The Internet Has Gone Corgi Crazy

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theblogforadog:

so here’s some weird Corgi mixes

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Corgi/Chihuahua

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Corgi/Chow

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Corgi/Dachshund

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Corgi/Dalmatian

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Corgi/English Bulldog 

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Corgi/German Shepherd

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Corgi/Golden Retriever 

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Corgi/Husky

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Corgi/Jack Russell 

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Corgi/Papillon 

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Corgi/Toy Poodle

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Corgi/Sheltie

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Corgi/Shiba Inu

INSTANT CUTENESS, JUST ADD CORGI

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micdotcom:

The crisis in Gaza is so serious, it can be seen from space

International Space Station astronaut Alexander Gerst has posted his “saddest photo yet.” From all the way up in the thermosphere, ISS personnel orbiting 200 miles over the Middle East can see bombs and missiles exploding in Gaza and Israel as the two sides go to war.

Detailed explanation of the photo | Follow micdotcom 

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Peace rally today in downtown Wilmington, Delaware! I got to talk to these wonderful people, and I marched with them for a few blocks.

Peace CAN happen. Humanity needs to set aside their beliefs about religion for a fucking minute and start believing in their fellow human beings.

thejourneyofkarbala:

aliofbabylon:

Is there such a thing as humanity? Or is it more like: “My group is suffering now so I’ll finally speak up..about them and only them.”

This needs more notes

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roman-numerals:

professor-van-helsing:

digg:

This pizza place has a very good idea

yes yes yes

The owner, a 28-year Army vet, will even help students with their assignments “to the extent that I can.”
NO, NO, I’M NOT CRYING.

roman-numerals:

professor-van-helsing:

digg:

This pizza place has a very good idea

yes yes yes

The owner, a 28-year Army vet, will even help students with their assignments “to the extent that I can.”

NO, NO, I’M NOT CRYING.

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genevaisspicy:

lolpictoday:

more at LOL Pics Today

The way he throws up his hands in pure exhaustion.

genevaisspicy:

lolpictoday:

more at LOL Pics Today

The way he throws up his hands in pure exhaustion.

Independence Day…

We are a nation born of dissenters. We started as colonies in search of a new life in a strange land, and we quickly realized when we were being taken advantage of.

We are steeped in Revolutionist living. We see something isn’t right, and we make our voices heard. We even have a provision in our Constitution for it that says we can do that without harassment or punishment from our government.

We believe in equality. Well, many of us do, anyway. And we still have a long way to go on that issue - countless segments of our population are still marginalized due to their age, sex, color, creed, faith, race, sexual orientation, and on and on - but we’re making progress because that Revolutionist fire still burns in our minds.

And when I’m talking about Revolution, I’m not talking about anger. Plenty of people in this country are angry but are content to sit back on their heels and wallow in their anger. Some even make a living from it; turn on any “news” channel to see this in action. (Or, “inaction.”). Folks sure do have a lot to say, and they do it with very convincing vitriol.

Anger is only a small fraction of what it means to be a Revolutionist. Anger is the catalyst - the friction between the flint that makes the spark. However, the spark has to land somewhere where it can be productive, where real, tangible action can take place and where change can happen, to burn down the old so that new can grow in its place.

The Revolutionists who started this country were not content to just be angry. They took action. Learned, wise people took up the yoke, put their knowledge to use, and started a government, and many men had to pick up a weapon and fight the battle on the ground. Everyone worked towards change the best and most productive way they knew how. The spark of their anger landed on the tinder of their abilities and resources… and THAT is what Revolution is.

So, my American brothers and sisters, where will YOUR spark land? What is YOUR Independence Day? Fireworks are fun and picnics are great and seeing loved ones this holiday is always nice… but while all this is happening, I will also be getting in touch with my inner Revolutionist. There’s much more work to be done.

giantgagofficial:

Funny pictures of the day (64 pics) I Lost The Ball But It’s Cool.

giantgagofficial:

Funny pictures of the day (64 pics)
I Lost The Ball But It’s Cool.

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orphanspace:

archiemcphee:

There’s no question that a stack of fresh pancakes is awesome, but what about one giant fluffy pancake? Today we learned mixing a batch of pancake batter in the bowl of a rice cooker and then cooking it, just like you would when making a batch of rice, creates one great big floofy pancake that instantly reminds us of Totoro’s belly.

What’s more, just like regular pancakes, you can add all sorts of things to the batter, such as cocoa powder or pieces of fruit and chocolate, to further enhance your adorably plump tototorcake.

Head over to RocketNews24 for complete instructions as well as some helpful tips and suggestions.

GAME CHANGER

TIME TO GET A RICE COOKER

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It took Adolf Hitler and his Nazi cohorts 12 years to round up and murder 6 million Jews, but their Teutonic cousins, the British, managed to kill almost 4 million Indians in just over a year, with Prime Minister Winston Churchill cheering from the sidelines. Australian biochemist Dr Gideon Polya has called the Bengal Famine a “manmade holocaust” because Churchill’s policies were directly responsible for the disaster. Bengal had a bountiful harvest in 1942, but the British started diverting vast quantities of food grain from India to Britain, contributing to a massive food shortage in the areas comprising present-day West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar and Bangladesh. Author Madhusree Mukerjee tracked down some of the survivors and paints a chilling picture of the effects of hunger and deprivation. In Churchill’s Secret War, she writes: “Parents dumped their starving children into rivers and wells. Many took their lives by throwing themselves in front of trains. Starving people begged for the starchy water in which rice had been boiled. Children ate leaves and vines, yam stems and grass. People were too weak even to cremate their loved ones.”

Remembering India’s Forgotten Holocaust. 

Sarah Waheed notes: “One of the students in my modern South Asia history class a few years ago, was extremely upset that the book we were reading referred to the Bengal famine as a holocaust, calling the author ‘biased’. When I asked him to clarify and elaborate upon what he meant by ‘biased’, he exclaimed, inflamed, “There was only one holocaust!” The rest of the students were, however, more open to the idea of the 20th century being a century of multiple holocausts. The terms ‘holocaust’ and ‘genocide’, however, continue to elicit trauma envy.”

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pro-choice-or-no-voice:

To start off Birth Control Appreciation Day, I decided to make an informative masterpost on contraceptives! I hope this helps anyone who may want more information on their birth control or someone trying to decide what kind of birth control is best for themselves! Happy (birth control) hunting! - Paige
DIFFERENT TYPES OF BIRTH CONTROL:
Birth Control Pills - [x] [x]
Mini Pill (Progesterone-only Pill) -  [x]
The Patch (Ortho Evra) - [x] [x]
The Shot (Depo-Provera) - [x] [x]
Birth Control Sponge - [x] [x]
Vaginal Ring (Nuva Ring) - [x] [x]
Spermicide - [x] [x]
Implant (Implanon and Nexplanon) - [x] [x]
IUDs (Mirena, Skyla, and ParaGard) - [x] [x]
Condoms (Male and Female) - [x]
Withdrawal (Pullout Method) - [x] [x]
Diaphragm - [x] [x]
Breastfeeding - [x]
Cervical Cap - [x] [x]
Sterilization (Male and Female) - [x]
Abstinence - [x] [x]
Fertility Awareness-Based Methods (FAMs) - [x] [x]
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL:
Do certain medications make my birth control less effective?
Can I delay or eliminate my period with my birth control?
Will my pregnancy tests come out with an accurate result while I’m on birth control?
Can I use several birth control pills at once in replace of an emergency contraceptive?
Does birth control cause weight gain?
What should I do if I miss a pill?
What should I do if the condom breaks or slips off inside of me?
If I’m on the ring or the patch and I forget to replace it on the right day, do I need to use backup?
I’ve heard that the birth control ring can pop out. What should I do if this happens?
Can birth control increase my risk of getting cancer?
Can you change your mind after having a tubal ligation or vasectomy?
Is it normal to spot or bleed in between periods while on birth control?
Does certain hormonal birth controls affect my blood pressure?
Can being overweight affect my birth control’s effectiveness?
Can certain birth controls lower my libido?
EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTIVES:
Types of EC: Plan B / Ella / ParaGard IUD - [x] [x]
What are emergency contraceptives?
How do they work?
How well does it work?
What are the side effects?
When should I take an emergency contraceptive?
Are emergency contraceptives less effective the heavier you are?
If I am under the age of 18 in the US, can I buy emergency contraceptives without my parent’s knowledge or consent?
If I take an emergency contraceptive today, am I covered if I have unprotected sex tomorrow?
Will taking emergency contraceptives too many times affect my fertility?
To find more questions and answers about emergency contraceptives, you can go here.
Información anticonceptivos de emergencia es disponible en Español, aquí.
OPTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH ALLERGIES AND/OR CERTAIN PREFERENCES:
Condoms for people with latex allergies.
Condoms for vegans. [x] [x] [x]
Other vegan contraceptive options.
Different types of birth control without estrogen.
Contraceptives without any hormones.
Birth control methods that are useful to people with religious concerns. [x] [x]
OTHER BENEFITS OF TAKING BIRTH CONTROL:
Taking oral contraceptives can help lower the risk of endometrial and ovarian cancer.
Using birth control helps treat acne.
Birth control can help treat the pain caused by Endomitriosis.
Contraceptives offer relief to people with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).
Anemia can be avoided/treated by using birth control.
Irregular periods can become more regulated by using birth control.
The pill can lead to fewer ectopic pregnancies.
MYTHS ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL (All the myths below are dispelled through the links given):
Emergency contraceptives and birth control pills cause abortions.
Free contraceptives and/or condoms makes people participate in risky sexual behavior.
The pill makes you gain a lot of weight.
Douching after sex prevents pregnancy.
You have to start your birth control on a Sunday.
Taking the pill for a long time can make you infertile.
Hormonal contraceptives protect you from contracting STIs.
You don’t need to be on birth control while breastfeeding.
I won’t get pregnant my first time having sex.
The Pill is effective immediately after you take it.
I won’t get pregnant if I shower or pee after sex.
My body needs a rest from birth control at least once a year.
Emergency contraceptives are affected by alcohol.

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

To start off Birth Control Appreciation Day, I decided to make an informative masterpost on contraceptives! I hope this helps anyone who may want more information on their birth control or someone trying to decide what kind of birth control is best for themselves! Happy (birth control) hunting! - Paige

DIFFERENT TYPES OF BIRTH CONTROL:
  • Birth Control Pills - [x] [x]
  • Mini Pill (Progesterone-only Pill) -  [x]
  • The Patch (Ortho Evra) - [x] [x]
  • The Shot (Depo-Provera) - [x] [x]
  • Birth Control Sponge - [x] [x]
  • Vaginal Ring (Nuva Ring) - [x] [x]
  • Spermicide - [x] [x]
  • Implant (Implanon and Nexplanon) - [x] [x]
  • IUDs (Mirena, Skyla, and ParaGard) - [x] [x]
  • Condoms (Male and Female) - [x]
  • Withdrawal (Pullout Method) - [x] [x]
  • Diaphragm - [x] [x]
  • Breastfeeding - [x]
  • Cervical Cap - [x] [x]
  • Sterilization (Male and Female) - [x]
  • Abstinence - [x] [x]
  • Fertility Awareness-Based Methods (FAMs) - [x] [x]
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL:
EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTIVES:
OPTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH ALLERGIES AND/OR CERTAIN 
PREFERENCES
:
OTHER BENEFITS OF TAKING BIRTH CONTROL:
MYTHS ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL (All the myths below are dispelled 
through the links given):

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dbvictoria:

Shakespearean insults, with cats.

7 more here.

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msnbc:

“When you watch us on TV getting all caught up in the news of the day, which often means the bad news of the day, it’s worth trying to remember that an awful lot went right in this country today. Yes, we have a dysfunctional Congress, but not far down the street from them, we have people working in hospitals doing remarkable things to save lives every day. 
When’s the last time you saved a life? I’ve never done that either.
If you saved a life - a baby, a mother, a grandfather - don’t you think you would feel that was more newsworthy than what some angry ineffectual politician said in Washington today?
I’m not sure there’s anything we in the news business can do about that, but you can. You can listen to what we think the news of the day is. But, never lose sight of the fact that more good things happened in America and the world today than we can possibly report to you, or that we know how to report to you. Don’t ever lose that perspective.”
—Lawrence O’Donnell, in his emotional return to MSNBC last night after two months recovering from a car crash.  
Watch his full heartwarming monologue: http://on.msnbc.com/1wpXF0p

msnbc:

“When you watch us on TV getting all caught up in the news of the day, which often means the bad news of the day, it’s worth trying to remember that an awful lot went right in this country today. Yes, we have a dysfunctional Congress, but not far down the street from them, we have people working in hospitals doing remarkable things to save lives every day

When’s the last time you saved a life? I’ve never done that either.

If you saved a life - a baby, a mother, a grandfather - don’t you think you would feel that was more newsworthy than what some angry ineffectual politician said in Washington today?

I’m not sure there’s anything we in the news business can do about that, but you can. You can listen to what we think the news of the day is. But, never lose sight of the fact that more good things happened in America and the world today than we can possibly report to you, or that we know how to report to you. Don’t ever lose that perspective.

—Lawrence O’Donnell, in his emotional return to MSNBC last night after two months recovering from a car crash.  

Watch his full heartwarming monologue: http://on.msnbc.com/1wpXF0p

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