|White people:||Remember 911
|White people:||Remember the Holocaust
|White people:||Remember The Alamo
|White people:||Remember the American Revolution
|White people:||Remember Pearl Harbor
|White people:||Slavery? Come on are you still stuck on that? It's time to move on that was yearsssssss ago no one cares anymore
Ok, everyone. I found out today that my lovely Bulldog, Betty Buttons, needs soft palate surgery.
She’s been having troubles for about a year now, and they’ve been getting worse. After many visits to the vet, lots of different medications, etc… I went to a new vet today that is more experienced with English Bulldogs. We thought it was allergy related all this time. Now I know why she’s been having so many problems with her breathing! The surgery is approx. $900, so all of the profits made from sales between now and next month will be going to fund her surgery.
I mega appreciate your support. <3
All of these fabrics are available in my shop and I can make you a custom size skirt (you can even choose the length!) that looks like this:
All skirts have an elastic waist and are very comfortable!
There are many awesome and unique fabrics available, but I usually only have enough of each fabric to make one skirt!
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Coming soon: More jewelry!
Still saving up. She’s doing better, but we just finished her round of antibiotics and since Spring is coming, her allergies are going to get worse, hence more breathing issues. :(
Today marks the anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, which authorized the “indefinite detention” of nearly 150,000 people on American soil.
The order authorized the Secretary of War and the U.S. Army to create military zones “from which any or all persons may be excluded.” The order left who might be excluded to the military’s discretion. When President Franklin D. Roosevelt inked his name to EO9066 on Feb. 19, 1942, it opened the door for the roundup of some 120,000 Japanese-Americans and Japanese citizens living along the west coast of the U.S. and their imprisonment in concentration camps. In addition, between 1,200 and 1,800 people of Japanese descent watched the war from behind barbed wire fences in Hawaii. Of those interned, 62 percent were U.S. citizens. The U.S. government also caged around 11,000 Americans of German ancestry and some 3,000 Italian-Americans.
"Nobody wants to be dancing to political songs. Every bit of music out there thats making it into the mainstream is really about nothing. I wanted to see if I could write songs about something important and make it sound like nothing. And it kind of worked"
How To Read A 223-Page Novel In Just 77 Minutes
Spritz is a company that makes a speed-reading technology which allows you to get through a mass of text, reading every word, in a fraction of the time it would take if you were turning the pages of a book or swiping through a Kindle.
The basis of Spritz concept is that much of the time spend reading is “wasted” on moving your eyes from side to side, from one word to the next. By flashing the words quickly, one after the other, all in the same place, eye movement is reduced almost to zero. All that’s left is the time you take to process the word before the next one appears.
The company is selling licenses for other companies who might want to use the technology in operating systems, applications, wearables, and websites. Obviously, the tiny screen of a smart watch instantly springs to mind.
But the real revelation of Spritz is in trying it yourself.
i know i just reblogged this, but everyone needs to look at their FAQ. like, right now
I wonder how fast I read (I know it’s really fast) and if this could potentially cut down on the hours (and hours) of reading I do for school.
My concerns after reading the FAQ:
1. how easy it is to stop and find your place
2. how difficult it might be reading a text that has a lot of unfamiliar words
(Source: noarmycanstopanidea.com, via stalkedbygrandma)