Never the end, only the beginning

englishsnow:

by Anthony Samaniego

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npr:

A new study finds that individuals who are least sensitive to bitter compounds consume significantly more vegetables compared with those who are most sensitive.
"What we think [is that] if somebody finds some vegetables too bitter, they sort of generalize to all green vegetables," said researcher Valerie Duffy of the University of Connecticut.
From Kale To Pale Ale, A Love of Bitter May Be In Your Genes
Photo: Claire Eggers for NPR

squilliamofficial:

canadianvogue:

FKA Twigs by Ellen Von Unwerth for The Wild magazine

if-n-oof I thought this was Remy Fox

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nprmusic:

There’s a because-we-can quality to the band’s overstuffed, 82-minute second album, as Foxygen delights in letting its loosest threads unravel.
Stream …And Star Power from NPR Music’s First Listen. 
99elephants:

Thom Yorke,
Bang issue #4, July 2003
Anonymous asked:

what are your plans for the future?

missellacronin:

Coffee.


danielodowd:

Elena Rosu
Mm
shaninrealism:

End Police Brutality
Photo: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/jannah-isms
huffingtonpost:

Stephen Hawking Says ‘There Is No God,’ Confirms He’s An Atheist
Stephen Hawking says he’s an atheist, arguing that science offers a “more convincing explanation” for the origins of the universe and that the miracles of religion “aren’t compatible” with scientific fact.
Read more about Hawking’s thoughts on religion go here. 

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