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newyorker:

Without the historian Sue Eakin, who died in 2009, nobody would be talking about Solomon Northup or the other once-forgotten souls portrayed in “Twelve Years a Slave.” Michael Schulman on the woman who spent her career rescuing Northup’s memoir from obscurity: http://nyr.kr/1gZc9Mb

newyorker:

Without the historian Sue Eakin, who died in 2009, nobody would be talking about Solomon Northup or the other once-forgotten souls portrayed in “Twelve Years a Slave.” Michael Schulman on the woman who spent her career rescuing Northup’s memoir from obscurity: http://nyr.kr/1gZc9Mb

(Source: newyorker.com)

“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”

—   Marilyn Monroe (via glamour)

2 cows http://letvent.com/2014/02/23/2-cows/

hILARIOUS! have fun..

Having the place to myself

whatshouldwecallme:

Expectation:

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niv:

lol, i bet tebow didn’t think about this…

niv:

lol, i bet tebow didn’t think about this…

Gapminder World also reveal the surprising relationship between child mortality and population growth

Hans recently stopped by The Gates Notes, and in this video he uses interactive graphics to discuss some very good news: Child mortality is rapidly declining in Tanzania, thanks in part to aid programs that have improved public health and provided access to family planning. Hans and Gapminder World also reveal the surprising relationship between child mortality and population growth – that as fewer children die, families actually get smaller.Tanzania

Sierra Leone Picture – Soccer Photo - National Geographic Photo of the Day

awesome!