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  2. Reaching My Autistic Son Through Disney →

    the-feature:

    Owen barely communicated with my wife and me. But he opened up to the parrot from “Aladdin.”

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  4. phototoartguy:

    German zoo shows off its baby koala!

    A yet-to-be-named koala joey was introduced at the zoo in Duisburg, Germany today during its official weigh-in.

    Ina Fassbender/Reuters

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  7. cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

    Last Meals of Innocent Men

    Campaign for Amnesty International, displaying the final meal requests of prisoners executed on Death Row, who were later found innocent.

    Photographed by James Reynolds

  8. thatmogarguy:

    Chris Traeger arrives at an important part in the development of a male feminist

  9. Drunk Washington State Fan Eating Popcorn (Video) →

    So funny

  10. sofapizza:

    pleatedjeans:

    Scarlett Johansson Falls Down, Internet Takes Over

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  13. thebagdossier:

#whatiamcarrying For the past few weeks, this Marmot Urban Hauler has been my go to bag that I just grab on short ‘lil trips.. Love the backpack/tote design that is so simple and functional..


I love this bag too!!!

    thebagdossier:

    #whatiamcarrying For the past few weeks, this Marmot Urban Hauler has been my go to bag that I just grab on short ‘lil trips.. Love the backpack/tote design that is so simple and functional..

    I love this bag too!!!

  14. In Britain, students don’t begin paying off their loans until they find stable employment, and the cost is in proportion to their earnings. Australia similarly ties the cost of paying off the loan to the income of the graduate. In Denmark, education is considered a right by the people and an investment by the government, and is therefore free. Some students are even offered a stipend by the government to defray costs. Norway has a similar system of higher education, and in Sweden, students pay only a small fee. In America? The university is considered a commodity, one that can easily be purchased by the wealthy, but not the poor. These approaches represent a fundamentally different cultural attitude: elsewhere, education is a public good, an investment or a right; in the U.S., it’s a privilege reserved for wealthy elites …

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    More:Does America hate millennials? - Sean McElwee | Salon

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