!!!

9 May 12
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6 May 12
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isn’t it pretty?
we’ll see each other again soon!

isn’t it pretty?

we’ll see each other again soon!

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30 Apr 12
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hitrecordjoe:

New sculpture in Union Square. I <3 NY. #Elephants

hitrecordjoe:

New sculpture in Union Square. I <3 NY. #Elephants

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