…1984, by Malcolm Loo….
not-a-hipster-sir asked: Every Friday in my economics class the black kids and I do the black power symbol to the pledge of allegiance. It's not for humor it's just for respect for this month. Our white teacher yelled at us today for being "disrespectful" and this guy among us who is normally a jokester said "just like how our people were disrespected for years past and still in the present?" Our teacher shut up so fast and I've never been so proud.
What those ridiculous “walk with lions” animal parks in South Africa look like, everyone. :/ This is disgusting and I wouldn’t be surprised if that cat turned around shortly after this photo was taken to give him the what for.
This looks like a Darwin Award waiting to happen. Look at those claws, you can see them from here.
REALLLLY hope this guy gets what’s coming to him.
Sea peach fluorescence
Sea peaches (Halocynthia aurantium) are of the order Stolidobranchia, making them a sub-classification of Tunicates. Sea peaches are commonly found in the northern Pacific ocean, ranging from the Arctic Sea south to Puget Sound, and most common in the Bering Sea at a depth of 40 to 100 metres. The sea peach is typically barrel shaped, growing to a height of 18 centimeters, and its body is attached directly to the substrate. It is usually red or orange with a smooth or wrinkled tunic. There are two siphons at the top. The sea peach is preyed upon by crabs and sea stars.
Image Credit: Alexander Semenov
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