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sebsational:

How I almost signed over my entire life to Applebee’s for a gift card of an indeterminate amount.

Also their last tweet. Who do they think I am? I went to COLLEGE.

This is NUTS. 

What kind of scam is Applebee’s running, y’all?! There’s something rotten in the usually otherwise delicious Brew Pub Pretzels & Beer Cheese Dip.

What I’ve been up to today.

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peterfeld:

#WorldWithGaza via @jilliancyork

peterfeld:

#WorldWithGaza via @jilliancyork

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madeleinepascal:

joaquin phoenix has a forehead, and his forehead is actually a wonderful actor and this is just a wonderful video, start to finish. 

happy thursday.

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standwithpalestine:

#GazaUnderAttack

standwithpalestine:

#GazaUnderAttack

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"Net neutrality got them where they are…there’s a danger that they, having climbed the ladder, might pull it up after them."

Timothy Wu, Columbia University law professor and creator of the term “net neutrality,” referring to Google.

Why’s Google aligning itself with hated ISPs? It plans on being one of them | PandoDaily

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Is this news? Don’t you remember that Google was pro-Net Neutrality until they needed to start selling phones? Remember it was then that they helped draft legislation ( ! ) with Verizon and after that point there was no Net Neutrality for “wireless devices”? Google hasn’t been pro-Net Neutrality for years.
The minute Google had to sell phones, “Do no evil” became “Whatever it takes to sell”.

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transitmaps:

Submission - Historical Map, Boston Elevated Railway System (c. 1928-1938?)
Submitted by emotingviamemes, who says:
This is an old Boston Elevated Railway Company map from a user guide I purchased at the wonderful Ward Maps store in Cambridge, MA. It’s a lovely relic of its time! The rest of the guide gives transit directions to landmarks and points of interest. I’m not exactly sure why the modern day Blue and Red Lines are the same color on here, unless some color had faded with age.
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Transit Maps says:
Yep, it’s a beauty alright!
I’ve given up trying to comprehensively date Boston maps (one of my readers always comes up with more accurate dating than me!), so I’m just putting it in the rough range of 1928 to 1938, mainly based on the existence of the Atlantic Avenue Elevated line.
Regarding the route colours as shown, I’d just say that it was done in an effort to minimise the number of colours used in the print job. The “yellow” and “red” lines on this map run concurrently with each other between Haymarket and North Station and thus need some visual differentiation to make them easy to follow, while the two “blue” routes only cross other routes and don’t interact with each other, so they can safely use the same colour. Assignation of route colours back in those early days of transit map design was quite random: even early pre-Beck London Underground maps could never really decide which line got which colour. And remember that Boston’s modern route colours were only defined in the late 1960s when the famous “spider map” was introduced.

transitmaps:

Submission - Historical Map, Boston Elevated Railway System (c. 1928-1938?)

Submitted by emotingviamemes, who says:

This is an old Boston Elevated Railway Company map from a user guide I purchased at the wonderful Ward Maps store in Cambridge, MA. It’s a lovely relic of its time! The rest of the guide gives transit directions to landmarks and points of interest. I’m not exactly sure why the modern day Blue and Red Lines are the same color on here, unless some color had faded with age.

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Transit Maps says:

Yep, it’s a beauty alright!

I’ve given up trying to comprehensively date Boston maps (one of my readers always comes up with more accurate dating than me!), so I’m just putting it in the rough range of 1928 to 1938, mainly based on the existence of the Atlantic Avenue Elevated line.

Regarding the route colours as shown, I’d just say that it was done in an effort to minimise the number of colours used in the print job. The “yellow” and “red” lines on this map run concurrently with each other between Haymarket and North Station and thus need some visual differentiation to make them easy to follow, while the two “blue” routes only cross other routes and don’t interact with each other, so they can safely use the same colour. Assignation of route colours back in those early days of transit map design was quite random: even early pre-Beck London Underground maps could never really decide which line got which colour. And remember that Boston’s modern route colours were only defined in the late 1960s when the famous “spider map” was introduced.

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it8bit:

King Hippo (Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!) 3-D Chalk Art

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kenyatta:

 @desusnice: Saucony trying to start the revolution 
h/t xuhulk
but also Saucony’s response:
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willzone:

what the hell is happening here??

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