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On September 10th, just a few days before the FCC’s net neutrality comment deadline, internet users and tech companies will unite for the “Internet Slowdown” to show the world what’s at stake if we lose net neutrality, the “First Amendment of the Internet.”

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September 10th is the day we take our fight for net neutrality to the next level.

In this post are a bunch of resources for companies, organizations, people, and cats to use to promote the #InternetSlowdown. If you’ve told us you’re joining the slowdown, great! Now tell the world…

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All from Ingrid’s Notes on Wordpress, direct link here.

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friendly reminder to not be rude to picky eaters or make fun of them because some picky eaters are very insecure about being picky eaters and do not actually like being picky eaters!! and chances are theyre picky eaters for a reason!! which is important to them!! so please do not call them out or be rude about it!!

Who the heck cares

people with eating disorders and allergies and health problems and anxiety care

All of the above.

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Sign language is a human right, it is not just an option.
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g0ggles:

I think this is the most concise summary of privilege I’ve seen yet

g0ggles:

I think this is the most concise summary of privilege I’ve seen yet

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jtotheizzoe:

Hey New Yorkers… Manhattanhenge happens today (and Friday!)
Twice a year, the Manhattan street grid aligns perfectly with the setting sun, the glowing orb illuminating the east-west streets in golden splendor. Thursday, May 29 and Friday, May 30 mark the alignment for 2014. If the weather stays clear, you’ll be in for a sunset treat.
From winter to summer, the point where the sun meets the horizon creeps southward, day by day, until the summer solstice, when it reverses its journey (the second Manhattanhenge of 2014 will happen July 11/12). Because the Manhattan street grid is oriented slightly northwest-southeast, the illuminating alignment doesn’t happen on the equinoxes, when the sun sets closest to due west in the sky.
The AMNH has some suggested viewing locations on their site, but any street with a clear view of New Jersey should do the trick. Tag your photos with #manhattanhenge so we can all feel vicarious awe!
(top image by Hhawk, via Wikimedia)

jtotheizzoe:

Hey New Yorkers… Manhattanhenge happens today (and Friday!)

Twice a year, the Manhattan street grid aligns perfectly with the setting sun, the glowing orb illuminating the east-west streets in golden splendor. Thursday, May 29 and Friday, May 30 mark the alignment for 2014. If the weather stays clear, you’ll be in for a sunset treat.

From winter to summer, the point where the sun meets the horizon creeps southward, day by day, until the summer solstice, when it reverses its journey (the second Manhattanhenge of 2014 will happen July 11/12). Because the Manhattan street grid is oriented slightly northwest-southeast, the illuminating alignment doesn’t happen on the equinoxes, when the sun sets closest to due west in the sky.

The AMNH has some suggested viewing locations on their site, but any street with a clear view of New Jersey should do the trick. Tag your photos with #manhattanhenge so we can all feel vicarious awe!

(top image by Hhawk, via Wikimedia)

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deanwinchesterprays:

I DO NOT KNOW WHO MADE THIS. BUT WHOEVER DID -
YOU DESERVE ALL THE AWARDS.

deanwinchesterprays:

I DO NOT KNOW WHO MADE THIS. BUT WHOEVER DID -

YOU DESERVE ALL THE AWARDS.

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